Magma is a world-leading computer algebra system developed by the Computational Algebra Group at the University of Sydney. It supports cutting-edge computations in algebra, number theory, algebraic geometry, and algebraic combinatorics and is used on a daily basis by thousands of research mathematicians in over 70 countries. This meeting brings together a group of leading international researchers who have many connections to both Magma and the broad subject areas of computational algebra, geometry and number theory. The conference will celebrate recent advances in these fields together with two significant events: the 30th anniversary of the official launch of Magma, and the outstanding contributions of its founder, John Cannon, as he reaches a personal milestone.

This workshop is supported by AMSI and AustMS through the AMSI-AustMS Workshop Funding program, and benefits from the SMRI International Visitor Program.


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