Lev Arkad'evich Kaluzhnin (31.01.1914-06.12.1990) was an outstanding mathematician born in Moscow. Professor of Berlin University, founder and head of the algebra chair in Kyiv University. Author of more than 130 articles and books. Appreciated teacher to his students including 18 PhDs and 4 habilitated PhDs. His wide scientific interests included permutation groups, group varieties theory, algorithm theory, mathematical linguistics. Most famous results lie in the field of group theory.


Tentative schedule of plenary talks

Tentative schedule of section talks

  • Sections 1 and 5 [UPDATED 09.07.2014]

    (Group Theory;

    Semigroups and Algebraic Systems)

  • Sections 2 and 3

    (Rings, Modules, Representations;

    Algerbaic Geometry and Number Theory)

  • Section 4

    (Computer Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Mathematical Logic)