1.ICERM Semester Program: Computational Aspects of the Langlands Program 
Dates  09 Sep 2015 → 04 Dec 2015  [ID=628176] 
Location  Brown University, Providence, United States 
Abstract  During the semester we will focus on three specific aspects of the Langlands program. First, we will look at elliptic curves over number fields and genus 2 curves over the rationals and will consider their relationship to modular forms. Second, we will consider computational aspects of modular forms in higher rank. Specifically, we will examine K3 surfaces and their connections to modular forms on orthogonal groups. Our third topic concerns analytic aspects of Lfunctions, building upon and complementing the algebraic, arithmetic, and geometric data. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/spf15/ 
 
2.MATH2015 — 1er WorkShop sur les Mathématiques 
Dates  28 Nov 2015 → 30 Nov 2015  [ID=728901] 
Location  Bouira, Algeria 
Abstract  Cette manifestation se veut un lieu convivial de rencontres, de discussions et déchanges. 
Topics  1. Théorie des Graphes. 2. Équations différentielles, Équations aux Dérivées Partielles, Systèmes Dynamiques et Contrôle Optimal. 3. Programmation mathématique. 4. Optimisation. 5. Processus Stochastiques. 6. Algèbre et Géométrie. 
Weblink  http://conferences.univbouira.dz 
Contact  Dr. Louadj Kahina / Présidente du comité dorganisation, Université de Bouira, Algérie; Email: workshopmathbouira@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Graph Theory and Combinatorics; Calculus, Differential Equations and Integration 
 
3.AIM Workshop: Automorphic kernel functions 
Dates  30 Nov 2015 → 04 Dec 2015  [ID=706510] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will focus on the study of automorphic kernel functions as used in various versions of the trace formula. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/automorphkernel 
 
4.MAG2015 — Algebra and Geometry Meeting 
Dates  02 Dec 2015 → 04 Dec 2015  [ID=758168] 
Location  Barcelona, Spain 
Abstract  Algebra and Geometry Meeting MAG2015 , at the Universitat de Barcelona. 
Weblink  https://sites.google.com/site/agmeeting2015/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
5.Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar 
Start date  05 Dec 2015  [ID=758156] 
Location  Los Angeles, CA, United States 
Abstract  Southern California Algebraic Geometry Seminar , at UCLA. 
Weblink  https://sites.google.com/site/socalags/ southerncaliforniaalgebraicgeometryseminarfall2015 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
6.International Conference on Function Spaces and Inequalities 
Dates  08 Dec 2015 → 12 Dec 2015  [ID=748428] 
Location  Department of Mathematics, South Asian University,, India 
Abstract  The Department of Mathematics of South Asian University, New Delhi will be hosting an International Conference on 'Function Spaces and Inequalities' during December 812, 2015. The aim of the conference is to bring together experts from all over the world working in the topics of Function Spaces and Inequalities. Some of the topics (but not restricted to) are the following: (Variable/Grand/Small) Lebesgue Spaces, Orlicz Spaces, Lorentz Spaces, Sobolev Spaces, Morrey Spaces, Sequence spaces, Weight Theory, Integral Operators of Hardy Type, Sobolev Type Imbeddings, Function Algebras, Banach Algebras, Spaces & Algebras of Analytic Functions, Geometry of Banach Spaces, Isometries of Function Spaces, (Weighted) Integral and Discrete Inequalities, Convexity Theory, Harmonic Analysis. 
Weblink  http://fsiconf.sau.int 
 
7.Geometric representation theory 
Dates  14 Dec 2015 → 16 Dec 2015  [ID=713332] 
Location  Sunshine Coast, Australia 
Abstract  conference on geometric representation theory . 
Weblink  https://sites.google.com/site/masoudkomi/mooloolaba 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
8.Geometric and categorical representation theory 
Dates  14 Dec 2015 → 18 Dec 2015  [ID=706900] 
Location  Sunshine Coast, Australia 
Abstract  The conference will feature prominent international experts in geometric and categorical representation theory. The focus will be on areas currently enjoying a large amount of international attention, including interactions between representation theory, algebraic geometry, symplectic geometry, and number theory. The conference aims to bring some of the best mathematicians in these areas to Australia in order to strengthen the ties between the Australian and international geometric representation theory communities. There is financial support available, especially for grad students and postdoctoral fellows. 
Weblink  http://sites.google.com/site/masoudkomi/mooloolaba 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Number Theory, Arithmetic 
 
