[Blueboard] Talk on Computational Problems on the Web: Introducing SAGE

Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ph.D. mrodrigo at ateneo.edu
Tue Jun 28 10:17:00 PHT 2011


The Department of Information Systems and Computer Science cordially
invites the community to

Computational Problems on the Web: Introducing SAGE
July 6, 6:00-7:30
F 228
by Dr. Wayne Patterson of
Howard University, Washington DC

Computer algebra, or symbolic computation, has become an invaluable
aid in many fields. Initially, systems to support symbolic computation
were very rudimentary. However, very sophisticated versions have
evolved today: Mathematica, Maple and MatLab to name three major
systems. However, there are many more such systems that have appeared,
often with application oriented towards one or another computational
field. One in particular with a set of advantages is a system called
SAGE. Two particular advantages of SAGE are that it is free, and that
it can be installed on local machines but also run on the Web. In this
presentation, we will introduce SAGE, examine its features, and
explore a particular application in cybersecurity.


About Dr. Patterson

Dr. Patterson is the Director of Howard University's Cybersecurity
Research Center. He is also Special Assistant to the Dean of the
Graduate School and Professor of Computer Science. From 2006-2009, he
was Program Manager for Developing Countries, OISE, of the National
Science Foundation.  He has over 60 publications in the area of
cybersecurity, mathematics, and computer science.

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Ma. Mercedes T. Rodrigo, Ph.D.
Director
Office of International Relations
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Associate Professor
Department of Information Systems and Computer Science
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Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Metro Manila 1108
Philippines
Email: mrodrigo at ateneo.edu







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