The Symposium on Algebra and Computation is a workshop held every two
years aiming to create an active interrelationship between several
branches of algebra and computer science; those areas have originally
been taken to be independent from each other; there are not so much
occasions of discussion for those area to meet together.
This symposium is supported by GrantsinAid for Scientific Research
(No. 16340011; Ken Nakamula), Japan Society for the Promotion of
Science.
*** Topics ***

Algorithms in algebra and discrete mathematics such as Number
Theory, Group Theory, Ring Theory, Combinatorics, Graph Theory.

Cryptography, Coding Theory, Symbolic Computation and other fields
of Computer Application.

Theory of Programming, Theory of Computation, Symbolic Logic, and
other fields in Theoretical Computer Science.
*** Special Talks ***
The following speakers agreed to participate:

Masahiko Sato (Kyoto Univ., Japan)

Gerhard Hiss (RWTH Aachen Univ., Germany)

Claus Fieker (Univ. of Sydney, Australia)

Martijn Stam (Bristol Univ., UK)

Aneesh Karve (WisconsinMadison Univ., USA)

Makoto Tagami (Kyushu Univ., Japan)
*** Proceedings ***
Proceedings will be published electronically in
/pub/
in which you can get those of AC95/97/99/2001/2003.
*** Registration fee ***
The conference in itself is free of charge.
However it is the responsibility of each participant to find and pay for your own accommodation.
*** Organizers ***
Ken Nakamula (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
Michio Ozeki (Yamagata Univ.)
Nobuki Takayama (Kobe Univ.)
Katsushi Waki (Hirosaki Univ.)
Hirofumi Tsumura (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)
Shigenori Uchiyama (NTT)
Toshihiko Kurata (Hosei Univ.)
*** Executive committee ***
Janice Asuncion
Keiichiro Nishimoto
Satoru Tanaka
Kentaro Saito
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