9.Riemann Legacy Conference 
Dates  28 Dec 2015 → 30 Dec 2015  [ID=657694] 
Location  Sanya, Hainan, China 
Abstract  There are only a few mathematicians in the history whose works and questions are still intensively studied after 150 years by many people in the original form and are continuing to provide inspiration to generations to come. Bernhard Riemann is one such mathematician. It is rare, however, that a hundred years after a man's work, his ideas and methods are learnt and used by people in the field in essentially the same form in which he left them. His work has been analyzed, amplified and generalized in many ways in many fields, but a good part of his mathematical output has withstood the test of time and the search for new perspectives remarkably well. This is not to imply that new perspectives have not been found but simply that in many instances, Riemann's own approach has not been superseded definitely.To help the mathematics community to understand better the work of Riemann and its impact, Professor S.T. Yau and several of us are launching one book project with the title: The legacy of Bernhard Riemann after one hundred and fifty years. It will consist of systematic contributions by leading experts around the world on subjects or topics influenced by Riemann. 
Weblink  http://msc.tsinghua.edu.cn/sanya/2015/LBR2015/synopsis organizers.aspx 
 
10.String Mathematics 2015 
Dates  31 Dec 2015 → 04 Jan 2016  [ID=657725] 
Location  Sanya, Hainan, China 
Abstract  String theory plays a central role in theoretical physics as a candidate for the quantum theory unifying gravity with other interactions. It has profound connections with broad branches of modern mathematics ever since the birth. In the last decades, the prosperous interaction, built upon the joint efforts from both mathematicians and physicists, has given rise to marvelous deep results in supersymmetric gauge theory, topological string, Mtheory and duality on the physics side as well as in algebraic geometry, differential geometry, algebraic topology, representation theory and number theory on the mathematics side. The interplay is twofold. The mathematics has provided powerful tools to fulfill the physical interconnection of ideas and clarify physical structures to understand the nature of string theory. On the other hand, ideas from string theory and quantum field theory have been a source of significant inspirations to reveal surprising mathematical structures and create new spectrums of mathematics. The aim of the StringMath annual conference is to bring together researchers working at the rapidly developing interface of these two academic fields to exchange current significant ideas and explore future directions. 
Weblink  http://msc.tsinghua.edu.cn/sanya/StringMath2015/home.aspx 
Related subject(s)  High Energy Physics, Particles and Fields 
 
11.New Challenges in Reverse Mathematics 
Dates  03 Jan 2016 → 16 Jan 2016  [ID=748843] 
Location  Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National Univ, Singapore 
Abstract  The central theme of Reverse Mathematics is calibrating the strength of classical mathematical theorems in terms of the axioms needed to prove them; this calibration also takes into account recursiontheoretic complexity measures and consistency strength. 
Weblink  http://www2.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/016reverse/ 
 
12.VBAC2016 — Vector Bundles on Algebraic Curves 2016 
Dates  11 Jan 2016 → 15 Jan 2016  [ID=758120] 
Location  Lausanne, Switzerland 
Abstract  VBAC2016 (Vector Bundles on Algebraic Curves 2016), Higgs Bundles and Hitchin System, at the Centre Interfacultaire Bernoulli. 
Weblink  http://bernoulli.epfl.ch/PublicEvent.php?event=1079 
 
