The East Coast Computer Algebra Days were conceived by Bruce Char
who also organized the first one in 1994 at Drexel U.
They are held on a spring Saturday somewhere on the east coast of North America.
The definition of this east coast may be loosely defined as any location
within 2400 km of Philadelphia.

ECCAD '94, May 14, 1994, Drexel U, Philadelphia.
Organizer:
Bruce Char
Invited Speakers:

Rob Corless, U. Western Ontario,

Richard Fateman, UC Berkeley,

Barry Trager, IBM Watson Research Center,

ECCAD '95, April 8, 1995, Smith Hall, U. of Delaware, Newark DE.
Organizer:
David Saunders and Bob Caviness
Invited Speakers:

Michael F. Singer, North Carolina State U,
Galois Theory of Difference Equations

Erich Kaltofen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Parallel Matrixfree Linear System Solution and Symbolic Math Applications

Stephen M. Watt, IBM Watson Research Center,
The Five W's of SymbolicNumeric Computation.

ECCAD '96, April 13, 1996, IBM Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights.
Organizer:
Sam Dooley
Invited Speakers:

Keith Geddes, U. of Waterloo,
Hybrid SymbolicNumeric Algorithms in Integration and Differential Equations

Dinesh Manocha, U. of North Carolina,
Solving Algebraic Systems using MultiPolynomial Resultants:
Algorithms, Implementations and Applications

Don Coppersmith, IBM Watson Research Center,
Finding Small Roots of Polynomials

ECCAD '97, May 3, 1997, Northeastern University, Boston
Organizer:
Gene Cooperman
Invited Speakers:

Susan Landau, U. of Massachusetts,
The Power of Examples: sqrt(2)+sqrt(3) from Four Different Viewpoints

Mark Giesbrecht, U. of Manitoba,
Computing with large systems of linear Diophantine equations

Robert L. Constable, Cornell University,
Theorem Prover Support for Computer Algebra Systems

ECCAD '98, April 25, 1998, Naval Academy, Annapolis
Organizer:
George Nakos and John Turner
Invited Speakers:

Erich Kaltofen, North Carolina State U,

Scott McCallum, Macquarie U,

Robert Corless, U. Western Ontario,

ECCAD '99, North Carolina State University, Raleigh
Organizer:
Erich Kaltofen
Invited Speakers:

Peter Borwein, Simon Fraser U,
Three Pieces of (Computational) Number Theory and a Little Philosophy

Gaston H. Gonnet, ETH Zurich,
Partial Inverse Heuristic for the Approximate Solution of NonLinear Equations

Lakshman Y. N., Bell Labs,
Approximate Algebraic Computation

ECCAD '00, May 13, 2000, U. of Western Ontario, London, ON.
Organizer:
Mark Giesbrecht
Invited Speakers:

Joachim von zur Gathen, U. of Paderborn,
Subresultants revisited

Michael Monagan, Simon Fraser U,
Some problems in general purpose computer algebra systems design

Hans J. Stetter, Technical University of Vienna,
Iterative Solution of Algebraic Problems with Polynomials

ECCAD '01, May 5, 2001, Florida State U. Tallahassee
Organizer:
Mark van Hoeij
Invited Speakers:

Arne Storjohann, U. of Western Ontario,
Design and Analysis of Algorithms for Symbolic Linear Algebra

Hoon Hong, North Carolina State U,
Computer Algebra for Composed Polynomials

Alexander Hulpke, Ohio State U,
Working with Quotients of Finitely Presented Groups.

ECCAD '02, May 18, City College of New York
Organizer:
William Sit
Invited Speakers:

GertMartin Greuel,
The System SINGULAR and Applications of Computer
Algebra

Sam Dooley (speaker) and Richard D. Jenks, IBM
The IBM MathML Expression Editor

Doron Zeilberger, Rutgers
Computerized Deconstruction

ECCAD '03, April 5, Clemson U, South Carolina
Organizer:
Shuhong Gao and David Jacobs
Invited Speakers:

Wolfgang Schreiner, RISCLinz,
Distributed Maple  lessons learned on parallel computer algebra distributed environments

Jeremy Johnson, Drexel
Computer Algebra and Signal Processing

Richard Brent, Oxford
Primitive and almost primitive trinomials over GF(2)

ECCAD '04, May 8th, Wilfrid Laurier U, Waterloo, Ontario
Organizer:
Ilias Kotsireas and Edmond Lau
Invited Speakers:

Jonathan Borwein, Dalhousie University
Mathematics by Experiment: Plausible Reasoning in the 21st Century.

David Cox, Amherst College
Implicitization and Commutative Algebra

Daniel Lazard, Université Paris 6
Solving zerodimensional systems of equations and inequations, depending on parameters.

ECCAD '05, March 12th, Ashland U, Ashland, Ohio
Organizer: Iyad A. Ajwa
Invited Speakers:

Bruno Buchberger
Algorithmic Algorithm Synthesis: Case Study Gröbner Bases

Paul Wang
Features and Advantages of WME: a Webbased Mathematics Education System

Erich Kaltofen
The Role of Algorithms in Symbolic Computation

ECCAD '06, May 6th, Drexel U, Philadelphia, PA
Organizers: Werner Krandick, Jeremy Johnson, Bruce Char, Zhendong Wan
Invited Speakers:

Herbert Wilf
Mathematics, an Experimental Science

Daniel Lozier
The Role of Computer Algebra in the DLMF Project

Masakazu Suzuki
Handwriting Interface to Mathematical Expressions

ECCAD '07, April 21st, Washington College, Chestertown, MD
Organizer: Austin Lobo,
Invited Speakers:

David Stoutemyer
InfinitesimallyPerturbed Numbers, Generalized Limits, and Recovery of Exact Results from Approximate

Evelyne Hubert
Algebraic and Differential Invariants

George Labahn
Order Bases

ECCAD '08, May 10th, Sheperd U, Sheperdstown, WV
Organizer: Weidong Liao
Invited Speakers:

Y. V. Ramana Reddy
A Model for transforming URLs into Useful Knowledge Networks

Paul Wang
On Automatic Mathematical Answer Checking

John F. Nash, Jr.
Studying Cooperative Games Using the Method of Agencies

Erich Kaltofen
Hybrid SymbolicNumeric Computation