Annual conference of the DFG priority project SPP 1489
Algorithmic and experimental methods
in algebra, geometry, and number theory

March 03 to 07, 2014,
Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll, Germany

Slides of talks: Amend Barakat Baechle Boehm Braun Bruns Conca Decker Eder van Gelder Greuel Kirschmer Lange-Hegermann Pieropan Roehrle Stoll Stump

Participants List (Stand 28.2.)

Schedule Programme (Stand 26.2.)

Equipment and facilities Information on the equipment of the lecture room can be found here.
Various smaller rooms are available for discussions. These are equipped with whiteboards and flip charts.
There is a computer room with two PCs and a printer near the lecture room. In that part of the building and upstairs in the 'Cafe Heuss' there is also WiFi access. In most guest rooms an internet connection is available only via ethernet cable which you may borrow from the reception (deposit required). You may bring your own ethernet cable with you, of course!

Time and Venue The workshop will begin on Monday, March 03, 12:00 (lunch time) and end on Friday, March 07 (early afternoon). It will take place at the Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll. Here is a flyer (in German) describing this conference centre.

How to get there Here is arrival information provided by the conference centre. The closest airport is Stuttgart. Frankfurt airport is a little more than an hour distance by train from Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof.

For train timetables and reservations check the website of Deutsche Bahn.

Accommodation We expect to be able to accomodate all participants at the Akademie, provided sufficiently many participants are willing to share double rooms.
If you would like to extend your stay, please ask the organisers or find hotels here.

Bad Boll and surroundings Close to the conference centre there is a spa, which will be open before and after the lectures. Near Bad Boll you can visit the well-known Urweltmuseum Hauff featuring fossils. Nearby Schwäbische Alb (Swabian Jura) is a popular tourist destination.

Acknowledgment The workshop is supported by the DFG through the priority program SPP 1489 'Algorithmic and experimental methods in algebra, geometry, and number theory'.

Contact If you have questions, please contact meinolf.geck at mathematik dot uni minus stuttgart dot de (or one of the local organisers).

IAZ, Fachbereich Mathematik, Universität Stuttgart