AMS Special Session on

Applicable and Computational Algebraic Geometry
Fall Central Section Meeting
University of North Texas, Denton TX
9–10 September 2017.

Deadline for Abstract Submission: 18 July 2017. Submit your abstract
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Carlos Arreche, University of Texas at Dallas. Differential Galois theory for difference equations and hypertranscendence.
Dan Bates, Colorado State University. Numerical algebraic geometry for geolocation.
Taylor Brysiewicz, Texas A&M University. Computing Newton Polytopes via Witness Sets.
Michael DiPasquale, Oklahoma State University. Splines on semi-algebraic cells.
Chris Francisco, Oklahoma State University. Borel ideals and their surprising appearance in discrete geometry.
Luis García-Puente, Sam Houston State University.   Gröbner Bases of Neural Ideals.
Anthony Harrison, Kent State University. Computing the lattice size of a lattice polygon.
Jonathan Hauenstein, University of Notre Dame. Polynomials and the exponent of matrix multiplication.
Lourdes Juan, Texas Tech. Applications of Algebraic Geometry to Symbolic Integration.
David Kahle, Baylor. Macaulay 2 in R.
Jeff Mermin, Oklahoma State University. Free multiplicities on the A3 braid arrangment.
Nida Obatake, Texas A&M University. Place field diagrams of convex neural codes.
Kaitlyn Phillipson, St. Edward's University. Structure of the Neural Ideal for Convex and Non-convex Codes.
Jose Israel Rodriguez, The University of Chicago. Subvarieties of the likelihood correspondence.
Maurice Rojas, Texas A&M University. Sharper Topological Bounds for Near-Circuit Exponential Sums.
Anne Shiu, Texas A&M University. Identifiability of linear compartment models: the singular locus.
Brandilyn Stigler, Southern Methodist University. .
Xiaoxian Tang, Texas A&M University. Investigating multistationarity in structured reaction networks.
Emanuele Ventura, Texas A&M University. Phylogenetic complexity of group-based models.
Yuyu Zhu, Texas A&M University. PSD and SOS Cones for Ternary Sextics.

Eric Hanson, Texas Christian University
Frank Sottile, Texas A&M University