13.GermanIsraeli Workshop in Algebraic and Tropical Geometry 
Dates  11 Jan 2016 → 15 Jan 2016  [ID=758132] 
Location  Ramat Gan, Israel 
Abstract  GermanIsraeli Workshop in Algebraic and Tropical Geometry , at BarIlan University. 
Weblink  http://homepage.ruhrunibochum.de/arkadius.kalka/workshopJan2016/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
14.Semidefinite and Matrix Methods for Optimization and Communication 
Dates  18 Jan 2016 → 28 Feb 2016  [ID=748717] 
Location  Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National Univ, Singapore 
Abstract  The program will cover topics in combinatorial optimization, approximation algorithms, and communication complexity and links connecting these areas. A common approach to hard combinatorial optimizations is to look at relaxations of these problems as linear or semidefinite programs. On the algorithmic side, one hopes to show that these relaxations can provide good approximations to the optimal value. On the hardness side, one hopes to show that (ever more complicated) relaxations are still far from the true value. 
Weblink  http://www2.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/016semi/index.php 
 
15.ICERM Semester Program on 'Dimension and Dynamics' 
Dates  01 Feb 2016 → 06 Feb 2016  [ID=748500] 
Location  Institute for Computational and Experimental Resea, United States 
Abstract  During the semester we will focus on three specific aspects of the interaction between these two areas: (i) Ergodic, algebraic and combinatorial methods in dimension theory (ii) Computations in fractal geometry in dynamical systems; and (iii) Fractal geometry and hyperbolic dynamics. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sps16/ 
 
16.Algebraic Geometry in Torino 
Dates  04 Feb 2016 → 05 Feb 2016  [ID=745831] 
Location  Turin, Italy 
Abstract  Algebraic Geometry in Torino (on the occasion of Alberto Collino's retirement), at the University of Torino. 
Weblink  http://www.personalweb.unito.it/alberto.albano/CollinoConference/index.htm 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
17.Ergodic, Algebraic and Combinatorial Methods in Dimension Theory 
Dates  15 Feb 2016 → 19 Feb 2016  [ID=704987] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  There are natural interactions between dimension theory, ergodic theory, additive combinatorics, metric number theory and analysis. Each of these fields provides different perspectives on, and complementary approaches to, the hierarchical structures which appear in fractal geometry.

Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sps16w1/ 
 
18.CIMPAICTPCIMAT School on Moduli of Curves 
Dates  22 Feb 2016 → 04 Mar 2016  [ID=758150] 
Location  Guanajuato, Mexico 
Abstract  CIMPAICTPCIMAT School on Moduli of Curves . 
Weblink  http://moduli2016.eventos.cimat.mx/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
19.CIMPAICTPCIMAT School on Moduli of Curves 
Dates  26 Feb 2016 → 04 Mar 2016  [ID=733502] 
Location  Guanajuato, Mexico 
Abstract  CIMPAICTPCIMAT School on Moduli of Curves . 
Weblink  http://moduli2016.eventos.cimat.mx/ 
Related subject(s)  Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
20.New Developments in Representation Theory 
Dates  06 Mar 2016 → 31 Mar 2016  [ID=748953] 
Location  Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National Univ, Singapore 
Abstract  Collaborative Research: March 631, 2016; Tutorial on Hecke Algebras: March 711, 2016, by Dan Ciubotaru, University of Oxford; Tutorial on Automorphic Descent: March 711, 2016, by Lei Zhang, National University of Singapore; Workshop on New Developments in Representation Theory: March 1425, 2016. 
Weblink  http://www2.ims.nus.edu.sg/Programs/016theory/index.php 
 
21.Fractal Geometry, Hyperbolic Dynamics and Thermodynamical Formalism 
Dates  07 Mar 2016 → 11 Mar 2016  [ID=704901] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  A surprising discovery of 20th century mathematics is that many deterministic systems exhibit random behavior. One of an early examples of chaotic system was Lorenz equation used by meteorologist Edward Lorenz as a simplified model of atmospheric convection. One of the most common mechanisms of stochasticity is the Smale horseshoe appearing near a homoclinic intersection.
The Lorentz attractor and Smale horseshoe are typical examples of fractal invariant sets for dynamical systems. Fractal objects are ubiquitous in dynamics, including invariant sets, invariant measures, invariant foliations et cetera.
Thermodynamical formalism is a powerful tool for studying dimensions of fractal objects. It originated in statistical mechanics, but currently it has applications to many area of mathematics including spectral theory, hyperbolic geometry and probability theory.
The goal of this conference is to bring together experts studying fractal objects in dynamics in order to review recent progress in the field and catalyze further research. 
Weblink  http://icerm.brown.edu/programs/sps16/w2/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
22.Dynamics and Graphs over Finite Fields: Algebraic, Number Theoretic and Algorithmic Aspects 
Dates  28 Mar 2016 → 01 Apr 2016  [ID=669503] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirmmath.fr/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2016&lang=en 
Related subject(s)  Graph Theory and Combinatorics; Number Theory, Arithmetic 
 
