2013: Combinatorial Algebra
International Workshop in Combinatorial Algebra
Honoring The Contributions of Luzius Grunenfelder and Tony Geramita
June 1 – 4, 2013
Dalhousie University/Saint Mary's University
The aim of this workshop is to discuss the current state of research in several interrelating areas of modern Combinatorial Algebra, with emphasis on the Combinatorics of Commutative Algebras, Groups and Hopf Algebras. The workshop is a satellite event to two special sessions of the 2013 CMS Summer Meeting, which runs from June 4 - 7. These sessions are Commutative Algebra and Combinatorics and Hopf Algebras and Tensor Categories.
The Workshop is organised by Atlantic Algebra Centre (AAC) affiliated to Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN). AAC is supported by MUN and as a Collaborative Research Group by the Atlantic Association for Research in the Mathematical Sciences. Download the poster here.
The workshop will include several 2-hour lectures, 1-hour research talks and a number of shorter research communications. If you would like to participate or give a talk in this workshop, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 1, 2013.
Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)
Yuri Bahturin (Memorial University)
Francois Bergeron (UQAM)
Nantel Bergeron (York University)
Matej Bresar (University of Ljubljana & Maribor)
Giulio Caviglia (Purdue University)
Vesselin Drensky (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
Gaston Garcia (National University of La Plata)
Mehdi Garrousian (Western University)
Luzius Grunenfelder (UBC)
Jurgen Herzog (University of Duisburg-Essen)Juergen_HerzogSara Madariaga (University of Saskatchewan)
Matjaz Omladic (University of Ljubljana)
Robert Pare (Dalhousie University)
Heydar Radjavi (University of Waterloo)
David Riley (Western University)
Yohannes Tadesse (Uppsala University)
Adam Van Tuyl (Lakehead University)
As part of the workshop, an AAC Mini Course on Commutative Algebras will be organized with June 4th being entirely dedicated to the minicourse. The lecturers are Jurgen Herzog and Giulio Caviglia.
Schedule: all talks will be at room 319 of Chase building, Dalhousie University.
There is some funding available for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to participate in the workshop and minicourse. To apply for funding, please send your requests to Sara Faridi at email@example.com by April 1, 2013. Please ask your supervisor to send a letter as well.
We collect a registration fee to cover the costs of coffee breaks, printings, etc. The fee for students and retired professors is $30 and for everyone else $50. It should be paid in cash at the time of registration.
- Lord Nelson Hotel
Central location, across from the public gardens, close to shops and groceries, 15 minutes walk to campus (or direct bus).
If staying 7 nights or longer, the extended stay rate applies (starting from $99 to $144 for a large bedroom suite). For less than 7 nights, the Dalhousie rate of $149.00 applies. For more info about the rates, please see this page.
To book or if you have any questions or special needs please contact Alison Jordan by either calling #1-800-565-2020 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and ask for the Dalhousie rate.
- Dorms at University of Kings College
These are on-campus accommodations, and people have been happy staying here. Washrooms are shared, there is internet, laundry facilities, computer room and common rooms. Linen and towels are included in the price, but there is no daily maid service.
Singles $50/night or $280/week (all taxes included)
Doubles $70/night or $360/week (all taxes included)
Bookings for the dorms must be made by May 27th, by contacting Tim Ross at 902-422-1275 ext. 106 or Tim.Ross@ukings.ca.
- Please note that in addition to these options, you could use the accommodations suggested by the CMS.
There are bus services from the Halifax International Airport (YHZ) to downtown Halifax and vice versa. Alternatively one can take a taxi or rent a car from the airport. Information about this can be found at this web site.
The Organising Committee:
Margaret Beattie (Mount Allison University)
Sara Faridi (Dalhousie University)
Mikhail Kotchetov (Memorial University)
Mitja Mastnak (Saint Mary's University)
Hamid Usefi (Memorial University)