# SIAM AG 19 Proposed Minisymposia

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Geometry and topology in applications and data science. Organizers: Jacek Brodzki and Heather Harrington. | Geometry and topology in applications and data science. Organizers: Jacek Brodzki and Heather Harrington. | ||

- | Applications of finite fields theory. Giacomo Micheli and Violetta Weger. | + | Applications of finite fields theory. Organizers: Giacomo Micheli and Violetta Weger. |

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+ | Algebraic vision. Organizers: Max Lieblich, Tomas Pajdla and Matthew Trager. |

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Algebraic geometry for kinematics, mechanism science, and rigidity. Organizers: Matteo Gallet, Josef Schicho and Hans-Peter Schröcker.

The algebra and geometry of tensors I: general tensors. Organizers: Nick Vannieuwenhoven and Yang Qi.

The algebra and geometry of tensors II: structured tensors. Organizers: Elena Angelini, Enrico Carlini and Alessandro Oneto.

Euclidean distance geometry and applications. Organizers: Kaie Kubjas.

Algebraic aspects in the study of reaction networks. Organizers: Alicia Dickenstein and Elisenda Feliu.

Polynomial optimization and its applications I-III. Organizers: João Gouveia, Simone Naldi and Timo de Wolff.

Algebraic and geometric methods in optimization I-II. Organizers: Jesus de Loera and Rekha Thomas.

Algebraic geometry of low-rank matrix completion. Organizers: Carlos Amendola and Daniel Bernstein.

Polynomial equations in cryptography and coding theory I-III. Organizers: Alessio Caminata and Alberto Ravagnani.

Coding theory and cryptography I-IV. Organizers: Alessio Caminata and Alberto Ravagnani.

Algebraic and graphical problems in the analysis of ancient DNA data. Organizers: Carsten Wiuf.

Latent graphical models. Organizers: Piotr Zwiernik.

Algebro-geometric aspects of graphical models. Organizers: Elina Robeva.

Algebraic methods for polynomial system solving. Organizers: Mohab Safey El Din and Éric Schost.

Algebro-geometric methods for social network modelling. Organizers: Kayvan Sadeghi.

Approximations of convex sets and applications. Organizers: Dogyoon Song and Yong Sheng Soh.

Applications of algebraic geometry to quantum information. Organizers: Frederic Holweck.

Combinatorics and algorithms in decision and reason. Organizers: Liam Solus.

Algebraic statistics. Organizers: Elizabeth Gross and Jose Rodriguez.

Tropical geometry and economics. Organizers: Ngoc Tran.

Tropical geometry in machine learning. Organizers: Gregory Naisat.

Tropical geometry in statistics. Organizers: Carlos Amendola, Anthea Monod and Ruriko Yoshida.

Computational tropical geometry. Organizers: Yue Ren.

Convex algebraic geometry I-II: Organizers: Greg Blekherman, Daniel Plaumann and Rainer Sinn.

Algebraic geometry in topological data analysis. Organizers: Nina Otter.

Numerical differential geometry. Organizers: Tingran Gao.

Syzygies and applications to geometry. Organizers: Laurent Busé, Yairon Cid and Carlos D'Andrea.

Algebraic methods in stochastic analysis. Organizers: Carlos Amendola and Anna Seigal.

Signature tensors of paths. Organizers: Joscha Diehl and Francesco Galuppi.

Symmetry in algorithmic questions of real algebraic geometry. Organizers: Philippe Moustrou and Cordian Riener.

Probability and randomness in commutative algebra. Organizers: Dane Wilburne and Christopher ONeill.

Structured sums-of-squares. Organizers: James Saunderson and Mauricio Velasco.

Massively parallel computations in algebraic geometry. Organizers: Janko Boehm and Anne Frühbis-Krüger.

Fitness landscapes and epistasis. Organizers: Kristina Crona, Joachim Krug and Lisa Lamberti.

Cluster algebras and positivity. Organizers: Lisa Lamberti, Khrystyna Serhiyenko and Lauren Williams.

Symbolic-numeric methods for non-linear equations: Algorithms and applications. Organizers: Angelos Mantzaflaris, Bernard Mourrain and Elias Tsigaridas.

From algebraic geometry to geometric topology: Crossroads on applications. Organizers: Jose-Carlos Gomez-Larrañaga (CIMAT, Mexico), Renzo Ricca (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy) and De Witt Sumners (Florida State University, USA).

Algebra, geometry, and combinatorics of subspace packings I-IV. Organizers: Emily J. King, Dustin Mixon and Nate Strawn.

Hyperbolic and stable polynomials. Organizers: Cynthia Vinzant.

Algebraic and combinatorial phylogenetics I-II. Organizers: Marta Casanellas, Jane Coons and Seth Sullivant.

Algebraic & combinatorial tools for neural coding. Organizers: Zvi Rosen and Nora Youngs.

Numerical methods in algebraic geometry. Organizers: Paul Breiding and Jose Rodriguez.

New developments in matroid theory I-IV. Organizers: Alex Fink (Queen Mary), Ivan Martino (Northeastern University) and Luca Moci (Université Paris 7 "Diderot").

Network coding and designs. Organizers: Daniele Bartoli and Anna-Lena Horlemann.

Algebraic geometric codes. Organizers: Daniele Bartoli and Anna-Lena Horlemann.

Sparsity in polynomial systems and its applications I-II. Organizers: Mareike Dressler and Timo de Wolff.

Efficient algorithms for geometric invariant theory. Organizers: Peter Bürgisser and Michael Walter.

Intersections in practice. Organizers: Martin Helmer (University of Copenhagen) and Corey Harris (MPI MiS Leipzig).

Random geometry and topology. Organizers: Paul Breiding, Khazhgali Kozhasov, Antonio Lerario and Erik Lundberg.

Applications of topology in neuroscience I-II. Organizers: Ran Levi and Kathryn Hess.

Symbolic combinatorics I-III. Organizers: Shaoshi Chen, Manuel Kauers and Stephen Melczer.

Geometric design for fabrication. Organizer: Helmut Pottmann.

Numerical methods for structured polynomial system solving I-II. Organizers: Alperen Ergur, Pierre Lairez, Gregorio Malajovich and Josue Tonelli-Cueto.

Multivariate spline approximation and algebraic geometry. Organizers: Nelly Villamizar and Michael DiPasquale.

Riemann surfaces. Organizers: Daniele Agostini, Türkü Özlüm Çelik, Christian Klein and Emre Sertöz.

Multiparameter persistence: Algebra, Algorithms, and Applications. Organizers: Matthew Wright.

Chip-firing and tropical curves. Organizers: Chi Ho Yuen (University of Bern) and Alejandro Vargas (University of Bern).

Geometry and topology in applications and data science. Organizers: Jacek Brodzki and Heather Harrington.

Applications of finite fields theory. Organizers: Giacomo Micheli and Violetta Weger.

Algebraic vision. Organizers: Max Lieblich, Tomas Pajdla and Matthew Trager.