International conference on commutative Algebra and its Interactions with Algebraic Geometry, in Honor of 60th Birthday of Prof. Siamak Yassemi

1-4 October 2019,

University of Tabriz, Marand Technical College, Iran.

 

Commutative algebra is one of the branches of algebra, which was studied extensively at the turn of the century. Originally, commutative rings occurred in the 19th century as the rings of integers and the coordinate rings of algebraic varieties as well. The history of commutative algebra dates back to the monumental lecture of David Hilbert who gave an introductory course of invariant theory.

The motivating idea for the development of commutative algebra is the fact that the abstract approach is often much simpler and definitely more general, which yields many of the results for concrete objects in mathematics without calculation. Now commutative algebra has many applications in other fields of mathematics.

The aim of this conference is to provide an opportunity to bring together researchers interested in commutative algebra and its interactions with algebraic geometry. The conference is organized in honor of 60th birthday of Professor Siamak Yassemi.

The conference will be held in University of Tabriz, Marand technical college.

 

Scientific Committee:

 

Organizing Committee:

  • Amir Bagheri, University of Tabriz 
  • Neda Kaffash Charandabi, University of Tabriz
  • Ramazan Zarghami, University of Tabriz
  • Hassan Emami, University of Tabriz
  • Abolfazl Shahamat, University of Tabriz