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4-5 (B239 Van Vleck) Randall Kamien, Liquid crystals and their (algebraic) topology
5:30-7 Informal beer on the Memorial Union Terrace (in fact the Terrace is under construction, so maybe better simply to head to State Street for dinner)
7:00 On your own for dinner.
Saturday, Apr 30
All in WID, 3rd Floor Teaching Lab- take elevator behind Aldo's coffee shop.
9-9:30 Coffee, snacks
9:30-10:30 Madhu Sudan, Algebraic codes and invariance
10:30-10:50 Jing Hao, Quasi-quadratic residue codes
11:10-11:30 Robert Williams, Galois groups of Schubert problems via symbolic computation
11:30-11:50 Zach Charles, The geometry of power flow study
11:50-12:10 Naser Talebizadeh Sardari, Diameter of Ramanujan graphs and random Cayley graphs
12:10-12:30 Daniel Pimentel Alarcon, Learning subspaces by pieces
12:30-2 Lunch break
2-3 Greg Blekherman, Do sums of squares dream of free resolutions?
3-3:20 Rainer Sinn, Sums of squares and maximum likelihood estimation
3:20-3:40 Jeff Poskin, Ellipsoidal mixed-integer representability
3:40-4 Delaram Kahrobaei, Using semidirect product of (semi)groups in public key cryptography
4-4:30 Coffee, snacks
4:30-5:30 Zeev Dvir, Algebraic methods for line-point incidences
Sunday, May 1
All in B231 Van Vleck.
8:30-9 Coffee, snacks
9-10 Ezra Miller, Data structures for real multiparameter persistence
10-10:20 Joe Kileel, The Chow form of the essential variety in computer vision
10:20-10:40 Roy Lederman, Reconstruction of molecules in heterogeneous samples in cryo-electron microscopy
11-12 Emina Soljanin, Network multicast constrained vectors
12-12:20 Lalit Jain, Algorithms for ordinal embedding