**Third International Workshop on
Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART-III)
**

**Final Announcement
**

The Third
International Conference on Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART-III)
is the third in a series of conferences after DART (2000) and DART-II (2007) on
the subject of differential algebra and related topics. Based on the pioneering
work of Ritt and foundational research of Kolchin in the last century, differential algebra has
evolved into an extremely rich subject in the recent two decades. From
traditional studies of differential equations using an algebraic view point, it
now has interactions with highly diversified areas of mathematics, ranging from
algebraic geometry, combinatorics, and mathematical
logic to differential algebraic equations on differential manifolds,
Diophantine geometry, and arithmetic differential equations. New and improved
differential algebraic methods have been incorporated in many symbolic
computation systems. Much progress has also been made in related algebra
structures, such as difference algebra, difference and differential schemes,
and Rota-Baxter algebra.

**Topics.** Differential
Galois theory, differential schemes, differential
algebraic groups, differential algebra and model theory, exterior differential
systems, Riemann-Hilbert correspondence, Rota-Baxter algebra, renormalization, integrable systems, computational differential algebra.
Analogous topics in difference algebra are included as well. Other topics such
as D-module theory, control theory, and applications to non-commutative
differential geometry will also be considered in as much as they relate to the
above.

**Conference Program**

**Thursday, November 13 in Bove Auditorium,
Engelhard Hall**

**Friday, November 14 in Ackerson Hall 123**

**Saturday, November 15 in Ackerson Hall 123**

**Sunday, November 16 in Ackerson Hall 123**

*** Poster presentations**

Ruyong
Feng, Liouvillian Solutions
of Linear Differential-Difference Equations

Xiaoshan
Gao, A Criterion for Testing Whether a Difference
Ideal Is Reflexive and Prime

Hani
Shaker, On Factorization of Multivariate Polynomials and de Rham
Cohomology

Ekaterina Shemyakova,
Differential Transformations for Second-Order Bivariate
Parabolic LPDOs (Linear Partial Differential
Operators)

Max Wakefield, Derivations of an
Effective Divisor on the Complex Projective Line

**Conference URL:** http://newark.rutgers.edu/~liguo/DARTIII/diffalg.html

**Program Committee:**

Li Guo,

Matilde Marcolli, Max-Planck
Institute in Mathematics (marcolli@mpim-bonn.mpg.de)

Michael
Singer,

William Sit,
City College of CUNY (wyscc@sci.ccny.cuny.edu)

**Local Committee:**

Li Guo,

William Keigher,