Yerevan State University Guesthouse, Tsaghkadzor, Armenia
Yerevan State University in association with Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences, American University of Armenia, State Engineering University of Armenia and Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University is organizing the Second International Conference "Mathematics in Armenia: Advances and Perspectives" in August 24 - 31, 2013, which will be held at Yerevan State University Guesthouse in Tsaghkadzor, Armenia. The Conference is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of foundation of Armenian National Academy of Sciences.
The main objective of the conference is to bring together Armenian mathematicians and friends of Armenian mathematics from all over the world to share and discuss high-quality research results, to exchange new ideas and to explore new frontiers for collaboration. The main focus of the conference will be Real and Complex Analysis, Differential and Integral Equations, Probability and Statistics, Algebra and Geometry.
Campus de Beaulieu at Rennes
Singular Days are organized on a more or less regular basis on the topics of singularities arising in non-smooth domains from the view points of partial differential equations and numerical analysis. The 2013 Singular Days are the 7th occurence of the event. The previous ones took place in Lyon (1996), Valenciennes (1998), Le Tronchet (2002), Pont-à-Mousson (2004), Luminy (2007), Berlin (2010).
This time, the event is "augmented" through its extension to integral equations and electromagnetism, celebrating Martin Costabel's 65th birthday.
Aug. 26-30, 2013. The conference is organized into 9 half-days divided into 3 successive modules (provisional schedule):
Module 1: Singularities and corners (Monday to Tuesday noon)
Module 2: Central module, around Martin's research topics (Tuesday noon to Thursday noon)
Module 3: Integral Equations (Thursday noon to Friday evening)
Le Diapason, Allée Jules Noël, Campus de Beaulieu, Rennes, France. More
University of Durham
Low-dimensional topology has seen a proliferation of new invariants and techniques over the last decade or so which are intimately interrelated. The ideas behind them are approachable from a number of points of view: for example from algebraic geometry, differential geometry, algebraic topology, or from representation theory. The invariants include Khovanov homology and related constructions, Floer homologies, and various gauge theories.
The course aims to present a broad selection of these ideas, covering the construction, the properties, and applications.
The three main lecture course topics are:
· Heegaard-Floer homology (Matthew Hedden, Michigan State University)
· Khovanov homology and its offspring. (Jacob Rasmussen, Cambridge)
· Contact 3-manifolds and holomorphic curves. (Chris Wendl, UCL)
These lecture courses will be supplemented by tutorial sessions.
Joint Events of Colloquium on Differential Geometry and its Applications and IX-th International Conference on Finsler Extensions of Relativity Theory
Isik University, Campus of Sile, 34980 , Istanbul, Turkey
The term Complex Function Theory signifies a vast literature with several correspondences among a number of different areas in mathematics. Of these, Univalent Function Theory occupies a special place having a long tradition. The main purpose of the symposium is to bring together leading experts as well as young researchers working on topics mainly related to Univalent and Geometric Function Theory and to present their recent work to the mathematical community.
We would like to draw your attention to the forthcoming 9 th International Symposium on
Geometric Function Theory and Applications (GFTA 2013) dedicated to the 100th
Birthday of Prof. Suzan Kahramaner's , which will be held at Isik
University during August 26-30, 2013. The aim of the symposium is to bring together
leading experts as well as young researchers working on topics mainly related to
Univalent and Geometric Function Theory and to present their recent work to the
mathematical community. English is the official language of the symposium.
Sarajevo, BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA
The goal of the conference is to contribute to the development of mathematical sciences and its applications and to bring together the members of the mathematics community, interdisciplinary researches, educators, mathematicians, statisticians and engineers from all over the world.
It is our great pleasure to inform you that we are organizing the "2nd International Eurasian Conference on Mathematical Sciences and Applications ( IECMSA-2013)" which will be on Sarajevo,which is the biggest cultural and economical city of BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA.
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (FCL) and Escola Superior de Economia e Gestão, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (ISEG-UTL), Lisbon, Portugal.
Keynote speakers and school lecturers: Michel Benaim, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Jim Cushing, University of Arizona, USA; João Lopes Dias, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal; Pedro Duarte, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; Diogo Gomes, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Portugal; Yunping Jiang, City University of New York, USA; Eric Maskin, Institute for Advanced Studies, USA (schedule permitting); Jorge Pacheco, Universidade do Minho, Portugal; David Rand, University of Warwick, UK; Martin Shubik, Yale University, USA (video lecture); Satoru Takahashi, Princeton University,
Hamilton Mathematics Institute, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
The workshop Geometry and Groups after Thurston will consist of a two day mini-course August 27-28, followed by a three day lecture series, August 29-31, 2013.
