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MapInstituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal

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 Giorgio Fusco, who has been a major contributor to the IST-IME link.


The purpose of this Workshop-School to bring together researchers working on different mirror symmetry phenomena occuring in moduli spaces. Along with cutting-edge research talks, there will be four introductory mini courses addressed to students and young researchers in differential geometry, algebraic geometry, theoretical physics and related areas. 

Organizers:

Emilio Franco (CAMGSD-IST, Universidade de Lisboa)
Ana Peón-Nieto (University of Birmingham)
Tom Sutherland (Vienna).


This workshop aims to gather experts on Symplectic Geometry and Hamiltonian Dynamics in a leisurely ambiance. The program includes a small number of lectures, leaving plenty of time for informal discussions.

Workshop on Operator Theory, Complex Analysis, and Applications 2022 / WOTCA 2022

The Workshop on Operator Theory, Complex Analysis, and Applications 2022 / WOTCA 2022 aims to bring together researchers working in Operator Theory, Complex Analysis, and their applications, namely 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.

This meeting follows the line of eight previous WOTCA workshops: 
https://wotca21.math.tecnico.ulisboa.pt/

YRFAMP “22 — Young Researchers in Functional Analysis and Mathematical Physics “22

YRFAMP 22 is a workshop geared towards students and young researchers in Functional Analysis, Mathematical Physics and related topics. It will be held alongside WOTCA 2022, aiming to foster contact between leading mathematicians and younger ones.

Workshop Fuchsian Differential Equations

Fuchsian Differential Equations are ordinary linear equations typically with polynomial coefficients. As such they are susceptible to algebraic and arithmetic methods. 

For instance, their behaviour under reduction modulo a prime $p$ is still full of mysteries and unsolved conjectures. 

We will approach the topic in a very accessible and explicit manner, looking at concrete examples, computational aspects, various conjectures, and a comparison of main techniques.  

Organizer:  Herwig Hauser, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Vienna 

Online Workshop "Working Groups for Women in Operator Theory 2021"

The workshop includes a succinct overview of state-of-the-art techniques and recent trends in operator theory and its applications; intensive group problem-solving sessions with each working group led by 1-2 project leaders and involving graduate students/postdocs, early career researchers, and more experienced researchers to discuss possible strategies and solutions to open problems; structured conversations focused on career and research advancement and teaching pedagogy; and ample social periods for informal discussions. We hope to bring together women in operator theory and related fields to work collaboratively on research projects and to form a network of support through research collaborations and professional mentorship.

Organizers: Brittney Miller (Coe College), Francesca Arici (Leiden University), Fernanda Botelho (University of Memphis), Cristina Câmara (CAMGSD/IST - University of Lisbon)   

Particle Systems and Partial Differential Equations – PSPDE IX

In a hybrid format with in-person and online participations, the meeting brings together active researchers working in the fields of Particle Systems and Partial Differential Equations that present their latest scientific results. We expect the participation of a vast audience, including young researchers and PhD students, and we intend to present and exploit the interdisciplinary nature of mathematics as well as its applications in various areas. The meeting includes 2 mini-courses and 15 invited talks.

Joint organization by Centro de Matemática (University of Minho), Centro de Análise Matemática, Geometria e Sistemas Dinâmicos (University of Lisbon), Centro de Matemática, Aplicações Fundamentais e Investigação Operacional (University of Lisbon) and University of Nice (France).

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