Académie des sciences – Salle Hugot
Meeting of inter academic members.
FRENCH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ISRAEL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
WEDNESDAY, MAY 22ND Morning
9h Welcome addresses
Catherine BRÉCHIGNAC, Secrétaire perpétuel of the French Academy of Sciences
Ruth ARNON, President of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Christophe SOULÉ, French Co-President of the meeting
Michael RABIN, Israeli Co-President of the meeting
David KAZHDAN, Israeli Co-President of the meeting
Centre Henri Lebesgue
Université de Rennes 1 - Campus de Beaulieu
Since the first theoretical results for backward stochastic differential equations in the early 90s, this theory has continued to grow due to its applications in the fields of partial differential equations, stochastic geometry, finance and of stochastic control. The conference will provide an opportunity to take stock of recent developments and to consider new perspectives in this field.
The Lebesgue center chose to devote his first thematic semester, to be held in spring 2013, to the rich and close links between probability theory, analysis and the study of partial differential equations. The semester will highlight major recent advances in this broad field and will promote interactions between researchers from many different backgrounds and specialities. Among other events, an international Opening Conference, four thematic workshops and a Summer School will be held in Rennes and Nantes.
University of Nantes (France)
*Algebra and Topology*
a conference celebrating Lionel Schwartz's 60th birthday
University of Nantes (France), 22-24 May 2013.
(First talk starting at 2pm on Wednesday 22nd May.)
Andrew Baker (Glasgow)
Natalia Castellana (U. A .Barcelona)
Nguyen Dang Ho Hai (Hué)
Nick Kuhn (Virginia)
Jean Lannes (Paris 7)
Antoine Touzé (Paris 13)
Sarah Whitehouse (Sheffield)
Participants wishing to contribute a talk should send a title and an abstract.
Deadline for talk submission: March 31st, 2013.
Information will be posted on the webpage
Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania
The workshop will take place at the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, "Ovidius" University, Constanţa, Romania (http://math.univ-ovidius.ro/), from Thursday, May 23, to Friday, May 24, 2013.
TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CRETE, CHANIA, GREECE
The 10th International Congress organized by the Hellenic Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, an IUTAM Member.
The Hellenic Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (http://hstam.ntua.gr/announcements.html)
in cooperation with the Technical University of Crete (www.tuc.gr)
organizes the 10th HSTAM International Congress on Mechanics to be held in Chania from 25?27 May, 2013.
• Submission of abstract (300 words) by 1 December 2012.
• Preliminary acceptance based on abstract by 5 January 2013.
• Submission of full paper by 28 February 2013.
• Final acceptance by 15 March 2013.
Ångström Laboratory of Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
11th International Symposium on Mathematical Morphology
May 27-29, 2013
The International Symposium on Mathematical Morphology (ISMM) has
established itself as the main scientific event in the field. This
edition of ISMM will be the eleventh in the series initiated in 1993
in Barcelona, and has never been this far North before. The goal of
the conference is to bring together researchers, students, and
Amphithéâtre Lehman Bâtiment 200 Université Paris-Sud F-91405 Orsay France
The conference is on the occasion of Jean-Michel Bismut 65th birthday.
The conference covers areas that are related in a way or another to the work of Jean-Michel Bismut.
Seignosses, Les landes, France
This every-two years congress is intended to gather (not solely) the French applied mathematician community, in order to promote the interactions and breakthroughs between the companies and universities.
Confirmed international researchers and many young ones will present their works, either on plenary or parallel sessions. Thematic symposia are organized, and a call for the organization of one of these can be answered before 30/11/2012 to Minisymposia.SMAI2013@fsmp.fr.
A researcher from a private company is strongly requested among the speakers of each symposium.
Seignosse, Landes, France
This every two year meeting is intending to gather the french applied mathematical community.
