The workshop will take place at Departamento de Física e Astronomia, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade do Porto.

This workshop will address various aspects of noncommutative geometry (NCG) as covered by the COST Action MP1405Quantum Structure of Spacetime (QSpace):

Connection of NCG with realistic phenomenological models, including the Standard Models of Particle Physics and Cosmology

New constructions of fields, matter and quantum spacetimes in NCG

Connections between NCG and other models of gravity

The Iberian Strings 2017 meeting is the eighth meeting of the Iberian Strings series. These meetings bring together a large part of the string theory community of Spain and Portugal and aim at discussing recent advances in the field of strings and branes.

The idea of the meeting is to get together researchers from two different areas of mathematics, namely Particle Systems and Partial Differential Equations, and to present recent scientific results in both areas.

The 2016 edition of the Spanish-Portuguese Relativity Meeting (EREP2016) will be held in Lisbon from 12 to 15 September, celebrating the centenary of the most famous solution of the Einstein field equations, the Schwarzschild solution. The topics of the plenary lectures will revolve around three main areas of research, namely Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, Mathematical Relativity, and the interface between Gravitation and Quantum Theory, and reflect the intended broad scope of the meeting.

This meeting, whose scope comprises Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations and related topics, aims to promote integration of researchers of both IST and IME (and other institutions), with the presentation of research works and plenary lectures of the participants.

This edition will honor Waldyr Oliva, our extraordinary mathematical bridge across the South Atlantic.

This is the 2016 International Meeting on applications of resurgent analysis and transseries within quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, gauge theory and string theory. Its emphasis covers from the latest mathematical developments and applications all the way towards understanding new (and old) nonperturbative phenomena within diverse physical examples.

International research conference focused on recent developments in the theory of manifolds and surrounding areas. The main topics of the conference are Moduli Spaces of Manifolds, Calculus of Functor and Algebraic K and L Theories.

It aims to bring together researchers working in Operator Theory, Complex Analysis, and their applications, and to create an opportunity to highlight the current state of the art in these fields, present open problems and engage in fruitful discussions. Connections with Linear Algebra will also be emphasized.

The aim of the workshop is both to bring together experts on Calculus of Variations and its applications, promoting the exchange of ideas and attracting young scientists to the field, and also to honor Professor Luísa Mascarenhas, recently retired, for her contribution to Science.

The workshop will take place at Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Campus de Caparica, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and will count with several talks by eminent researchers covering a wide range of methods to treat problems in Engineering, Mechanics and Life Sciences. Several of the invited speakers have directly collaborated with Professor Luísa Mascarenhas.

The school aims at bringing together prominent researchers, known for their expertise in modeling, analysis and simulation of nonlinear phenomena, and graduate and post-graduate students from around the world for five days of research training. The school comprises an intensive program of week-long short courses complemented by tutorial sessions run by post-graduate students. It will focus on non-local or nonlinear partial differential equations with applications ranging from phase transitions and free boundary problems to porous media flows and contaminant transport in subsurface environments.

We expect to be able to fund the local expenses of up to 25 students

The aim of this workshop is to bring together leading experts and young researchers in the fields of mathematics and engineering to discuss recent developments in applications to material science and biology.

The goal is to bridge together analytical techniques and computational methods to shed new light on cutting edge research topics.

This conference will address some recent developments on the classification of algebraic surfaces and will be an occasion to celebrate the 60th birthday of Margarida Mendes Lopes, whose contribution to the field and to the consolidation of the existing Portuguese algebraic geometry community has had a significant impact.

The 2^{nd} Graduate Summer School on Differential Equations will take place on 15-19 June 2015 at Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon. Its main topics will be linear transport equations, dispersive equations, stochastic differential equations and asymptotic methods.

The TQFT mini-workshops address topics of current interest in Topological Quantum Field Theory and in Modern Mathematical Physics. The 2015 topic is Mathematical Aspects of Quantization.

As in previous years, the meeting is focussed on minicourses given by the main speakers, supplemented by invited and contributed talks. Main speakers: Ulrich Bauer (IST Austria), Michael Farber (Queen Mary, University of London), Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov (Universität Bremen) and Piotr Sulkowski (University of Warsaw and California Institute of Technology).

Sessions take place in Amphithetre Ea1 of the North Tower (February 4 to 6) and in Amphithetre Va3 of the Civil Engineering Building on February 7, both in the Alameda campus of IST.

