The Eighteenth International Conference on
July 1 - July 7, 2018
Fibonacci Numbers and Their
Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Proceedings of this conference will be published as an open-access 5th issue
of the next available volume of the Fibonacci Quarterly. See the
2014 and the 2016
Proceedings which have been published in this form.
Call for papers
All participants are invited to submit a paper to the Proceedings of the
upcoming 18th conference. We welcome manuscripts that include new, unpublished
results (or new proofs of known theorems) and are at a level comparable with
that of the Fibonacci Quarterly.
All papers will undergo a rigorous peer review, comparable with that of
specialized journals in the field, such as the Fibonacci Quarterly.
How to submit a paper
Submissions in LaTeX are preferred, and a final submission, following
preliminary acceptance, must be in LaTeX using the Fibonacci
template file. All papers should contain a brief descriptive,
Illustrations should be submitted as separate EPS files.
Please send a pdf file (only) of your paper to: fibo18@[to be confirmed];
(Note: Valid address will be available in mid-February, 2018).
Deadlines are yet to be fixed.
The Paul Bruckman Prize
If the author or at least one of the co-authors of a paper is 40 years old
or younger at the time of submission, then the paper will be eligible for
the Paul Bruckman Prize; see this
announcment for further information.
If you would like your paper to be considered for the Paul Bruckman Prize,
please mention this in your cover letter.
The deadline for paper to be considered for this prize is
May 15, 2018.
(Note that this is different from the general submission dealine,)
The editors of these Proceedings are yet to be confirmed.