Upcoming Schools and REUs

  • Summer School: Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics.
    Technical University Munich, Germany. July 22-26, 2019.
    The lecturers and course titles are:
    • Andrea Braides: Geometric flows on lattices
    • Daniel Grieser: Scales, blow-up and quasimode constructions
    • Tere M-Seara: Exponentially small splitting of separatrices
    • Peter Szmolyan: Advances in geometric singular perturbation theory
    Limited accommodation support for participants is available. The application deadline is 24th of May 2019.

  • Summer School: Data science for dynamical systems.
    Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands. July 1-5, 2019.
    This workshop is aimed at young researchers working in the broad area spanned by the Equadiff 2019 conference. The tutorials by leading experts in the field will help you to appreciate how data science is opening up new research frontiers and broadening the range of applications where dynamical systems and differential equations can play a role. Topics and main speakers:
    • Discovery of equations (Nathan Kutz, University of Washington)
    • Persistent homology (Henry Adams, Colorado State University)
    • Koopman operators (Igor Mezic, UC Santa Barbara)
    • Machine learning for PDEs (Arnulf Jentzen, ETH Zurich)
    • Data assimilation (Chris Jones, UNC Chapel Hill)
    Due to the connection with the Equadiff 2019 conference, we are expecting to host a diverse international group of participants. There is limited room, so please apply soon for a spot if you are interested and/or forward this announcement to others. It is also possible to submit a request for financial assistance to cover your travel and hotel costs.

  • SUMaR Math REU @ KSU (Summer Undergraduate Mathematics Research).
    Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA. June 10 - August 2, 2019.
    Applications are welcome, and will begin to be reviewed mid-March. Projects will be in knot theory, bio math, and PDE. The organizers work to have inclusion of students who are women, minority, first generation, or underprivileged. Students of community colleges are welcome to apply.