About The Conference

The Conference of Young Algebraists in Thailand (CYAT) is a series of conferences for mathematicians and researchers in the field of algebra and related topics. The conference was started by Tiang Poomsa-ard and his group in 1996 at Khon Kaen University, Thailand, to provide a platform for young algebraists, researchers, and college students across Thailand to come together, share their research findings, and exchange ideas with others. Moreover, the conference also offers an opportunity for attendees to network and establish collaborations with other researchers in the field. The conference has been held annually in November since it began, often by several colleges throughout Thailand, including.

1. Chiang Mai University
2. Mahasarakham University
3. Maejo University
4. Rajamangala University of Technology Isan (Khon Kaen Campus)
5. Silpakorn University (Sanam Chan Palace Campus)
6. Udon Thani Rajabhat University

In 2019, the 15th CYAT made its first-ever international event at Chiang Mai University. As a result, the conference series was renamed the International Conference of Young Algebraists in Thailand (ICYAT). One of the main objectives of ICYAT is to give researchers and students working on algebra and related topics a venue to collaborate and present their research to a global audience. Additionally, this conference allows participants to network with their peers, stay current on relevant topics, and have in-depth conversations with international researchers.

The 16th International Conference of Young Algebraists in Thailand (ICYAT), originally scheduled for 2020 and organized by Maejo University, has been postponed to March 24-25, 2023, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are delighted to invite researchers and students from around the world interested in algebra and related topics to join us at the 16th International Conference of Young Algebraists in Thailand (16ICYAT) at Maejo University. This warm and welcoming conference is also an opportunity to honor the founder, Assoc. Prof. Tiang Poomsa-ard, on the occasion of his 80th birthday anniversary.

Information for contributed talks

Oral presentations are required to be made by PowerPoint or Pdf, which should be controlled by the speaker.

The oral presentation will be 15 minutes plus 5 minutes questions in English. There will be warning signals for the end of your presentation. Please strictly follow the schedule.

All speakers are required to load and check the files before the presentation.

A PC-compatible computer and a LCD projector will be provided.

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