Computer Algebra Group at Simon Fraser

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Meeting Schedule MOCAA Seminar Series Upcomming Conferences


Welcome to the Jungle: Herb Sutter on software, hardware and concurrency A first look at Intel's Haswell architecture. PhD at RISC Linz, Austria, in symbolic computation. Schwarz-Zippel Lemma Parallel computing experiences with CUDA Tutorial on pthreads Keutzer/Mattson paper Mathematics Education

Photo taken February 2006. From left: Mahdi Javadi, Ron Ferguson, Michael Monagan, Peter Borwein, Ha Le, Mohammed Ghebleh, Austin Roche, Allan Wittkopf, Liang Chen, Greg Fee, Alexandro Erickson, Vahid Dhabagghian, and Roman Pearce.

The Computer Algebra Group (CAG) at Simon Fraser University began in 1997. Members of the group are primarilly interested in the area known as Computer Algebra or Symbolic Computation. We use and develop software for the Maple and the Magma computer algebra systems. The director of the CAG, Dr. Michael Monagan, is one of the authors of Maple. For more information about the group and our research interests see About Us.

Several members of the group have been involved in the MOCAA project, a Mprime (MITACS) research project.

We are currently looking for a PhD student and a Masters student. Please send your CV and a copy of your transcript to Michael Monagan if you are interested.

The department of mathematics offers several courses in computer algebra and related subjects.

Last updated May 20, 2014.