● About GAGTA
GAGTA (Geometric and Asymptotic Group Theory with Applications) is a series of conferences organized periodically, since 2005, by researchers in Group Theory all over the world, and scientifically supervised by the present steering committee.
GAGTA conferences are devoted to the study of a variety of areas in Geometric and Combinatorial Group Theory, including asymptotic and probabilistic methods, as well as algorithmic and computational topics involving groups. In particular, areas of interest include group actions, isoperimetric functions, growth, asymptotic invariants, random walks, algebraic geometry over groups, algorithmic problems and their complexity, generic properties and generic complexity, and applications to non-commutative cryptography.
Any researcher interested in organizing a future edition of the GAGTA conference, please contact any of the members of the Steering Committee.
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