Este encontro, cujo âmbito são Equações Diferenciais Ordinárias ou às Derivadas Parciais e tópicos conexos, pretende promover a integração de investigadores tanto do IST como do IME (e outras instituições), via a apresentação de trabalhos de investigação e palestras plenárias a cargo dos participantes.
Esta edição honra Giorgio Fusco que contribuiu e contribui fortemente para esta ligação IST-IME.
The joint meeting aims at gathering international top-level researchers, whose scientific agenda relates to ongoing projects led by members of the research centers CAMGSD (Centre for Mathematics, Geometry and Dynamical Systems) and CMUC (Centre for Mathematics at University of Coimbra). As a consequence, it expects to broaden local scientific interaction and strengthen pre-existing collaborations. As a by-product, the event also exposes young researchers and advanced graduate students to an environment of scientific excellence.
The scope of the meeting covers, though it is not limited to, nonlinear analysis, variational problems and methods, regularity theory for elliptic equations, free boundary problems, and related topics. The scientific program comprises two minicourses by J. Carrillo and Y. Sire, eight plenary lectures and four contributed talks.
Registration is free but mandatory.
Edgard A. Pimentel (CMUC, Universidade de Coimbra)
Hugo Tavares (CAMGSD, Universidade de Lisboa)
@ Department of Mathematics, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
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.
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.
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)