Emerging Methodologies and Applications of Computer Algebra
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first ECCAD conference at Drexel University. The East Coast Computer Algebra Day (ECCAD) is an annual one-day meeting for those interested in computer algebra and symbolic mathematical computation. It provides opportunities to learn and to share new results and current work in progress. This year we focus on emerging methodologies and applications. The panel discussion this year will consist of two parts, on potential research trajectories and thesis topics. Following the ECCAD tradition, there will be ample opportunity for interaction among the participants. Researchers, teachers, students, and users of computer algebra are all welcome!
Three Mathematica student licences will be awarded to the best posters at the end of the conference.
Support for the ECCAD 2014 conference is provided by:
- Division Chief, Mathematical Sciences, U.S. Army Research Office
- Chair, Dept. of Computer Science, Duke University
- Deans, Natural and Social Sciences, Duke University
The meeting is endorsed (without financial assistance) by the ACM Special Interest Group on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (SIGSAM).