This workshop takes place at TU Graz (Graz, Austria).
The main topics of this meeting are different generalizations of continued fractions and their applications. Among such generalizations are triangular sequences, p-adic continued fractions, Minkovski-Voronoi polyhedra, Klein sails, etc. We are planning to discuss new advances and currently open problems in order to establish interrelations between different theories of multidimensional continued fractions.
Hotel Le Sirene, Gallipoli (South of Italy)
Physics and Mathematics of Nonlinear Phenomena 2013 is organized by the Dipartimento di Matematica e Fisica
``E. De Giorgi'', and follows the long established tradition of the Nonlinear
Physics meetings organized by the research group on Integrable Systems of
Universita' del Salento and held in Gallipoli (Lecce, Italy).
Main topics of the conference:
- Continuous and discrete, classical and quantum integrable
- Hamiltonian, critical and geometrical structures of nonlinear
integrable equations of mathematical physics;
- Integrable systems in quantum field theory and matrix models;
- Mathematical models of nonlinear phenomena in
- Applications of nonlinear integrable systems in Physics.
Scientific Committee: F. Calogero, B. Dubrovin, Y. Kodama, F. Magri, V. Zakharov
Organizing Committee: M. Beccaria, B. Konopelchenko, G. Landolfi, L. Martina,
Sevastopol Institute of Banking, Sevastopol, Ukraine
The conference is dedicated to Academician of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine Professor A. M. Samoilenko on the occasion of his 75th anniversary. Conference sections: differential equations and nonlinear oscillations; theory of functions; mathematical problems of mechanics; mathematical modeling of economic, financial and insurance processes; stochastic differential equations.
The conference is organized by the LMPA "Laboratory of Pure and Applied Mathematics" and the Engeneering School EIL Côte d'Opale. The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers working in numerical analysis, scientific computation and applications. Participants will present and discuss their latest results in this area.
The main topics of the conference are:
Large Linear Systems and Eigenvalue Problems with Preconditioning,
Linear Algebra and Control. Model Reduction,
Ill-posed Problems, Regularisations,
Numerical Methods for PDEs,
Approximation Theory, Radial Basis Functions, Meshless Approximation,
Applications to Image and Signal Processing, Environnement, Energy Minimization, Internet Search Engines...
The aim of the summer school is to give a thorough introduction of tools, langages and execution models for efficient programming of heterogeneous multicore architectures with accelerators. Three lectures will describe the existing programming levels for accelerators as well as techniques for simultaneously using multicores and accelerators within a single application, while trying to maintain performance portability. All courses consist of lectures and hands-on sessions where everyone can try out the tools on several exercises using different parallel computing hardware.
* Lecture 1:
Michael WOLFE (The Portland Group, Inc.)
The lecture will introduce high-level directive-based programming for heterogeneous architectures, such as CPUs connected to GPUs or Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. We will discuss what kinds of programs are amenable to acceleration with these architectures, and the advantages and penalties of high-level programming. We will go into details of OpenACC, and compare to OpenMP and Intel Languages Extensions for Offload, and will use the PGI compilers for demonstration.
Ubeda, Jaen, Spain
The conference is a new activity of the Jaen Approximation Project. Jaen Approximation Project has organized ten editions of the Ubeda Meeting on Approximation and three editions of the Jaen Conference on Approximation. It also issues the Jaen Journal on Approximation from 2009.
The objective of these conferences is to provide a useful and nice forum for researchers in the subjects to meet and discuss. In this sense, the conference programs have been designed to keep joined the group during four/five days with a program full of scientific and social activities.
Ciudad Habana, Cuba
The school aims at presenting some of the current approaches in PDE modelling and mathematical analysis of biological and medical phenomena. It aims at allowing the researchers and the students of Master’s degree level to acquire a basic training in that field.
Mathematical modelling in biology and analysis of the resulting equations are a main challanging scientific problem. This domain interests an increasing mathematical community in the world as well as biologists, doctors, engineers in environmental science for their possible applications. The various recent PDE methods and the last most significant progress in this domain need to be exchanged and developed with Cuba and other countries of the Caribbean area.
NIMS, Daejeon (Korea)
The conference will present current research in topological fixed point theory and related areas of mathematics.
The program will feature series of expository lectures by
Evelyn Hart (Colgate University, USA),
Karel Dekimpe (KU Leuven Kulak, Belgium) and
Chris Staecker (Fairfield Uiniveristy, USA).
