Zeppelinstrasse 1, 38640 Goslar
Please prepare your abstract in LaTeX, preferably on half a page, but maximally on one page in English and send it not later than April 15, 2015 by email to
Compare the attached sample files
The abstracts will be presented in a unified form on the NCAA www page.
For presentations, there will be available a data projector with a computer.
HERE you can find all abstracts.
The talks start on Monday at 9 in the morning after breakfast
and end at 18 at dinner time. The duration of the talks should be in the average 30' including discussion time.
The schedule will be made on the spot in Goslar in the evening of Sunday.
There may be the possibililty that some talks will be held in the evening after dinner time on Monday.
On Tuesday the program is similar to that on Monday. However, the talks terminate with the coffee break at 15:30 on Tuesday.
Besides analytic approaches to noncommutative algebraic problems, we see nowadays large developments of numerical solutions of problems in linear noncommutative algebras. Therefore, the organizers intend to bring together researches including Ph.D. students to open up the opportunity to present and discuss their current and upcoming results on noncommutative algebras, may it be an analytic or numerical result, or an application to other fields.
But we will not exclude such commutative R 4 - structures like tessarines, Segre's bicomplex numbers and split-complex numbers as well as corresponding structures in higher dimensions (e.g. Cayley-Dickson algebras).
Topics on noncommutative algebras
1. Linear algebra topics:
Zeros of polynomials
2. Analytic topics:
Pure and Applied Clifford analysis
Operator calculus for boundary and initial boundary value problems
Orthonomal systems of monogenic and hyperholomorphic functions
Discrete function theories
Hyperholomorph polynomials and polynomial expansions
Hypercomplex Fourier analysis
Analysis in geometric algebras
3. Applications to:
Development of games