Welcome back, old friends and new, to RIT for the Sixteenth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications.
Our conference is for people from all branches of Mathematics and its application areas with interests in the properties and applications of Fibonacci and other special number sequences.
As we had in Rochester in 1998, we expect a wonderful week of Fibonacci Mathematics, filled with new ideas, along with our traditional comradery.
Our keynote speaker will be Jeffrey Lagarias, of the University of Michigan. He received his SB, SM, and PhD degrees at MIT, with PhD thesis "The 4-part of the class group of a quadratic field" under the direction of Harold Stark. He has a wide variety of mathematical research interests, including Fibonacci factors and the notorious 3x+1 problem.
Please email abstracts for your talks to firstname.lastname@example.org as attached text or LaTeX files (.txt or .tex). Include your name, the title, and up to 500 words of text. We will submit the complete papers later for a full refereeing process for the conference Proceedings. Those papers should follow the style established for the Fibonacci Quarterly.
Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons and Frank and Marjorie Johnson