Computational Algebraic Geometry @ FoCM'11

July 8-10, 2011
Budapest, Hungary

The workshop is part of the triennial conference organized by the society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics hosted in Budapest, July 4-14 2011.

The aim of this workshop is to present new results, algorithms, developments or applications of effective algebraic geometry and computational algebra. We wish this triennial workshop to be a forum for ideas, techniques and applications. We thus would like to encourage the speakers to present their contribution within perspective and for a rather wide ranging audience.

Friday 8th:
14:00-14:45: Teresa Krick : On arithmetic implicitation problems and effective Nullstellensatze
14:50-15:35: Martin Sombra : Overdetermined systems of lacunary polynomials
15:40-16:25: Gregory Smith : Equations defining smooth subvarieties of a toric variety
Coffee break
17:00-17:45: André Galligo : Roots of the derivatives of random polynomials and characteristic polynomials of random matrices
17:50-18:35: Wolfram Decker : Integral Bases, Adjoint Ideals, and the Parametrization of Rational Curves

Saturday 9th:
14:00-14:45: Giorgio Ottaviani: Algorithms for tensor decomposition
14:50-15:35: Bernard Mourrain: Tensor decompositions, truncated moment problems and applications
15:40-16:00: Hirotachi Abo : New examples of defective secant varieties of Segre-Veronese varieties
16:05-16:25: Luke Oeding : Toward a Salmon conjecture
Coffee break
17:00-17:45: Saugata Basu : Counting problems in computational algebraic geometry
17:50-18:10: Guillaume Chèze : Computation of Darboux polynomials in polynomial time
18:15-18:35: David Eklund : Dynamic intersections and numerical homotopy methods

Sunday 10th:
14:00-14:45: Aldo Conca : Syzygies of Koszul algebras
14:50-15:35: Seth Sullivant : Identifiability of Phylogenetic Mixture Models
15:40-16:25: Diane MacLagan : The T-graph of Hilbert schemes
Coffee break
17:00-17:45: Dan Bates: Khovanskii-Rolle continuation for finding real solutions of polynomial systems
17:50-18:35: Agnes Szanto : Subresultants in Multiple Roots

List of abstracts

Related plenary talk: Mike Stillman, Cornell University, USA, on July 10th, 9:00-10:00.


Laurent Busé,
INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France

Carlos D'Andrea,
University of Barcelona, Spain

Chris Peterson
Colorado State University, USA

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Related workshops of FOCM'11: Computational Number theory, Real-number complexity, Symbolic Analysis.