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CA+, Minnesota September 22nd, 2017

CA+ is a mini-conference hosted jointly by Minnesota and Wisconsin. We highlight work in commutative algebra and related fields like algebraic geometry, number theory, combinatorics, and more. We have colloquium-style talks targeted at a broad audience of people interested in algebra.

This year’s meeting is September 22-23 at University of Minnesota. We will have 6 talks, starting on the afternoon of Friday, Sept 22 and going through Saturday, Sept 23. We also have targeted small group conversations related to research and/or professional development. This year’s speakers are Lauren Williams (Berkeley), Emily Witt (Kansas), Jay Yang (Wisconsin), Alexander Yong (UIUC), and two more to be confirmed.

See our webpage:

http://www-users.math.umn.edu/~cberkesc/CA/CA2017.html

where you’ll find the schedule and information about registration.

In past years we’ve had NSF funding, and if this continues, we plan to fund a number graduate students and postdocs. So if you’re interested in attending please fill out the registration ASAP!


AMS Sectional, Orlando September 23rd, 2017

There will be a Special Session on Commutative Algebra: Interactions with Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Topology at the Southeastern Sectional Meeting University of Central Florida, Orlando, Orlando, FL September 23-24, 2017. The organizers are Joseph Brennan (Central Florida), Alina Iacob (Georgia Southern), and Saeed Nasseh (Georgia Southern).

For more information, see the AMS web page for the Special Session.


Scientific day in honor of Marco Fontana, Rome October 12th, 2017

On October 12 2017 a one day conference will be orgainzed at Rome Tre university in honor of Professor Marco Fontana, who will retire.

For more information see the website
https://conference-fontana-day.blogspot.it/


Route 81 2017 October 14th, 2017

The 27th annual Route 81 conference on commutative algebra and algebraic geometry will be held at Cornell, in Ithaca NY, on Saturday, October 14, 2017. The organizers are Irena Peeva and Mike Stillman. For more information, see the conference web page.


KUMUNU 2017, Kansas October 21st, 2017

KUMUNU (which is named for its original participating institutions: the University of Kansas, University of Missouri-Columbia, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln) has been an annual conference for commutative algebraists in the Great Plains region since 1999. It has evolved into a conference involving not only commutative algebra but many different fields where commutative algebra has found applications and inspirations.

This year KUMUNU 2017 will be held at the University of Kansas, in Snow Hall 120, on October 21-22, 2017. The conference will also include a poster session for postdocs and graduate students.

The conference will provide lodging for as many participants as possible. In accordance with NSF guidelines, funds will be prioritized to support participants who have no other federal support and participants who are students, post-doctoral scholars, or members of groups that are under-represented in the mathematical sciences.

For more information please see the conference website:

http://dept.ku.edu/~math/conferences/KUMUNU/2017/


Structures on Free Resolutions, Lubbock, TX October 26th, 2017

There will be a workshop-style conference, “Structures on Free Resolutions,” held in Lubbock, TX from October 26-28. The deadline to apply is August 15. Here is a link for more information and to apply for the program:

https://sites.google.com/view/structures-on-free-resolutions

Organizers:

  • Peder Thompson
  • Lars Winther Christensen

Workshop on commutative algebra devoted to Peter Schenzel, Osnabrück October 26th, 2017

There will be a Workshop on commutative algebra,  October 26 – 28, 2017 at the University of Osnabrück.

This workshop is devoted to Peter Schenzel, honoring his manifold contributions to our field.

Invited speakers are:

  • Rüdiger Achilles
  • Josep Alvarez Montaner
  • Markus Brodmann
  • Alessio Caminata
  • Emanuela De Negri
  • Elisa Gorla
  • Dang Hop Nguyen
  • Anargyros Katsabekis
  • Leif Melkersson
  • Uwe Nagel
  • Euisung Park
  • Anne-Marie Simon
  • Ngo Viet Trung

For more information see:
https://www.math-conf.uni-osnabrueck.de/workshop-on-commutative-algebra/


Workshop on Algebraic Methods in Statistics, Osnabrück November 30th, 2017

There will be a Workshop on Algebraic Methods in Statistics November 30 – December 02, 2017 at the University of Osnabrück.

For more information see:
https://www.math-conf.uni-osnabrueck.de/algebraic-methods-in-statistics/


Combinatorial Algebra meets Algebraic Combinatorics, McMaster University January 26th, 2018

Combinatorial Algebra meets Algebraic Combinatorics
Fifteenth Annual Meeting
McMaster University,
Hamilton, Canada
January 26 – 28, 2018

This meeting is a continuation of the annual workshops focusing on the interplay between commutative algebra (particularly, resolutions and inverse systems) and algebraic combinatorics (the representation theory of symmetric groups).

Invited Speakers:

Johannes Hofscheier (McMaster University)
Elizabeth Townsend Milicevic (Haverford)
Jenna Rajchgot (Saskatchewan)
Franco Saliola (UQAM)

Organizers:

Megumi Harada (McMaster University)
Adam Van Tuyl (McMaster)
Mike Zabrocki (York)

If you are interested in attending and/or giving a talk, please contact us at: caac2018mcmaster@gmail.com

We have currently applied for funding to help with expenses. For more information, please write to the organizers.

Please see our website for the latest information:

https://ms.mcmaster.ca/~vantuyl/research/caac2018.html


Rings and Factorizations, Graz, 2018 February 19th, 2017

From February 19th to 23rd, 2018 a Conference on Rings and Factorizations will be organized at the Institute of Mathematics and Scientific Computing at the University of Graz in Graz, Austria.

The conference continues a series of ring theory conferences in Graz from 2012, 2014, and 2016.

The main subjects include:

  • Multiplicative ideal theory: ideal and module systems, star and semistar operations,
  • Dedekind, Prüfer, Krull, and Mori rings and their generalizations,
  • Rings of integer-valued polynomials,
  • Topological aspects in rings theory,
  • Factorization theory in rings and semigroups,
  • Direct-sum decomposition of modules.

Scientific Advisory Board:

For more information, see the web page for the conference.