The mathematical modelling of physiological problems leads to complex systems of PDEs and to computational challenges related to their heterogeneous and multiscale nature. This requires highly integrated and efficient numerical algorithms and high performance computing techniques for their simulation.

This workshop brings together leading experts and young researchers and its main goal is to promote national and international exchange of recent developments in the analysis and numerical simulation of PDEs, and its applications with particular emphasis to biomedical problems.

The IST-IME meetings are organized biennially by the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST-Lisbon) and the Instituto de Matemática e Estatística (IME) of the Universidade de São Paulo (USP). The broad purpose of the meetings is to promote the interaction of researchers from both institutes among themselves and with researchers from other institutions. The main topics of the event will be ordinary and partial differential equations. For this edition we are also organizing a workshop on sympletic geometry.

The Summer School on String Theory and Holography is a 2-week event jointly organized by three European networks. The first week of the school will take place at IST, Lisbon, and consists of 5 lecture series on topics in gauge/gravity duality. The second week of the school will take place at FCUP, Porto, and focus on applications of Mathematica to selected topics in gauge/gravity duality.

The Summer Lectures in Geometry are a tradition at CAMGSD that attains in 2014 its 15th edition. Renowned mathematicians working in Geometry and related areas have lectured thematic courses in two or three sessions during a concentration week in the Summer period.

This series includes courses by Bertrand Toën, Université de Montpellier 2, and Siye Wu, University of Hong Kong.

The meeting will be hosted by the Center for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry and Dynamical Systems of Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, in the context of the FCT project Toeplitz operators and Riemann-Hilbert problems: at the crossroad of Operator Theory and Complex Analysis.

This is a workshop focused on recent developments in symplectic and contact geometry and topology.

This meeting at Técnico, Lisbon, is part of a series of Workshops on Symplectic Geometry, Contact Geometry and Interactions which started in Lille in 2007, followed by Brussels, Strasbourg, Paris, Uppsala, Madrid and Les Diablerets, Switzerland. This series has been highly successful in bringing together researchers and the emerging community of young mathematicians working in these fields and their interactions.

The mini-workshop will consist of a mini-course by M. H. Sengun (Warwick), supplemented by seminars.

We will focus on the connections between the \(A\)-polynomials and number theory (such as Mahler measures of \(A\)-polynomials, algebraic K-theory and dilogarithm) and the non-commutative or quantized generalization of the \(A\)-polynomial due to Garoufalidis (based on character varieties) and Gukov (based on quantum field theory), with its conjectured relation with the coloured Jones polynomials (AJ conjecture or quantum volume conjecture).

Variational Methods have proven to be a powerful tool way to solve many problems in the field of differential equations. This scientific meeting will focus mainly on their use in the study of elliptic equations and systems, and will bring together several experts on the field. Participants are encouraged to submit an abstract. The event, which is dedicated to the memory of Miguel Ramos, will take place at the Faculty of Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal.

The Avogadro Meetings started in 2005 as an occasion for young theorists, active in String Theory and related subjects, to gather and share their ideas and results in an informal atmosphere. The meeting series received its name after the University of Piemonte Orientale that hosted its first three editions.

Nonlinear wave equations will bring together experts which have in common the study of the propagation of nonlinear waves in various active fields of research: fluid dynamics, Schrödinger and wave equations, kinetic equations and general relativity.

An enormous international activity is devoted to the description of waves in connection with non trivial nonlinear phenomena: anomalous scattering in water wave dynamics, stability of non trivial structures like vortex filaments or solitary waves, propagation of waves on curved background in relativity, singularity formation and energy concentration in parabolic and dispersive models, etc.

The conference will aim at presenting some recent developments in these domains which are in particular at the heart of the ANR SWAP and the ERC senior project BLOWDISOL that partially support the conference. The aim will be in particular to stimulate discussions between experts and build bridges between their works.

The main objective of 2-Day OTCA 2013 is to bring together researchers working in different areas of Mathematics, namely Operator Theory, Complex Analysis and related fields, with a particular emphasis in Mathematical Physics, and to create an opportunity to highlight the current state of the art in these fields, present open problems and engage in fruitful discussions.

