The conference will include 10 plenary presentations, 22 minisymposia, a programme of contributed talks, and a poster session. The scientific programme will reflect the scope, diversity, history and interconnectedness of current activity in linear algebra. The conference proceedings will be published in a special issue of Linear Algebra and its Applications.

Plenary talks will be 50 minutes in duration. Minsymposium talks and contributed talks will be scheduled in 30-minute parallel slots, with 20 minutes for the talk, five minutes for discussion and five minutes for setup and movement between rooms.

Abstract submission for minisymposia, contributed talks and posters will be managed through this website and will open later in 2019, with a deadline in the spring of 2020. All prospective participants are encouraged to consider contributing an abstract for a talk or poster.