Sage-Combinat and Chevie workshop in Orsay
June 14-18 of 2010
Purpose: strengthen the collaboration between Sage and Chevie, in particular around Coxeter groups and Hecke algebras
Sponsored by the Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay, Université Paris Sud
Like for the previous Sage-Combinat days of January 2009, I (Nicolas) have rented a 8-person house in Cernay-la-Ville (la tour). In case of overflow, we can setup tents in the adjacent garden. We will do the cooking ourselves (bring your favorite recipes and dishes!). Altogether this will make for a tight budget.
The first day of the conference (Monday 14th) will take place in Orsay, bâtiment 425, and is open to anybody wanting to learn about Sage.
- 10am-11am, petit amphi: An introduction to Sage (Nicolas M. Thiéry)
- 11am-1pm, (Salle Info Grand Amphi(20)), tutorials
- 1pm-2pm, lunch
- 2pm-5pm, tutorial
Here are the different slides and worksheet:
After that, the workshop participants will move together to Cernay by RER + bus, and stay there until Friday evening or Saturday morning.
Coming from downtown Paris to Orsay
Coming from downtown Paris to Cernay
- From Gare Montparnasse: 35 minutes train to Rambouillet + 15 minutes bus to Cernay-la-Ville
- From Chatelet-les-Halles: 45 minutes RER B to Saint-Remy les Chevreuses + 15 minutes bus to Cernay-la-Ville
Time tables Saint-Remy <-> Cernay <-> Rambouillet:
39.03 There are two bus stops at Cernay. The closest to the gite is Grand'Place. The other one is currently closed for constructions. BEWARE: there are no bus to Cernay between 7:32am and 12:25am!
We will do some car shuttles from Saint Rémi. Please contact us in advance to synchronize.
List of participants
NicolasBorie, graduate student, Orsay
TomDenton, graduate student, UC Davis
FlorentHivert, Prof, LITIS, Université de Rouen
- Cedric Lecouvey, Prof, Université de Tours
- Franck Luebeck, Aachen
- Andrew Mathas, Associate Prof, University of Sydney
- Jean Michel, DR, CNRS, Université Paris 7
NicolasThiéry, MdC, Orsay
- Adrien Boussicault, ATER, LIGM, Université Paris-Est
- Viviane Pons, graduate student, LIGM, Université Paris-Est
See also: http://doodle.com/ktma7rmvx4f3psbr