AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 2    2017     BELFAST     

                                 Joint with ARTIN meeting    
To be Held at the Queen's University Belfast

  • Speakers

  • Vladimir Bavula (Sheffield, UK)
  • Ken Brown* (Glasgow, UK)
  • Dietrich Burde (Vienna, Austria)
  • Paula Carvalho (Porto, Portugal)
  • Dmitry Gurevich (Valenciennes, France)
  • Arnfinn Laudal (Oslo, Norway)
  • Christian Lomp (Porto, Portugal)
  • Michael Pevzner (Reims, France)
  • Dmitri Piontkovski (Moscow, Russia)
  • Vladimir Rubtsov (Angers, France)
  • Dimitri Rumynin (Warwik, UK)
  • Sue Sierra (Edinburgh, UK)
  • Agata Smoktunowich (Edinburgh, UK)

(* - to be confirmed)

If you would like to REGISTER and/or suggest a talk please e-mail your name, affilliation, dates of arrival/ departure and the title/abstract (TeX file) to Natalia Iyudu at:

There is a possibility to support attendance for several UK based research students,

please write to the above address for details.


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 and potential algebras, and generalizations, such as operads, and A-infinity structures;

  * 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;

  * Homological properties, properties of the Koszul and other complexes;

  * Sklyanin algebras and generalizations ;

  * Representation spaces, moduli spaces; deformation theory;

  * Structures related to operads featured in  physics, geometry, topology, homotopy theory

  * Novikov structures and pre-Lie algebras, Leibnitz algebras, other non-associative structures;

  * Poisson structures and symplrectic structures;

  * Yang-Baxter equations and braces, connections to other structures;

  * Computational aspects of the above, in particular, related to the Groebner bases theory

  Program      Participants         Travel           Accommodation               Funding             Dinner        
          will be  attached
at the  bottom of the page

                                We are grateful for the support of the London Mathematical Society 


                        Natalia Iyudu:

                        Stanislav Shkarin: