# SIAM AN 18 Proposed Minisymposia

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'''[[Geometry of Tensors]].''' Organizer: Mateusz Michalek (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, and Polish Academy of Sciences) and Yang Qi (U Chicago) | '''[[Geometry of Tensors]].''' Organizer: Mateusz Michalek (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, and Polish Academy of Sciences) and Yang Qi (U Chicago) | ||

- | '''[[Numerical Algebraic Geometry]].''' Organizer: Dani Brake (UWEC) | + | '''[[2018 Minisymposium on Numerical Algebraic Geometry]].''' Organizer: Dani Brake (UWEC) |

'''[[Optimization Theory and Algebraic Geometry]].''' Organizer: Gabor Pataki (UNC) | '''[[Optimization Theory and Algebraic Geometry]].''' Organizer: Gabor Pataki (UNC) | ||

'''[[Theoretical Challenges in Tensor Decomposition]].''' Organizer: Elina Robeva (MIT) and Anna Seigal (UC Berkeley) | '''[[Theoretical Challenges in Tensor Decomposition]].''' Organizer: Elina Robeva (MIT) and Anna Seigal (UC Berkeley) |

## Revision as of 06:06, 26 January 2018

**January 22, 2018: ** Minisymposium Proposal Submission Deadline Extended

**January 31, 2018: ** Minisymposium Presentation Abstract Deadline

**Algebraic Geometry meets Numerical Differential Geometry.** Organizer: Tingran Gao (U Chicago) and Jose Israel Rodriguez (U Chicago)

**Algebraic Statistics.** Organizer: Carlos Amendola (TU Munich), Elizabeth Gross (San Jose State U), and Jose Israel Rodriguez (U Chicago)

**Geometry of Tensors.** Organizer: Mateusz Michalek (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, and Polish Academy of Sciences) and Yang Qi (U Chicago)

**2018 Minisymposium on Numerical Algebraic Geometry.** Organizer: Dani Brake (UWEC)

**Optimization Theory and Algebraic Geometry.** Organizer: Gabor Pataki (UNC)

**Theoretical Challenges in Tensor Decomposition.** Organizer: Elina Robeva (MIT) and Anna Seigal (UC Berkeley)