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[Axiom-developer] TR: Magma Workshop on Group Theory and Algebraic Geome

From: Vanuxem Gregory
Subject: [Axiom-developer] TR: Magma Workshop on Group Theory and Algebraic Geometry
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2005 17:32:14 +0200

Re sent....

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De : Vanuxem Gregory [mailto:address@hidden
Envoye : dimanche 10 juillet 2005 16:49
A : Axiom-Developer
Objet : TR: Magma Workshop on Group Theory and Algebraic Geometry


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De : Magma announcements [mailto:address@hidden
Envoye : jeudi 30 juin 2005 07:00
A : Magma announcements
Objet : Magma Workshop on Group Theory and Algebraic Geometry

NOTE: please do not reply to this email.  For any enquiries, please
mail one of the contacts listed at the bottom of this mesage.

                      MAGMA WORKSHOP ON

LOCATION: Mathematics Research Institute, University of Warwick, UK

DATES: August 22 -- 26, 2005.


     H-C Graf v. Bothmer (Hannover)        Gavin Brown (Warwick)
     Nils Bruin (Simon Fraser)             Jon Carlson (Athens, GA)
     John Coates (Cambridge)               Bettina Eick (Braunschweig)
     Peter Fleischmann (Canterbury)        Steven Galbraith (Royal Holloway)
     Willem de Graaf (Trento)              Michael Harrison (Sydney)
     Florian Hess (Berlin)                 Derek Holt (Warwick)
     Dimitri Leemans (Brussels)            Steve Linton (St Andrews)
     Scott Murray (Eindhoven)              Eamonn O'Brien (Auckland)
     Miles Reid (Warwick)                  Colva Roney-Dougal (St Andrews)
     Joseph Schicho (Linz)                 Samir Sisek (Warwick)
     Don Taylor (Sydney)                   Bill Unger (Sydney)
     Mark Watkins (Bristol)                Mike Vaughan-Lee (Oxford)

DESCRIPTION: A workshop on computational methods in group theory and
algebraic geometry, in the context of the Computer Algebra system Magma.
The meeting will be particularly concerned with exploring interactions
between computational group theory and computational algebraic geometry.
This is the fourth in a series of Magma conferences: the previous one
was held at Institute Henri Poincare', Paris, October 4 -- 8, 2004.

THEMES: Group theory, representation theory, Lie theory, algebraic
geometry, arithmetic geometry.

 * Lectures reporting recent advances in algorithmic methods.

 * Talks on significant applications of Magma to one of the
   thematic areas.

 * Talks on future directions for computational methods in
   the thematic areas.

 * Tutorials on the use of Magma in the following areas:
   - Finite groups and representation theory
   - Schemes and algebraic curves

CONTRIBUTED TALKS: Conference participants interested in giving a
25 minute contributed talk should submit a title and long abstract
by July 31.

CONFERENCE FUNDING: Some funding is available to provide limited travel
support for graduate students based in the UK.

REGISTRATION AND ACCOMMODATION: To register and reserve accommodation,
please download and fill in the form found at
and return it as soon as possible, and in any case by June 30, to:

   Mrs. Peta McAllister                 E-mail: address@hidden
   Phone: 44 + (0)2476 - 524403         Fax: 44 + (0)2476 - 523548

ORGANIZERS:  Derek Holt (address@hidden)
             Gavin Brown (address@hidden)
             John Cannon (address@hidden)

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