Algebraic Cryptography Center at Stevens Institute has the continuing online International Group Theory Seminar.
These seminars are "webinars" and use the Wimba conferencing system.
The seminar resumes January 20, 2011.
Further additional information can be found at http://www.stevens.edu/algebraic/GTI/
SCHEDULE SPRING 2011:
Jan 20. Henry Wilton (Caltech), One-ended subgroups of graphs of free groups.
Feb 03. Alexei Miasnikov (Stevens Institute of Technology), TBA
Feb 17. Chloe Perin, TBA
Mar 03. Tara Davis (Vanderbilt University), Distortion in Wreath Products of Cyclic Groups
Mar 17. Mikhail Ershov, TBA
Mar 31. TBA
Apr 14. Abderezak Ould Houcine, TBA
There's a special seminar by Dani Wise this coming Friday (at the regular time, 1:20 PM) at Columbia in room 520.
Title: Morse Theory, Random Subgraphs, and Incoherent Groups
I will use the "probabilistic method" to prove that certain polygons of
finite groups have finitely generated subgroups that are not finitely
presented. This gives a new family of incoherent Kleinian groups. I'll
try to give an idea of what I'm doing here, and perhaps what to expect
The Algebraic Cryptography Center at Stevens Institute is launching a new online seminar dedicated to symbolic computations and applications to cryptography. These seminars are "webinars" and use the Wimba conferencing system.
The first talk is scheduled on January 19, 2011.
Further additional information can be found at http://www.stevens.edu/algebraic/SCPQ/
SCHEDULE SPRING 2011:
Jan 19, 2011. Compression and Complexity
Alexei Miasnikov (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Feb 2, 2011. Post-quantum cryptography -- multivariate public key cryptography
Jintai Ding (University of Cincinnati)
Feb 16, 2011. Matrix-based key agreement protocols: a cryptanalysis
Ciaran Mullan (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Mar 2, 2011. Trapdoors for Lattices: Signatures, Identity-Based Encryption, and Beyond
Chris Peikert (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Mar 16, 2011. Efficient cryptography from generalized compact knapsacks
Vadim Lyubashevsky (École Normale Supérieure, Paris)
Mar 30, 2011. Groebner bases techniques in Cryptography
Ludovic Perret (Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6)
Apr 13, 2011. Groebner bases for non-commutative polynomials and applications to cryptography
Martin Kreuzer (Universitat Passau)
Apr 27, 2011. New Learning Problem with Applications to Cryptography
William Skeith (The City College of New York)
May 11, 2011. New Algorithms for Learning in Presence of Errors
Rong Ge (Princeton University)
May 25, 2011. TBA
Carlos Cid (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Our new web site for the group theory cooperative has been built by
Katherine St. John who has generously given her time and expertise
and which has made the construction of the site both painless and