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Computational Algebraic Geometry (Tampa)


AMS Special Session:   Computational Algebraic Geometry and Applications
March 10-11, 2012, Tampa, Florida

Organizers: 
  • A. Elezi (aelezi@american.edu)
  • T. Shaska (shaska@oakland.edu)

Purpose: The purpose of this special session is to bring together researchers who use methods of computational algebraic geometry in to solve classical problems and explore new applications. Topics include but are not limited to:
  • Algebraic curves
  • Jacobians of curves
  • superelliptic curves and their Jacobians
  • theta functions of curves 
  • invariants of binary forms 
  • the moduli space of curves
  • equations of curves with fixed automorphism group
  • algebraic curves covering elliptic curves and their applications in cryptography
  • Abelian varieties
  • String theory
  • toric varieties
  • abelian varieties, 
  • theta functions and soliton theory, Grassmann algebras, quantum field theory, string theory, integrable systems,
Proceedings:  There will be a proceedings based on this special session.  It will be a volume of Contemporary Math. from AMS or a special issue from Albanian J. Math.

Deadlines:  To submit an abstract: Nov. 29, 2011.  

To submit an abstract click here

Choose session "SS 25A"


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