Robert Brown-Chair (UCLA, USA)
Karel Dekimpe (KU Leuven Kulak, Belgium)
Daciberg Lima Gonçalves (IME-USP, Brazil)
Jerzy Jezierski (Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland)
Boju Jiang (Beijing University, China)
Jong Bum Lee (Sogang University, Korea)
Kyung Bai Lee (University of Oklahoma, USA)
Peter Wong (Bates College, USA)
Jong Bum Lee-Chair (Sogang University)
Jae-Ryong Kim (Kookmin University)
Seung Won Kim (Kyungsung University)
Sung Sook Kim (Paichai University)
Ki-Yeol Yang (Sunchon National University)
"Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica" (INDAM), Piazzale Aldo Moro, 2, Roma (Italy)
The aim of this meeting is to foster interaction between climate scientists and mathematicians that are active in various fields of interest for climate science, such as dynamical systems, partial differential equations, control theory, stochastic systems, and numerical analysis. This event will be part of
MPE2013 (http://mpe2013.org/). The workshop will include ten overview lectures (50 minutes), five from climate scientists and five from applied
mathematicians, sixteen research lectures (30 minutes) and panel discussions.
There will be Overview Lectures by:
Jacques BLUM (Université de Nice)
Jesús I.DÍAZ (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Henk DIJKSTRA (Utrecht University)
Franco FLANDOLI (Università di Pisa)
Michael GHIL (UCLA & ENS Paris)
Christof MEILE (University of Georgia)
Franco MOLTENI (ICTP, Trieste)
Roberto NATALINI (IAC - CNR, Roma)
Antonio NAVARRA (CMCC, Bologna)
Enrique ZUAZUA (Basque Center for Applied Mathematics)
There will be Research Lectures by:
Fatiha ALABAU-BOUSSOUIRA (Université Paul Verlaine-Metz)
Giuseppe BUTTAZZO (Università di Pisa, Italy)
Université Paul Sabatier, Institut de mathématiques de Toulouse, Toulouse, France.
International conference organized around topolgy and geometry in Toulouse, France, on the occasion of Michel Boileau's 60th birthday.
This event will close a thematic month dedicated to topology and symplectic/contact geometry.
On the occasion of Michel Boileau's 60th birthday, an international conference is organized around topolgy and geometry in Toulouse, France, from 24 to 28th June 2013. This area has shown rapid and spectacular progress over the last few years (the Poincaré conjecture, Thurston's geometrisation conjecture, the classification of hyperbolic manifolds, Marden's conjecture, infinite virtual Betti numbers, the virtual fibration conjecture, Heegaard-Floer homology, quantum invariants, curve complexes...). Among them, the conference will address:
The aim of the Workshop is to bring together researchers in multidisciplinary fields, with emphasis on Distance Geometry (DG). Distance Geometry is an area of research already consolidated, with Mathematics and Computer Science as key areas at its foundation. The concept of distance is essential to the human experience and DG puts this concept as the main object in a given geometric structure. The fundamental problem of DG is to find a set of points in a given geometric space whose distances between some of these points are known.
The topics of interest of the workshop are theory, algorithms, and applications of Distance Geometry related to the following research areas, but are not limited to:
IMATI-CNR and Department of Mathematics of the Universty of Pavia, Pavia, Italy
The workshop will bring together some of the leading experts on variational models and methods in mechanics. Further information and the updated list of invited speakers are available on the workshop website http://www.imati.cnr.it/ulisse/v2m2.html
Registration (without fee) and application for a poster will be opened soon.
Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia
The main purpose of the meeting is to stimulate and promote interactions between the following three research areas: differential graphical calculus (DGC), operad algebra and logic as main ingredients of the applied category theory with wide application prospects everywhere in contemporary science, cognition and technology.
"1 Decembrie 1918" University of Alba Iulia
The meeting is organized by the American Mathematical Society and the Romanian Mathematical Society in partnership with the Simion Stoilow Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy (IMAR).
There will be 6 invited addresses and 21 special sessions.
Invited Addresses: Viorel Barbu (Iasi), Sergiu Klainerman (Princeton), George Lusztig (MIT), Stefan Papadima (IMAR), Mihnea Popa (Chicago), Dan Timotin (IMAR).
Paul Erdős Centennial Conference
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the
Alfréd Rényi Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the
Eötvös Loránd University and the
János Bolyai Mathematical Society
announce that a
conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Paul Erdős will be