The Third EACA International School on Computer Algebra and its Applications will take place at the Faculty of Mathematics and IMUS (University Institute of Mathematics Research) of the University of Seville (Spain) on January 18th-21th, 2016.
It is an activity of the Spanish network Red-EACA, Red Temática de Cálculo Simbólico, Álgebra Computacional y Aplicaciones, partially supported by the Ministry of Education, under the Acciones de Dinamización "Redes de Excelencia" MTM2014-56142-REDT.
This School intends to provide an opportunity for young researchers (namely, Master and PhD students and Postdocs) in Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation or in its Applications from all over the world, to learn from three internationally recognized lecturers, about recent developments on the area. The School also welcomes experienced researchers interested in these topics.
The School will consist on three courses (lectures and tutorials) by experts plus short contributed talks and software presentations by young researchers. Submissions will be supervised by the School's Scientific Committee.
The speakers and topics of the three courses are:
(Univ. de Cantabria) The numerical solution of systems of polynomial equations
(Univ. de Zaragoza) Computer Algebra and D-module theory
Ignacio Ojeda-Martínez de Castilla
(Univ. de Extremadura) Binomial ideals and applications
There will be grants partially covering local expenses for young researchers. Candidates will be selected under the supervision of the School's Scientific Committee.
- Submission deadline and grant application: October 1st, 2015
- Notification of acceptance on contributions and grants: October 19th, 2015
- Early registration until October 31st, 2015
For more details please visit the School webpage
Emmanuel Briand (Univ. de Sevilla)
Francisco J. Castro-Jiménez (Univ. de Sevilla: Coordinador)
Laura Colmenarejo (Univ. de Sevilla)
Mercedes Rosas (Univ. de Sevilla)
María Emilia Alonso (U. Complutense de Madrid)
Isabel Bermejo (U. La Laguna)
Marta Casanellas (U. Politécnica de Cataluña)
Francisco J. Castro-Jiménez (U. Sevilla, Chair)
Carlos d'Andrea (U. Barcelona)
Joan Elías (U. Barcelona)
Philippe Giménez (U. Valladolid)
José Gómez-Torrecillas (U. Granada),
Laureano González-Vega (U. Cantabria)
Manuel Ladra (U. Santiago de Compostela)
Antonio Montes (U. Politécnica de Cataluña)
Tomás Recio (U. Cantabria)
Julio Rubio (U. La Rioja)
J. Rafael Sendra (U. Alcalá de Henares)