Workshop Near-rings and Closed Function Systems at Linz, Austria,
on July, 20 and 21, 2007
Preceding the 20th International Conference on Near-rings and Near-fields at Linz, there
will be a workshop "An Introduction to Near-rings and Closed Function Systems"
by the Upper Austria
University of Applied Sciences, Campus Hagenberg and the
Institute of Algebra
at the Johannes Kepler University Linz,
The aim of this workshop is to give an introduction to Near-ring Theory
and Clone Theory and to the connections between these two fields.
- Erhard Aichinger, Linz, Austria:
An introduction to near-ring theory and some of its fundamental results.
- Jürgen Ecker, Hagenberg, Austria: SONATA and the use of computers in near-ring theory.
- Dragan Masulovic, Novi Sad, Serbia: An introduction to clone theory and its connections to near-rings.
- Gary Peterson,
Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA: Fundamentals of endomorphism nearrings.
- Günter Pilz, Linz, Austria: Applications of Near-rings.
- Stuart Scott, Auckland, New Zealand: An introductory nearring talk
entitled `Tame Theory is not too tame'.
E-mail address for the workshop:
nearrings2007 AT algebra.uni-linz.ac.at.
Please use the registration form for the
near-ring conference to register for the workshop. There will be a fee of EUR 20 for
this workshop. For students, the workshop fee will be waived.
Please organize the room by yourself, e.g. by
using the room reservation form for the
- Room reservation at the hotel Sommerhaus-Julius Raab Heim:
May, 31st, 2007.
- Registration for the workshop:
May, 31st, 2007.
Dates for the workshop
On Saturday, July 21st, 2007, the workshop will take place
in the lecture halls and computer labs of
the Upper Austria
University of Applied Sciences at Hagenberg. There will
be a bus from the hotel Sommerhaus to Hagenberg starting
at 9:30 a.m. This bus will take you back from Hagenberg
at 6:15 p.m. to the hotel Sommerhaus.
- Friday, July, 20th, 2007, 10:00 a.m., Lecture Hall HS 8, Johannes Kepler
University Linz: Start of the workshop.
- Saturday, July, 21st, 6:00 p.m.: End of the workshop.
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Aichinger. Last modified on February, 19th, 2007.