EMS SUMMER SCHOOLS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS (ESSAM)
A particular achievement of the EMS Applied Mathematics Committee has been so far the establishment of a series of summer schools in applied mathematics, that are organized yearly under the EMS banner.
Initially there was a school organized by IMPAN in Bedlevo and one organized by CIME that take place every year. In 2010, a summer school in biomathematics joined ESSAM. It is organized every year by the ESMTB (European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology). A summer school in mathematical finance is organized by the Institut Louis Bachelier. Two new ESSAM schools were created in 2015: one will be held in the Czech Republic on scientific computing, numerical analysis, and mathematical modelling, and mathematical fluid mechanics in alternating years, and the other will change yearly its location and be focused on mathematics in industry and mathematical modelling.
The program committees of the organizing institutions incorporate a representative of the EMS Applied Mathematics committee for the planning of future schools and to certify their scientific level and the fulfilment of the EMS requirements.
The Guidelines of this series of summer schools are stated below.
LIST OF 2017 EMS APPLIED MATHEMATICS SCHOOLS
Course Directors: Charles University in Prague.
* Dominic Breit (Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom)
* Yann Brenier (Ecole Polytechnique, France)
* Pierre-Emmanuel Jabin (University of Maryland, USA)
* Christian Rohde (Universitat Stuttgart, Germany)
Time and place:The school will be held between May 28th - June 2nd, 2017, in Kacov (Czech Republic).
LIST OF 2016 EMS APPLIED MATHEMATICS SCHOOLS
Course Directors: Charles University in Prague.
* Peter Bastian (IWR, University of Heidelberg)
* Joerg Liesen (Technical University of Berlin)
* Jan Mandel (University of Colorado at Denver)
* Richard Katz (University of Oxford)
Time and place:The school will be held between May 29th - June 3rd, 2016, in Kacov (Czech Republic).
Organizers: Andreas Deutsch, Roeland Merks and Vitaly Volpert.
The school will focus on hands-on group work, with participants focusing on one out of five biological problems. The mornings will start with plenary lectures that will showcase exemplary stories that have combined mathematical modeling and experimental biology, as well as discuss a number of mathematical methods in-depth. The lectures will cover a range of topics, including, but not limited to: vertex-based models, cellular automata models, cellular Potts modeling, partial-differential equations, and hybrid individual-based and continuum approaches.
TEAM A: Spatial effects in the pathogenesis of blood cancers, including leukemia
TEAM B: Modelling pigment cell interactions in zebrafish skin patterns
TEAM C: Modeling of cell-cell signaling in discrete cell lattices with reaction-diffusion systems
Team D. Zebrafish epiboly and formation of compartments in 3D tissues: coupling mechanical behavior and gene regulation
Time and place: The school will be held between 25th-29th July 2016 at the
Lorentz Center, Oort-Leiden.
3. EMS-ESMTB Summer School “The Helsinki Summer School on Mathematical Ecology and Evolution 2016: Structured Populations”
Course Directors: Mats Gyllenberg, Eva Kisdi, Francesca Scarabel.
* Mats Gyllenberg (University of Helsinki): Dynamics of structured populations
* Hans Metz (University of Leiden): Adaptive dynamics in structured populations
* Reinhard Bürger (University of Vienna): Population genetics of spatially structured populations
* Hisashi Inaba (University of Tokyo): Infectious diseases in structured populations
* André de Roos (University of Amsterdam): Population and community ecology of ontogenetic development
Time and place: The school will be held between 21st-28th August 2016 at the Linnasmäki Congress Centre in Turku, Finland.
This summer school will combine a traditional research school that introduces the participants to a mathematical topic of current interest with a typical modelling week where they are exposed to a specific real-world case-study problem which they model mathematically during several days of group work. In this summer school we focus on the topics crime and image processing which are attracting a lot of attention both from the point of view of mathematical research as well as from real-world applications, but where both sides are rarely taught together. Two types of techniques will be taught for each topic, one based on partial differential equations (PDEs) and the other on a discrete approach such as networks. These techniques involve data modelling and processing aspects, which are rapidly growing in their importance for industrial and applied mathematics. Case study problems will be chosen to allow for the application and combination of both types of techniques. The intention is to provide the participants with knowledge of multiple approaches and how they can be combined to address complex modelling problems in several application areas. Due to the intensive group supervision requirement in the project phase, the research school is limited to about 30 participants, which will be split into groups for each of the case-studies with 5-6 members. The lectures and practicals will be held entirely as single session events so that the participants get exposed to all application areas and techniques.
Course Directors: Andreas Muench, Jared Tanner, Gitta Kutyniok, Barbara Wagner.
* Andrea Bertozzi (Department of Mathematics, UCLA, USA)
* Mason Porter (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK)
* Gabriel Peyré (CEREMADE, Université Paris-Dauphine, France)
* Carola Schönlieb (DAMTP, University of Cambridge, UK)
Time and place:The school will be held between July 4th - July 8th, 2016, in Oxford (UK).
Course Directors: Y. Kabanov, A. Muravlev, M. Zhitlukhin, A. Shiryaev, P. Tankov.
* Financial markets with arbitrage: by Kostas Kardaras (London School of Economics) and Johannes Ruf (University College London).
* Numerical methods for nonlinear problems: by Bruno Bouchard (University Paris Dauphine) and Nizar Touzi (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris).
Time and place:The school will be held between August 29th - September 2nd, 2016, in Pushkin (Russia).
Course Directors: Michał Bojanowski.
* Tomasz Szapiro (SGH)
* Witold Rudnicki (ICM UW)
* Szymon Jaroszewicz (IPI PAN)
* Piotr Guzik (GetInData / Allegro)
* Piotr Dendek & Michał Oniszczuk (ICM UW)
Time and place: The school will be held between 28th November - 2nd December, 2016, in Warsaw (Poland).
GUIDELINES FOR EMS SCHOOLS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS
- NN (here, organizing entity) has agreed to organize every year a Summer School in Applied Mathematics in the framework of EMS Schools in Applied Mathematics. The organization (place, format, topic etc.) should be aimed at outlining uniformity and common identity of the Schools of the series.
- EMS agreed to support the School organized in 2008 through its contract with the EU and under the rules of such contract.
- EMS will help NN in fund raising for supporting the Schools that will be planned and organized for the years to come.
- Participation of young researchers from European and Mediterranean countries will be stimulated and whenever possible and needed- supported.
- NN agrees that the planning of future Schools will be done in cooperation with EMS, through a contact person that will be indicated by the EC of EMS.
- EMS and NN consider as a priority the goal that the Schools keep a high scientific level and focus on topics of relevant impact.
- All information concerning the Schools should include the EMS logo and indicate that they are organized by NN in the series of EMS Schools in Applied Mathematics. The above applies to the publications possibly originated by the School (lecture notes, proceedings).
- EMS will devote particular attention in promoting the Schools through its publications and in helping dissemination of the relevant information.
- NN will provide EMS with a report on each School of the series. One of the achievements of this committee so far has been the establishment of European Summer Schools in Applied Mathematics, organized on a permanent basis in the framework of EMS.