The workshop “Women in Algebra and Symbolic Computations II” has been scheduled from Monday, November 29 to Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at the Kurpark-Hotel in Bad Dürkheim. The main organizers are Birte Johansson, Michael Kunte, Gunter Malle, Hannah Markwig, Laura Voggesberger and Gabriela Weitze-Schmithüsen.
The conference is dedicated to the promotion of female researchers in the research area of our TRR. Hence the algebraic disciplines group and representation theory, algebraic geometry, commutative and non-commutative algebra, tropical and polyhedral geometry, number theory as well as random matrix theory and free probability are included. These mathematical fields are connected through symbolic methods and computations.
We are aiming at providing a stimulating platform for female researchers – networking is one of the main objectives of the workshop. This includes established female researches as well as Postdocs and graduate students. Male participants are very welcome and encouraged to attend.
|Speaker||Field of research||Home University||Title of the talk|
|Bettina Eick||Computational Group Theory||Technische Universität Braunschweig||On the classification of p-groups|
|Marta Panizzut||Tropical Geometry||Technische Universität Berlin||A tropical count of real bitangents to plane quartic curves|
|Karen Vogtmann||Algebraic Geometry/Topology||University of Warwick||Euler characteristics of spaces of graphs|
Here is the preliminary schedule:
Registered for the conference are (registration deadline has expired):
|Sofia Bettina Brenner|
|Maria Cumplido Cabello|
|Vanishree Krishna Kirekod|
|Anna Franziska Michael|
Because of the rapidly increasing number of corona cases, we want to switch to a 2G concept to be on the safe side. That means: We only ask people to come to the conference who are fully vaccinated or have recovered. A test certificate without proof of vaccination/recovering is not longer sufficient. Please do not travel if you have symptoms of a cold. In addition, we will provide rapid corona tests on site and also ask vaccinated or recovered people to test themselves.
Impressions on the conference
Some impressions on the 2021 conference can be found here.