Gröbner Bases, Resultants and Linear Algebra

September 3-6 2013

Research Institute for Symbolic Computation

Hagenberg, Austria

Workshop Schedule and Abstracts

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The workshop theme lies in the intersection of Gröbner bases, resultants and linear algebra. The topics of the lectures will range from comprehensible introductions to recent research results and ideas. Beginners in this area will have the chance to dive into the linear algebra approach to Gröbner bases and resultants, while advanced students and researchers will have the chance to learn about new insights into the connections of Gröbner bases, resultants and related matrix methods. This workshop is initiated and organized by Maximilian Jaroschek, Angelos Mantzaflaris, Hamid Rahkooy and Zafeirakis Zafeirakopoulos, PhD students and postdocs of RISC, DK and RICAM. The workshop has received great support from Prof. Bruno Buchberger. This workshop is a satellite workshop of the Special Semester on Applications of Algebra and Number Theory at RICAM .

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Invited Speakers

Topics of interest

Everything in the intersection of Gröbner bases, linear algebra and resultants, including but not restricted to:

Contributed talks and Open Problem Sessions


Send your name and affiliation by email to rahkooy (-AT-) There will be no registration fee. Please let us know your arrival/departure time to/from Linz/Hagenberg, either in your registration email or at your earliest convenience.

Participants(up to date)

Hamid Ahmadinezhad RICAM, Austria
Erhard Aichinger JKU, Austria
Felix Breuer RISC, Austria
Bruno Buchberger RISC, Austria
Laurent Busé INRIA Sophia Antipolis-Méditeranée, France
Carlos D'Andrea Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Natalia Dück TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
Christian Eder INRIA / CNRS / UPMC, France
Christina Enengl JKU, Austria
Sandra Enengl JKU, Austria
Madalina Erascu RISC, Austria
Christoph Fuerst RISC, Austria
Matteo Gallet RISC, Austria
Alexandros Grosdos ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Maximilian Jaroschek RISC, Austria
Anders Jensen Aarhus, Denmark
Manuel Kauers RISC, Austria
Kinji Kimura Kyoto University, Japan
Przemysław Koprowski University of Silesia, Poland
Anja Korporal RICAM, Austria
Christoph Koutschan RICAM, Austria
Yaohui LiTianjin University of Technology and Education, China
Zijia Li RICAM, Austria
Alexander Maletzky RISC, Austria
Angelos Mantzaflaris RICAM, Austria
Ernst Mayr TU Munich, Germany
Adrien Poteaux Université Lille, France
Hamid Rahkooy RISC, Austria
Emre SevgiAbant İzzet Baysal University, Turkey
Josef Schicho RICAM, Austria
Pierre-Jean SpaenlehauerMax Planck Institute for Mathematics, Germany
Milan Stehlik JKU, Austria
Ya-lun Tsai National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Elias Tsigaridas INRIA / CNRS / UPMC, France
Nelly Villamizar RICAM, Austria
Manuela Wiesinger RISC, Austria
Rika Yatchak RISC, Austria
Zafeirakis Zafeirakopoulos RISC, Austria

Local information


The workshop is organized at the Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC), which is an institute of the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. RISC is located in the Castle of Hagenberg, a romantic, medieval castle amidst the lovely, hilly landscape of the Mühlviertel, 20 km north east of Linz, the provincial capital of Upper Austria, located halfway between Salzburg and Vienna. More information about RISC can be found on the institute's web page and also in the RISC folder.

Travel Information and Contact

Travel information, maps, and transport schedule from the RISC portal.


Hotel Sommerhaus in Hagenberg, 5 minutes walking distance from the conference venue, offers good quality rooms for 36 Euro per person per night in a single room and for 65 Euro for a double room. Breakfast is included. The hotel provides free Internet access and free parking places.

Hotel address:
   Hotel Sommerhaus Hagenberg
   Hauptstrasse 115
   A-4232 Hagenberg im Mühlkreis, Austria
   Phone: +43 (0)7236 7973 9033
   Fax: +43 (0)7236 7973 39

Internet access in Sommerhaus is free. If you come with a laptop, the administration can give you a network cable on request. Alternatively, you can bring your own cable.


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