Workshop Non-commutative Algebras and Applications, 14-16 June 2015, Goslar, Germany


Starting on Sunday, June 14 until Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Drahoslava Janovská (Prague, Czech Republic), Gerhard Opfer (Hamburg, Germany), Wolfgang Sprößig (Freiberg, Germany) will organize a small, international workshop on

“Non-commutative Algebras and Applications” (http://ncaa.vscht.cz).

The workshop will be held in Goslar, a medieval town in the north of the Harz mountains, belonging to the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE. Goslar is easily accessible by train from Hannover in approximately 1h.

The organizers intend to bring together researches, including Ph.D. students to open up the opportunity to present and discuss their current and upcoming results on non-commutative algebras. The topics may be analytic, numerical, or an application to other fields.

The conference fees of 133e for double occupancy or 153 Euro for single occupancy per person will cover accommodation for two nights and full board including coffee breaks in the Haus am Steinberg in Goslar

(http://www.lernen-im-gruenen.de/bildungszentren/standorte/haus-am-steinberg.html)

to be paid upon arrival. Only cash payment and payment by German bankcards are possible. Credit card payment is not possible. Unfortunately, travel support cannot be provided.

We will be very happy if you would like to come.

A possibly preliminary answer by February 15, 2015 would be very welcome. The deadline for registration, including sending the abstracts is April 15, 2015.

Sincerely,

Wolfgang
On behalf of the organizers

Source: Email by W. Sproessig, 2014/12/19 1:58, sproessig_AT_math.tu-freiberg.de

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