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ISSAC 2020 Prizes

Monday 20th July 2020

The SIGSAM sponsored prizes for ISSAC 2020 were awarded to: S. Falkensteiner et al. (Distinguished Paper); and S. Birmpilis and R. Rieu-Helft (Distinguished Student Paper).

New JSC Editor-in-Chief

Wednesday 15th July 2020

The Journal of Symbolic Computation has announced that their next Editor-in-Chief will be Professor Josef Schicho.

Jenks Prize Awarded

Friday 19th June 2020

The Richard D. Jenks Memorial Prize is awarded for Excellence in Software Engineering applied to Computer Algebra. The 2019 prize will be awared to Michael Stillman for Macaulay and Macaulay2 during ISSAC 2020.

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Upcoming Conferences

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ACA 2020 (Cancelled)

26th Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra
15-18 July 2020
Athens, Greece

ISSAC 2020 (Online)

The 45th International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
20-23 July 2020
Kalamata, Greece

CASC 2020 (Online)

The International Workshop on Computer Algebra in Scientific Computing
14-18 September 2020
Linz, Austria

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ACM DL Selections

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The fundamental theorem of tropical partial differential algebraic geometry
F. Falkensteiner et al.
Proc. ISSAC 2020, pages 178-185, ACM, 2020
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A Las Vegas algorithm for computing the smith form of a nonsingular integer matrix
S. Birmpilis, G. Labahn, and A. Storjohann.
Proc. ISSAC 2020, pages 38-45, ACM, 2020
Digital Library Link

WhyMP, a formally verified arbitrary-precision integer library
G. Melquiond and R. Rieu-Helft.
Proc. ISSAC 2020, pages 352-359, ACM, 2020
Digital Library Link

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