MONDAY
10.10-11.00: Plenary lecture: Kiss, TBA
11.10-11.40 COFFEE BREAK
11.40-12.00 Section L: Radeleczki, Maeda type decomposition for algebraic CJ lattices
Section U: Gumm, Characterizing covarieties
12.10-12.30 Section L: Chajda, Local regularity of congruences
Section U: Niederkorn, Free algebras in finitely generated varieties of
MV-algebras
12.35-15.00 LUNCH BREAK
12.30-14.00 Additional registration (for those coming later)
15.00-15.50 Plenary lecture: Willard, Extending Baker's Theorem
15.55-16.20 COFFEE BREAK
16.20-16.40 Section L: Tuma, On simultaneous representations of lattices
Section U: Quackenbush, Varieties of binary codes
16.50-17.10 Section L: Beran, On lattice meanders
Section U: Sayed Ahmed, Amalgamation in algebras of logic
17.20-17.40 Section L: Madarasz, Some new results about power algebra
Section U: Agliano, Idempotent discriminators
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TUESDAY
09.00-09.50 Plenary lecture: Davey, Dualisability of unary algebras: the highs and lows
10.00-10.20 Section L: Czedli, Two minimal clones whose join is gigantic
Section U: Haviar, A criterion for a finite endoprimal algebra to be
endodualisable
10.25-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-11.20 Section L: Fried, Are tournaments non-finitely based?
Section U: Poschel, An old problem concerning locally invertible
transformation monoids is solved
11.30-11.50 Section L: Horiuchi, Introduction of trice
Section U: Rossiger, Modal logic for coalgebras
12.00-12.20 Section L: Machida, Hyperclones over the base set {0,1}
Section U: Pixley, Principle arithmetical varieties
12.25-15.00 LUNCH BREAK
12.30-12.45 PHOTO
12.45-13.45 Additional registration (for those coming late)
15.00-15.50 Plenary lecture: Gratzer, Tensor products and transferability of semilattices
15.55-16.20 COFFEE BREAK
16.20-16.40 Section L: Freese (with Jezek and Nation), Classification of Big Lattices
Section U: Berman, Counting finite algebras in a variety. Part I
16.50-17.10 Section L: Burmeister, Some recent results on orthomodular partial algebras
Section U: Idziak, Counting finite algebras in a variety. Part II
19.00- BANQUET AT THE TOWN HALL
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WEDNESDAY
10.00-10.20 Section L: Schmidt, Regular lattices
Section U: Ensor, Algebras with a compatible binary function
10.25-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-11.20 Section L: Cirulis, Overriding operation in nearlattices
Section U: Szabo, TBA
11.30-12.20 Plenary lecture: Wehrung, Box products
12.25-15.00 LUNCH BREAK
15.00- EXCURSION + PROBLEM SESSION
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THURSDAY
09.00-09.50 Plenary lecture: Herrmann, Equational theory of modular ortholattices
10.00-10.20 Section L: Movsisyan, Regular hyperidentities of Boolean algebras
Section U: Bogdanovic, Idempotent compositions of algebras
10.25-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-11.20 Section L: Serfati, Post algebras and lattices of partitions
Section U: Seselja, Lattice of subalgebras associated to a congruence
11.30-11.50 Section L: Ciric, The structure of the weak congruence lattice
Section U: Tepavcevic, On Sigma-Hamiltonian algebras
12.00-12.20 Section L: Lipparini, Meets of joins in modular varieties
Section U: Lampe, More on dualizability and graph algebras
12.25-15.00 LUNCH BREAK
15.00-15.50 Plenary lecture: McKenzie, TBA
15.55-16.20 COFFEE BREAK
16.20-16.40 Section L: Farley, Functions on distributive lattices with the congruence
substitution property: some problems of Gratzer
Section U: Vernikov, A classification of identities implying the
modular law in lattices of nilsemigroup varieties
16.50-17.10 Section L: Ouwehand, The amalgamation classes of small lattice varieties
Section U: Wood, TBA
17.20-17.40 Section L: Jenner, Absolute retracts in finitely generated congruence
distributive varieties.
Section U: Pinus, Application of conditional terms
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FRIDAY
09.00-09.50 Plenary lecture: Valeriote, Residually Small Equational Classes
10.00-10.20 Section L: Koubek (with Sichler), On almost universal varieties of
modular lattices
Section U: Kaarli, A new characterization of arithmeticity
10.25-11.00 COFFEE BREAK
11.00-11.20 Section L: David, Ideals of quasi-ordered sets
Section U:
11.30-11.50 Section L: Redi, Sublattices in a lattice of two-based clones
Section U: Krapez, Rectangular loops