The Fibonacci Association
is a mathematical organization that specializes in the Fibonacci number
sequence and a wide variety of related subjects, generalizations, and applications, including recurrence relations, combinatorial identities, binomial coefficients, prime numbers, pseudoprimes, continued fractions, the golden ratio, linear algebra, geometry, real analysis, and complex analysis.<P>The organization was founded in 1963
by Verner E. Hoggatt Jr.
of San Jose State College (now San Jose State University) and Brother Alfred Brousseau
, F.S.C. of St. Mary's College (Moraga, California). Since the year of its founding, the Fibonacci Association has published an international mathematical journal
, The Fibonacci Quarterly
.<P>The Fibonacci Association also publishes Proceedings for its international conferences, held every two years since 1984. The 2008 conference, formally entitled the Thirteenth International Conference on Fibonacci Numbers and Their Applications, took place at the University of Patras (Greece), preceded by conferences at San Francisco State University (USA, 2006), Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany, 2004), Northern Arizona University (USA, 2002), and Institut Supérieur de Technologie (Luxemburg, 2000).<P>The 2010 Conference was held at the Instituto de Matemáticas de la UNAM, Morelia, Mexico, as announced at the Fibonacci Association website: . An announcement for the 2012 Conference is forthcoming.<P>Details... Read More