23.Hot Topics: Cluster Algebras and WallCrossing 
Dates  28 Mar 2016 → 01 Apr 2016  [ID=748699] 
Location  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States 
Abstract  Cluster algebras were introduced in 2001 by Fomin and Zelevinsky to capture the combinatorics of canonical bases and total positivity in semisimple Lie groups. Since then they have revealed a rich combinatorial and grouptheoretic structure, and have had significant impact beyond these initial subjects, including string theory, algebraic geometry, and mirror symmetry. Recently Gross, Hacking, Keel and Kontsevich released a preprint introducing mirror symmetry techniques into the subject which resolved several longstanding conjectures, including the construction of canonical bases for cluster algebras and positivity of the Laurent phenomenon. This preprint reformulates the basic construction of cluster algebras in terms of scattering diagrams (or wallcrossing structures). This leads to the proofs of the conjectures and to new constructions of elements of cluster algebras. But fundamentally they provide a new tool for thinking about cluster algebras. The workshop will bring together many of the different users of cluster algebras to achieve a synthesis of these new techniques with many of the different aspects of the subject. There will be lecture series on the new techniques, and other lecture series on connections with Lie theory, quiver representation theory, mirror symmetry, string theory, and stability conditions. 
Weblink  http://www.msri.org/workshops/783 
 
24.AIM Workshop: Sheaves and modular representations of reductive groups 
Dates  28 Mar 2016 → 01 Apr 2016  [ID=748661] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to recent developments in the representation theory of algebraic groups in positive characteristic. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/sheavemodular 
Related subject(s)  Group Theory 
 
25.British Algebraic Geometry meeting (BrAG) 
Dates  13 Apr 2016 → 15 Apr 2016  [ID=745930] 
Location  Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Abstract  second British Algebraic Geometry meeting (BrAG) , at the School of Mathematics of the University of Edinburgh. 
Weblink  https://sites.google.com/site/bragmeeting/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
26.Local and Global Methods in Algebraic Geometry 
Dates  12 May 2016 → 15 May 2016  [ID=691053] 
Location  Chicago, IL, United States 
Abstract  Local and Global Methods in Algebraic Geometry (in honor of Lawrence Ein), at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). 
Weblink  http://www.math.uic.edu/~ein60 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
27.AIM Workshop: The Galois Theory of Orbits in Arithmetic Dynamics 
Dates  16 May 2016 → 20 May 2016  [ID=748632] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of Galois properties of points in orbits of algebraic maps. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/galarithdyn 
 
28.miniPAGES Workshop: Asymptotic invariants attached to linear series 
Dates  16 May 2016 → 21 May 2016  [ID=733545] 
Location  Cracow, Poland 
Abstract  miniPAGES Workshop: Asymptotic invariants attached to linear series , at the Pedagogical University. 
Weblink  http://minipages.mimuw.edu.pl/index.php/workshopmenuposition 
 
29.Fifteenth International Conference in Approximation Theory 
Dates  22 May 2016 → 25 May 2016  [ID=748747] 
Location  Menger Hotel, San Antonio, United States 
Abstract  These triennial meetings have traditionally been the main general international conferences in Approximation Theory, and are designed to bring together students and researchers from all subareas of the subject. 
Weblink  http://www.math.vanderbilt.edu/~AT15 
 
30.StefFest — Brauer groups, Hopf algebras and monoidal categories.  A conference in honour of Stef Caenepeel on the occasion of his 60th birthday 
Dates  24 May 2016 → 27 May 2016  [ID=747799] 
Location  Turin, Italy 
Abstract  A conference in honour of Stef Caenepeel on the occasion of his 60th birthday.Around 30 invited speakers, mostly coauthors and collaborators of Stef Caenepeel, will present their work on topics related to Brauer groups, Hopf algebras and monoidal categories. A poster session is organized for PhD students and young postdocs who would like to present their results during the meeting. 
Topics  Brauer groups, Hopf algebras and monoidal categories. 
Weblink  http://homepages.vub.ac.be/~hopfalgb/welcome.html 
 
