The GRWC is an intensive 2-week summer research workshop for experienced graduate students and postdocs from all areas of combinatorics and related fields. The primary goals of the workshop are to do research in teams on important problems and to help students and postdocs build a durable research network of peers from across the community that will support their research activity and productivity into their careers. Each summer, GRWC participants, including faculty from the organizing universities, work collaboratively on open problems that are proposed and presented by student participants. Thus far, research groups from the 2014 and 2015 workshops have completed 10 papers , with a number more in progress. Examples of problems presented at the 2014 GRWC can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/rmgpgrwc/problem-gardens.
This summer, the 3rd GRWC will be held from July 17 - 29 at the University of Wyoming, in Laramie. More information about the workshop, including application instructions, can be found on the GRWC website (https://sites.google.com/site/rmgpgrwc). The organizers anticipate funding for travel and local expenses for up to 20 participants from U.S. institutions outside of the organizing schools and for 2-4 international participants.
The deadline for full consideration is Friday, March 18th.