TU Braunschweig, Germany, June 7-8, 2019
The aim of this workshop is to bring together different researchers in
applied algebra, very broadly interpreted, from in and outside of Germany.
Simultaneously, this is a kick-off workshop of the new research group on Applied Algebra at the Department of Mathematics at the TU Braunschweig.
We will have a poster session on Friday afternoon giving early career researchers (master students, PhD students, and postdocs) the opportunity to present their work.
You can find the list of presenters for poster session below.
In order to register for the conference, please send an email to Oguzhan Yürük via yuruk(at)math.tu-berlin.de including:
|09:00-09:30||Registration and Welcome|
University of Washington, Seattle
|Graph density inequalities and sums of squares.|
University of Oslo
|The adjoint of a polytope.|
University of Siegen
|Chevalley’s Theorem on constructible images made constructive.|
|Classification of groups of prime-power order.|
University of Osnabrück
|16:00-17:30||Coffee break and poster session|
|around 18:30||Dinner at Sultana|
|From topology to algebraic geometry and back again.|
|Will you draw me a complex polynomial?|
University of Bielefeld
|Solving the recombination equation.|
|Optimal size of linear matrix inequalities in semidefinite approaches to polynomial optimization.|
Georgia Tech / University of Regensburg
|Tropicalization and analytification of semialgebraic sets|
Jacobs University, Bremen
|The Fundamental Theorem for Algebra: analytic, algorithmic, and algebraic aspects.|
This workshop will by hosted by the Department of Mathematics of the TU Braunschweig.
The venue for the workshop will be the Architekturpavillon at Pockelsstraße 4, 38106 Braunschweig.
The Architekturpavillon is located in the Main Campus of TU Braunschweig. It can be accessed through Pockelsstraße 4 (Altgebäude).
For the detailed location check the
map of the Main Campus,
where Architekturpavillon is shown with number 2.
In order to reach to Main Campus from Braunschweig Main Station, you can use the following public transport stops:
The cannonical choice for lunch is Mensa, which is located in Katharinestraße 1 (see number 10 on the campus map). Mensa is open on Saturdays and offers vegeterian and vegan options as well.
You can find daily mealplan of Mensa here.
For other options around the venue, see the list of restaurants below.
Here is a list of accomodations in Braunschweig. Since Braunschweig is of moderate size, the university can be reached by foot in maximally 20-25 minutes from all places. Public transportation is also available.Two cheap options are:
The support by the following organizations is gratefully acknowledged.