Applied Algebra Days 2

Image Courtesy of Joy Wang

Schedule of Talks

Note that there will be an Applied Algebra seminar given by Boaz Nadler (Weizmann Institute of Science) at 11am, May 9, in 901 Van Vleck.

Location: Rachel Ward's talk on Friday is in B239 Van Vleck.
On Saturday, Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery, The University of Wisconsin
Take the elevator behind Aldo's coffee shop (NE corner) to the 3rd floor.
On Sunday, B231 Van Vleck.

Dates: May 9-11, 2014

Main Speakers:
Richard Blahut, ECE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Babak Hassibi, EE, California Institute of Technology
Amit Singer, Mathematics and PACM, Princeton University
Caroline Uhler, Institute of Science and Technology, Austria
Judy Walker, Mathematics, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Rachel Ward, Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin

Contributed Talks:
Andrew Bridy, University of Wisconsin
Hamza Fawzi, MIT
Katherine Morrison, UNCO
Ting-Ting Nan, University of Wisconsin
Patrik Noren, IST
Onur Ozyesil, Princeton
Deepti Pachauri, University of Wisconsin
Jose Rodriguez, Berkeley
James Saunderson, MIT
Christian Senger, Toronto
Tyson Williams, University of Wisconsin
Piotr Zwiernik, Berkeley

Nigel Boston, Mathematics and ECE, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Shamgar Gurevich, Mathematics, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Jordan Ellenberg, Mathematics, University of Wisconsin - Madison

See the schedule - the meeting will begin with Rachel Ward's Colloquium in B239 Van Vleck at 4pm on Friday, May 9. Coffee and cookies will be served beforehand on the 9th floor of Van Vleck.

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Union South hotel for the Friday and Saturday nights. People funded by us will have their rooms paid for directly at the Union South. If you would like us to book you a room there, please let us know no later than April 4. Another possibility is Lowell Center.

There is no registration fee, but please let us know if you plan to attend so that we can order sufficient coffee and snacks.

Funding for U.S.-based graduate students and others is available but is limited.
Please email Nigel Boston at by April 4 to inquire.

This workshop is supported by NSF RTG award DMS-0838210 and by the Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin.