19th International Conference on

Nearrings and Nearfields

Chi-Tou, July 31—August 6, 2005

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List of Registered

The following nearringers have confirmed that they will take part in the conference.

  1. Geoff Booth (South Africa): On strongly prime near-rings of continuous functions
  2. Satyanarayana Bhavanari (India): On minimal elements and fuzzy linearly independent elements of N-groups
  3. Mikhail Chebotar (Russia)
  4. T. Tamizh Chelvam (India): Weakly b-regular near-rings
  5. Tyng-Shyan Chen (Taiwan)
  6. River Chiang (Taiwan)
  7. Yong Uk Cho (South Korea): A note on R-groups with MR-property
  8. Jörg Forstner (Austria): On solvable polynomial equations over Zn and some remarks on zero-preserving polynomials over a ring R with J(R)2 = 0
  9. Lungisile Godloza (South Africa): Primeness in zero near-rings
  10. Nico Groenewald (South Africa): Prime near ring modules
  11. John Hartney (South Africa)
  12. Feng-Kuo Huang (Taiwan): On graph of a group mapping and its centralizers
  13. Hubert Kiechle (Germany): Is every Neardomain a Nearfield?
  14. Alexander Kreuzer(Germany): TBA
  15. Ching-Hung Lam (Taiwan)
  16. Anthony Mpho Matlala (South Africa): On characterization of the nil-rigid series
  17. Johan Meyer (South Africa): Prime ideals in group near-rings
  18. Christian Neumaier (Austria): Maximal Subnear-rings of M0(G) and Bijections Generating M0(G)
  19. Gary Peterson (USA): The idempotent quiver of a nearring
  20. Günter Pilz (Austria): Near-rings: Algebra for analysis
  21. Kuncham Syam Prasad (India): On fuzzy dimension on N-groups with DCC on its ideals
  22. Danielle Rusznyak (South Africa): Right radicals and a right antiradical for right d.g. near-rings
  23. Mohammad Samman (Saudi Arabia)
  24. Oliver Schwontkowski (Germany): Conjugacy closed loops
  25. Hsin-Min Sun (Taiwan): From planar nearrings to block designs
  26. Momme Johs Thomsen (Germany)
  27. Stefan Veldsman (South Africa): Near-rings on R[x, y]
  28. Heinrich Wefelscheid (Germany)
  29. Gerhard Wendt(Austria): Left ideals in 1-primitive near-rings
  30. W.-R. Wu (Taiwan)
  31. Weigen Yan (China)
  32. Luzhen Ye (China)
  33. Yeong-Nan Yeh (Taiwan)

Last Updated: Monday, September 12, 2005 4:03 PM


Organizing Committee:
Yuen Fong and Wen-Fong Ke