The Lloyd Roeling UL Lafayette Mathematics Conference is held annually during the fall semester on the UL Lafayette campus. The conference is named in memory of Lloyd Roeling who was instrumental in establishing and nurturing this regional conference. The conference has been held annually, save two hurricane years, since 1970. The topic of the conference rotates among algebra, applied mathematics, statistics, and topology.
The topic for 2016 will be applied mathematics. The conference will be held Friday through Sunday, 11-13 November 2016.
Visit the 2016 Roeling Conference page for conference details.
Visit the Roeling Conference archive page to view schedules for the last few conferences.