The Student Symposium in Combinatorics is an online symposium organised by combinatorics research students for like-minded research students and others to participate. We invite students at all stages of their studies to attend this online symposium. This is a friendly environment for students to discuss problems and present their research to other students around the world. Students in any area of combinatorics, as well as anyone who uses combinatorics in their research, are invited and encouraged to attend and give a talk on their research.

This online symposium is for students by students and is part of a collection of student symposia supported by MATRIX and is sponsored by MATRIX, AMSI, AustMS & the School of Mathematics & Statistics, UNSW Sydney.

If you are not a combinatorics student, we invite you to attend our plenary talks and panel discussion sessions.

Special invited speakers - winners of the 2021 CMSA Anne Penfold Street Student Prize:

  • Jack Allsop (Monash University)
  • Aditya Ganguly (UNSW Sydney)

Panel Discussion 1: "Moving from Academia to Industry". Thursday 2nd June 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm AEST

Panel Discussion 2: "A Strange Love: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mathematics ”. Friday 3rd June 11:00 am - 12:00 pm AEST

More information can be found on the symposium webpage.

Registration: Registration for SSC is free and open now.

Register to attend plenary talks:

Register to attend panel discussions:

Contact: If you have any questions, please contact the organisers at


30 May - 3 Jun 2022



More info:

See the symposium webpage.