Directions homologiques en geometrie algebrique et algebre commutative

In view of the current situation, we have regretfully decided to cancel the Homological Trends in Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry meeting in Bucharest. We thank you for your interest in our conference and we are sorry for this inconvenience. We intend to reschedule the conference when safer times will arrive.

Centre Francophone en Mathématiques de Bucharest, ICUB (The Research Institute of the University of Bucharest), the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Bucharest and Simion Stoilow Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy will organize the conference "Homological Trends in Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry". We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of Centre Francophone en Mathématiques de Bucharest, Foundation Compositio Mathematica, ICUB and Bitdefender. The talks will take place at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Bucharest, and will start in the morning of June 1st and end in the late afternoon of June 5th 2020, with May 31st/June 6th the arrival/departure day.

Conference venue


All talks will be hosted at ``Spiru Haret'' amphitheater, located at the ground floor of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.

A colored, detailed program is available here.

The list of abstracts is available here.

  • Josep Àlvarez-Montaner (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Florin Ambro (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Cristian Anghel (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Marian Aprodu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Șerban Bărcănescu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Christine Berkesch (Minneapolis, USA)
  • Nero Budur (Leuven, Belgium)
  • Giulio Caviglia (West Lafayette, USA)
  • Marc Chardin (Paris, France)
  • Filip Chindea (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Gabriel Chiriacescu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Yairon Cid-Ruiz (Leipzig, Germany)
  • Mircea Cimpoeaş (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Claudia Ciobanu (Ploieşti, Romania)
  • Mihai Cipu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Iustin Coandă (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Roxana Cojman (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Andrei Comăneci (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Aldo Conca (Genova, Italy)
  • Alexandru Dimca (Nice, France)
  • Rodica Dinu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Tiberiu Dumitrescu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Viviana Ene (Constanța, Romania)
  • Florian Enescu (Atlanta, USA)
  • Mihai Epure (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Gavril Farkas (Berlin, Germany)
  • Laura Filimon (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Mihai Fulger (Storrs, USA)
  • Huy Tài Hà (New Orleans, USA)
  • Jürgen Herzog (Essen, Germany)
  • Cristodor Ionescu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Sijong Kwak (Daejeon, South Korea)
  • András Lőrincz (Berlin, Germany)
  • Linquan Ma (West Lafayette, USA)
  • Hasan Mahmood (New Orleans, USA)
  • Anja Meyer (Manchester, UK)
  • Florea Mircea (Bucharest, Romania)
  • András Némethi (Budapest, Hungary)
  • Rosa Miró-Roig (Barcelona, Spain)
  • Satoshi Murai (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Anda Olteanu (Constanța, Romania)
  • Oana-Ştefania Olteanu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Claudia Polini (Notre-Dame, USA)
  • Dorin Popescu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Claudiu Raicu (Notre Dame, USA)
  • Guillaume Rond (Marseille, France)
  • Gregory Smith (Kingston, Canada)
  • Miruna-Ștefana Sorea (Leipzig, Germany)
  • Dumitru Stamate (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Alin Ștefan (Ploieşti, Romania)
  • Bernd Ulrich (West Lafayette, USA)
  • Marius Vlădoiu (Bucharest, Romania)
  • Uli Walther (West Lafayette, USA)
  • Jerzy Weyman (Krakow, Poland)

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Travel Info
Bucharest has a full range of accommodation facilities, at different rates and standards. The conference venue is downtown, so we reccomend you to book the accommodation in the center area. The conference venue can be reached directly from the airport by express bus 783, which is available 24 hours from Arrivals terminal. In order to reach the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science directly from the airport one should get the bus 783 from Arrivals terminal and get down at "PIATA 21 DECEMBRIE 1989", see the time schedule here. This bus stop is placed near the University building, at about 200 metres from the entrance of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.

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