Vladimir Bavula (Sheffield, UK)
Tomasz Brzezinski (Swansea, UK)
Peter Cameron (London, UK)
Vladimir Dotsenko (Luxembourg/Dublin)
Tony Dorlas (Dublin, Ireland)
David Jordan (Sheffield, UK)
Peter Jorgensen (Newcastle, UK)
Arnfinn Laudal (Oslo, Norway)
Stephane Launois (Kent, UK)
Tom Lenagan (Edinburgh, UK)
Abdenacer Makhlouf (Mulhouse, France)
Sergei Silvestrov (Västerås, Sweden)
Agata Smoktunowicz (Edinburgh, UK)
Robert Wisbauer (Düsseldorf Germany)
If you would like to suggest a talk please e-mail the title/abstract (TeX file) to firstname.lastname@example.org
The REGISTRATION is closed.
We have pre-booked limited amount of en-suite rooms from 26 August to 30 August 2012 (4 nights) at Queen's Elms Village
http://www.stayatqueens.com/sites/StayAtQueens/ProspectiveStudents/Accommodation/ElmsVillage. This is a student accommodation, normally used for conferences, close to the Mathematical department, where the conference will take place. Should you wish to use this option, you can pay for it when register.
The deadline is extended till 2 July 2012.
It is still possible to register after the deadline, but the accommodation option is no longer available.
There are number of BBs available for booking (with free cancellation) near the University via the www.booking.com,
another option is the IBIS hotel near Queen's, bookings there can be made via the website:
Link to the 2009 and 2010 Workshops on 'Algebra, Combinatorics, Dynamics and Applications' in Belfast:
The workshop will focus on recent developments and classical ideas in the interplay between structural properties of algebras,
properties of their representations and combinatorics and dynamics. We are particularly interested to discuss problems where
combinatorial methods appear as a main ingredient in the solution of an algebraic problem or where arguments of dynamical nature help to
understand better some algebraic phenomenon. We will consider also more general structures appeared in various applications, in
particular in physics, analysis, geometry, topology, homotopy theory, and coding theory.
Topics of our attention include, but are not limited to the following:
* Algebras given by relations (including quadratic algebras)
* Combinatorics of defining relations, particularly combinatorics and dynamics of words; semigroups and semigroup algebras;
* Properties of various generating series associated to rings, Hilbert series, growth, combinatorics of primes;
* Representation spaces, dynamics of Gl_n action; Deformation theory;
* Homological properties, properties of the Koszul complex;
* Structures originated in physics, geometry, topology, homotopy theory
* operads, props;
* Novikov structures and pre-Lie algebras, Leibnitz algebras, ternary algebras, etc.;
* Poisson structures;
* cluster algebras;
* Actions of groups over rings, lower K-groups over noncommutative rings;
* Operator algebras and semigroup actions on Banach spaces, their (infinite-dimensional) dynamics.
* Computational aspects of the above, in particular, related to the Groebner bases theory
The program of the workshop will include an introductory lectures on Quantum Error Correcting Codes
due to Professor Tony Dorlas (Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies).
Program is available to download at the bottom of the page
ABSTRACTS are available to download at the bottom of the page
List of participants is available to download at the bottom of the page
At the conference venue (room 01.006, David Bates Building) blackboards, digital projector connected to computer
and laptop, and overhead projector are available.
We are grateful for the support of the London Mathematical Society
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Stanislav Shkarin: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current LIST of PARTICIPANTS and ABSTRACTS can be downloaded here: