On Sunday I will be flying across the ocean to participate in the 2007 British Combinatorics Conference, at the University of Reading. If you peruse the book of abstracts, you will see that I will be delievering an edge-of-your-seat barn-burner of a talk entitled, “Decomposition Theorems for Cayley Graphs of the Modular Group Over a Finite Field.” Don’t you wish you were going? Though the barn will already have burnt down by the time he speaks, my friend and collaborator Dominic Lanphier will be discussing related work in a rhetorical tour-de-force entitled, “Isoperimetric Sets of Cayley Graphs.”
Sadly, this means it will be bloggus interruptus around here until my reutrn on July 15, and probably for a few days afterwards. Try to soldier on without me.