Currently I'm about to support a student's projects for collecting and categorizing examples arising from technical applications of computer algebra. Our benchmark examples from formal verification of digital systems and cryptoanalysis mark a (proper) subset of these use cases. But from my experience such projects prosper from a wider example base.

Are there readers around which use computer algebra techniques in industrial, biological, medical, or chemical applications? Would you like to direct our attention to some examples from your area? Of course, one of our goals is proper citing of the contributed stuff as well as mentioning the contributor itself.

If you are interested to drop us a message at industrial@3r4u.de.

My best,

Alexander

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