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  • 2023Apr0205
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    University of Bath

    British Mathematical Colloquium


    British Mathematical Colloquium is a key annual UK mathematics forum. The 74th meeting, taking place on 3-6 April 2023 at the University of Bath, features 5 plenary talks, 12 morning lectures, and 48 afternoon workshop talks across Algebra, Analysis, Geometry, Number Theory, Probability, and Outreach. The Outreach programme includes a public lecture by Katie Steckles at the Bath Guildhall on 3 April. Poster submissions are welcome -- Springer vouchers will be awarded for the best poster at an evening reception on 5 April.

  • 2023Apr2324
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    University College Cork, Cork, Ireland (hybrid event, online participation possible)

    Nonlinear Dispersive Waves


    This two-day international workshop will present recent research developments in the broad field of Nonlinear Dispersive Waves, with a particular emphasis on nonlinear waves arising in the ocean and atmosphere. The workshop will operate on a hybrid basis: participants may attend either in person, or online. Registration is free, and interested participants should register directly with the organiser, Dr. David Henry, by emailing:

  • 2023Apr2527
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    Modern Problems of Mathematics and Mechanics - 2023


    The International conference "Modern Problems of Mathematics and Mechanics" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the national leader Heydar Aliyev will be held under the organization of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics. The conference is planned to be held on April 26-28, 2023 in Baku. Languages of the conference: Azerbaijani and English.

  • 2023Apr2627
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    Conference Aston, Birmingham, UK

    4th IMA and OR Society Conference on Mathematics of Operational Research


    Building on the success of the three previous conferences held in 2017, 2019, and 2021 this conference will aim to draw together the considerable community of researchers and practitioners who use/develop innovative mathematics, relevant to the applications and theory of Operational Research. The conference will showcase activities from across OR, and will welcome both contributions which have a clear application focus as well as those which are theoretically driven.

  • 2023May2425
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    ISEG, Lisbon, Portugal

    First SDE - Stochastic Days Encounters: Stochastic Differential Equations and Statistics


    It is our pleasure to host the First SDE - Stochastic Days Encounters: Stochastic Differential Equations and Statistics in beautiful Lisbon, Portugal, from May 25 to 26, 2023. The primary goal of this event is to bring together researchers in some of the most active and promising areas of research in Stochastic Differential Equations and Statistics, to exchange ideas and to foster future collaborations. Another important goal is to expose academics, young researchers, and post-graduate students to the most recent developments in the above active areas. The meeting will cover a broad range of topics, including theoretical and applied contributions in: Stochastic Differential Equations Stochastic Models Statistics Stochastic Optimal Control Numerical methods Applications

  • 2023May2527
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    University of Craiova, Craiova, Romania

    Fifth Romanian Itinerant Seminar on Mathematical Analysis and its Applications (RISMAA)


    The “Fifth Romanian Itinerant Seminar on Mathematical Analysis and its Applications” will take place in Craiova, on 26-28 May 2023, under the auspices of the following institutions: - Academy of Romanian Scientists - Babeș-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca - Tiberiu Popoviciu Institute of Numerical Analysis in Cluj-Napoca, Romanian Academy - University of Craiova. The aim of this conference is to bring together Romanian researchers (from Romania and from abroad) working on various subjects in mathematical analysis and its applications. Foreign participants are also welcome (in this case English will be the language of the corresponding sessions). This edition of RISMAA continues the ideas expressed by Professor Gheorghe Moroșanu when he launched RISMAA in 2017. He said that "meetings organized in different places of the country can occasionally gather researchers from different institutions to form large strong research groups." Of course, this facilitates a rapid exchange of ideas and significant scientific progress. "Although there are excellent means of communication nowadays, face-to-face conversations cannot be replaced by anything else, so regular meetings are absolutely necessary", he said. Therefore, physical participation is preferred. However, taking into account the covid pandemic of recent years that may continue in 2023, for this edition of RISMAA, online participation will be exceptionally accepted. The same areas as in the previous editions of RISMAA will be covered, namely: Calculus of Variations, Evolution Equations, Functional Analysis, Geometric Analysis, Integral Equations, Numerical Analysis, Operator Theory, Optimal Control, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Optimization Theory, Set-valued Analysis, as well as various applications in Biology, Chemistry, Ecology, Economics, Mechanics, Medicine, Physics, etc.

  • 2023May27Jun02
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    Paseky nad Jizerou / Czech Republic

    Function Spaces and Applications XII (Spring School on Analysis)

    Spring School

    The main program consists of three invited lecture courses delivered by M. Korobkov, P. Mironescu, and J. Van Schaftingen. This meeting aims to bring together researchers with a common interest in the field. Graduate students and others beginning their mathematical careers are encouraged to participate. There will be opportunities for informal discussions and short communications.

  • 2023May2831
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    Rome, Italy

    Interactions between Mathematics and Physics


    The conference “Interactions between Mathematics and Physics”, which is being organized to honour the 80th birthday of Professor Victor G. Kac (MIT), intends to present some of the most important and recent developments due to the interaction between Mathematics and Physics and the major algebraic ideas involved in the description of physical problems. The conference will take place in Rome (Italy), at the Centro Congressi d'Ateneo, a conference location belonging to the University Sapienza, between May 29 and June 1, 2023. The list of speakers include outstanding mathematicians who have been collaborating with Victor Kac during the years and have significantly determined the development of the mathematical research in the latest decades.

  • 2023May30Jun01
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    Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

    Aspects of Nonlinear Evolution: Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Joachim Escher


    This three days workshop aims to bring together experts working on nonlinear evolution equations and geometric aspects of partial differential equations. There will a special colloquium on Thursday, June 1, in honor of Joachim Escher. For further information see the workshop’s website. Speakers: Wolfgang Arendt (Ulm), Christian Bär (Potsdam), Adrian Constantin (Wien), Dieter Bothe (Darmstadt), Mats Ehrnström (Trondheim), Harald Garcke (Regensburg), Patrick Guidotti (Irvine), David Henry (Cork), Matthias Hieber (Darmstadt), Rossen Ivanov (Dublin), Boris Kolev (Paris), Anca Matioc (Regensburg), Bogdan Matioc (Regensburg), Calin Martin (Wien), Wolfgang Reichel (Karlsruhe), Jörg Seiler (Torino), Gieri Simonett (Nashville), Erik Wahlen (Lund), Emil Wiedemann (Ulm), Michael Winkler (Paderborn)

  • 2023Jun0103
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    Online/Kyiv, Ukraine

    International Conference of Young Mathematicians


    The intention is to bring together young mathematical researchers (young scientists under 40 years). We expect that the Conference will be useful to all its participants in making new scientific contacts and interacting with colleagues. Every participant will have the opportunity to present his/her work as a short talk (~15 minutes).

For upcoming mathematical outreach events, see Pop Math administered by the EMS’s committee for Raising Public Awareness of Mathematics.