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The Eighteenth International Conference on
Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications

July 1 - July 7, 2018

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Conference Program

The exact program will not be known until a few weeks before the conference.
However, the following key dates and events are known:

Sunday, July 1: Arrival day. Welcome reception 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Monday, July 2: Talks morning and afternoon.

Tuesday, July 3: Talks morning and afternoon.

Wednesday, July 4: Morning: Lucas Lecture, followed by a few contributed talks.
Afternoon: Excursion, probably to Peggy's Cove and Lunenburg.

Thursday, July 5: Talks morning and afternoon.
Conference dinner in the evening. (Lobster dinner, with other food option available)

Friday, July 6: Talks end in the afternoon.
Problem Session, chaired by Clark Kimberling.

Saturday, July 7: Departure day. For those who wish to remain, a full-day excursion will be offered, possibly a hike at Cape Split. (Weather dependent).

All talks will take place in the "Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Building" (McCain Building for short), in the Scotiabank Auditorium off the main lobby. Please see the campus map. The conference venue, residences, and lunch places are all located on the "Studley Campus".

Some further notes:
- Coffee breaks will be in the lobby of the McCain Building.
- Lunch options are available on campus; more details in the final program.
- Sunday, July 1st, is "Canada Day"; there will be fireworks (locations TBA).
- Monday, July 2nd, is a national holiday, in lieu of Canada Day. Most offices will be closed, but the conference and food choices will not be affected.
- Further social activities will be scheduled later.
- The Department of Mathematics & Statistics (your proud host) is located in the near-by Chase Building.