Dear Colleagues,

The Institute of Mathematics of the University of Tartu in collaboration with Estonian Doctoral School in Mathematics and Statistics will organize the workshop

"Algebra and its applications"
April 27-29, 2012, Sokka, Estonia.

This annual spring workshop has traditionally attracted mathematicians interested in various areas of algebra such as universal algebra, semigroup theory, group theory, lattice theory, category theory and linear algebra. Also, we always welcome talks on applications of algebra in other disciplines, such as computer science, topology, geometry etc.

The website of the workshop is at . The working language of the workshop is English.

All participants will be offered an opportunity to present a 25-minutes talk or a 50-minutes talk. Those who wish to give a talk are asked to send us the abstract prepared using this template file. For a presentation, it is possible to use a laptop computer with a projector, or a whiteboard.

The workshop will take place at the Sokka Holiday Resort ( in South-Estonia near Otepää, about 50 km to the South of Tartu. The event starts in Friday afternoon and ends at Sunday noon. The transportation between Tartu and Sokka is arranged by the organizers.

There is no participation fee for the workshop. The cost of accommodation at Sokka does not exceed 20 euros per night, but probably is less. Unfortunately, it will be complicated to arrange single accommodation at Sokka, but if you have such a wish, please let us know in advance. The costs of PhD students of the doctoral school and their supervisors are covered by the doctoral school.

Please let us know if you wish to participate in the workshop by sending us by e-mail the registration form below, and also please feel free to inform your possibly interested colleagues or students about the workshop. The deadline for registration and sending an abstract is April 8. For further information please contact vlaan at ut ee or kaarli at ut ee .

Kalle Kaarli
Valdis Laan



Do you wish to give a talk? If yes, would you prefer a 25- or 50-minutes talk?

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