Seminar Algebra and Discrete Mathematics

This is the research seminar of the Instiute of Algebra, where we discuss ongoing research activities of ourselves and visitors. Students considering to do a bachelor's or master's or phd thesis at the institute are welcome to participate in the seminar in order to get a flavor of what we are doing. As a JKU student, you can get credits for attending the seminar if you give a talk. If you want to do this, please contact Manuel Kauers in order to discuss possible topics. Even if you don't want to give a talk but only listen to what we are doing, please register for the seminar in KUSSS. (No negative credits will be issued for people dropping out during the semester, or for attendees who don't want to contribute a talk.)

Unless otherwise stated, the seminar takes place on Tuesdays, 12.00--13.30 in S2 044.


07.03.2016Manuel Kauers: Creative Telescoping
15.03.2016Carl Maxson: Mappings and Groups
05.04.2016Hui Huang: Limits of C-finite and Algebraic Sequences
07.04.201612.30--13.30 S3 047 Wen-Fong Ke: On simple nearings with identity
12.04.2016Gleb Pogudin: The primitive element theorem for differential fields
19.04.2016Sofia Maroschek: The Schreier-Sims Algorithm
26.04.2016Bernhard Kepplinger: Invariant Theory for Finite Matrix-Groups
03.05.2016Ulrike Anlauf: Rational Reconstruction
10.05.2016Georg Grasegger: Solving First-Order Algebraic ODEs using Parametrizations of Curves
24.05.2016Gary Peterson: Problems in the Theory of Compatible Extensions of Nearrings
31.05.2016Matteo Gallet: Projections of Rational Curves
07.06.2016Peter Fuchs: Homogeneous maps over perfect rings
14.06.2016Rika Yatchak: Asymptotic guesses for 3D lattice walks in the positive octant
21.06.2016Georg Regensburger: Integro-differential operators with polynomial coefficients
23.06.201613.45--15.15 S2 048 Joseph Kung: Differential Symmetric Functions
28.06.2016Sofia Maroschek: The Schreier-Sims Algorithm
10.08.201610.00--11.30 S3 048 Sergei Paramonov: Undecidable problems about rational solutions connected with partial differential and difference equations