3 / GRADED STRUCTURES IN ALGEBRA AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Dedicated to the memory of Prof. Marq Krasner

22 – 24 September 2016        Send to printer


Conference organizers

Dušan Pagon, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Mirjana Vuković, Academy of Science and Art of Bosnia and Hercegovina (ANUBiH), Bosnia and Herzegovina
Alexei Pantchichkine, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France


Conference description:

The International Scientific Conference "Graduated structures in algebra and their applications" (dedicated to the memory of Prof. Marc Krasner) will be dedicated to the memory of the famous French mathematician Marc Krasner, who made a huge contribution to the development of this theory, as well as to the abstract algebra and number theory in general.

The notion of graded structures is at the same time old and new: the graduation was formally introduced into mathematics during the XVIII century through Euler’s homogeneous polynomials and functions. Other notions of homogeneity were introduced afterwards in various algebraic structures as weights of polynomials and functions, dimension of geometrical and topological objects, order of differential operators, and more general Z-graded ring in algebraic geometry and topology.

The aim of this conference is to present the latest results starting with Bourbaki – Krasner’s graded, to Krasner – Vuković’s paragraded, as most general graded structures, including its applications in different fields of mathematics.

Keynote speakers on these topics with the international expertise in their respetive fields are a guarantee of success for this international meeting.


Conference lecturers

Dušan Pagon, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Stevan Pilipović, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
Emil Ilić Georgijević , University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mirjana Vuković, Academy of Science and Art of Bosnia and Hercegovina (ANUBiH), Bosnia and Herzegovina
Vlastimil Dlab , Carleton University , Canada
Nadiya Gubareni , Czestochowa University of Technology , Poland
Mirna Džamonja , University of East Anglia, United Kingdom
Alexei Pantchichkine, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
Siegfried Böchererr, University of Mannheim, Germany


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