The European Congress of Mathematics is organized by the European Mathematical Society (EMS) every four years and is the second largest event of mathematics in the world. Due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID - 19), the 8ECM organizers and the European Mathematical Society – EMS announced that the 8ECM is moved online.
- 2021Jun20–26Add to calendar
- 2021Sep20–23Add to calendar
We are pleased to announce that registration for the conference on the Unity of Mathematics in memory of Sir Michael Atiyah has just opened. It will be a hybrid meeting based in the Isaac Newton Institute from Tuesday 21- Thursday 23 September 2021. Funding is available to assist participation especially for early career researchers. So as to allow real time participation by speakers and participants from both Europe and the East Coast of the US, all talks will be held in the afternoon or early evening. To register and for further details see the conference website https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/atiyah Note that registration will close for in-person participants on August 8th.
- 2021Sep26–30Add to calendar
For plenary lectures see https://www.uni-passau.de/dmv-oemg-2021/hauptvortraege/ for registration https://www.uni-passau.de/dmv-oemg-2021/registrierung/ Highlights: Cantor Medal of DMV for Martin Grötschel Emmy Noether Lecture by Gabriele Steidl Förderungspreis of ÖMG for Julian Fischer, Wien, https://www.uni-passau.de/dmv-oemg-2021/startseite/
- 2021Sep27–30Add to calendar
The conference, organized in collaboration with the Center for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics in Rome, will be held in the beautiful setting of Palazzo Corsini, seat of the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (the Italian National Academy). Its aim is to gather together distinguished experts in various branches of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, thus emphasizing the interplay between the two disciplines and stimulating future research.
- 2021Sep30–Oct01Add to calendar
We are glad to announce the workshop "One day in PDEs", to be held on 1 October 2021. The event, rescheduled from 2020, will also be an occasion to celebrate Sandro Salsa. You can find further information at the website https://www.mate.polimi.it/odipde/ As of now the meeting will be held in blended mode, hoping to be able to have it at least partially in presence, at Politecnico di Milano. For updates you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org The organizers (C. Cerutti, F. Ferrari, G. Verzini)
- 2021Dec05Add to calendar
- 2022Feb06–11Add to calendar
Fluid mechanics is one of the classical areas in the study of Partial Differential Equations and has been a vast subject of research in the last centuries. The school intends to promote scientific exchange between leading experts and young researchers in fluid mechanics and possible future directions of research of this area. In particular the key topics to be covered are the analysis of both compressible and incompressible fluids (Euler flows, Navier-Stokes equations, MHD equations), free-boundary interface equations (water waves, Muskat problem) and other associated model equations. This Hausdorff school is mainly directed to graduate and postdoctoral students who want to get acquainted with the recent developments and new directions in this field. There will be three courses and some invited lectures by experts in the field.
- 2022Jul30–Aug07Add to calendar
In view of the current pandemic, the organizers have decided to delay the conference by one year. It will now take place in 2022. Groups St Andrews 2022 is organized by the University of St Andrews and Newcastle University. It will take place in Newcastle between Saturday 30th July (arrival day) and Sunday 7th August 2022 (departure day). The talks will happen from 31st July until 6th August 2022 (inclusive). The conference, the eleventh in the series of Groups St Andrews Conferences, aims to cover all aspects of group theory. The short lecture courses are intended to be accessible to postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers in all areas of group theory.
- 2022Aug07–13Add to calendar
The Mathematics Education for the Future Project was founded in 1986 as an educational, non-commercial and philanthropic initiative to encourage and promote innovation in mathematics, science, statistics and computer education. Since 1999 we have held 15 international conferences which were renowned for their friendly and productive atmosphere and were attended by many movers and shakers in education world-wide. We now warmly invite abstracts for papers and workshops dealing with all aspects of innovation in education. Please reply to email@example.com