A conference on the occasion of Luchezar Avramov's 60th birthday
University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 18–22 May 2008
The meeting will bring together commutative algebraists and researchers in algebraic topology and representation theory, whose work draws from and contributes to commutative algebra.
We encourage and hope to support the participation of advanced students and early career faculty.
The conference begins in morning of the 18th, a Sunday, and ends in the early afternoon of the 22nd, a Thursday.
There will be a banquet on the 20th, Tuesday 7-11pm at the Wick Alumni Center
All participants are invited to spend a few days in the Rocky Mountains after the conference: Math in the Mountains
On-line registration is closed.
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Travel and accommodation
Maps of campus and Lincoln.
General information on travel to Lincoln.
Rooms have been blocked at two hotels that are both within 10 minutes walk from campus:
The block of rooms was be released April 11th to the general public.
Holiday Inn (402–475–4011) at $89 per night for a single/double room. Use reservation code "ALG" for on-line reservations. For phone reservations ask for "in house" reservations using group name "Algebra Conference".
Suburban (formerly Townhouse Motel)(402–475–3000 or 800–279–1744) at $60 per night for a single/double room. Use reservation code "Algebra Conference" for both phone and on-line reservations.
For other options see Local Hotels.
- Marc Chardin, University of Paris VI
- Lars Winther Christensen, Texas Tech. University
- Srikanth Iyengar, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- Sylvia Wiegand, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- Roger Wiegand, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Local Organizing Committee
- Inês Henriques, UNL graduate student
- Marilyn Johnson, Dept. Asst. for Graduate Studies and Research
- Frank Moore, UNL graduate student
- Bridget Prohaska, UNL undergraduate student
- Liana Şega, Assistant Professor, University of Missouri–Kansas City
- Dave Benson
- Petter Bergh
- Alexander Berglund
- Winfried Bruns
- Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz
- Jon Carlson
- David Eisenbud
- John Greenlees
- Stephen Halperin
- Jürgen Herzog
- Kathryn Hess
- Mel Hochster
- Henrik Holm
- Craig Huneke
- Kiriko Kato
- Henning Krause
- Joseph Lipman
- Claudia Miller
- Izuru Mori
- Irena Peeva
- Greg Piepmeyer
- Tony Puthenpurakal
- Idun Reiten
- Paul Roberts
- Jan-Erik Roos
- Sean Sather-Wagstaff
- Müfit Sezer
- Brooke Shipley
- Janet Striuli
- Bernd Ulrich
- Clarence Wilkerson
Funding provided by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Mathematics, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of Research and the Research Council.