Emil Artin International Conference



With the EMS sponsorship

Emil Artin is one of the most outstanding mathematicians of the 20th century.
His life was short and difficult, but extremely fruitful. Born in Austro-Hungary at the very end of the 19th century, and even went in World War I, he successfully resumed his academic career and quickly ascended to the very top of the mathematical Olympus.
In many respects, thanks to him the image of modern algebra has acquired today's outlines. Artin successfully solved many of difficult problems, among which also Hilbert's, and himself formulated several new, still determining the development of algebraic sciences. An excellent teacher, he had many students and although Mathematics Genealogy Project points 34 of his pupils, including such names as Max Zorn, Serge Lang, John Tate, Hans Zassenhaus, the number of the followers of his talent is much greater. The books written by him have not lost their relevance and are widely currently used by students and specialists.
According to the witty remark of Carl Faith: By the vagaries of life, the name Artinian was restored in adjectival form by Bourbaki: Artinian rings! One can add a few more terms related to its name: Artinian module, Artinian ideal, Artin group, Artin reciprocity, Artin L-function, Artin symbol, Artin map, Artin transfer, Artin conjecture, Artin billiard, and so on.
Artin left a rich scientific legacy, which for a long time will remain a source of new ideas and mathematical inspiration.


The aim of the conference is to provide a forum where specialists will meet to share ideas of latest research in Algebraic Structures, Mathematical Logic, Number Theory, Pure and Applied Mathematics, Computer Science.


Conference Topics:

  • Classical and non-classical Algebraic Structures,
  • Algebra and Logics, Number Theory,
  • Geometry and Topology,
  • Boolean and De Morgan functions, Discrete Mathematics and Cryptography, Applied Mathematics,
  • Universal Algebra, Computer Science and IT,
  • Artin L-functions, Dynamical Systems,
  • Quantum information theory, Quantum Logic and Quantum Computation, Quantum Groups and Quantum Quasigroups.

Invited speakers that confirmed their participation:

  • Sergey Adian (Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Ara Basmajian (City University of New York, Hunter College, USA)
  • Lilya Budaghyan (Bergen University, Norway)
  • Tullio Ceccherini-Silberstein (Universita′ del Sannio, Italy)
  • Rostislav Grigorchuk (Texas A&M University, USA)
  • Alexander Guterman (Moscow State University, Russia)
  • Vadim Kaimanovich (University of Ottawa, Canada)
  • Jörg Koppitz (Potsdam University, Germany)
  • Aleksandar Krapež (Mathematical Institute SASA, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Hayk Melikyan (North Carolina Central University, USA)
  • Daniele Mundici (University of Florence , Italy)
  • Alexander Olshanskii (Vanderbilt University, USA)
  • Alexey Parshin (Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Evgeny Plotkin (Bar Ilan University, Israel)
  • Victor Pumbuccian (Arizona State University, USA)
  • Nikolay Romanovskiy (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Russia)
  • Anna Romanowska (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
  • Hanamantagouda Sankappanavar (State University of New York at New Paltz, USA)
  • Armen Sergeev (Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Victor Shcherbacov (Institute of Informatics and Mathematics, Moldova Academy of Sciences)
  • Ivan Shestakov (São Paulo University, Brazil)
  • Jonathan Smith (Iowa State University, USA)
  • Katrin Tent (University of Münster, Germany)
  • Anatoly Vershik (St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Institute of Mathematics, Russia)
  • Mikhail Volkov (Ural Federeal University, Russia)
  • Efim Zelmanov (University of California,  USA)
  • Anatolii Zhuchok (Luhansk Taras Shevchenko National University, Ukraine)