Abstract booklet + Reminder for submissions for the Early Proceedings‏, Altermann Conference, 4-6 Aug. 2016, Brasov, Romania


[See abstract booklet table of contents below!]

Dear Colleague,

The abstracts booklet is already available and can be downloaded from:

http://cs.unitbv.ro/~acami/abstracts_booklet.pdf

If you have not presented any abstract and still wish to present a contribution, please send us your abstract as soon as possible and it will be included in the next updated version if it is accepted.

Since the Alterman event is approaching, we must remind you of the deadlines.

1) The deadline for reduced fee payment has been postponed to July 1st because many students and professors are now very busy with final examinations and the end of the academic course. After the deadline, the reduced and student fees will no longer be applicable. If you will come but do not like to pay a significant bank transfer fee, you can send us a copy of your travel ticket and pay your reduced fee when you arrive in Brasov.

2) The deadline for submission of articles for the Early Proceedings is July 1st. Articles must be submitted in PDF format and sent to acami@unitbv.ro. The template for writing them is available at:

http://cs.unitbv.ro/~acami/submission.htm

Since there will not be time for improvements, authors are asked to carefully prepare them and so facilitate acceptance by the scientific committee.

3) The free shared lodging is going fine. All the requests have been admitted up to now. If you are student or come from developing countries and have economic limitations, you can request free shared lodging at:

http://cs.unitbv.ro/~acami/lodging.htm

Confirmation of free shared lodging is given after fee payment. If you wish to know with anticipation whether you would qualify for free shared lodging, please send us a message and we will give you a more pointed answer.

Looking forward to seeing you in Brasov,

With kind regards,

Jose G. Vargas, Marius Paun, Ramon Gonzalez, Panackal Harikrishnan

Special topic: Grassmann’s legacy with emphasis on the projective geometry
  1. Paolo Freguglia: Peano reader of H. Grassmann’s Ausdehnungslehre………………… 2
  2. Ramon González: The affine and projective geometries from Grassmann’s point of view. 3
  3. Jose Vargas: Of Grassmannian algebras and the Erlangen Program, with emphasis on projective geometry ………… 4
General section:
  1. Rafał Abłamowicz: On Clifford algebras and related to them group algebras ………. 7
  2. Vadiraja G. R. Bhatta, Shankar B. R.: Polynomial permutations of finite rings and formation of Latin squares……………………………………………………………….. 8
  3. Bieber Marie, Kuncham Syam Prasad, Kedukodi Babushri Srinivas: Scaled planar nearrings…………………………………………………………. 9
  4. Pierre-Philippe Dechant: A systematic construction of representations of quaternionic type …………………………………………10
  5. Pierre-Philippe Dechant: A conformal geometric algebra construction of the modular group …………………………………………………………….. 12
  6. Vladimir Dzhunushaliev: The simplest non-associative generalization of supersymmetry. …13
  7. Rodolfo Fiorini: Geometric algebra and geometric calculus applied to pre-spatial arithmetic scheme to enhance modeling effectiveness in biophysical applications …14
  8. Ramon González: On matrix representations of geometric (Clifford) algebras ……15
  9. Jaroslav Hrdina: Inverse kinematics based on binocular vision…………………..16
  10. Kuncham Syam Prasad, Kedukodi Babushri Srinivas and Bhavanari Satyanarayana: Ideals in matrix nearrings and group nearrings ……………………….18
  11. Nikolay Marchuk: Tensor products of Clifford algebras………………………………..19
  12. Zouhaïr Mouayn: Coherent states and Berezin transforms attached to Landau levels ….20
  13. Zbigniew Oziewicz: Foundational issues related to the contents of this conference and summer school……………………………………………………………………………21
  14. Srikanth Prabhu, Kavya Singh, Aniket Sagar: Facial Recognition using Modern Algebra and Machine Learning. ……………………………………………..22
  15. Dimiter Prodanov: Clifford algebra implementations in Maxima ………………..24
  16. Akifumi Sako, Hiroshi Umetsu: Fock representations and deformation quantization of Kähler manifolds…………………………………………………………………………25
  17. Dmitriy Shirokov: On some Lie groups containing Spin groups in Clifford algebra ……26
  18. James Smith: The problem of Apollonius as an opportunity to teaching students to use reflections and rotations to solve geometry problems via Geometric Algebra ……27
  19. Jose Vargas: Unification through Common Differential Invariants ………………28

Source: Email from acami_AT_unitbv.ro on 6/10/2016, http://cs.unitbv.ro/~acami/abstracts_booklet.pdf

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