Sage Days 82 : Women in Sage (2017)
January 9 - 13, 2017 Paris area, France
Official French title and pun: Les SageMath Femmes
Sage Days 82 : Women in Sage (2017)
These Sage days are a special event for women* who develop in SageMath or wish to learn Sage. They will include introduction presentations, self training, and teamwork on specific projects.
This event is fully funded by the OpenDreamKit project.
*The application / invitation process is limited to women, nevertheless all activities of the workshop will be public and open to every one.
Viviane Pons is a researcher in combinatorics and a Maître de conférences (associate professor) in Paris-Sud University (Orsay). She is part of the OpenDreamKit project and has been using and contributing to Sage since 2010.
Jessica Striker's research is in combinatorics, with connections to algebra, geometry, and physics. She is an assistant professor at North Dakota State University and has been contributing to Sage since 2013.
The workshop is mostly organized at a rented house in Ris-Orangis (Paris area, RER D):
19 bis avenue des Marronniers - 91130 RIS-ORANGIS (around 30 kilometers soth-east of Paris)
Monday morning, we will be at Institut Henri Poincarré in Paris.
Instruction to go to the house:
by train: RER D, station "Ris-Orangis".
From Roissy airport: take RER B up to Gare du Nord then change to RER D to Ris-Orangis (direction Corbeil Essone, check on the board that the train goes there)
From Orly Airport : take Orly bus to Denfert Rochereau, then RER B to Chatelet les Halles (direction north) then RER D to Ris-Orangis (direction Corbeil Essone, check on the board that the train goes there). Another option is to take Orlyval to Antony where you can take the RER B to Chatelet les Halles.
Applications are now closed, The house is full! Never the less, even though we cannot provide more lodging, you are free to join us during the day. Please let us know by sending an email to: [email protected] .
Leaving the house
Back to the house
Coding Cafe with Pyladies
- Mary Baker, Tarleton State Univ.
- Jennifer Balakrishnan, Boston univ.
- Judith Braunsteiner, TU Wien
- Justine Falque, Univ. Paris-Sud
- Emily Gunawan, Gustavus Adolphus College
- Sonia Ionica, Univ. de Picardie
- Evgeniya Ishchukova, Southern Fed. Univ. Taganrog
- Rachel Karpman, The Ohio State University
- Elisa Lorenzo García, Univ. Rennes 1
- Ekaterina Maro, Southern Fed. Univ. Taganrog
- Turku Ozlum CELIK, Univ. Rennes 1
- Viviane Pons, Univ. Paris-Sud
- Christelle Rovetta, UPMC
- Anna Somoza, Univ. Politectica de Catalunya
- Manon Stipulanti, Univ. Liege
- Jessica Striker, North Dakota State
- Lama Tarsissi, Univ. Savoie Mont-Blanc
- Eleni Tzanaki, Univ. of Crete
Combinatorics of words
Lama: Christoffel words, Stern-Brocot tree, Continued fraction, Balanced words.
Manon: Pascal triangles, k-regular sequences, abstract numeration systems, Cobham's theorems.
Eleni: polytopes, Minkowski sum, Minkowski decomposition, hyperplane arrangements
Judith: combinatorial representation theory, special orthogonal group, vacillating tableaux, branching rules
Emily: Cluster algebras, Laurent Phenomenon algebras, algebraic combinatorics, frieze pattern
Rachel: positroids, cluster algebras, flag varieties, networks
Justine: Permutation groups, profile, age algebra, relational structures
Viviane: Weak order, Tamari lattice, posets
Mary: Quantum Shuffle Algebra, KLR Algebra, PBW Bases
Christelle: Markov chains, queueing networks, perfect simulation
Anna: Schottky problem, Sato-Tate conjecture
Turku Ozlum: geometry, algebra, cryptography
Elisa: Low genus curves, curves invariants, jacobians curves.
Sorina Ionica: curve-based cryptography, number theory, algorithms
Cryptanalysis of block ciphers
Ekaterina: solving nonlinear systems of equations, SAT solving, algebraic cryptanalysis
Evgeniya: Block cipher, cryptanalysis, secret key, parallel computations
Invariant of curves
Anna, Elisa, Sorina
Sage Package for Khovanov-Lauda-Rouquier (KLR) algebras
Snake graph cluster algebra