ScopeAlgebraic, number theoretic and topological aspects of rings, algebras and polynomials, including
- Integer-valued polynomials
- Polynomial functions
- Multiplicative ideal theory
- Topological methods in ring theory
- Zariski-Riemann spaces of valuation domains
- Factorization theory in rings and semigroups
- Module theory and linear algebra over rings
- Dedekind, Prüfer, and Krull domains and generalizations
- David ADAM (Univ. of French Polynesia)
- Matej BREŠAR (University of Ljubljana)
- Lee KLINGLER (Florida Atlantic Univ.)
- PARK Mi Hee (Chung-Ang Univ., Seoul)
- Giulio PERUGINELLI (U. Padova)
- Agata SMOKTUNOWICZ (U. Edinburgh)
- Anna SZUMOWICZ (U.Paris, Sorbonne)
- Jean-Luc Chabert (Univ. de Picardie, France)
- Marco Fontana (Roma Tre University, Italy),
- Alfred Geroldinger (University of Graz, Austria)
- Sarah Glaz (University of Connecticut, USA)
- Franz Halter-Koch (University of Graz, Austria)
- Irena Swanson (Reed College, USA)
- Abstract submission: May 18, 2020
- Notification of acceptance for contributed talks: May 27, 2020
- Registration (and fee payment): June 1, 2020
- Late registration (fee may be higher): anytime
We will publish conference proceedings (jointly with the meeting on
integer-valued polynomials at the CIRM in Dec. 2020) with Springer,
in the same format and series as the proceedings of the conference in Graz 2016.
The proceedings volume will be dedicated to the memory of Paul-Jean Cahen.
Conference participants are encouraged to submit original research papers (about 15-20 pages long, as a guideline) on topics within the scope of the conference. Some survey articles on selected topics of importance may also be published (details to be discussed at the conference).
The submitted articles will be refereed to the standards of a respectable algebra journal.
Conference participants planning to submit a paper to the proceedings are asked to declare their intention to the organizers at the conference and to submit their papers by November 30, 2020.
The Institute of
Analysis and Number Theory at
Steyrergasse 30, 8010 Graz, Austria.
Sophie Frisch, Amr Almaktry,
Victor Fadinger, Sarah Nakato, Daniel Windisch
This conference at the Institute of Analysis and Number Theory of Technische Universität Graz (TU Graz), July 20-25, 2020, continues the series of ring-theory conferences that have been held alternatingly at the two math departments in Graz since 2012 - at TU in 2012, at KFU in 2014, at TU in 2016, and at KFU in 2018. We hope to see the participants of the previous events again in Graz 2020, as well as many new participants.