The conference will be held from July 16-20 2019 on the campus of École de technologie supérieure, located in the heart of Montréal. The modern facilities of the school are close to many of Montreal’s main attractions, hotels and festival sites.
You can now download the final program schedule in PDF format. There are hyperlinks for each session websites and for every talk and poster abstracts. ACA2019_schedule.pdfDownloadRead more "Schedule"
The ACA Scientific Committee has approved the sessions listed below. The aim and scope of each session are available on their respective websites. Poster Session Applications of Computer Algebra Poster Session (Organizers: Marlène Clisson, Valérie...Read more "Sessions"
The ACA participants, as well as the registered accompanying persons, can enjoy three social activities included in the registration fees: the Welcome Reception, the Excursion and the Banquet. There are two optional activities ($) where...Read more "Social Activities"
Getting to Montréal By Plane Montréal Trudeau Airport (YUL) is located 20 km west of Downtown Montréal. The airport is a major hub for Air Canada and Air Transat. Note that you will be required to...Read more "Getting here"
Simon Plouffe is an independent mathematician born in St-Jovite Canada and now living in France. In 1995 he published with...Read More "Simon Plouffe"
Sylvie Ratté is a Professor in the Department of Software and IT Engineering at École de technologie supérieure in Montreal, QC,...Read More "Sylvie Ratté"
Franco Saliola is a young researcher in the Department of mathematics of Université du Québec à Montréal who has successfully integrated...Read More "Franco Saliola"
David Stoutemyer received his Bachelor’s degree in engineering from CalTech, his master’s degree in mechanical engineering from MIT, and a...Read More "David Stoutemyer"