31.Representation Theory Conference 
Dates  02 Jun 2016 → 04 Jun 2016  [ID=747082] 
Location  Uppsala, Sweden 
Abstract  Invited Speakers: Maria Gorelik, Stefan Kolb, Julian Kuelshammer, Erhard Neher, Alisair Savage, Peng Shan, Sarah Scherotzke, 
Weblink  http://www.math.uu.se/forskning/algebraochgeometri/seminarietalgebraochgeometri/konferensrepresentationsteori2015/ 
Contact  Volodymyr Mazorchuk; Email: rt2016@math.uu.se 
 
32.miniPAGES Conference: Varieties with trivial canonical bundles 
Dates  12 Jun 2016 → 18 Jun 2016  [ID=733533] 
Location  Bedlewo (near Poznan), Poland 
Abstract  miniPAGES Conference: Varieties with trivial canonical bundles , at the Conference Center of the Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences. 
Weblink  http://minipages.mimuw.edu.pl/index.php/closingconferencemenuposition 
 
33.RACDG1 — Recent Advances in Complex Differential Geometry 
Dates  13 Jun 2016 → 17 Jun 2016  [ID=749753] 
Location  Toulouse, France 
Abstract  Recent advances in complex differential geometry is a twoweek program covering a wide range of topics in both Kähler and nonKähler geometry and is part of the CIMI thematic trimester Complex Geometry and Beyond. Lectures and seminars will take place at the Institut de Mathématique de Toulouse (Toulouse, France). 
Topics  complex geometry, Kähler manifold, nonKähler manifold, complex algrebraic geometry, complex analysis, metrics, manifold, 
Weblink  http://www.cimi.univtoulouse.fr/complexgeometryandbeyond/en/recentadvancescomplexdifferentialgeometry 
Contact  J. Keller; Email: advances.complex.diff.geom@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Analysis 
 
34.AIM Workshop: Equivariant Derived Algebraic Geometry 
Dates  13 Jun 2016 → 17 Jun 2016  [ID=748515] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will explore computations and examples that will help guide the development of the fledgling field of 'equivariant derived algebraic geometry'. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/equideralggeom 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
35.ICERM Workshop: Algorithmic Coding Theory 
Dates  13 Jun 2016 → 17 Jun 2016  [ID=749663] 
Location  Providence, United States 
Abstract  In the theory of error correcting codes, a sender (Alice) wants to send a message to a receiver (Bob), over a noisy channel. Strategies for Alice and Bob have been studied since the works of Shannon and Hamming from the late 1940's, from many different communities. Coding theory is a fundamental solution to challenges that arise in communication, storage, cryptography, and others; as the world changes, our challenges in these areas change, and the scenario changes for Alice and Bob. Fueled by these new scenarios, coding theory remains a rapidly advancing area of research. One trend in many of these new scenarios in coding theory is the need for algorithmic solutions. For many problems in coding theory, it is possible to come up with nearly optimal solutions (informationtheoretically speaking) which are likely very hard for Alice and Bob to actually implement. The goal of algorithmic coding theory is to design solutions which are not only combinatorially good, but are also computationally efficient. The goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers from several different communities  applied math, theoretical computer science, communications and electrical engineering  to focus on a few quicklymoving topics in algorithmic coding theory. 
Weblink  https://icerm.brown.edu/topical_workshops/tw163act/ 
Contact  Danielle Izzi; Phone: [4013395823]; Email: Danielle.A.Izzi@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Analysis; Applied Maths: Numerical Analysis, Algebra and Computational Mathematics 
 
