Computational Algebraic Geometry @ FoCM'14

December 18-20, 2014
Montevideo, Uruguay


Carlos D'Andrea
University of Barcelona, Spain

Gregory G. Smith
Queen's University, Canada

Agnes Szanto
North Carolina State University, USA

The workshop is part of the triennial FoCM conference series, organized by the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics
held in Montevideo, Uruguay, December 11-20, 2014.

The aim of this workshop is to present new results, algorithms, developments, or applications of effective algebraic geometry and computational algebra. We wish this triennial workshop to be a forum for ideas, techniques, and applications. With this in mind, we encourage all speakers to craft their presentation for a broad audience.



Greg Blekherman (Georgia Tech, USA) Talk slides
Alicia Dickenstein (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Jonathan Hauenstein (North Carolina State University, USA) Talk slides
Nathan Ilten (University of California in Berkeley, USA) Talk slides
Thomas Kahle (OvGU Magdeburg, Germany) Talk slides
Teresa Krick (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) Talk slides
Lek-Heng Lim (University of Chicago, USA) Talk slides
Laura Matusevich (Texas A&M University, USA) Talk slides
Frank Moore (Wake Forest University, USA) Talk slides
Bernard Mourrain (INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France) Talk slides
Chris Peterson (Colorado State University, USA) Talk slides
Sonja Petrovic (Illinois Institute of Technology, USA)
Kristian Ranestad (University of Oslo, Norway) Talk slides
Hal Schenck (University of Illinois, USA) Talk slides
Martin Sombra (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain) Talk slides
Mike Stillman (Cornell University, USA) Talk slides
Seth Sullivant (North Carolina State University, USA) Talk slides
Mauricio Velasco (University of Los Andes, Colombia) Talk slides
Cynthia Vinzant (University of Michigan, USA) Talk slides
Josephine Yu (Georgia Tech, USA) Talk slides

Schedule and talk abstracts

Related plenary talk: David Cox

Related workshops of FoCM'14:
Computational Number Theory
Graph Theory and Combinatorics
Real Number Complexity
Computational Topology and Geometry
Symbolic Analysis

Previous workshops: FoCM'11, FoCM'08



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