||Summer Schools of the
(for EMS Joint Mathematical Weekends, please follow the link
EMS Joint Mathematical Weekends.)
The European Mathematical Society organises Summer
Schools each year.
With this activity the EMS wants to encourage young European
mathematicians to meet and study together current developments in
Mathematics and its applications.
The EMS is happy to announce that its second series of Summer Schools and
Conferences in pure and applied Mathematics will be funded as a
series of Marie Curie Conferences and
Training Course, under EU Contract MSCF-CT-2005-029473.
means in particular that support for travel and living expenses will
be available for a substantial number of participants in three
categories of eligible researchers:
keep the events inside the European perspective, the organisers will
have to insure that at least seventy percent of the participants are
nationals of Member States or Associated States, and that no
nationality is represented by more than 30 percent of the
Early stage researchers, with up to four years research experience,
computed as full time years of research work after completion of the
diploma giving access to a Ph.D. programme. These researchers could
be of any nationality. Typically, Ph. D. students enter in this
Experienced researchers, with up to ten years of research experience.
Again, those researchers could be of any nationality.
Experienced researchers with more than ten years of experience, who
are nationals of Member States or Associated States and active in
research outside these states at the time of the event.
get the definitions right, the Member States are the Members of the
European Union, and the Associated States are Bulgaria, Iceland,
Israel, Liechtenstein, Norway, Romania, Switzerland and Turkey.
interested in participation and/or funding for any of these events
should contact directly the organisers mentioned in the list below.
this series of events, built up after an open call for proposals, the
European Mathematical Society has further strengthened its
collaboration with the European Regional Committee of the Bernoulli
Society, the Centre de Recerca Matematica (CRM) of Barcelona, the
Scuola Matematica Interuniversitaria (SMI) of Firenze, the
Mathematical Research and Conference Center in Bedlewo (Poland), and
various groups of mathematicians working in European universities and
Mathematical and numerical methods for the cardiovascular system
Cortona Summer School, (Italy), August 16-31, 2008
speakers : Dominique Chapelle, Piero Colli-Franzone,
- Mathematical models in the manufacturing of glass, polymers and
EMS-CIME summer school, Montecatini, Italy, September 8-19, 2008
Main speakers: Hilary Ockendon, Peter Howell, John Ockendon, Robert
Mattheij, Antonio Fasano, Andro Mikelic, Thierry Clopeau, Axel Klar,
- Risk theory and related topics
EMS summer school, Bedlewo, Poland, September 28 - October 8, 2008
Main speakers: to be announced