The idea is that people from the different departments (RICAM, RISC, Algebra department,...) and generally all who are interested in algebra come together and give a brief overview of their current research -- just so that people know what the others are doing.

To fit everybody, presentations should be no longer than 10 minutes, preferably on blackboard, and aiming at a general algebraic audience. If you plan to talk, please send a title to Peter Mayr.

Planned schedule:

- 9:00, Carsten Schneider: Symbolic Summation
- 9:15, Franz Winkler: Rational Algebraic Curves
- 9:30, Erhard Aichinger: Clones of polynomials
- 9:45, Clemens Raab: Symbolic Integration
- 10:00, Peter Mayr: Describing polynomial functions implicitly

- 10:30, Georg Regensburger, Markus Rosenkranz: Algebra of Boundary Problems and Integral Operators
- 10:45, Silviu Radu: Partition Congruences
- 11:00, Josef Schicho: Dual Quaternions and Movements in Space
- 11:15, Günter Pilz: Agriculture and Algebra
- 11:30, David Sevilla: Radical parametrizations of curves
- 11:45, Veronika Pillwein: Inequalities

- 13:45, Manuel Kauers: Together
- 14:00, Gary Peterson: Compatible extensions of near-rings
- 14:15, Arne Winterhof: Nonlinear recurrences over finite fields
- 14:30, Stuart Scott: What the solution of the n-gen problem is beginning to look like
- 14:45, Franz Binder: Algorithms for transformation near-rings
- 15:00, Gabor Hegedus: The Lex game and an application

- 15:30, Jonathan Farley: Matchings in the Permutation Lattice
- 15:45, Gottlieb Pirsic: Digital sequences and hyperplane nets
- 16:00, Tim Boykett: Polynomials and Order-preserving functions on lattices
- 16:15, Zafeirakis Zafeirakopoulos: Real Root Isolation
- 16:30, Gerhard Wendt: Near-rings with fixedpointfree units