Snowbird Summer School 2005

Anurag Singh (Georgia Tech) and Uli Walther (Purdue) are organizing a Joint AMS-IMS-SIAM Summer Research Conference on Commutative Algebra at Snowbird, Utah, Sunday June 19 — Friday July 1, 2005.
This conference is intended for graduate students. The topic will be commutative algebra, with special emphasis on topics that are related to local cohomology and its interactions with other areas of mathematics such as algebraic geometry, topology, and D-modules. Some part of the workshop will be devoted to algorithmic questions and explicit computations.
The workshop comes in two parts. The first part will include introductory lectures by the organizers and other young researchers in the field, as well as some problem and computer sessions. The second part at the end of the summer school will be a 3-day conference centered around the topics of the workshop involving senior speakers. There will be some hiking activities in the Wasatch mountains.
For more information, see the conference web page.

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