36.Michigan Summer School on Random Matrices 
Dates  13 Jun 2016 → 24 Jun 2016  [ID=748499] 
Location  Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States 
Abstract  This summer school on random matrices is motivated by the observation that there are several (often) nonoverlapping techniques used in random matrix theory. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for graduate students (and postdocs) to learn these different techniques and acquire the background necessary to understand how/when/where they can/have/should be applied for understanding the properties of random matrices. We expect students to have some basic working knowledge on random matrix theory (e.g., they know what a GOE ensemble is and what the semicircle law describes.) We hope that the summer school provides a venue where, for example, a student already familiar with the orthogonal polynomial method for RMT can learn about how Stieltjes transform techniques are used, and so on. We have asked the lecturers to make each course selfcontained and cover the necessary basic materials at the level of a first and second year graduate school student. 
Weblink  http://web.eecs.umich.edu/~rajnrao/rmtschool/ 
Related subject(s)  Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers; Probability and Statistics, Game Theory 
 
37.RACDG2 — Recent Advances in Complex Differential Geometry 
Dates  17 Jun 2016 → 22 Jun 2016  [ID=749741] 
Location  Toulouse, France 
Abstract  Recent advances in complex differential geometry is a twoweek program covering a wide range of topics in both Kähler and nonKähler geometry and is part of the CIMI thematic trimester Complex Geometry and Beyond. Lectures and seminars will take place at the Institut de Mathématique de Toulouse (Toulouse, France). 
Topics  complex geometry, Kähler manifold, nonKähler manifold, complex variables, complex analysis, differential geometry, manifold, metrics, curvature 
Weblink  http://www.cimi.univtoulouse.fr/complexgeometryandbeyond/en/recentadvancescomplexdifferentialgeometry 
Contact  Julien Keller; Email: advances.complex.diff.geom@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Analysis 
 
38.AIM Workshop: Representation Stability 
Dates  27 Jun 2016 → 01 Jul 2016  [ID=748884] 
Location  American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, United States 
Abstract  This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to recent developments in representation stability. Among these developments are results on algebraic and combinatorial aspects of functor categories and stable representation categories, and the use of 'large' algebraic structures on limit objects to obtain finiteness results. 
Weblink  http://aimath.org/workshops/upcoming/repnstability 
Related subject(s)  Graph Theory and Combinatorics 
 
39.26th International Conference in Operator Theory 
Dates  27 Jun 2016 → 02 Jul 2016  [ID=748601] 
Location  West University, Timisoara, Romania 
Abstract  The 26th International Conference in Operator Theory is organized jointly in Timisoara by the Institute of Mathematics Simion Stoilow of the Romanian Academy and the West University in Timisoara. As usually, the conference is devoted to operator theory, operator algebras and their applications (differential operators, complex functions, mathematical physics, matrix analysis, system theory, etc.). 
Weblink  http://operatortheory26.wordpress.com/ 
 
40.Conference on Rings and Polynomials 
Dates  03 Jul 2016 → 08 Jul 2016  [ID=748807] 
Location  Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria 
Abstract  Continuing the series of ringtheory conferences in Graz 2012 and 2014. Rings, algebras and polynomials, with emphasis on:  Integervalued polynomials; Polynomial functions; Multiplicative ideal theory Factorization theory in rings and semigroups; Module theory and linear algebra over rings; Homological algebra; Pruefer domains and related topics; ZariskiRiemann spaces of valuation domains. 
Weblink  http://integervalued.org/conf2016/ 
 
41.ILAS — Conference of the International Linear Algebra Society 
Dates  11 Jul 2016 → 15 Jul 2016  [ID=760367] 
Location  Leuven, Belgium 
Abstract  The general goal of ILAS is to encourage activities in linear algebra. The International Linear Algebra Society aims to encourage and support existing groups and individuals active in organizing meetings and publications in all aspects of linear algebra. 
Weblink  http://ilas2016.cs.kuleuven.be/ 
 
