Udmurt State University, Izhevsk, Russia
Saint-Lary, France (Pyrennees)
The objective of the summer school is to present the different approaches used to solve the main problems raised by the differences in the image nature encountered in real applications.
This thematic school is open to academics and industrials interested in image processing. It is primarily aimed at Ph.D. students or researchers in the early stage of their career and aims to provide a summary of the most recent research results in image processing. The objective of the summer school is to present the different approaches used to solve the main problems raised by the differences in the image nature encountered in real applications.
The PhD students and researchers attending the thematic school will have the possibility to present their own research.
Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Bellaterra, Barcelona
The two‐day workshop on all aspects of emergence, the spread and control of infectious diseases. In particularly the workshop will dealing with aspects such as emergence and evolution of pathogens; invasion and spread of novel pathogens; impact of climate change to emergence of infections; control of infectious diseases. Subject areas: Infectious diseases; Mathematical modelling; Computer simulation; Multiscale modelling; Dynamical systems; Control and Optimization.
List of confirmed speakers: Andrew Fowler (University of Limerick), Déirdre Hollingsworth (University of Warwick), Elena Lara (Instituto de Ciencias del Mar), Valery Perminov (BioTeckFarm Ltd), Josep Sardanyés (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and Dolors Vaqué (Instituto de Ciencias del Mar).
Organiser: Andrei Korobeinikov (Centre de Recerca Matemàtica)
Deadline for registration and payment: May 26, 2013
University of Leicester
Since the mid-1980's the study of surfaces which are critical points of some natural functional has developed under two essentially independent lines of investigation.
The first is the continued development of methods of functional analysis, via the study of partial differential equations. As the tools of this approach have become more finely tuned and better understood, the past 10 years have seen an enormous explosion of success, mainly through the study of geometric evolution equations (such as mean curvature flow).
Jakob Bernstein (Stanford)
Frederic Helein (Paris)
Sebastian Heller (Tübingen)
Martin Killian (Cork)
Rob Kusner (Amherst)
Mario Micallef (Warwick)
Andre Neves (London)
Franz Pedit (Amherst, Tübingen)
Pascal Romon (Paris)
Felix Schulze (London)
Giuseppe Tinaglia (London)
Peter Topping (Warwick)
The workshop begins with registration on Wednesday 12th June at 9am and ends on Friday 14th June at 2pm.
ReaDiLab is an Associated International Laboratory (LIA 197) of CNRS composed of 33 Japanese and 36 French researchers in the fields of mathematics, biology, medicine, and chemistry.
ReaDiLab's goal is to develop a better mathematical understanding of complex phenomena arising in biology, biomimetic systems, and medicine. More precisely its project bears on the modeling, the mathematical analysis, and the numerical simulations of reaction-diffusion processes involved in those domains. It will essentially focus on the following themes:
Scientific committee :
Matthieu Alfaro, Jacques Demongeot, Marie Henry, Danielle Hilhorst, Lionel Roques, Hiroshi Matano, Masayasu Mimura
Invited speakers :
Tatsuya Akutsu, Matthieu Alfaro, Henri Berestycki, Rafal Celinski, Pascal Chossat, Jacques Demongeot, Shin-Ichiro Ei, Hirofumi Izuhara, Grzegorz Karch, Michel Langlais, Elisabeth Logak, Hiroshi Matano, Ehud Meron, Masayasu Mimura, Hideki Murakawa, Ken-Ichi Nakamura, Thanh Nam Nguyen, Hirokazu Ninomiya, Toshiyuki Ogawa, Toshiko Ogiwara, Thomas Risler, Takeo Ushijima, Joe Yuichiro Wakano
Centro di Ricerca Matematica Ennio De Giorgi, Palazzo Puteano, Piazza dei Cavalieri 3, PISA, Italy
The workshop will focus on the interplay between dynamical systems and arithmetic, and in particular on the study of arithmetic algorithms of significance in dynamics and geometry.
Registration is free. Participants are requested to register on the website of the conference: http://www.crm.sns.it/event/272/registration.html whence further details and updates can be retrieved as well.
Some funds are available to offer financial support to a number of selected young researchers and students for their participation in the Workshop.
Planning activities include a few contributed talks. Those who wish to propose a talk should send title and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
for Application for financial support and talk proposal: March 31th 2013
for Registration: May 25th 2013
Celal Bayar University, Applied Mathematics and Computation Center, Manisa, Turkey
This international conference is devoted to original research in the field of engineering, natural sciences or social sciences where mathematical and/or computational techniques are necessary for solving specific problems.
Aims and Scope
National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Modern economic systems exhibit a high degree of interconnectivity. The nature of the relationships may be very different, for example the correlation between certain processes or ownership relationships between companies. Network models, in the broadest sense are a set of nodes and links, are a good representation of financial and economic systems. Analysis of these networks allows us to understand and explain some economic phenomena.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together academic researchers, scientists, engineers from industry to exchange knowledge and recent research findings in the area of network models applied to economics and finance.
