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=== Registration ===

Please register on the [[http://registration.net-resa.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/gnetresa.woa/wa/newParticipant?idevt=281&profil=396|registration website]].

See the [[http://www.loria.fr/~zimmerma/sd10_participants.pdf|list of participants]].
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See [[http://www.loria.fr/~zimmerma/sd10_schedule.pdf|the full program in pdf format]].
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   * October 11: Groebner Bases (chair Ludovic Perret)
   * October 12: Elliptic Curves (chair Laurent Fousse)
     Invited speakers:
       * [[http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~astorjoh/|Arne Storjohann]]:[[/AStorjohannTalk| Algorithms for linear algebra on polynomial and integer matrices: similarities and differences]] [[attachment:Storjohann_SD10_talk.pdf]]
       * [[http://ljk.imag.fr/membres/Jean-Guillaume.Dumas/|Jean-Guillaume Dumas]]:[[/JGDumasTalk| Simultaneous Modular Reduction and Kronecker Substitution for Small Finite Fields]] [[attachment:Dumas_SD10_talk.pdf]]
     Contributing speakers:
       * Martin Albrecht: [[/MAlbrechtTalk| Matrix multiplication over GF(2) in the M4RI library]] [[attachment:Martin_Albrecht_Matmul_M4RI.pdf]]
       * Gregory Bard : Using Graph Theory to Control Fill-in for Sparse Matrix Reduction to RREF over Fields of non-zero characteristic [[attachment:Bard_SD10_talk.pdf]]
       * [[http://www.rlmiller.org|Robert Miller]]: [[/RMillerTalk| An example of implementing automorphism groups: linear codes]] (cancelled due to illness)
   * October 11: Elliptic Curves (chair Laurent Fousse)
     Invited speakers:
       * [[http://www.warwick.ac.uk/staff/J.E.Cremona/|John Cremona]]: Elliptic Curves in Sage [[attachment:John_Cremona_talk.pdf]]
         This talk will give a survey of Sage's capabilities for computations with
         elliptic curves, including some recent developments and a wish-list of
  possible future developments.
       * [[http://perso.univ-rennes1.fr/david.lubicz/index_en.html|David Lubicz]]: [[/DavidLubiczTalk| Computing modular correspondences for abelian varieties (with Jean-Charles Faugère)]] [[attachment:David_Lubicz_talk.pdf]]
     Contributing speakers:
       * Nadia El Mrabet: [[/NadiaElMrabetTalk| Implementing the Weil, Tate and Ate pairings using Sage]] [[attachment:slides_ELMRABET_sage.pdf]]
   * October 11: Sage-Combinat (chair Nicolas Thiery) (follows the Elliptic Curves session)
       The purpose of the *-Combinat project is to provide an extensible
       toolbox for computer exploration in algebraic combinatorics, and
       foster code sharing between researchers in this area. We will present
       the history, features, and design of MuPAD-Combinat, and discuss the
       timeline, difficulties, but also great technical and community
       opportunities that arise from the ongoing port as Sage-Combinat.
     Invited Speakers:
       * Florent Hivert and Nicolas Thiéry: [[/Combinat-Talk | *-Combinat: Sharing Algebraic Combinatorics since 2000]]
     Contribution speakers:
       * Mike Hansen: Decomposable Objects and combinatorial species [[attachment:mhansen-species.pdf]]
       * [[http://www.rlmiller.org|Robert Miller]]: Partition Refinement for Classification [[attachment:Miller_SD10_talk.pdf]]
       * [[http://www-igm.univ-mlv.fr/~saliola|Franco Saliola]]: Posets and words in Sage-Combinat [[attachment:saliola-sd10-talk.pdf]]

   * October 12: Groebner Bases (chair Ludovic Perret)
     Invited speakers:
       * Carlo Traverso: [[/CarloTraversoTalk| Groebner bases, lattices and cryptography]] [[attachment:TalkTraverso.pdf]]
       * [[http://www.csd.uwo.ca/~eschost/|Éric Schost]]: [[/EricSchostTalk| Computing with triangular families of polynomials: an overview]] [[attachment:Sage08Eric.pdf]]
     Contributing speakers:
       * B. Erocal : [[/BurcinErocalTalk| SCrypt: Symbolic computation assists algebraic cryptanalysis]] [[attachment:erocal_scrypt_sd10.pdf]]
       * M. Brickenstein : Secrets of Singular and PolyBoRi [[attachment:brickenstein_secrets.pdf]]
         This talk presents techniques for Gröbner bases calculations
         implemented in the computer algebra system Singular and the
         PolyBoRi framework. I will consider
          * data structures
          * algorithms
         and give application examples, show their structure and explain how
         to exploit it.
       * [[http://www-calfor.lip6.fr/~renault/index.html|Guénaël Renault]]: [[/GuenaelRenaultTalk| Computation of the Triangular Representation of a Splitting Field]] [[attachment:TalkRenault.pdf]]
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   * October 14: SAGE Demo by Robert Bradshaw at 17h.
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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).
Standard day schedule is as follows:

   * 09h30-10h00 Arrival/registration
   * 10h00-11h00 Invited Talk 1
   * 11h00-11h30 Coffee Break
   * 11h30-12h00 Contributed Talk 1
   * 12h00-14h00 Lunch Break
   * 14h00-15h00 Invited Talk 2
   * 15h00-15h30 Coffee Break
   * 15h30-16h00 Contributed Talk 2
   * 16h00-16h30 Contributed Talk 3

The Sage Days 10 dinner will take place on the 11th.

