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  • 2024Jan1719
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    University of Porto, Porto, Portugal

    NOMA’24 International Workshop on Nonlinear Maps and Applications

    International Worshop

    NOMA’24 International Workshop on Nonlinear Maps and Applications is the eighth edition of a series of international conferences whose previous meetings were held in Toulouse (Noma’07), Urbino (Noma’09), Évora (Noma’11), Zaragoza (Noma’13), Dublin (Noma’15), Nizhni Novgorod (Noma’17) and Mallorca (Noma’19). This workshop brings together researchers from theoretical and application areas (mathematics, biologists, physics, economy, computer science, engineering) who are pioneering in the study of nonlinear discrete systems. The conference is organized by University of Évora and University of Porto and hosted by University of Porto. Nonlinear iterative processes plays an important role in physical, biological and social phenomena. Nonlinear mappings can directly model many systems in different domains, as Engineering, Physics, Economics, Biology, etc., or they can be obtained via numerical methods permitting to solve differential nonlinear equations. In both cases, the understanding of specific behaviors and bifurcations of this type of systems is of the greatest interest. This workshop is open to theoretical studies as well as applicative ones. Contributions in the fields of Economics, Electronics, Biology, Computational methods, Engineering, Telecommunications, besides other more fundamental lectures, are welcome. Mathematicians, Physicists, Engineers, Economists, and in general the specialists in the field of Nonlinear Systems, are invited to share their last contributions and developments in nonlinear discrete systems by participating in this conference. Simultaneously to NOMA'24 it will take place the NODBIF – Nonlinear Dynamics of the Biological Information Flow as an excellent opportunity to put also in interaction the DYNALIFE community with the experts specialized in the general field of dynamics and its applications. For such purpose, the organizers of NODBIF and NOMA have agreed to coordinate the programs of both meetings in such a way to optimize the interaction between the corresponding participants. For further information see

  • 2024Jan1516
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    Jaipur, India

    4th International Conference on Recent Development in Engineering & Technology(ICRDET'24)


    Welcome to the official website of the International Conference on Recent Development in Engineering & Technology (ICRDET-2024). The conference will be held at Anand International College of Engineering, Jaipur, India on 16th-17th January, 2024. The objective of 4th ICRDET-2024 is in the line of UN 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development: “Transforming our world” focused on SDG 03, SDG 08 & SDG 12 with the objective to support sustainable development strategies and the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The conference focuses on innovative advancements and sustainability in Engineering and Technology that aims for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. It helps experts, researchers, and industry professionals worldwide to come together to share knowledge and shape the future engineering sustainably.

  • 2024Jan0812
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    Providence, RI, USA

    ICERM Workshop: Connecting Higher-Order Statistics and Symmetric Tensors


    This workshop focuses on connections between higher-order statistics and symmetric tensors, and their applications to machine learning, network science, and other domains. Higher-order statistics refers to the study of correlations between three or more covariates. This is in contrast to the usual mean and covariance, which are based on one and two covariates.

  • 2023Dec1214
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    Royal Holloway, London

    19th IMA International Conference on Cryptography and Coding


    The mathematical theory and practice of both cryptography and coding underpins the provision of effective security and reliability for data communication, processing and storage. This nineteenth International Conference in an established and successful IMA series on the theme of “Cryptography and Coding” solicits original research papers on all technical aspects of cryptography and coding. Submissions are welcome on any cryptographic or coding-theoretic topic including, but not limited to: • Foundational theory and mathematics; • The design, proposal, and analysis of cryptographic or coding primitives and protocols • Secure implementation and optimisation in hardware or software; and • Applied aspects of cryptography and coding.

  • 2023Dec0607
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    TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

    Conference on Techniques from Logic in Mathematics


    DESCRIPTION CTLM 2023 is aimed to enhance the engagement between domestic researchers/students and external researchers working in connections between logic and other areas of mathematics. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- REGISTRATION Given the limited seating capacity of the lecture room, we kindly request you to register beforehand using the google form from the conference website. There is no registration fee! If you wish to give a contributed talk, you can also submit your presentation proposal (the title and abstract for your talk) via the same google form. The deadline for submission is 7/Nov/2023. Due to the limited schedule, there might be a selection of presentation proposals by the scientific committee. The result will be announced by 23/Nov/2023. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- INVITED SPEAKERS Julia Wolf (University of Cambridge, UK) Ulrich Kohlenbach (TU Darmstadt, Germany) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE Stefan Hetzl (TU Wien, Austria) Michael Pinsker (TU Wien, Austria) Mihai Prunescu (IMAR, Romania)

  • Covilhã, Portugal

    Integrable Systems, Random Matrices, and Special Functions at UBI


    This workshop brings together representatives from several communities to discuss interactions and recent developments in Integrable Systems, Random Matrices and Special Functions. The presentations will focus on important developments in these areas, showing recent results and discussing open problems. The intention here is to facilitate communication and collaboration between sub-disciplines that construct sophisticated and powerful tools, with application to novel problems in mathematical physics. There will be 6 invited lectures, with extended time for discussion. There are no fees to participate, but registration is required. For further information, please visit or send email to

  • 2023Nov1516
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  • 2023Nov1216
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    Arpino (Italy)

    Winter School in Arpino: Sound and Fury of Modeling

    Winter School

    This is a pluridisciplinary school on modeling. Minicourses will be given by Italo Capuzzo Dolcetta [mathematical analysis], Jean-Michel Coron [mathematical analysis], Francesco dell’Isola [mechanics], Antoine Falaize [scientific computing], Jean-Louis Giavitto [computer sciences] and Thierry Paul [mathematical physics].

  • Online

    Joint Online Mathematical Relativity Colloquium (JoMaReC)


    Since October 2020 the monthly online Mathematical Relativity colloquium takes place on zoom every first Thursday of each month at 3:30 pm CET/CEST, except January and in the summer. The colloquium is meant to be accessible to and informative for mathematicians and mathematical physicists with a background in General Relativity, widely interpreted to include Lorentzian Geometry, and Geometric Analysis of various Partial Differential Equations related to General Relativity. It is aimed to present motivation and applications of particular results and / or introduce specific subfields, while refraining from too much technicalities. Next speaker on 2 November 2023: Gehard Huisken (University of Tübingen) - Some observations on quasi-local mass and quasi-local radius For more details, the zoom access and subscription to the announcements see the webpage

  • 2023Oct30Nov03
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    Providence, RI, USA

    ICERM Workshop: Neural Coding and Combinatorics


    Cracking the neural code is one of the longstanding questions in neuroscience. How does the activity of populations of neurons represent stimuli and perform neural computations? Decades of theoretical and experimental work have provided valuable clues about the principles of neural coding, as well as descriptive understandings of various neural codes. This raises a number of mathematical questions touching on algebra, combinatorics, probability, and geometry. This workshop will explore questions that arise from sensory perception and processing in olfactory, auditory, and visual coding, as well as properties of place field codes and grid cell codes, mechanisms for decoding population activity, and the role of noise and correlations. These questions may be tackled with techniques from information theory, mathematical coding theory, combinatorial commutative algebra, hyperplane arrangements, oriented matroids, convex geometry, statistical mechanics, and more.