Accelerating Applied Algebraic Topology 2016
The AAT 2016 conference focuses on Applications of Algebraic Topology in Computer Science and Data Analysis. It is aimed at mathematicians and computer scientists working in or interested in these subjects. The aim of the conference is to exchange ideas and to initiate or expand research collaboration.
Special emphasis will be on
- Topological Dataanalysis, TDA
- Topological methods in Concurrency
- Topological methods in Distributed Computing
- Directed algebraic topology
More information - program etc.
Time: April 12-14 2016. Both days included. Arrival Monday.
Venue: Aalborg University, Department of Mathematical Sciences
How to find it: Directions at the department website are here.
Please send an email to Amra Ibresevic, amra(at)math(dot)aau(dot)dk with the following information:
We have reserved rooms at
If you need help to find another accomodation, be it hotel, Bed and Breakfast,...Please ask Amra Ibresevic, amra(at)math(dot)aau(dot)dk
- Name, email, affiliation
- Arrival and departure dates
- Would you like to give a talk or to present a poster? If so, please indicate the title.(We will ask for abstracts later)
- Do you need financial support? Limited funds are available. Lunch is free for all participants.
- Dietary restrictions (We need to know, since Lunch is arranged by us - and free)
Organizers: Lisbeth Fajstrup and Martin Raussen.
Neza Mramor-Kosta. University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Primoz Skraba. Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Lisbeth Fajstrup. Aalborg University. Martin Raussen. Aalborg University.
Supported by ESF.
The European Science Foundation (ESF) provides a platform for its Member Organisations to advance science and explore new directions for research at the European level.
Established in 1974 as an independent non-governmental organisation, the ESF currently serves 78 Member Organisations across 30 countries.
The ACAT network.
Supported by The Department of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University.