# SIAM AG 21 Proposed Minisymposia

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# Algebraic Geometry of Biological and Neurological Data. <br> Organizers: Annachiara Korchmaros, Lisa Lamberti, and Marta Panizzut | # Algebraic Geometry of Biological and Neurological Data. <br> Organizers: Annachiara Korchmaros, Lisa Lamberti, and Marta Panizzut | ||

# Confirmable workflows and large computations in algebraic geometry. <br> Organizers: Taylor Brysiewicz and Lars Kastner | # Confirmable workflows and large computations in algebraic geometry. <br> Organizers: Taylor Brysiewicz and Lars Kastner | ||

+ | # Data Structures in Tropical Geometry. <br> Organizers: Carlos Améndola and Anthea Monod | ||

# Algebraic Methods in Graphical Models. <br> Organizers: Carlos Améndola, Mathias Drton, Alex Grosdos, Roser Homs | # Algebraic Methods in Graphical Models. <br> Organizers: Carlos Améndola, Mathias Drton, Alex Grosdos, Roser Homs |

## Revision as of 07:07, 4 January 2021

This wiki page is for informal coordination of minisymposia at SIAM AG21.

If you intend to propose a minisymposium, please email the title and names of organizers to the conference co-chairs (Hal Schenck and Josephine Yu).

Deadline for official submission: January 14, 2021 (11:59 p.m. Eastern Time).

- Submission Site (Conference Management System)

- Submissions and Deadlines (Please read the Minisymposia section. Note the "one talk per person" rule. This does not apply to invited plenary speakers. A poster may be presented in addition to a talk, provided the talk and the poster are on different results. A minisymposium organizer who is giving an introductory talk may give a talk at another minisymposium.)

### Proposed Sessions

- Optimization and Algebraic Geometry I and II.

Organizer: Gabor Pataki - Algebraic Geometry of Data.

Organizers: Luca Sodomaco and Kathlén Kohn - Algebraic Vision.

Organizers: Timothy Duff and Kathlén Kohn - Commutative Algebra.

Organizers: Alex Constantinescu and Thomas Kahle

(To be specialized further later, in coordination with other commutative algebra sessions.) - Algebraic Approaches to Maximum Likelihood Estimation.

Organizers: Jane Ivy Coons, Aida Maraj, and Miruna-Stefana Sorea - New Trends in Polynomial System Solving.

Organizers: Margaret Regan and Simon Telen - Algebraic Geometry and Machine Learning.

Organizers: Jonathan Hauenstein, Yang-Hui He, Dhagash Metha, and Tingting Tang - Tropical Geometry.

Organizers: Marvin Hahn, Yue Ren, and Benjamin Schröter

(To be specialized further later, in coordination with other tropical sessions.) - Computational Real Algebraic Geometry.

Organizers: Cordian Riener and Josué Tonelli-Cueto - Polynomial Optimization and Applications.

Organizers: Timo de Wolff and Mareike Dressler - Differential Equations in Algebraic Geometry and Beyond.

Organizers: Yairon Cid-Ruiz and Gleb Pogudin - Algebra and geometry of dynamic models.

Organizers: Nicolette Meshkat, Alexey Ovchinnikov, and Gleb Pogudin - Rank-Metric and Subspace Codes.

Organizers: Hiram H. López and Alberto Ravagnani - Algebraic Geometry of Biological and Neurological Data.

Organizers: Annachiara Korchmaros, Lisa Lamberti, and Marta Panizzut - Confirmable workflows and large computations in algebraic geometry.

Organizers: Taylor Brysiewicz and Lars Kastner - Data Structures in Tropical Geometry.

Organizers: Carlos Améndola and Anthea Monod - Algebraic Methods in Graphical Models.

Organizers: Carlos Améndola, Mathias Drton, Alex Grosdos, Roser Homs