This past year has seen the passing of William P. Thurston (1946-2012) whose work and conjectural program influenced much of the research in the fields of low-dimensional geometry and topology and geometric group theory. Also recent progress has seen most of Thurston's conjectural program now solved. This year's workshop aims to consider new directions of research and new problems which will direct future research in the spirit of Thurston's original program.
Ferdowsi university of Mashhad, Mashhad, Iran
The Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference has been held since 1970. The 11th, 22nd and 33rd annual Iranian Mathematics Conferences were held in Ferdowsi university of Mashhad and now we are pleased to organize the 44th conference during 27-30 August 2013 in Iran. The conference will provide a forum for mathematicians worldwide and scholar students to present their latest results about all aspects of pure and applied Mathematics and a means to discuss their recent researches with each other.
Bring together pure/applied mathematicians and engineers, with common interest for Geometric tools and their applications for Information analysis, with active participation of young researchers for deliberating emerging areas of collaborative research on “Information Geometry Manifolds and Their Advanced Applications"
This conference will be an interdisciplinary event and will federate skills from Geometry, Probability and Information Theory to address the following topics among others
Computational Information Geometry
Hessian/Symplectic Information Geometry
Optimization on Matrix Manifolds
Probability on Manifolds
Optimal Transport Geometry
Divergence Geometry & Ancillarity
Tensor-Valued Mathematical Morphology
Differential Geometry in Signal Processing
Geometry of Audio Processing
Geometric Inverse Problems
Hotel Troyer, Trojanovice, Czech Republic
A traditional conference focused on general algebra and ordered sets. The scientific program consists of 20- or 30-minute talks by the participants, plus plenary lectures by invited speakers.
University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia
Professor Gunnar Kangro (1913-1975), member of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, was the most famous Estonian mathematician of his time. He was a world-class professional in his main research area - summability theory. His excellent courses and textbooks in algebra and analysis advocated the use of new theories developed in the first half of the twentieth century, and led the transition of Estonian mathematics to modern basis. Having also supervised 23 Cand. Sci. Theses, he is fully considered the founder of contemporary Estonian mathematical school.
Modern methods of analysis and algebra. The working program of the conference consists of plenary lectures in the mornings and parallel sessions in afternoons.
Peer-reviewed contributions will be published in a special issue of the open access journal "Acta et Commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis de Mathematica"; http://math.ut.ee/acta.
Include excursions introducing Estonia http://www.visitestonia.com and an accompanying persons' program.
Centre de Recerca Matemàtica, Bellaterra, Barcelona
This research Programme wants to focus on the Geometrical and the Dynamical aspects in the study of integrable systems. We want to specially stress out the following topics in the study of integrable systems: 1- Connections of several aspects showing up in the geometry, topology and dynamics of integrable systems in symplectic manifolds such as singular aspects of integrable systems, Symplectic Topology of integrable systems, Integrability criteria and obstructions to integrability, Connection with Geometric Quantization and integrable systems in contact and Poisson manifolds.
Vladimir Matveev (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena), Eva Miranda (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), Francisco Presas (Instituto de Ciencias Matemáticas, Madrid) and Iskander Taimanov (Instiute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk).
Department of Mathematics "G. Castelnuovo" at "Sapienza" Universita` di Roma, Rome (Italy).
School and workshop on CONFORMAL BLOCKS, VECTOR BUNDLES ON CURVES AND MODULI OF CURVES
The aim of this school/workshop is to give an introduction to conformal blocks, their construction and use as research tools and objects in different branches of algebraic geometry and topology, in particular moduli spaces of algebraic curves and of vector bundles on curves.
5-hour mini-courses will be held by the following speakers:
Prakash Belkale (Univ. North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Angela Gibney (Univ. of Georgia at Athens)
Christian Pauly (Univ. de Nice Sophia-Antipolis)
It is possible for PhD-students and young post-docs to apply for funding for lodging guaranteed by our sponsors.
Subscribe to the conference on the registration page to apply.
The deadline for applying for funding is MAY 31st, 2013.
Second Young Investigators Conference
Young Investigators Conferences, organized in partnership with ECCOMAS (European Community of Computational Methods in Applied Sciences), are a new series of scientific events. They focus on applications of mathematical and computational methods and modeling to different areas of simulation in engineering. They mainly aim at bringing together junior researchers and PhD students in the field in order to encourage discussion, collaboration, and interchange of ideas by the young generation.