The Summer Lectures in Geometry are a tradition at CAMGSD that attains in 2013 its 14th edition. Renowned mathematicians working in Geometry and related areas have lectured thematic courses in two or three session during a concentration week in the Summer period.

The Mira Fernandes Lectures on Mathematical Relativity are meant as a tribute to Aureliano de Mira Fernandes, one of the first Portuguese mathematicians to take an interest in Einstein's General Theory of Relativity. They usually consist of a short course comprising three or four one hour sessions on a theme of interest to the group of CAMGSD researchers who work on Mathematical Relativity. The sessions are open to all interested.

The main objective of this meeting is to get together mathematicians and physicists interested, either in the theoretical modelling, or in experimental aspects of aerosol science, with the goal of fostering the collaboration potential in this scientific field. The meeting is part of the scientific activities of the Mathematics of Planet Earth year.

The Iberian Strings 2013 meeting is the fourth meeting of the Iberian Strings series, which in turn superseded previous editions of the Workshop on Gravitational Aspects of Strings and Branes and of Northwest Strings. These meetings bring together a large part of the string theory community of Spain and Portugal and aim at discussing recent advances in the field of strings and branes.

This meeting, whose scope comprises Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations and related topics, aims to promote integration of researchers of both Institutes (and others), with the presentation of research works and plenary lectures of the participants.

The XXth Oporto Meeting on Geometry, Topology and Physics will take place in Oporto, Portugal, from July 19th to 22nd, 2012 (Thursday to Sunday). The aim of the Oporto Meetings is to bring together mathematicians and physicists interested in the inter-relation between geometry, topology and physics and to provide them with a pleasant and informal environment for scientific interchange.

WOTCA 2012 aims to bring together, in a friendly and scientifically fruitful environment, researchers working in Operator Theory, Complex Analysis and related areas in Mathematics, as well as their applications to Engineering and Physics.

The workshop is organised in the context of the FCT project Toeplitz operators and Riemann-Hilbert problems: at the crossroad of Operator Theory and Complex Analysis.

The purpose of this conference is to bring together researchers from both sides of the Atlantic around topics of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations providing a stimulating environment for scientific interchange. This conference involves researchers from the Instituto de Matemática e Estatística of Universidade de São Paulo (IME-USP) and the Centro de Análise Matemática, Geometria e Sistemas Dinâmicos (CAMGSD) of the Mathematics Department of Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa (IST-UTL) and will use the facilities of the Núcleo de Modelagem Estocástica e Complexidade (NUMEC) da USP.

The Fall Workshops on Geometry and Physics have been held yearly since 1992, and bring together Spanish and Portuguese geometers and physicists, along with an ever increasing number of participants from outside the Iberian peninsula. The meetings aim to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between researchers from different backgrounds, and always include a substantial number of enthusiastic young researchers amongst the participants.

The purpose of the Conference is to bring together both experts and novices in the theory and application of Difference Equations and Discrete Dynamical Systems.

The main theme of the meeting will be “Discrete Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Science”.

Nonuniformly Hyperbolic Dynamics and Smooth Ergodic Theory —

The conference Nonuniformly Hyperbolic Dynamics and Smooth Ergodic Theory is dedicated to Yakov Pesin on the occasion of his 60th birthday. Topics include nonuniform hyperbolicity, smooth ergodic theory, partial hyperbolicity, thermodynamic formalism, dimension theory in dynamics,...

The main goals of this workshop are bringing together researchers in the area of Calculus of Variations and creating a stimulating environment for research exchanges. Topics include differential inclusions, gamma-convergence, homogenization, Young measures, relaxation, regularity,...

This conference aims at bringing together researchers in the area of viscosity solutions of Hamilton-Jacobi equations, related non-linear PDE, and its applications, such as homogenization, asymptotic behaviour, and Aubry-Mather theory.

The aim of the Oporto meetings on Geometry, Topology and Physics is to bring together mathematicians and physicists interested in the inter-relation between geometry, topology and physics and to provide them with a pleasant and informal environment for scientific interchange. The XVth Oporto Meeting is a satellite meeting of the International Congress of Mathematicians. The main topic of our XVth edition will be: Mathematical Aspects of Supersymmetry.

The First CAMGSD Thematic Period is dedicated to the very proficuous interaction between Algebraic Geometry and Topological Strings. The Thematic Period will consist of various activities taking place during the course of 5 weeks, including 4 mini-courses and several weekly seminars.