This workshop aims on the one hand at presenting and discussing recent research trends and open problems in operator theory and, on the other hand, at building a network focused on active collaborative research, geared to attract female mathematicians to operator theory and related areas. It will include a succinct overview of state-of-the-art techniques and recent results 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.
Partially funded by FCT (Portugal) and CAMGSD through project UIDB/04459/2020 and by NSF-HRD 1500481 - AWM ADVANCE grant and the NSF Award DMS-1956360.
Organizers: Francesca Arici (Leiden University), Fernanda Botelho (University of Memphis), Cristina Câmara (CAMGSD/Instituto Superior Técnico), Brittney Miller (Coe College).
The intensive week of PDEs is a joint initiative of some research groups in Italy (Turin and Rome) and Portugal (Lisbon), which allows to continue the exchange of ideas within the PDE community in this strange period, where scientific travels have stopped.
Each day there will be a session of the mini-course and a talk given by one of the participants. Then in the remaining time people would be able to organize in small groups in order to discuss research (ongoing or new). The meeting aims to intensify the existing collaborations and to stimulate interactions between participants.
The meeting has been postponed indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 edition of the Iberian Cosmology Meeting (IberiCOS 2020) will be held at the University of Coimbra. This series of meetings is aimed at encouraging the interaction and collaboration between researchers working in Cosmology and related areas in Portugal and Spain. Researchers working in other countries are also most welcome.
These meetings are designed to encourage the presentation of work in progress. In this same spirit, the meetings will not be restricted to a single focused topic, but are open to cosmologists in the broadest sense, from mathematical cosmology and theoretical particle physics to observational astrophysics. Stimulating interactions between theorists and observers is also a particular concern of the organisers.
Anfiteatro Abreu Faro, Instituto Superior Técnico, Av. Rovisco Pais, Lisboa
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.
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.
In this 2-day mini-meeting, members of the FCT-funded project Higher Structures and Applications (PTDC/MAT-PUR/31089/2017) will be explaining aspects of their research to each other and to anyone else interested, in short presentations with plenty of room for discussion.
Sala P3.10, Pavilhão de Matemática, Instituto Superior Técnico
The Women in Operator Theory and its Applications workshop targets the narrowing of the gender gap in this broad, active and wide ranging branch of functional analysis. By presenting the vast research opportunities and the most recent results in operator theory and related topics, we aim at attracting early career female mathematicians to this area, fostering contacts between different generations of mathematicians, and promoting dialogue in a friendly atmosphere. It is however open to anyone interested.
Advances in Applied Mathematical Analysis and Numerical Methods: Ten Years of CoLab —
The UT Austin | Portugal CoLab Program in Applied Mathematics has been running for 10 years now. It has been remarkably successful in promoting research collaboration and providing mobility opportunities for faculty members, as well as in hosting doctoral and post-doctoral students, especially in the field of applied PDEs. The meeting Advances in Applied Mathematical Analysis and Numerical Methods: Ten Years of CoLab brings together many of the researchers who have been directly or indirectly involved in the program, to report on recent achievements while paving the way for future collaborations. Topics covered range from the analysis of PDEs to more computational aspects and applications in Science and Engineering.