Ramification in Algebra and Geometry at Emory (RAGE) is an international conference organized by the algebra and number theory group at Emory University, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. The conference is primarily focused on the interaction between algebra and geometry within the following thematic areas:
- the arithmetic of linear algebraic groups and homogeneous spaces
- cohomological invariants
- essential dimension
- division algebras and the Brauer group
- Chow groups and motivic decomposition
- generic Galois extensions
- Brauer-Manin obstructions
Thanks: The organizers would like to thank the speakers and all
the participants of the RAGE conference for helping to make it a
Videos: A sampling of the talks were recorded in video format. These videos have been edited and are now available.
Open Problems: On Thursday 19 May 2011, we held an evening open problem session focused on open problems in the field with a geometric flavor. A transcription of the open problems presented is now available [PDF].
Poster: The official conference poster is ready! Print it out in your department (it's made for 11x17 or A3 sized paper).
Visas: If you are not a US citizen or permanent resident, please consult our information guide concerning visa requirements before you depart.
Registration: If you are interested in attending please, please fill out the online registration form. Registration deadline was 9 May 2011.
Funding: Limited travel/lodging support is available for participants. Registration deadline to apply for funding was 13 March 2011.
We are grateful for the support of the National Science Foundation (under grant DMS-1068423), the National Security Agency (under grant H98230-11-1-0220), the Subvention Fund of the Emory University Office of the Provost, and the Emory Department of Mathematics and Computer Science.