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Sage days 10 in Nancy (France)
October 10 to 15, 2008 at the Lorraine Laboratory of IT Research and its Applications (Loria)
Please register on the [http://registration.net-resa.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/gnetresa.woa/wa/newParticipant?idevt=281&profil=396 registration website].
- Michael Abshoff
- Timothy Daly
- Laurent Fousse
- Clément Pernet
- Ludovic Perret
- Paul Zimmermann
The following program is preliminary.
- October 10: Linear Algebra (chair Clement Pernet)
- October 11: Elliptic Curves (chair Laurent Fousse)
- Invited speakers:
[http://www.warwick.ac.uk/staff/J.E.Cremona/ John Cremona]
[http://perso.univ-rennes1.fr/david.lubicz/index_en.html David Lubicz]
- Invited speakers:
- October 12: Groebner Bases (chair Ludovic Perret)
- October 13-15: Coding Sprints (chair Michael Abshoff)
Each "talk" day (October 10 to 12) typically has 2 invited speakers, who are specialists in the corresponding domain, not necessarily already in contact with SAGE, and 3 contributed speakers, who typically describe a SAGE module (or a proposal of).
The SAGE Days 10 dinner will take place on the 11th.
LORIA Campus Scientifique 54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy France
[http://www.ot-nancy.fr/uk/centre_historique/index.php Finding an hotel in Nancy.]
You may be interested in the [http://cado.gforge.inria.fr/workshop/ CADO project workshop] which will occur at the same place, October 7-9.
[http://www.grand-nancy.org/ Communauté Urbaine du Grand Nancy]
[http://www.uhp-nancy.fr/ University Nancy 1 Henri Poincaré]
[http://www.gdr-im.fr/ GDR IM]
PhD students attendance support
Thanks to funds donated by our sponsors, we are able to support attendance costs for a small number of Ph.D. students. Interested students should apply directly per mail to Paul Zimmermann (<[email protected]>).