MCAG Conferences

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Michigan Computational Algebraic Geometry, 2012.

Michigan Computational Algebraic Geometry  is a yearly conference organized every Spring in one of the Michigan universities as a collaboration between Michigan researchers and companies in Michigan.  

If you are interested to be part of this effort, please contact us at (
shaska@oakland.edu) or fill the form on the right. 

It is important that we know how many participants will attend in order to provide information booklets, refreshments, etc for everyone.  Please register by filling the form on the right if you are planning to attend.   To apply for financial support click here

The banquet for the conference will be on Saturday, 7:00-9:00 pm at Meadow Brook Hall.  Meadow Brook Hall is one of the most recognizable historic houses in America. For more information click here

MCAG 2013: Western Michigan University, May 3-4, 2013


Venue: Oakland University
Dates: May 12-13, 2012


Topics 

All areas of 

algebraic geometry, 
computational algebraic geometry, 
applications.

Speakers 
  
The conference will have 18 talks and will continue during the days of Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13, 2012. 


Room: SEB 164 (Science and Engineering Building.)
Plenary speakers are:
For a list of all the speakers see Speakers 

Deadlines
  • Deadline for abstracts: March 15, 2012
  • Deadline for registration: May 1, 2012
  • Deadline for financial support, March 15, 2012


About MCAG

Computational Algebraic Geometry is one of the most classical and exciting areas of mathematics. It is also one of the most applicable branches of mathematics with applications in physics, engineering, robotics, computer vision, signal processing, computer security, etc.

MCAG group is a network of algebraic geometers in Michigan and surrounding areas in order to encourage collaboration, exploration of new applications, and stronger connections to industry.

The group will organize yearly conferences in different Michigan institutions, training sessions for students, and encourage collaboration among different Mathematics departments from Michigan.

The activities of the group are decided by its Board:


Organizers

Organizers: 
  • T. Shaska, Oakland University
  • Dan Erman, University of Michigan
  • Charles Wampler, GM Research and Development
Local Organizers
  • Dan Steffy
  • Lubjana Beshaj
  • Valmira Hoxha
  • Fred Thompson