The idea is that people from the different departments and institutes in and around the JKU, and generally all who are interested in algebra, come together and give a brief overview of their current research – just so that people know what the others are doing.
All presentations will be informal talks, 10 minutes long, on blackboard (no projectors) and aiming at a general algebraic audience. If you plan to talk, please send a title to David Sevilla (firstname.lastname@example.org). There is no deadline! If the contents of your talk are based on someone else's, please indicate it so that we can schedule them accordingly. We expect to be able to accommodate all petitions.
Note to speakers: please note that 10 minutes is a very small amount of time for a talk; it is very easy to misestimate (90% of the speakers of the 2010 edition did!). You are encouraged to rehearse beforehand, even if you have a clear idea of what you will say. After all, rehearsing will take you only about 10 minutes.
Tentative schedule: note that, in particular, more talks might be added at the end.
|MT 128||09:30||Gábor Hegedűs||Riemannian polytopes|
|MT 128||09:45||Günter Pilz||Planar near-rings for algebraists, geometers, combinatorists, and statisticians|
|MT 128||10:00||Tim Boykett||A planning problem, a graph theory interpretation and an algebraic axiomatisation|
|MT 128||10:15||Gottlieb Pirsic||Higher algebra methods for quasi-Monte Carlo point sets|
|MT 128||10:45||Christian Dönch||Characterization of relative Groebner bases|
|MT 128||11:00||Günter Landsmann||Solutions of partial differential equations|
|MT 128||11:15||Johannes Middeke||A computational view on normal forms of matrices of Ore polynomials|
|MT 128||11:30||Franz Winkler||Rational general solutions of algebraic ODEs|
|MT 126||13:15||David Sevilla||Attempt at the Casas-Alvero conjecture at degree 12|
|MT 126||13:30||Josef Schicho||Salmagundy - solitaire variant|
|MT 126||13:45||Michael Harrison||Rationally-bounded affine surfaces|
|MT 126||14:00||Arne Winterhof||Polynomial Waring-problem in finite fields|
|MT 126||14:15||Niels Lubbes||Families of curves on surfaces|
|HS 6||14:45||Erhard Aichinger||When the composition of two functions is polynomial, what can be said about the factors?|
|HS 6||15:00||Brian Moore||Vibrating algebra|
|HS 6||15:15||Hamid Rahkooy||Using Resultants for Inductive Groebner Bases Computation|
|HS 6||15:30||Zafeirakis Zafeirakopoulos||Extending Orthogonal Designs|