## Program

The program is now available.

Here is the schedule of the event.

Thursday February 12th, 2015 | ||||

10:30 | 10:50 | Hiram López | UNINE | Affine cartesian code |

11:00 | 11:45 | Nikita Kalinin | UNIGE | Tropical geometry in Nagata’s conjecture and sandpile models |

12:00 | 12:20 | Yousra El-Bachir | EPFL | A generalised additive model for non-stationary generalised extreme value distributions |

12:30 | 14:00 | Lunch break | ||

14:00 | 14:45 | Thibaut Dumont | EPFL | From tilings to buildings |

15:00 | 15:45 | Giulia Bianco | UNINE | Cryptosystems based on algebraic geometry: elliptic and Edward curves |

16:00 | 16:30 | Coffee break | ||

16:30 | 17:15 | Prof. Jacques Sesiano | EPFL | Partage par transvasements |

19:30 | Conference dinner at Café Romand | |||

Friday February 13th, 2015 | ||||

09:30 | 10:15 | Alexandre Peyrot | EPFL | Riemann hypothesis and applications to sums of arithmetic functions |

10:30 | 11:00 | Coffee break | ||

11:00 | 12:00 | Alberto Ravagnani | UNINE | An application of coding theory in enumerative combinatorics |

12:00 | 13:30 | Lunch break | ||

13:30 | 14:15 | Yi-Ning Hsiao | UNIGE | Incidence variety in Hilbert scheme of points of complex plane |

14:30 | 15:15 | Thibault Pillon | UNINE | The 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.