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Early registration (by June 1, 2022): $250
Registration (after June 1, 2022): $300
The purpose of the conference is to bring together experts in Group Theory, Combinatorics and Computing to discuss computational, algorithmic and application aspects that have recently emerged at the interface between these areas. These areas are fundamental now to modern communications and have values for the economy and the continuing upgrading and staying ahead in our undergraduate and postgraduate programs in these important developments. We will focus somewhat on different applications to other sciences. We will also explore computational approaches like Computational Group Theory that give rise to new methodology in proving theoretical results.
We shall devote substantial efforts to get some funds to support participation by individuals who do not have federal support, or who are students, post-doctoral scholars, retirees, or from under-represented groups.
The proceedings of the conference will be published in the International Journal of Group theory. Papers must be submitted through the IJGT online system with the wording "paper for the Proceedings of 2022 CCGTA in FLA".
The deadline for submission is January 31, 2023.
Daniela Nikolova-Popova, FAU
Ted Hurley, National University of Ireland-Galway
Delaram Kahrobaei, CUNY, USA
Patrizia Longobardi, University of Salerno, Italy
Carlo Maria Scoppola, University of L’Aquila, Italy
Vladimir Tonchev, Michigan Technological University, USA
The closest airports are: FLL (Fort Lauderdale), PBI (Palm Beach International), and MIA (Miami).
There are 2 trains – TriRail and BrightLine– connecting these airports with the closest town: Boca Raton.
There is no other public transportation. Free parking will be available for the hotel guests.
All the activities of the venue will take place in Wyndham Deerfield Beach Resort, Florida.
Cost of the accommodation, taxes included:
Free parking will be available for the hotel guests.
Visit here to book a room in the Wyndham hotel: https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/groups/hr/fau-department-of-mathematics1.
Contact the organizer Dr. Daniela Nikolova (Popova) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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