Equadiff is a traditional conference that covers the theory of differential equations in broad sense, including ordinary differential equations, partial differential equations, and their numerical analysis and applications. The tradition of the Czechoslovak Equadiff dates back to 1962 and since then the organization takes turn in Prague, Bratislava, and Brno. The Western Equadiff conferences started in Marseille in 1970 and since then the organization takes turn in various cities in Western Europe. Equadiff is therefore one of the oldest active series of mathematical conferences in the world. The coming Equadiff in Brno in summer 2022 will be the 15th conference within the Czechoslovak Equadiff series. The conference was rescheduled to the year 2022 from the original date in July 2021 due to an unstable pandemic situation in the world.
- 2022Jul10–14Add to calendar
- 2022Jul12–14Add to calendar
The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications will run the first IMA Conference on Mathematics in Music at the Royal College of Music in London, July 13 - July 15, 2022, with the support and sponsorship of the Royal Musical Association. The conference will focus onto the exploration of the connections between mathematics and music, in particular current developments of music theory, music performance, music perception and music technology based on or inspired by mathematical applications and concepts, including (but not limited to) category theory, group theory, topology, differential geometry, combinatorics, analysis, acoustic theory, as well as artificial intelligence, deep learning, language processing and coding. The event will feature a plenary session with contributed talks, a poster session, a general-audience lecture and four invited plenary lectures from world renowned researchers in the field: Prof Emily Howard, Royal Northern College of Music Prof Guerino Mazzola, University of Minnesota Prof Geraint Wiggins, Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Queen Mary University of London Prof Moreno Andreatta, CNRS Director of Research at IRMA, University of Strasburg More details and registration instructions can be found on the conference website: https://ima.org.uk/18115/ima-maths-in-music-conference/ The organising committee is very keen that student researchers are a core part of this event and would very much like to encourage anyone studying music and mathematics to submit an abstract to join us for this conference. The event will include a student prize for the best submission, with the winning student being awarded a book voucher from the IMA and a free RMA membership from the RMA.
- 2022Jul12–14Add to calendar
The study of the relationship between music and mathematics has a thousand-year-long history which predates Pythagoras. Mathematics and music share a common basis of language and creativity. From the theory of tuning systems and temperament to physical acoustics, from harmonic analysis to spectrograms, from the structures of rhythms and pulses to the continuous stretching of the laws of harmony and the exploration of the musical forms carried out by contemporary composers, all elements of music lead to an immediate connection to mathematics. Established and recent research has witnessed the use of set theory to describe how musical objects are related and organised, the use of group theory in the context of transformational analysis of tonal and atonal compositions, the application of Grassmannians to the study of temperaments, and the investigation of category theory, topology and differential geometry to provide a basis of music theory.
- 2022Jul16–21Add to calendar
- 2022Jul17–21Add to calendar
The International Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (FPSAC) is an interdisciplinary conference series, focusing on recent advances in algebraic and enumerative combinatorics as well as applications and relations to other areas of mathematics, physics, biology and bioinformatics, and computer science. As the most important algebraic and enumerative combinatorics conference in the world, FPSAC's one-week annual meeting brings together researchers in the international algebraic combinatorics community as well as other areas of combinatorics and theoretical computer science, and links them with leading scientists from allied disciplines in pure and applied mathematics, bioinformatics and physics.
- 2022Jul17–21Add to calendar
Today, digital information has become a valuable resource. However, the communication channels that we use for sending and receiving data and those that we use to store data, are imperfect and so subject to malicious attacks. Therefore, it is necessary to develop methods for detecting bugs when they occur and, ideally, find new techniques to fix them and new strategies for preventing them. These are the main aims in coding theory and in cryptography: we need ever stronger mathematical tools to solve new and hard problems arising from the fast evolution of communication technologies. The School aims at bringing together Master/PhD students, academics, and industry security experts in order to figure out how some of the sophisticated algebraic and geometric methods have been applied in recent years in constructing error-correcting codes and in defining secure cryptosystems. The school includes a multi-disciplinary program and will last for a week; there will be 4 courses which will explain how geometric and algebraic tools are used in coding theory and cryptography. In addition to this, there will be a programming session devoted to the model-checking and analysis of security protocols with the aid of Tamarin Prover, a session in which industries will explain how codes and cryptographic systems play a crucial role in modern technologies and a contributed talk session for young researchers with a high profile, where the best presentation will be awarded. Also, there will be a lecture "De Componendis Cifris: a national initiative" by Prof. Massimiliano Sala from University of Trento in which he will introduce the national initiative De Components Cifris and the benefits of the synergies between Academia and Industries. Lecturers: Ilaria Chillotti (Zama) Delaram Kahrobaei (City University of New York) Alberto Ravagnani (Eindhoven University of Technologies) Leo Storme (Ghent University) Lecturer Programming Session: Mariapia Raimondo (Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli) Community Lecturer: Massimiliano Sala (Università degli Studi di Trento) Lecturers from Industries: Bluenet srl STMicroelectronics
- 2022Jul19–21Add to calendar
- 2022Jul24–28Add to calendar
The International Symposium on Dynamic Games and Applications is a biennial professional event. The first one was held in 1984 in Haifa, Israel. It was followed by meetings in Williamsburg, USA (1986), Antibes, France (1988), Espoo, Finland (1990), Grimentz, Switzerland (1992), St. Jovite, Canada (1994), Kanagawa, Japan (1996), Maastricht, The Netherlands (1998), Adelaide, South Australia (2000), St. Petersburg Russia (2002), Tucson, USA (2004), Sophia Antipolis, France (2006), Wroclaw, Poland (2008), Banff, Canada (2010), Byšice, Czech Republic (2012), Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2014), Urbino, Italy (2016), Grenoble, France (2018). The topics covered in this Symposium include, but are not limited to, the following: - Dynamic games and applications; - Mean-field games; - Repeated games; - Stochastic games; - Learning and adaptive games; - Mechanism design; - Evolutionary games; - Cooperative equilibria; - H-infinity control and robust controller designs; - Theory of optimal control and dynamic games; - Numerical methods and computer implementation of game models; - Dynamic bargaining; - Pursuit-Evasion games; - Dynkin's game and its applications; - Search, encounter and inspection games; - Application of dynamic games in fields such as: networking (telecommunications, transportation...), economics and finance, management and marketing, environment, energy and resource management.
- 2022Jul24–28Add to calendar
- 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.