=== Coding Sprint ===

[[/CodingSprint| Overview page]]

=== Dinner on Saturday ===

The dinner is at [[http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=cafe+foy&sll=48.693892,6.182599&sspn=0.008342,0.022745&ie=UTF8&ll=48.693262,6.18394&spn=0.004171,0.011373&t=h&z=17&iwloc=A|grand cafe foy ]] - train 1 station cathedral, if you look into the train's direction, turn left. then:

[[http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&saddr=Rue+Saint-Georges&daddr=1,+Place+Stanislas,+54000+Nancy,+France+(Grand+Cafe+Foy)&hl=en&geocode=Fdr65gIdqmReAA%3B&mra=ls&dirflg=w&sll=48.691343,6.184273&sspn=0.004171,0.011373&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=18|click here to see how to walk from the station "Cathedrale" to the place]] (I'm not sure about the starting point, but it should be easy)
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[http://www.loria.fr/presentation-en Loria] [http://www.loria.fr/access-en/acceder/the-way-to-loria/view?set_language=en Coming to Loria] [[http://www.loria.fr/presentation-en|Loria]] [[http://cado.gforge.inria.fr/workshop/venue.html|Coming to Loria (webpage from another event, don't be confused).]]
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[http://maps.google.fr/maps?f=q&hl=fr&geocode=&ie=UTF8&ll=48.665497,6.157295&spn=0.002643,0.00501&t=h&z=18 Google Maps] [[http://maps.google.fr/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&ie=UTF8&ll=48.665497,6.157295&spn=0.002643,0.00501&t=h&z=18|Google Maps]]
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=== Accomodations ===

  * [[http://www.ot-nancy.fr/uk/centre_historique/index.php|Finding an hotel in Nancy.]]

  * We will also coordinate a group reservation at the youth hostel: [[http://www.fuaj.org/Nancy#|Un petit coin de paradis]]. Sign up in the [[Days_10_Youth_Hostel_Page]] if you're interested.
=== Close events ===

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.
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[http://www.inria.fr/ INRIA]

=== PhD students attendance support ===

Thanks to funds donated by our sponsors, we are able to support attendance costs for a small number of PhD students.
Interested students should apply directly per mail to Paul Zimmermann (<[email protected]>).
   * {{http://ljk.imag.fr/membres/Laurent.Fousse/lorraine.png}}
   * [[http://www.grand-nancy.org/|Communauté Urbaine du Grand Nancy]]
   * [[http://www.uhp-nancy.fr/|University Nancy 1 Henri Poincaré]]
   * [[http://www.inria.fr/|INRIA]]
   * [[http://www.gdr-im.fr/|GDR IM]]

Sage days 10 in Nancy (France)

October 10 to 15, 2008 at the Lorraine Laboratory of IT Research and its Applications (Loria)

Registration

Please register on the registration website.

See the list of participants.

Program committee

  • Michael Abshoff
  • Timothy Daly
  • Laurent Fousse
  • Clément Pernet
  • Ludovic Perret
  • Paul Zimmermann

The following program is preliminary.

Program:

See the full program in pdf format.

Standard day schedule is as follows:

  • 09h30-10h00 Arrival/registration
  • 10h00-11h00 Invited Talk 1
  • 11h00-11h30 Coffee Break
  • 11h30-12h00 Contributed Talk 1
  • 12h00-14h00 Lunch Break
  • 14h00-15h00 Invited Talk 2
  • 15h00-15h30 Coffee Break
  • 15h30-16h00 Contributed Talk 2
  • 16h00-16h30 Contributed Talk 3

The Sage Days 10 dinner will take place on the 11th.

Coding Sprint

Overview page

Dinner on Saturday

The dinner is at grand cafe foy - train 1 station cathedral, if you look into the train's direction, turn left. then:

click here to see how to walk from the station "Cathedrale" to the place (I'm not sure about the starting point, but it should be easy)

Location:

Loria Coming to Loria (webpage from another event, don't be confused).

   LORIA
   Campus Scientifique
   54506 Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy
   France

Google Maps

Accomodations

Close events

You may be interested in the CADO project workshop which will occur at the same place, October 7-9.

Sponsors

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