DART VIII (Differential Algebra and Related Topics)
Sep 14, 2017 06:00 PM
Differential algebra originated in the foundational works by J.R. Ritt and E. Kolchin. Since that times it has attracted a great attention from mathematicians and computer scientists from different fields. Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART) is a series of workshops which aims at bringing researchers from these fields together and to offer an opportunity to participants to present their original research, to learn of research progress and new developments, and to exchange ideas and views on differential algebra and related topics.
Within DART 8 this year we have invited talks and contributed posters.
DART VIII is organized by Institute for Algebra of Johannes Kepler University and supported by DK computational mathematics.
Specific topics for the workshop include but are not limited to:
- Algebraic differential and difference equations
- Differential and difference dimension theory
- Differential and difference Galois theory
- Model theoretic aspects of differential algebra
- Differential invariants
- D-module theory and Riemann-Hilbert correspondence
- Exterior differential and integrable systems
- Integro-differential algebras and Rota-Baxter algebras
- Analysis, combinatorics and number theory related to differential algebra
- Polynomial vector fields
- Computational differential and difference algebras (characteristic sets, closed-form solutions, factorization etc)
- Applications of differential and difference algebras (control theory, physics, chemistry, biology etc)