The general areas of interest include

  • all aspects of parallel algorithms for computer algebra
  • software techniques for parallel computer algebra systems
  • applications of parallel computer algebra in all fields
  • use of computer algebra to design parallel algorithms or software in other areas.

Examples of particular topics include, but are not limited to,

  • parallel polynomial computation
  • parallel algorithms for symbolic linear algebra, matrix operations and linear systems

  • parallel methods for solving systems of differential equations

  • parallel methods for Groebner basis computation

  • parallel algorithms in combinatorics and cryptography

  • parallel algorithms in computational algebraic geometry

  • complexity of parallel computer algebra algorithms

  • reinvention and adaptation of existing symbolic algorithms to a parallel setting.