Some of the conference topics include:
The conference is organized by:
Institute of Mathematics of the University of Seville (IMUS), Seville, Spain.
This is an international conference organized by the Institute of Mathematics of the University of Seville (IMUS).
The purpose of this conference is to gather experts in both Fluid Mechanics and Singular Integrals or more generally Harmonic Analysis. These areas of research are very active, there is a lot of interaction among them and many questions and problems of interest can be found.
Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Barcelona
Matthieu Louis (CRG)
Ruben Moreno-Bote (FSJD)
Alex Roxin (CRM)
Klaus Wimmer (IDIBAPS)
It's been nearly two years since the first Barcelona Computational and Systems Neuroscience Meeting (BARCSYN2011) and we're ready to do it again. Cross out the 13th and 14th of June, 2013 on your calendars and look forward to a laid back yet intellectually invigorating meeting with fellow Barcelona researchers at the Institut d'Estudis Catalans.
ICERM, Providence, Rhode Island
The 2013 Summer@ICERM program is designed for a select group of 10-12 undergraduate scholars. Students will work in small groups of two or three, supervised by a faculty advisor and aided by a teaching assistant. A variety of activities around various research themes will allow participants to engage in collaborative research, communicate and examine their findings in formal and informal settings, and report-out their findings with a finished product. Students will be provided with U.S. travel, room and board paid, plus a $3,000 stipend.
Eurolido Hotel, Falerna (CZ), Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy
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The goal of the NUMTA2013 Conference is to create a multidisciplinary round table for an open discussion on numerical modeling by using traditional and emerging computational paradigms. New technological challenges and fundamental ideas from theoretical computer science, linguistic, logic, set theory, and philosophy will meet requirements and new fresh applications from physics, chemistry, biology, and economy. Papers discussing new computational paradigms, relations with foundations of mathematics, and their impact on natural sciences are particularly solicited.
NUMTA2013 TUTORIALS AND PLENARY LECTURES
Andrew Adamatzky, Bristol, UK (Natural computing)
Luigi Brugnano, Florence, Italy (TBD)
Renato De Leone, Camerino, Italy (TBD)
Yuri Ershov, Novosibirsk, Russia (TBD)
Yury Evtushenko, Moscow, Russia (TBD)
David Yang Gao, Ballarat, Australia (TBD)
Alfredo Garro, Rende, Italy (Turing machines and grossone theory)
Maxim Kronhaus, Moscow, Russia (TBD)
Boris Mordukhovich, Detroit, USA (TBD)
Igor Pospelov, Moscow, Russia (TBD)
Yaroslav Sergeyev, Rende, Italy (Grossone infinity computing: Foundations)
Sophus Lie Conference Center, Nordfjordeid, Norway
Summer school in algebraic statistics.
Summer school: "Algebraic Statistics"
17.-21. June 2013
Sophus Lie Conference Center, Nordfjordeid, Norway
Alexander Engström (Aalto Univ, Helsinki):
Multigraded commutative algebra and graph decompositions
Caroline Uhler (IST Austria):
Hypothesis testing and graphical models
Thomas Kahle (TU München):
Monomials, Binomials, Determinants
Grenoble, France, Institut Fourier
The main thema of this Summer School is concerned with the mathematics about dynamical systems of numeration, in a broad sense, and the related various methods in interaction with them: Diophantine Approximation, Mahler measures, automaticity and Cobham Theories, beta-expansions and substitutions, Pisot numbers, Salem numbers, dynamical numbers, symbolic dynamics and ergodicity, group actions, dynamical zeta function, limit equidistribution of conjugates, geometrical representation and Rauzy fractals, multidimensional continued fractions, Perron-Frobenius theory and its recent developments.
Institut Henri Poincaré
11 rue Pierre et Marie Curie – 75005 Paris
Ces journées annuelles du GdR MOA constituent un moment fort de l’activité de notre groupe. Ce sera l’occasion, dans le cadre agréable de l’Institut Henri Poincaré de faire le point sur les avancées récentes en optimisation et leurs applications. Mais ce sera surtout une opportunité pour vos étudiants en thèse de présenter leurs travaux à la communauté. Des aides financières pourront être accordées aux doctorants qui proposeront un exposé.
Alexandre D’Aspremont (Ecole Polytechnique)
Marc Lassonde (Université Antilles-Guyane)
Lionel Thibault (Université Montpellier 2)
René Henrion (WIAS Berlin)
Monique Laurent (Tilburg University)
Abbas Boushra, Université Montpellier 2
Aboussoror Abdelmalek, Université Cadi Ayyad, Maroc
Adly Samir, XLIM, Université de Limoges
Allaire Gregoire, Ecole Polytechnique
Attouch Hedy, Université Montpellier 2
Aussel Didier, Lab. PROMES, Université de Perpignan
Belmiloudi Aziz, Institut de Recherche Mathématiques de Rennes