## Miguel A. Mosteiro |
Department of Computer Science Kean University 1000 Morris Ave. Union, NJ 07083, USA Office: Willis Hall, Room W406F Campus Map Directions KU video tour |

This year, I serve in the Program Committee of IEEE ICDCS 2016, IEEE ISPA 2016, and Algosensors 2016.

My Erdős number is 2.

Theory of Computing

Electronic Journal of Combinatorics

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

Free-access repositories:

arXiv

Bibliographies:

CS bibliographies

CiteSeer

DBLP

Peer-reviewed conferences:

Wikipedia list of Computer Science conferences

Erik Demaine's list of events

Area seminars:

IAS seminars

Princeton Discrete Mathematics Seminar

NYU/Courant Theory Seminar

DIMACS workshops

Rutgers Math calendar

Other:

NIST Dict. of Algorithms and Data Structures

DMANET

NP optimization problems

P versus NP

Open problem garden

Vašek Chvátal's links

TeX

PlanetMath

MathWorld

Audibilization of sorting algorithms

Marcus Du Satoy documentary The Secret Rules of Modern Living Algorithms

Mathematics Genealogy Project: upwards my tree: Martín Farach-Colton (1991), Amihood Amir (1983), Dov Gabbay (1969), [{Michael Rabin (1956), Alonzo Church (1927), Oswald Veblen (1903), E. H. Moore (1885), H. A. Newton (1850), Michel Chasles (1814), Simeon Poisson ()};{Azriel Levy (1958), Adolf Fraenkel (1915), Kurt Hensel (1884), Leopold Kronecker (1845), Gustav Dirichlet (1827), Jean Baptiste Fourier ()}], Joseph Lagrange (), Leonhard Euler (1726), Johann Bernoulli (1694), [{Jacob Bernoulli (1684), Gottfried Leibniz (1666), Erhard Weigel (1650), unknown};{Nikolaus Eglinger (1661), Emmanuel Stupanus (1613), Petrus Ryff (1584), Theodor Zwinger (1559), Petrus Ramus (1536), Johan Sturm (1527), Nicolas Clenard (1521), Jacques Masson (1502), Jan Standonck (1490), unknown}].

A story about Paul Erdős:

by Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post Writers Group

More about Erdős: The Man Who Loved Only Numbers .