How to submit a talk

The talks are always submitted to session organizers after the announcement of the proposed (and accepted) Special Sessions (see the below list and follow the link in the name of the session for specific information). Within each session, talks are traditionally 1/2 hour in length (including time for questions), although hour long expository lectures occasionally occur.

One who wants to submit a talk to a Special Session must send by e-mail the following information to a session organizer:

The deadline for talk submissions has been extended to 15 May, 2013.


Special Sessions

  1. Session 1: Computer Algebra in Education

    Michel Beaudin, Michael Wester, José Luis Galán García, Alkis Akritas, Bill Pletsch, Elena Varbanova.

  2. Session 2: Computer Algebra for Dynamical Systems and Celestial Mechanics

    Victor Edneral, Aleksandr Myllari, Valery Romanovski, Nikolay Vassiliev.

  3. Session 3: Algebraic and Algorithmic Aspects of Differential and Integral Operators Session

    Moulay Barkatou, Thomas Cluzeau, Georg Regensburger, Markus Rosenkranz.

  4. Session 4: Computer Algebra in Coding Theory and Cryptography

    Ilias Kotsireas, Edgar Martínez-Moro.

  5. Session 5: Nonstandard Applications of Computer Algebra

    Francisco Botana, Antonio Hernando, Eugenio Roanes-Lozano, Michael Wester.

  6. Session 6: Arithmetic of Algebraic Curves

    Jean-Marc Couveignes, Nicola Pagani, Tony Shaska.

  7. Session 7: Applications and Libraries development in DERIVE and TI-NSPIRE

    José Luis Galán García, Pedro Rodríguez Cielos, Gabriel Aguilera Venegas, Josef Böhm.

  8. Session 8: Computer Algebra in Algebraic Statistics

    Hugo Maruri-Aguilar, Eduardo Sáenz-de-Cabezón, Henry P. Wynn.

  9. Session 9: Computer algebra, quantum computing and quantum information processing

    Vladimir Gerdt, Alexander Prokopenya, Yoshio Uwano.

  10. Session 10: Computer algebra in algebraic topology and its applications

    Aniceto Murillo, Pedro Real, Eduardo Sáenz-de-Cabezón.

  11. Session 11: Symbolic and Numerical Methods: Practical Applications

    José Manuel González Vida, Tomás Morales de Luna, María Luz Muñoz Ruiz.