KUMUNU 2015 will be held on the campus of the University of Missouri, Columbia, on October 24 and 25, 2015. The conference starts at 12:45 pm on Saturday with the first talk at 1 pm and ends at 1 pm on Sunday. There will be a reception and dinner on Saturday evening.
Professor Craig Huneke, University of Virginia
Professor Anurag Singh, University of Utah
Professor Christel Rotthaus, Michigan State University
In addition, there will be three from KU, MU, NU and three graduate student speakers. The names to be announced later. For more information, please write to email@example.com or visit the KUMUNU website http://kumunu.missouri.edu/.
There will be a Special Session on Homological Methods in Commutative Algebra at the AMS Fall Western Sectional at California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, CA October 24-25. For more information see the AMS webpage:
Amanda Croll, Concordia University, Irvine firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Jeffries, University of Michigan
The AMS Fall Eastern Sectional Meeting will be held at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ November 14-15, 2015. The following special sessions will be running.
Special Session on Aspects of Resolutions and Syzygies in Commutative Algebra
Courtney Gibbons, Hamilton College
Denise Rangel Tracy, Syracuse University email@example.com
Special Session on Commutative Algebra
Laura Ghezzi, New York City College of Technology, City University of New York firstname.lastname@example.org
Jooyoun Hong, Southern Connecticut State University
See more at: http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2227_progfull.html
The Upper Midwest Commutative Algebra Colloquium will be held on November 14, 2015. This conference is being created with two main goals in mind:
1. To showcase the depth and breadth of research connected to commutative algebra;
2. To build a regional community among faculty and students across algebraic disciplines and between our two institutions.
More information can be found at the following address.
The Third EACA International School on Computer Algebra and its Applications will take place at the Faculty of Mathematics and IMUS (University Institute of Mathematics Research) of the University of Seville (Spain) on January 18th-21th, 2016.
It is an activity of the Spanish network Red-EACA, Red Temática de Cálculo Simbólico, Álgebra Computacional y Aplicaciones, partially supported by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, under the Acciones de Dinamización “Redes de Excelencia” MTM2014-56142-REDT.
The First and Second EACA School on Computer Algebra and its Applications were held in Tenerife (Canary Islands) in 2011 and in Valladolid in 2013.
This School intends to provide an opportunity for young researchers (namely, Master and PhD students and Postdocs) in Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation or in its Applications from all over the world, to learn from three internationally recognized lecturers, about recent developments on the area. The School also welcomes experienced researchers interested in these topics.
The School will consist on three courses (lectures and tutorials) by experts plus short contributed talks and poster presentations by young researchers. Submissions will be supervised by the School’s Scientific Committee.
For more information please visit the website: https://www.imus.us.es/EACASCHOOL16/
Emmanuel Briand (Univ. de Sevilla)
Francisco J. Castro-Jiménez (Univ. de Sevilla; Coordinator)
Laura Colmenarejo (Univ. de Sevilla)
Mercedes Rosas (Univ. de Sevilla)
The AMS Spring Southeastern Sectional Meeting will be held at University of Georgia, Athens, GA March 5-6, 2016. The following special sessions will be running.
Special Session on Combinatorial and Computational Algebra
Huy Tai Ha, Tulane University
Kuei-Nan Lin, Penn State Greater Allegheny
Augustine O’Keefe, Connecticut College email@example.com
Special Session on Commutative Algebra
Jon F. Carlson, University of Georgia firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Kustin, University of South Carolina
See more at http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2237_progfull.html
The AMS Spring Central Sectional Meeting will be held in North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND April 16-17, 2016. The following special sessions will be running.
Special Session on Commutative Algebra and Its Interactions with Combinatorics and Algebraic Geometry
Susan Cooper, North Dakota State University
Adam Van Tuyl, McMaster University email@example.com
Special Session on Commutative Ring Theory
Catalin Ciuperca, North Dakota State University firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean Sather-Wagstaff, North Dakota State University
See more at http://www.ams.org/meetings/sectional/2231_progfull.html.
The conference will be held on the occasion of Juan Migliore’s 60th birthday and will take place at the University of Notre Dame from May 16 to May 19, 2016. We plan to start the talks in the morning of Monday, May 16, and finish Thursday afternoon, May 19.
This meeting is in the tradition of Midwest Algebra and Geometry Conferences. The topics of the conference are recent advances in Commutative Algebra and its intersection with Algebraic Geometry, with particular emphasis on liaison theory, combinatorial commutative algebra, Hilbert functions, free resolutions, characteristic p methods, multiplicity theory, multiplier ideals, and local cohomology.
There will be a poster session to give junior mathematicians and graduate students an opportunity to present their work. Junior mathematicians and graduate students are particularly encouraged to participate in the conference, as well as mathematicians from traditionally underrepresented groups and faculty of undergraduate institutions.
More information will be posted when it is available.
The organizers of the conference are:
Please feel free to contact the organizers at email@example.com.
The 15th edition of the EACA meeting on Computer Algebra and Applications will be held June 22-24th 2016 at Logroño (Spain).
The Fields Institute in Toronto, Ontario, will host a semester-long program in Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry in Fall 2016.
This semester-long program will focus on the topics in algebraic geometry with deep combinatorial connections. These will include, but are not limited to, Hilbert schemes, moduli spaces, Okounkov bodies, Schubert varieties, toric varieties, and tropical geometry.
There will be three programmatic workshops: an introductory workshop in August, a workshop on “Convexity in Algebraic Geometry” in October, and a workshop on “Combinatorial Moduli Spaces and Intersection Theory” in December. There will also be a graduate summer school in Summer 2016.
Applications for long-term visiting positions will be due in December 2015.
More information will be available on the webpage for the program.