Technische Universität Berlin
Abstracts are provided here.
Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  

Room 1028 (building H)  Room 1028 (building H)  Room 1028 (building H)  Room 2032 (building H)  
9:15  10:15

Richard Brent Using Magma to find good xorshift random number generators 
Frederik Vercauteren The number field sieve in the medium prime case 
Gabi Nebe Lattices and spherical designs 
Antoine Joux The function field sieve in medium characteristic 

10:15  11:00  Morning Tea  
11:00  11:25 
Jasper Scholten Cover attacks on the discrete logarithm problem on curves 
Markus Grassl Finding equiangular lines in complex space 
Andreas Previtali Irreducible constituents of monomial representations 
Florian Hess Computational aspects of pairings


11:30  11:55 
Reinier Bröker Constructing elliptic curves for cryptography 
Tobias Beck Computational formal resolution of surfaces in P^3 
Sergei Haller Groups of Lie type in Magma 

12:00  12:30 
Mike Harrison TUTORIAL: Cryptographic applications of curves in Magma 
Allan Steel TUTORIAL: Fundamentals of commutative algebra in Magma 
Steve Donnelly TUTORIAL: Descent on elliptic curves in Magma 
Sebastian Freundt QaoS 

12:30  1:00 
Osmanbey Uzunkol Recent Developments in KASH 

1:00  2:30  Lunch  
2:30  2:55 
Yuri Tschinkel Algebraic varieties over small fields 
Jordi Quer Fields of definition of building blocks 
Gavin Brown Analysing 3folds that contain a plane 
Alvaro Nolla de Celis Mckay correspondence and Hilbert schemes 

3:00  3:25 
Enrique González Jiménez Equations for modular curves 
Daniel Ryder Elliptic and K3 fibrations birational to Fano varieties 
Jürgen Klüners Computing Galois groups 

3:30  3:55 
Robert Vollmert Computation in convex geometry with applications 
Damien Stehlé The new LLL in Magma 
Stephen Coughlan Free resolutions and birational geometry 

4:00  4:45  Afternoon Tea  
4:45  5:45 
John Voight Computational aspects of Shimura curves 
Tom Fisher Using descent calculations to find points on elliptic curves 
Kamal KhuriMakdisi Fast algorithms for Picard groups of general curves 