Computations in algebra, geometry, topology, number theory, and combinatorics
Term 1 2017/18
The aim of this seminar is to highlight the use of computers and computational packages across algebraic, geometry, number theory, combinatorics, and related fields. The seminar is organized in two-week blocks, with a talk the first week highlighting the use of computers in a particular area of mathematics, and a tutorial the second week on a relevant software package.
The target audience for the talks on area X will be people not in area X (though they are still welcome to attend).
This seminar takes place on Thursdays at 1pm in B1.01.
Schedule of upcoming talksClick on the title of a talk for the abstract (if available).
|5 October, 2017||John Cremona||Software development: a personal and historical view. Slides|
|12 October, 2017||Diane Maclagan||Computers in algebraic geometry|
19 October, 2017
||Sara Lamboglia||Macaulay2 tutorial|
|26 October, 2017||John Cremona||
Computers in number theory
Jupyter notebook in a form suitable for loading into Sage or Cocalc.
Another version (better display, but can't evaluated cells).
Notebook on Cocalc.
|2 November, 2017||David Lowry-Duda||
Introduction to Sage
Jupyter notebook of talk
|9 November, 2017||Derek Holt||Computers in group theory|
|16 November, 2017||Saul Schleimer||Computers in topology|
|23 November, 2017||Saul Schleimer||Topology tutorial|
|30 November, 2017||Christopher Brady and Heather Ratcliffe||Version control for fun and profit|
Directions to the University are available here. The Mathematics institute is in the Zeeman Building, which is number 38 on the map available here. Warning: The University of Warwick is not in the town of Warwick, but on the outskirts of Coventry - the correct train stations are Coventry or Leamington Spa (closer if coming from Oxford).
This page is maintained by Diane Maclagan.