NATO NATO Logo Advanced Study Institute 
Computational Noncommutative Algebra
and Applications
July 6--19, 2003
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What are ASI's?
Advanced Study Institutes are two-week-long advanced-level tutorial courses on a subject given by lecturers of international standing. The purpose of this ASI is to take stock of a century of deep work in fusing algebra, analysis, and geometry and to allow a new generation of mathematicians, engineers, and other scientists to share the profound insights of some of the outstanding contributors to the state of the art. We would like to thank our generous sponsors.
Who are the lecturers?
See the list of lecturers and the lecture schedule.
Who can attend?
Scientists and/or research students of all nationalities, who have either specialized in the field or who have an appropriate advanced scientific background.
When is it?
The two weeks from Sunday 6 July to Saturday 19 July, 2003.
Where is it?
At the Il Ciocco Resort Hotel, in Tuscany, Italy. Directions and prices. Check out the pictures we took at the last conference.
How much does it cost?
There is no fee for participants from universities or government. The fee for participants from industry will be $US 200. Everyone will have to pay travel and living expenses.
Can I get funded?
If you are from a NATO Country or Partner Country, you may be able to obtain grants towards travel and living expenses by applying to the Director. We can give limited support to participants from universities in NATO and Eastern European countries. We will give preference to those with recently awarded PhD. degrees and others who do not have a realistic possibility of support from other sources.
How many may attend?
Besides the 16 principal lecturers, we must strictly limit the number of participants to 85. We can accommodate only a few from outside of NATO/Eastern Europe. We expect those selected to attend the full two weeks of the Institute.
How do I apply?
You must apply to the Director.
When are abstracts due?
If you are a possible poster-session contributor, send your abstract by May 1, 2003.
By when will you know?
We will email to you our decisions about your applications and abstracts by June 1, 2003.
Interested in an internship in the U.S.?
If you are a scientist from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, or Uzbekistan and you are interested in applications of harmonic analysis in signal processing, you may qualify for a 3-6 month fully-sponsored internship in the U.S.A. under the SABIT program. Please send a one-page resume to

First Announcement   25 November 2002
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