27th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra

Important Dates

Submission of session proposals
30 April 2022

Submission of talks
31 May 2022

August 15-19, 2022

Conference Topics

The ACA conference series is devoted to promoting all aspects of computer algebra applications, encouraging the interaction of developers of computer algebra systems with researchers and users (including scientists, engineers, educators, mathematicians and practitioners). Topics include, but are not limited to, computer algebra in the sciences, engineering, medicine, pure and applied mathematics, cryptology, education, and computer science.

The 27th International Conference on Applications of Computer Algebra will be held in Gebze Technical University (Gebze-Istanbul, Turkey) during August 15-19, 2022.

Call for Sessions

The ACA conferences are organized as a series of Special Sessions. All interested session organizers can propose a Special Session by sending an e-mail to the ACA 2022 Organizing Committee (General Chair: Zafeirakis Zafeirakopoulos zafeirakopoulos@gmail.com, Program Chair: Veronika Pillwein vpillwei@risc.jku.at). The ACA Working Group will then decide on the acceptance of the proposed session. All accepted sessions will be immediately announced on the conference website.

Session organizers are expected to prepare webpages to host the information regarding their special sessions. Links to the special session webpages will be provided on the ACA 2022 webpage.

A proposal for an ACA 2022 Special Session has to include:

  • title of the Special Session,
  • short abstract describing the Special Session,
  • contact information of the organizers.

For more details please see: http://math.unm.edu/ACA/Organizing/special_session.html

For examples of past sessions, please consult past ACA conferences websites at: http://math.unm.edu/aca.html

ACA 2022 will be part of SCALE (Symbolic Computation Algorithms Learning Engineering): SCALE is gathering together two of the main conferences in computer algebra, combined with summer schools and workshops. The goal is to bring the community together after two years of pandemic and rebuild the ties, especially in the benefit of early career researchers and grad students.

For more information see https://scale.gtu.edu.tr/