Welcome to the homepage of the Number Theoretic Algorithms and Related Topics workshop.
On this site you can find the following informations:
The workshop is supported by the Austrian Science Foundation FWF via a ''Forschungsschwerpunkt'' (FSP) devoted to Number Theoretic Algorithms and Their Applications. The aim of the workshop is to bring together internationally renowned specialists on related areas with the Austrian research groups of the FSP, in particular with the rising generation.
Of particular interest are the following topics:
The committee for the workshop consists of the following people:
There will be a special issue of the journal "INTEGERS, Electronic Journal of Combinatorial Number Theory", with guest editors M. Drmota, G. Larcher, R. Tichy, and R. Winkler.
This issue welcomes original research articles in combinatorics and number theory, with a reference for those that have a connection to both fields. Topics covered include Diophantine Analysis, Enumeration Systems, Coding theory and Cryptography, Pseudorandomness and Quasi Monte Carlo Methods, Discrepancy, Fractals, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems. The guest editors invite you to submit a paper. Prospective authors should follow the instructions concerning layout as given on the journal's homepage except that they should send a postscript file electronically to NumbThAlgo2004@geometrie.tuwien.ac.at. The deadline for submisson is December 31, 2004.
You can find the official Call for Papers here.
The workshop takes place in Strobl, a small village at Lake Wolfgangsee on the border between the Austrian provinces Salzburg and Upper Austria, at the Bundesinstitut für Erwachsenenbildung St. Wolfgang [map] [homepage].
The scientific program will start on Monday, September 27, in the morning and finish on Friday, October 1, in the evening.
There will be one afternoon without talks. For this afternoon we will organise two alternative excursions. The first one is very close to the location of the workshop, a trip by ship on Lake Wolfgang ("Wolfgangsee") and then by cog railway ("Schafbergbahn") up to the Schafberg mountain (1782m).
The alternative is a guided tour to Salzburg city.
The expected costs per person are approximately 15 Euro for each of the excursions.
For communication concerning the workshop please use the following address: NumbThAlgo2004@geometrie.tuwien.ac.at.
Please don't hesitate to use this address whenever you have any questions.
Last modified: Jul 13 12:55 CEST 2004