Sage-FLINT Days

Organisers: John Cremona, William Hart, ....

What

A Sage Days workshop around the theme of Algorithms in Number Theory and FLINT.

Sage is an Open Source distribution of mathematical software. See http://www.sagemath.org/

FLINT (Fast Library for Number Theory) is a fast Open Source C library for support of computations in Number Theory which is a component of Sage. See http://www.flintlib.org/

See below for further details on the aims of this Sage Days. Please feel free to add additional project suggestions.

Where

Warwick University in the UK (http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/maths/general/institute/)

When

17 - 23rd December 2011 (the formal program will finish on 21st, but participants can remain until 23rd to collaborate and code). The lecture room will be available from 9am until 10pm daily.

Program

* Two invited talks per day (including intro to Sage talks)

* A single evening public lecture

* Coding sprints.

Invited Speakers

TBA.

Registration and financial support

Registration is now open for this event.

To register (and request financial support if required) please proceed to "Algorithms in Number Theory and FLINT" on the Warwick MRC registration page:

https://www.warwick.ac.uk/mrc/events.php

Registration is free.

Support

A limited amount of support is available for overseas and UK participants. Please let us know if you require support by indicating this on the registration page.

Aims of the workshop

* Introduce Sage to UK Number Theorists.

* Introduce Sage to Warwick researchers, postgrads and undergrads.

* Foster collaborations between the large Computational Number Theory and other research groups at Warwick and the Sage project and other UK Number Theorists.

* Hold talks on recent algorithmic developments in Computational Number Theory.

* Put flint2 into Sage

* Switch some of the mwrank code to use flint2.

* Help the Singular developers make better use of flint2.

Acknowledgement

We wish to acknowledge the support of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the UK (EPSRC) for the funding for this conference, made available to us via Warwick University and the Warwick Maths Department.