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]]>October 21-26, 2018

**Invited speakers**

Michael Brannan (Texas A&M University),

Nate Brown (Penn State University),

Sarah Browne (Penn State University),

Jose Carrion (Texas Christian University),

Stanley Chang (Wellesley College),

Xiaoman Chen (Fudan University),

Marius Dadarlat (Purdue University),

Caleb Eckhardt (Miami University),

Erik Guentner (University of Hawaii),

Chunlan Jiang (Hebei Normal University),

Marius Junge (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign),

Mehrdad Kalantar (University of Houston),

Hanfeng Li (SUNY at Buffalo),

Liangqing Li (University of Puerto Rico),

Huaxin Lin (University of Oregon Eugene),

Zhuang Niu (University of Wyoming Laramie),

Ping Wong Ng (University of Louisiana at Lafayette),

Cornel Pasnicu (University of Texas at San Antonio),

Chris N. Philips (University of Oregon),

Lin Shan (University of Puerto Rico),

Yanli Song (Washington University in St. Louis),

Xiang Tang (Washington University in St. Louis,

Mei Tao (Baylor University),

Ivan Velazquez (University of Puerto Rico),

Kun Wang (Texas A&M University),

Rufus Willett (University of Hawaii),

Zhizhang Xie (Texas A&M University),

Guoliang Yu (Texas A&M University)

**Organizing Committee:**

Ivan Cardona (University of Puerto Rico, RP),

Guihua Gong (University of Puerto Rico, RP),

Liangqing Li (University of Puerto Rico, RP),

Lin Shan (University of Puerto Rico, RP),

Xiang Tang (Washington University in St. Louis),

Guoliang Yu (Texas A&M University)

Secretaries:

Ivan Velazquez (University of Puerto Rico, RP),

Kun Wang (Texas A&M University)

More information will come shortly.

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]]>**Alberto Ruiz, Dylan Cruz**

Monday, June 04, 2018: 10 a.m.; Room A277 (Faculty of Natural Sciences)

In order for successful decentralization of a cryptocurrency we need a way to secure a public record of transactions between users, called a \textit{blockchain}. We present the benefits of keeping a blockchain and discuss the encryption methods to keep it secure. This includes, the hashing methods, the algebraic theory behind the encryption and the networking details behind it. After a careful study of the material the reader should have a high level understanding of how various blockchain components fit together and gain a deeper grasp of the algebraic theory behind the implementation.

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You can find more information here.

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]]>The class schedule is subject to changes. Below is the version of the schedule as of May 9, 2018. If the frame below does not scroll on your device click here.

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]]>The College of Natural Sciences at the University of Puerto Rico was founded in the year 1943. The Department of Mathematics was one of the founding departments and this year we are celebrating the anniversary with several conferences and symposia.

- SIDIM 2018 — March 2018
- Workshop on Dynamics, Control and Numerics for Fractional PDE’s
- K-Theory and Noncommutative Topology — October 2018

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]]>El horario está sujeto a cambios. A continuación la versión al 19 de abril de 2018.

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