ICMS 2016 Session: Computational Number Theory meets computational Algebraic Geometry

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Aim and Scope

Both number theory and geometry have a lot of common algorithmic tasks, albeit hidden behind different languages. For example, while geometers compute normalizations, number theorists are interested in integral closures or maximal orders. As diverse as the languages are the techniques that are traditionally applied—although recently the algorithms seem to converge. In this workshop we aim to bring together experts in computational algebraic geometry and algorithmic number theory in order to facilitate a strong exchange of ideas. We expect synergy effects for the design of algorithms by bringing both worlds together.


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