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MCAG 2013

Michigan Computational Algebraic Geometry
Western Michigan University
May 3-4, 2013
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
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 aiming to encourage collaboration, exploration of new applications, and stronger connections to industry.  The group organizes yearly conferences in different Michigan institutions, training sessions for students, and encourage collaboration among different Mathematics departments from Michigan.   For other MCAG conferences click here.  

This year MCAG 13 will be held at Western Michigan University.  



Organizer: 
Gene Freudenburg  ( 
gene.freudenburg@wmich.edu )

Venue:
 Western Michigan University
Dates: May 3-4, 2013

Topics:  All areas of 
    • algebraic geometry
    • computational algebraic geometry
    • applications
Invited Speakers 
  • Susan Cooper (Central Michigan University)
  • Harm Derksen (University of Michigan)
  • Dan Erman (University of Michigan)
  • Juan Migliore (Notre Dame)
  • Annegret Paul (Western Michigan)
  • Gregory Pearlstein (Michigan State) 
  • Tony Shaska (Oakland University)
  • David Speyer (University of Michigan)
  • Jan Verschelde (University of Illinois - Chicago)
  • Fabrizio Zanello (Michigan Tech)

Poster Session: Friday, May 3 from 4:00-5:30. Those wishing to submit a poster for the conference should indicate this on the conference registration page. Questions about the poster session can be directed to the conference organizer. Graduate students are especially encouraged to share their work in this way. 

Conference Dinner: Friday, May 3 at 7:00. Those wishing to be included in the dinner should indicate this on the conference registration page. The cost is $25 per person ($15 for students), payable by cash or check on the morning of May 3. 

  • Conference Flier: Click here MCAG 2013 to download and/or print for distribution and posting.
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Gene Freudenburg,
Mar 29, 2013, 12:51 PM
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