**Szeged, Hungary, June 21–25, 2012**

Name | Affiliation | Country | Abstract, presentation |
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Kira Adaricheva | Yeshiva University | USA | Effective bases of finite closure systems |

Libor Barto | McMaster University Charles University |
Canada Czech Republic |
The Valeriote conjecture |

Mike Behrisch | Technische Universität Dresden | Germany | Characterising Categorical Equivalence of Finite Semigroups |

Clifford Bergman | Iowa State University | USA | Fully Invariant and Verbal Congruences |

Norbert Bogya | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Simion Breaz | Babes-Bolyai University | Romania | Direct products and homomorphisms |

Jakub Bulín | Charles University | Czech Republic | Algebraic reduction of CSP to digraphs |

Miguel Campercholi | Universidad Nacional de Cordoba | Argentina | Implicit definition of the quaternary discriminator |

Ivan Chajda | Palacky University | Czech Republic | Tolerance factorable varieties and four ways Béla Csákány influenced their study |

Jelena Čolić | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | On the lattice of clones of incompletely specified operations |

Béla Csákány | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Gábor Czédli | University of Szeged | Hungary |
Tolerance factorable varieties and four ways Béla Csákány influenced their study
Congruence preimages of tolerances and four ways Béla Csákány influenced their study On The Number Of Slim Semimodular Lattices |

Tamás Dékány | University of Szeged | Hungary | On The Number Of Slim Semimodular Lattices |

Dejan Delić | Ryerson University | Canada | |

Miklós Dormán | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Marcel Erné | Leibniz University Hannover | Germany | Screens - a missing link between lattices and finite posets |

Stephan Foldes | Tampere University of Technology | Finland | Remarks on chains and antichains |

Ralph Freese | University of Hawaii | USA | Maltsev Conditions |

Reiner Fritzsche | formerly U Halle (now retired) | Germany | |

Ewa Graczyńska | Opole University of Technology (in a process) | Poland | Dependence spaces |

George Grätzer | University of Manitoba | Canada | Sectionally Complemented Lattices |

Joanna Grygiel | Jan Długosz University | Poland | On the tolerance lattice of tolerance factors I
Lattices being blocks of skeleton tolerances |

Katarzyna Grygiel | Jagiellonian University | Poland | Lattices being blocks of skeleton tolerances |

Lankun Guo | Hunan University | China | |

Gergő Gyenizse | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Radomír Halaą | Palacky University | Czech Republic | Tolerance factorable varieties and four ways Béla Csákány influenced their study |

Miklós Hartmann | University of York University of Szeged |
United Kingdom Hungary |
On axiomatisability questions about monoid acts |

Eszter K. Horváth | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Gábor Horváth | University of Debrecen Johannes Kepler University |
Hungary Austria |
Solving functional equations with algebra |

Jelena Jovanović | University of Belgrade | Serbia | Strong Malcev conditions implying congruence meet-semidistributivity |

Kamilla Kátai-Urbán | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Alexandr Kazda | Charles University | Czech Republic | Absorption and reflexive digraphs |

Keith Kearnes | University of Colorado | USA | |

Paula Kemp | Missouri State University | USA | |

Emil W. Kiss | Eötvös Loránd University | Hungary | Congruence preimages of tolerances and four ways Béla Csákány influenced their study |

Lajos Klukovits | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Jacek Krzaczkowski | Maria Curie Sklodowska University | Poland | |

Ádám Kunos | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Wolfgang Leeb | Johannes Kepler University | Austria | |

Hajime Machida | ICU | Japan | Minimal Clones and Maximal Centralizing Monoids |

Rozália Madarász | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | |

Laszlo Major | Tampere University of Technology | Finland | On the unimodality of rank numbers in face lattices of certain polytopes |

László Márki | Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics | Hungary | |

Petar Marković | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | |

Miklós Maróti | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Ralph McKenzie | Vanderbilt University | USA | Malcev families of quasivarieties closed under join or Malcev product |

George McNulty | University of South Carolina | USA | The minimal variety problem is NP-hard |

László Megyesi | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Slavko Moconja | University of Belgrade | Serbia | |

Ildikó Nagy | Hungary | ||

Anvar Nurakunov | Kyrgyz Academy of Sciences Eurasian National University |
Kyrgyzstan Kazakhstan |
Remark on axiomatizable classes closed under subdirect products |

Jakub Oprąal | Charles University | Czech Republic | |

László Ozsvárt | University of Szeged | Hungary | On The Number Of Slim Semimodular Lattices |

Péter P. Pálfy | Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics | Hungary | |

Jovanka Pantović | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | |

Cosmin Pelea | Babes-Bolyai University | Romania | Term functions in multialgebra theory |

Agata Pilitowska | Warsaw University of Technology | Poland | Semilattice ordered algebras II - the lattice of subvarieties |

Miroslav Ploąčica | Slovak Academy of Sciences | Slovakia | Congruence FD-maximal varieties |

András Pongrácz | Central European University | Hungary | A new operation on finite partially ordered sets inherited from the random poset |

Alexander Popovich | Ural Federal University | Russia | Representation of distributive spatial lattices by congruence lattices of groupoids |

Reinhard Pöschel | Technische Universität Dresden | Germany | Clones and Galois connections |

Sándor Radeleczki | University of Miskolc | Hungary | On the tolerance lattice of tolerance factors II |

Duąan Radičanin | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | |

Frederik Renetseder Saxinger | Johannes Kepler University | Austria | |

Anna Romanowska | Warsaw University of Technology | Poland | Algebraic closure of generalized convex sets |

Karsten Schölzel | University of Luxembourg | Luxembourg | The minimal clones generated by semiprojections on a four-element set |

Branimir ©eąelja | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | Lattice-valued identities and equational classes |

Benedek Skublics | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Vanja Stepanović | University of Belgrade | Serbia | On derived weak congruence representability |

Michał Stronkowski | Warsaw University of Technology | Poland | Embedding entropic algebras into modules |

Csaba Szabó | Eötvös Loránd University | Hungary | A new operation on finite partially ordered sets inherited from the random poset |

László Szabó | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Nóra Szakács | University of Szeged | Hungary | On The Number Of Slim Semimodular Lattices |

Zoltan Szekely | University of Guam | USA | Equational complexity of graph algebras |

Ágnes Szendrei | University of Colorado University of Szeged |
USA Hungary |
Clones with finitely many relative R-classes |

Mária B. Szendrei | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Andreja Tepavčević | University of Novi Sad | Serbia | |

Balázs Udvari | University of Szeged | Hungary | On The Number Of Slim Semimodular Lattices |

Edith M. Vargas García | Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México | México | Which maximal clones can be maximal C-clones. |

Tamás Waldhauser | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Ross Willard | University of Waterloo | Canada | Proving inconsistency: towards a better Maltsev CSP algorithm |

Russ Woodroofe | Washington University in St. Louis | USA | Modular and maximal chains in the subgroup lattice of a finite group |

László Zádori | University of Szeged | Hungary | |

Anna Zamojska-Dzienio | Warsaw University of Technology | Poland | Semilattice ordered algebras I - free algebras |

Dmitriy Zhuk | Moscow State University | Russia | On the lattice of clones on three elements |