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Orlando 2017

Algebraic curves and their applications

Fall Southeastern Sectional Meeting

University of Central Florida, Orlando, Orlando, FL

September 23-24, 2017 (Saturday - Sunday)

Meeting #1133


Organizers:  

  • Lubjana Beshaj, The University of Texas at Austin


Overview:


Algebraic curves are one of the most studied areas of mathematics which create a very nice mixture of classical theoretical results with applications. In this session we intend to bring together researchers from academia and industry and provide a platform for discussing algebraic curves and their applications in industry such as robotics, automotive security, cryptography, mathematical physics, etc.



Topics of the session include, but are not limited to:

  • Equations of curves over their minimal field of definition

  • Field of moduli versus the field of definition

  • Models of curves with minimal height

  • Neron-Tate models

  • Moduli height of curves

  • Database of curves according to their moduli height

  • Elliptic and hyperelliptic curve cryptography

  • Jacobians of curves and their decompositions

  • Automotive security, embedded systems

  • Algebraic curves and their use in industrial applications

  • others


Deadline for
abstracts:

August 1, 2017


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