42.Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry 
Dates  18 Jul 2016 → 22 Jul 2016  [ID=691052] 
Location  Toronto, Canada 
Abstract  Graduate summer school on combinatorial algebraic geometry (part of the thematic program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry ), at the Fields Institute. 
Weblink  http://combalggeom.wordpress.com/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
43.XXI Coloquio Latinoamericano de Álgebra 
Dates  25 Jul 2016 → 29 Jul 2016  [ID=707047] 
Location  Ciudad Universitaria, Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Abstract  The series 'Coloquios Latinoamericanos de Algebra' started in 1981; until 1994 it was mainly a regional event that gathered mathematicians from Argentina and Chile and, occasionally, a few invited speakers from other countries. After a short interruption, these meetings were reinitiated in 2001, in Córdoba, Argentina, then continued in 2003 in Cocoyoc, México, in 2005 in Colonia, Uruguay, in 2007 in Medellín Colombia, in 2009 in São Pedro, Brasil, in 2012 in Pucón, Chile, and in 2014 in Lima, Peru. 
Weblink  http://www.ams.org/meetings/guidelines_for_speakers.pdf' onclick='_gaq.push(['_trackEvent','QuickLink', 'Guidelines for speakers', location.pathname]); 
 
44.XXI Coloquio Latinoamericano de Algebra 
Dates  25 Jul 2016 → 29 Jul 2016  [ID=745163] 
Location  Buenos Aires, Brazil 
Weblink  http://cms.dm.uba.ar/actividades/congresos/XXICLA/ 
 
45.Twelfth Symposium on General Topology and its Relations to Modern Analysis and Algebra  TOPOSYM 2016 
Dates  25 Jul 2016 → 29 Jul 2016  [ID=748967] 
Location  Prague, Czech Republic 
Abstract  The TOPOSYM is a conference series held in Prague, running in a fiveyear cycle since 1961, serving as a traditional meeting point for general topological audience. TOPOSYM 2016 will be organized by the Institute of Mathematics of the Czech Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague. The following mathematicians have agreed to present an invited talk: Alexander Arhangel'skii, Leandro Aurichi, Dikran Dikranjan, Alan Dow, Michael Hrus�k, Ondrej Kalenda, Alexander Kechris*, Piotr Koszmider, Mikolaj Krupski, Wieslaw Kubis, Aleksandra Kwiatkowska, Jordi LopezAbad, Veronica Martinez de la Vega, Julien Melleray, Jan van Mill, Arnold Miller, Justin Moore, Chris Mouron, Lionel Nguyen Van Th�, Lex Oversteegen, Christian Rosendal, Marcin Sabok, Slawomir Solecki, Lajos Soukup, Mikhail Tkachenko, Stevo Todorcevic**, Toshimichi Usuba, Benjamin Weiss*. *provisionally confirmed. **to be confirmed. 
Weblink  http://www.toposym.cz 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Analysis 
 
46.XXIV Escola de Algebra — 24th Brazilian Algebra Meeting 
Dates  31 Jul 2016 → 05 Aug 2016  [ID=691051] 
Location  Diamantina, Minas Gerais, Brazil 
Weblink  http://www.mat.ufmg.br/algebra2016 
 
47.Alterman Conference on Geometric Algebra and Summer School on Kähler Calculus 
Dates  01 Aug 2016 → 09 Aug 2016  [ID=762528] 
Location  Brasov, Romania 
Abstract  This event comprises two parts, a Clifford Algebra (CA) Conference, and a summer school that promotes the Kaehler calculus (KC). This calculus is based on CA of differential forms and generalizes Cartans calculus. It has direct application to relativistic quantum mechanics (QM) by replacing Diracs equation with one for scalarvalued differential forms. Spinors then emerge as solutions with symmetry, antiparticles surge with the same sign of energy as particles, and operators are concomitants of processes rather than ad hoc creations.
We shall deal with applications to mathematical analysis, like the replacing of Hodges theorem with actual integration of the differential system that specifies Kaehlers exterior and interior derivatives (read curl and divergence). We shall also deal with an additional generalization to Clifford valued differential forms. It takes us beyond Dirac type environments into one that seems appropriate for high energy physics and QM foundations. See arXiv under Jose G Vargas 
Topics  Clifford Algebra, Kähler Calculus, Grassmann legacy connected with Clifford Algebra 
Weblink  http://cs.unitbv.ro/~acami/index.htm 
Contact  Panackal Harikrishnan; Phone: [+919686913373]; Email: pkharikrishnans@gmail.com 
Related subject(s)  Calculus, Differential Equations and Integration; Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers 
 
