The program is now available.

Here is the schedule of the event.


Thursday February 12th, 2015
10:3010:50Hiram LópezUNINEAffine cartesian code
11:0011:45Nikita KalininUNIGETropical geometry in Nagata’s conjecture and sandpile models
12:0012:20Yousra El-BachirEPFLA generalised additive model for non-stationary generalised extreme value distributions
12:3014:00Lunch break
14:0014:45Thibaut DumontEPFLFrom tilings to buildings
15:0015:45Giulia BiancoUNINECryptosystems based on algebraic geometry: elliptic and Edward curves
16:0016:30 Coffee break
16:3017:15Prof. Jacques SesianoEPFLPartage par transvasements
19:30   Conference dinner at Café Romand
Friday February 13th, 2015
09:3010:15Alexandre PeyrotEPFLRiemann hypothesis and applications to sums of arithmetic functions
10:3011:00Coffee break
11:0012:00Alberto RavagnaniUNINEAn application of coding theory in enumerative combinatorics
12:0013:30Lunch break
13:3014:15Yi-Ning HsiaoUNIGEIncidence variety in Hilbert scheme of points of complex plane
14:3015:15Thibault PillonUNINEThe mathematics of the game of Go
15:30 Mrs. Sarah Goob Birkhäuser Prize


Call for presentations

The organizing committee encourages Ph.D. students from all participating universities to present their work and field of research by giving a talk. Note that the presentations should be understandable to graduate students of all fields of pure and applied mathematics.


Group photo

The event is now over. Thanks to all participants and speakers, and to Pr. Jacques Sesiano and Mrs. Sarah Goob from Birkhäuser.