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Session title

Computational Group Theory


Bettina Eick (U Braunschweig) Steve Linton (U Edinburgh)


Computational Group Theory is a branch of computer algebra. It is concerned with the developement of algorithms to investigate and classify groups and the application of such algorithm in areas like number theory, graph theory or cryptography. GAP, Magma and Sage are software systems which incorporate many methods for such purposes. The session `Computational Group Theory' is organised to discuss any aspects replated to computations with finite or infinite groups.