Program

 
Program Monday 11th Tuesday 12th Wednesday 13th
9:30 - 10:30 Jürgen Herzog
Lecture 1
Josep Álvarez-Montaner
Lecture 2
Adam Van Tuyl
Lecture 3
10:45 - 11:45 Adam Van Tuyl
Lecture 1
Jürgen Herzog
Lecture 2
Josep Álvarez-Montaner
Lecture 3
12:00 - 13:00 Josep Álvarez-Montaner
Lecture 1
Adam Van Tuyl
Lecture 2
Jürgen Herzog
Lecture 3
15:00 - 16:40 Contributed talks
  • Ahmad
  • Vladoiu
  • Roune
  • Boocher
Contributed talks
  • Goodarzi
  • Olteanu
  • Olteanu
  • Sarmiento
Tutorial:
O. Fernández-Ramos
(J. Álvarez-Montaner's course)
examples.m2 LCfunctionsv4.m2
17:20 - 19:00 Contributed talks
  • Fernández-Ramos
  • Connon
  • Alilooee
  • García-Marco
Tutorial:
A. Van Tuyl
Tutorial:
E. de Negri
(Herzog's Course)

Please bring your own laptops for the computer tutorials.

The registration and opening will be on monday at 9:00.

The social dinner will be on tuesday evening.

List of accepted contributions

  • Sarfraz Ahmad (Philipps-U.Marburg, Germany): Stanley decompositions and polarizations
  • Bjarke Hammersholt Roune (Cornell U., USA): Algorithms and complexity of monomial ideal expressions
  • Afshin Goodarzi (U. of Tehran, Iran): Sequentially Cohen-Macaulay quasi-forests
  • Anda Olteanu (Ovidius U. of Constanta, Romania): Monomial cut ideals
  • Oana Olteanu (Ovidius U. of Constanta, Romania): Invariants of some classes of monomial ideals
  • Oscar Fernández-Ramos (U. of Valladolid, Spain): Regularity 3 in edge ideals associated to bipartite graphs
  • Eliseo Sarmiento (CINVESTAV, Mexico): Algebraic methods for parametrized linear codes
  • Emma Connon (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada): Generalizing Fröberg's theorem on chordal graphs
  • Adam Boocher (U. C. Berkeley, USA): Minimal free resolutions of determinantal ideals and their initial idealsAli Alilooee (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada): The graded Betti numbers of the path ideal of a cycle
  • Ignacio García-Marco (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain): Complete intersections in toric ideals of graphs
  • Marius Vladoiu (University of Bucharest, Romania):Stanley depth and size of a monomial ideal