48.NW16 — SIAM Conference on Nonlinear Waves and Coherent Structures 
Dates  08 Aug 2016 → 11 Aug 2016  [ID=707402] 
Location  Philadelphia, United States 
Abstract  Information on NW16 will be available at www.siam. org/meetings/nw16/ in October of 2015. 
Weblink  http://www.siam.org/meetings/nw16 
Related subject(s)  Calculus, Differential Equations and Integration 
 
49.Workshop and International Conference on Representations of Algebras (ICRA 2016) 
Dates  10 Aug 2016 → 19 Aug 2016  [ID=748450] 
Location  Syracuse University, Syracuse, United States 
Weblink  http://icra2016.syr.edu/ 
 
50.Introductory workshop for the thematic program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry 
Dates  15 Aug 2016 → 19 Aug 2016  [ID=691105] 
Location  Toronto, Canada 
Organizer  Fields Institute 
Weblink  http://combalggeom.wordpress.com/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Graph Theory and Combinatorics 
 
51.Higher dimensional algebraic geometry and characteristic p 
Dates  12 Sep 2016 → 16 Sep 2016  [ID=669696] 
Location  Marseille, France 
Organizer  Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM) 
Weblink  http://www.cirmmath.fr/spip.php?rubrique2&EX=liste_rencontre&annee=2016&lang=en 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology 
 
52.Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry — Workshop on Convexity in Algebraic Geometry (part of the thematic program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry ), at the Fields Institute 
Dates  03 Oct 2016 → 07 Oct 2016  [ID=691115] 
Location  Toronto, Canada 
Organizer  Fields Institute 
Weblink  http://combalggeom.wordpress.com/ 
Related subject(s)  Geometry and Topology; Graph Theory and Combinatorics 
 
53.Homological mirror symmetry: methods and structures 
Dates  07 Nov 2016 → 11 Nov 2016  [ID=707223] 
Location  Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, United States 
Abstract  This workshop is part of the 2016/17 IAS program on Homological Mirror Symmetry. 
Weblink  http://www.math.ias.edu/sp/mirrorsymmetry 
 
54.Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry 
Dates  05 Dec 2016 → 09 Dec 2016  [ID=712297] 
Location  Toronto, Canada 
Abstract  workshop on Combinatorial Moduli Spaces and Intersection Theory (part of the thematic program on Combinatorial Algebraic Geometry ), at the Fields Institute. 
Weblink  http://combalggeom.wordpress.com/ 
Related subject(s)  Graph Theory and Combinatorics; Geometry and Topology 
 
55.Amenability, Coarse Embeddability and Fixed Point Properties 
Dates  06 Dec 2016 → 09 Dec 2016  [ID=748955] 
Location  Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States 
Abstract  The main theme of the workshop is the spectrum of analytic properties running from Kazhdan's property (T) at one end to von Neumann's amenability at the other, which forms a foundational organizing structure for infinite groups and spaces. These properties can be described both analytically, via unitary representation theory, and geometrically, using embedding properties for discrete spaces. Connections with probability and combinatorics will likewise be addressed during the meeting. 
Weblink  http://www.msri.org/workshops/770 
 
56.Recent Advances in Operator Theory and Operator Algebras 2016 (OTOA 2016) 
Dates  13 Dec 2016 → 22 Dec 2016  [ID=748638] 
Location  Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India 
Abstract  Recent advances in Operator Theory and Operator Algebras2016 (OTOA2016) to be held at Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, during December 1322, 2016. This conference is a continuation of the earlier conferences and workshops on Operator theory and Operator algebras held in Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore. OTOA2016 aims bringing experts and researches from around the world, including postdocs and advanced doctoral students,to share their recent findings related to the various fields of Functional Analysis, Operator Theory, Operator Algebras and related fields. The meeting will start with a workshop during December 1317, 2016 followed by a conference during December 1922, 2016. 
Weblink  http://www.isibang.ac.in/~jay/OTOA/OTOA16/otoa16.html 
 