Researcher, School of Mathematics
The University of Edinburgh, UK
Natalia Iyudu was born in Moscow, have been studying, did her PhD and then got a permanent position as a research associate at the Mech.-Math. Department of the Moscow State University. She continued her research as a visiting professor at the Max-Planck-Institute in Bonn, Grace Young Fellow at Queen Mary, University of London, contributed to the research activities at the Newton Institute in Cambridge, Erwin Schroedinger Institute in Vienna, IHES in Paris.
Noncommutative ring theory,quadratic algebras,K-theory, representation theory and its geometric aspects, connections to deformation theory, operadic generalizations of algebras presented by relations, structures of noncommutative algebra originating in physics, like Calabi-Yau algebras
University of Haute Alsace, France
Abdenacer Makhlouf obtained his PhD in Mathematics in 1990 from University of Haute Alsace (Mulhouse, France) where he is currently working as Associate Professor.
His research is on the structure, representations, deformations and cohomology of various types of algebras, including associative algebra, nonassociative algebras, Hopf algebras and n-ary algebras. He is acting as editor Journal of Generalized Lie theory and application and in the advisory board of Algebra, Geometry and Mathematical Physics network. He held positions as visiting Professor in several universities (South Florida, Lund and Almeria). He wrote more than 70 papers and edited 7 proceedings and special issues. He supervised 11 PhD thesis and organized several international conferences.
Non associative algebras, Hopf algebras, n-ary algebras, Deformations, Representations, Homological algebras
University of Aizu, Japan
He completed doctor of sciences from Rikkyo University in 1990. Worked as Assistant Professor in Department of Mathematics in Shimane University from 1981 to 1998 and presently he working as Professor in University of Aizu. He published more than 100 papers.
Nonassociative algebras; Lie algebras and super algebras; Riple systems (ternary algebra); Jordan algebras.