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Women in Mathematics Summer School, ICTP, 2013

As the School’s topics mainly belong to those domains of Mathematics that are relevant to understanding the physics and complexity of our planet, the summer school is part of the Mathematics For Planet Earth Programme for 2013Aims and Scopes

The aim of the Women in Mathematics summer school is to provide a stimulating intellectual environment for PhD students and post-docs from different countries and different mathematical disciplines. It is the fifth of a series intiatied by European Women in Mathematics, the last took place in Leiden in 2011.

The school will consist in short courses focusing on four topics of the current research in mathematics. For the 2013 edition the topics will be in the areas of Dynamical systems, Partial Differential Equations and Numerical Analysis. Each short course consists in an introductory part, a more advanced one, together with problem solving and tutorial sessions. There will be time for contributed talks and also discussions on gender issues. Participants and lecturers will be of both sexes.

A major aim of the summer school is the involvement and participation of women from developing countries, taking advantage that the school takes place at ICTP. As a matter of fact, due to a lack of female teachers in the higher education system and other possible discriminative facts, female mathematicians from developing countries may face serious problems in developing their career as researchers and may need to strengthen their motivations and professional self-confidence.

Scientific committee

  • Lisbeth Fajstrup, Aalborg University (Denmark), EWM deputy convenor
  • Stefanie Hittmeyer, University of Auckland (New Zeeland), EWM member
  • Emilia Mezzetti, University of Trieste (Italy), EWM member
  • Marie-Francoise Ouedraogo, University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), in charge of UMA committee for women in mathematics
  • Marie-Francoise Roy, University of Rennes (France), EWM convenor
  • Susanna Terracini, Universitty of Milano-Bicocca (Italy), EWM standing committee, professor in Milano (chair)
  • Khanum Rashida Adeeb, University of Essex (UK), EWM local coordinator in Pakistan

    Venue, duration and dates.

  • Venue: The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Main Lecture Hall (LB), Trieste (Italy);
  • Duration: seven days (sunday to saturday), 6 working days (monday to saturday);
  • Dates: May 27-June 1st, 2013.

Minicourses

1. Nonlinear Partial differential equations. Course Directors: Giuseppina Autuori, Department of Industrial Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, autuoridipmat [dot] univpm [dot] it, and Francesca Colasuonno, Department of Mathematics University of Bari colasuonnodm [dot] uniba [dot] it


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FAQ

Evan
What is a highly recommended European summer school for math?

I'm always interested in learning more math, and Europe is the place to learn. What summer schools/exchange programs are out there for high school students (preferably in France or Spain)?

If you want to learn math, I suggest Germany or Russia.
They're sort of famous for engineering & mathematics.

Moscow State University Lomonosov has some great programs.

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