Nikolaus Conference 2004

What was it?

The Nikolaus conference is an annual meeting for talks and discussions on group and representation theory, with an emphasis on computational aspects.

We had sessions with short talks (20 minutes) as well as discussions during longer breaks, joint dinners and late night sessions. We have particularly encouraged people who had recently finished their diploma or doctoral thesis to participate and to present their results.

When and Where was it?

The meeting began Friday, December 10, 2004, about 2pm. There were talks until Saturday, December 11, 2004, about 6pm. Many participants stayed after that for the evening and only left on Sunday morning.

The meeting point was Lehrstuhl D für Mathematik (RWTH Aachen). Talks were in lecture rooms close to the Lehrstuhl.

How Could I Have Told That I Wanted To Come?

If you wanted to come, you could have used this registration form or could have written an email to me (see bottom of page) containing equivalent information. Your would have been asked to offer to give a talk with your registration.

Here is a list of participants.

Was There a Program for the Talks?

Of course! A detailed tentative program was available from about one week before the meeting. Now there is a final program.

20 Minutes is Not Enough

As a speaker you could win extra 5 minutes (but not more!!!) for your talk if you beat this computer in Collect Four.

Frank Lübeck

Questions and suggestions to Frank.Luebeck@Math.RWTH-Aachen.De.

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