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* '''Le coefficients for Lfunctions''' [[http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~alina/Alina Bucur]] (UC San Diego) * '''Solving Sunit Equations in Sage''Beth Malmskog (Villanova University)' 
* '''Li coefficients for Lfunctions''' [[http://www.math.ucsd.edu/~alina/Alina Bucur]] (UC San Diego) * '''Solving Sunit Equations in Sage''' Beth Malmskog (Villanova University)' 
Sage Days 62: Women in Sage 5
Sage is a mathematics software package, developed by and for the mathematical community. It aims to become a viable alternative to commercial software packages on the basis of an opensource model.
This 4day workshop will include talks, tutorials, and time spent in small project groups developing Sage code. We will focus on various aspects of computational number theory with the dual goals of enhancing the Sage library, and increasing the number of women in the community of Sage developers.
Online applications due May 23rd. Apply Here. Participants will receive lodging and most meals as well as limited funding for travel.
Dates/Location
July 28August 1, 2014 near Portland, Oregon at The Lodge at Welches
Projects
Li coefficients for Lfunctions Alina Bucur (UC San Diego)
Solving Sunit Equations in Sage Beth Malmskog (Villanova University)'
Modular Forms TuneUp Holly Swisher (Oregon State University)
Schedule
Monday: Checkin late afternoon
Tuesday: TBD
Wednesday: TBD
Thursday: TBD
Friday: Checkout late morning
Participants
Alejandra Alvarado (Eastern Illinois University)
Heidi Goodson (University of Minnesota)
Karen Kohl (University of Southern Mississippi)
 Alicia Marino (Wesleyan University)
 Laura Peskin (University of British Columbia)
Kate Thompson (Davidson College)
Christelle Vincent (Stanford University)
Mckenzie West (Emory Universtiy)
Getting Started
Installing Sage You will want to do the full build with the source code, not the binaries.
Getting a Trac Account This process can take a few days, start this as soon as possible.
Other Info
Organizers: Anna Haensch (MPIM/Duquesne), Lola Thompson (Oberlin)
 Funding: Microsoft Research (via Kristin Lauter) and The Beatrice Yormark Fund for Women in Mathematics