Ce congrès bisannuel a pour but de rassembler toute la communauté française de mathématiques appliquées dans ses diverses composantes, en particulier à travers les groupes thématiques de la SMAI (SMAI-GAMNI, SMAI-MAS, SMAI-MODE, SMAI-MAIRCI et SMAI-SIGMA). Il permet le développement et la promotion des interactions entre scientifiques universitaires et industriels.
This every two years conference is intended to gather the french applied mathematical community and particularly from the SMAI-groups.
Michel Campillo (Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble),
Vicent Caselles (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelone),
Pierre Degond (Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse 3),
Francis Filbet (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1),
Stéphane Gaubert (Inria Saclay et Ecole Polytechnique),
Paola Goatin (Inria Sophia Antipolis),
Claude Le Bris (Ecole Nationale des Ponts Chaussées et Inria),
Marta Sanz-Solé (Universitat de Barcelona),
Nizar Touzi (Ecole Polytechnique).
One half-day will be dedicated to Math-companies interaction.
International Centre for Theoretical Physics - ICTP, Trieste (Italy)
The European Women in Mathematics summer schools aim at providing a stimulating intellectual environment for PhD students and post-docs from different countries and different mathematical disci- plines. It is the fifth of a series, the last took place in Leiden in 2011. One of the main scopes of the whole EWM Summer School program is to encourage the initiative of young women in higher mathe- matics and push them to be propositive and take responsibility for organization and management.
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) is
organizing the 5th Women in Mathematics Summer School on Mathematical Theories towards Environmental Models, which will be held at ICTP, Trieste, Italy, from 27 May to 1 June 2013. The scientific committee is composed of Susanna Terracini, (University of Torino, Italy - chair), Lisbeth Fajstrup (Aalborg University), Tamara Grava (International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste, Italy), Stefanie Hittmeyer
(University of Auckland, New Zealand), Emilia Mezzetti (University of
Paris, Institut Henri Poincaré (I.H.P.), May 27-31, 2013
This Spring School will consist in two courses given by professors Chatterjee and Kahn on threshold phenomena and random graphs.
The Conference focuses on various aspects of mathematical modelling and usage of numerical methods in modern problems of science and engineering. The conference is dedicated to the 75th birthday of professor Gennadi Vainikko.
Modelling and Analysis of Problems of Mathematical Physics and Engineering
Approximation Methods for Differential, Integral and Operator Equations
Orthogonal Expansions, Wavelets and Splines
Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems
Confirmed plenary speakers:
Hermann Brunner (Hong Kong Baptist University, China)
Raimondas Ciegis (Vilnius Gediminas Technical Univ, Lithuania)
Zdzislaw Jackiewicz (Arizona State University, USA)
Barbara Kaltenbacher (University of Klagenfurt, Austria)
Rainer Kress (University of Göttingen, Germany)
M. Zuhair Nashed (University of Central Florida, USA)
Helmut Neunzert (Fraunhofer Institute, Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Sergei Pereverzyev (RICAM, Linz, Austria)
Ian H. Sloan (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia)
Cortona (Arezzo) Italy
The scope of this conference is to celebrate the 70th birthday of Ermannon Lanconelli and to bring together Italian and foreign Mathematicians to favour the discussion in the areas of research where Ermanno Lanconelli has beenparticularly active:
- Second order linear and nonlinear partial differential
equations with non-negative characteristic form
- Geometric problems related to the underlying algebraic, geometrical or topological structure
Aalborg University, Denmark
Professor Peter Diggle, Lancaster University
Professor Tilmann Gneiting, University of Heidelberg
Professor Peter F. Craigmile, Ohio State University
Professor Rasmus Waagepetersen, Aalborg University.
Organizer: Professor Jesper Møller, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Aalborg University, in collaboration with www.csgb.dk
Professor Peter Diggle, Lancaster University, will give a simple classification of space-time point processes and/or data according to whether the spatial or temporal dimension (but not both!) is discrete, and argue that these different situations require different approaches to statistical analysis, and that the choice of modelling strategy should be influenced by the scientific goals of the study that generated the data for analysis. He will also describe statistical models, methods and R packages for space-time point process data.