Joint MATHEXPPolSys Seminar. (Archive)


This seminar focuses mainly on computer algebra algorithms and implementations for solving mathematical problems exactly, with a special focus on polynomial system solving and its broad range of applications.

Among others, topics which are covered are:
  • Foundational computer algebra algorithms for polynomials, series and matrices
  • Polynomial system solving with algebraic and/or certified numerical methods
  • Applications of non-linear algebra algorithms such as cryptography, polynomial optimization, and computational geometry
We also organize reading groups on important computer algebra algorithms.
Location
LIP6 (UMR CNRS 7606)
Campus Pierre-et-Marie-Curie
Sorbonne Université
4 place Jussieu
75005 Paris, France
or
Inria Saclay – Île-de-France
Bâtiment Alan Turing
Campus de l'École polytechnique
1 rue Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves
91120 Palaiseau, France
Organizers
Former Organizers
2020/09/01 – 2021/08/31

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Upcoming seminars and events

  • 14th Oct. 2022, Inria Saclay 11:00
    seminar

    Walks avoiding a quadrant and the reflection principle
    Michael Wallner
    Institute of Discrete Mathematics and Geometry, TU Wien

  • 18th Nov. 2022, LIP6 11:00
    seminar

    Sylvester forms and elimination matrices
    Laurent Busé
    Team Aromath, Centre Inria d'Université Côte d'Azur

  • 25th Nov. 2022, LIP6 11:00
    seminar with GT TC

    Guessing with Little Data
    Christoph Koutschan
    Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics

  • 25th Nov. 2022, LIP6 14:00
    seminar with GT TC

    Gerrymandering
    Manuel Kauers
    Institut für Algebra, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz

  • 25th Nov. 2022, LIP6 15:00
    seminar with GT TC

    TBA
    Claudia Fevola
    Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften

  • Sept. – Dec. 2023
    conference

    Thematic program at Institut Henri Poincaré on Recent Trends in Computer Algebra.
    See here for the program and here (IHP page).

  • 2024
    conference