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Title: internatiional conference on operator algebras and applications in Morocco
Date: April 14 - 18, 2008
Site: university cadi Ayyad

Topic: - C*-Algebras and Nonselfadjoint Operator Algebras. - Operator Theory and Functions Spaces. - Operator Spaces and Noncommutatives L$^p$-Spaces. - Banach algebras with operator representaions on Hilberts spaces
Organized by: University Hassan I
Programme Committee: R. El Harti, A. Abbar, M. Louzar, A. Hillali K. Allali. S. Bouziane, A. Haqiq, J. Dabounou, M. Bahaj (University Hassan I. Settat). - N. El Yacoubi. Z. Abdelali, M. Belarbi-Delai (University Mohammed V. Rabat) - M. Barraa (University Cadi Ayyad. Marrakech). - C. Bensouda et B. Bouussejra (Univesity of Ibnou Tofail. Kenitra). - M. Faouzi (Université Chouaib Doukali. El Jadida). - B. Khaoulani (EMIN. Rabat)
Contact: Rachid El Harti
Address: FST de Settat, BP 577, Settat. Morocco
Phone/Fax: 0021223400969
Remarks: As a continuation of the first international conference on operator algebras and applications in Morocco ( which had been held in 2005, the second conference ICOAA2008 will be held in Marrakech 14-18 April 2008 with a similar structure. It would be a big pleasure for us to meet you there. ICOAA 2008 in Morocco is intended to be a comprehensive, inclusive conference covering all aspects of theoretical and applied operator algebras. We plan to include many special sessions (invited and contributed). So far, the following special sessions are tentatively planned: C$\sp*$-algebras and nonselfadjoint operator algebras, Operator theory and function spaces, Operator spaces and noncommutative $L_p$ Spaces. The target date for these submissions is 30/01/2008. The homepage will be updated as new information becomes available. Please feel free to pass this information to persons who might be intere! sted in ICOAA2008.

Title: Géométrie Algébrique en Liberté XVI
Date: April 21 - 25, 2008
Site: CES Felipe II, Aranjuez near Madrid, Spain.

Topic: GAeL is a meeting for young algebraic geometers. The meeting, planned for about 40 people, provides an ideal opportunity for direct contact with established mathematicians (senior participants) in an informal atmosphere. More importantly, GAeL gives young researchers the opportunity to talk about their own research with their peers from across Europe. The senior participants this year will be Jean-Pierre Demailly, Daniel Huybrechts, Angelo Vistoli. For more information about their talks, you can consult our webpage. However, the emphasis is on talks by young participants, which will take up much of the time and cover a wide variety of topics in algebraic geometry. The talks are meant to be introductory and not too technical.
Organized by: Stephen Coughlan, Sultan Erdogan, Michael Kerber, Alberto López, María Pe Pereira, Sönke Rollenske, Damiano Testa, Inan Utku Turkmen and Tim Wouters
Programme Committee: Frances Kirwan and Frans Oort
Remarks: Accommodation is fully financed by GAeL. We hope to secure funding to cover travel expenses of all participants. If you would like to apply for financial support please let us know the approximate costs converted into Euro. If you would like to participate, please fill in the application form on the webpage. The deadline for applications is Friday 8th February 2008.

Title: Geometry and group theory
Date: April 28 - May 04, 2008
Site: University of Strasbourg

Topic: Geometry and group theory : representations, asymptotic geometry, hyperbolic geometry, symmetric spaces, dynamics and applications to number theory. There will be mini-courses given by Marc Burger, Viktor Schroeder, Norbert A'Campo, Gabriele Link and Françoise Dal'Bo.
Organized by: Athanase Papadopoulos
Contact: Athanase Papadopoulos
Address: Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée, 7 rue René Descartes, 67084 Strasbourg Cedex (France)
Remarks: Financial support for PdD students and new PhD's. Registration form on the URL of conference.

Title: Variational and Topological Methods in Nonlinear Phenomena
Date: May 01 - 05, 2008
Site: Otranto, Italy

Organized by: G. Cerami, A.M. Micheletti, G. Palmieri, A. Salvatore, A.M. Candela, C. Bonanno
Programme Committee: V. Benci, M. Degiovanni, D. Fortunato, A. Masiello, B. Ruf
Contact: Anna Maria Candela
Address: Dipartimento di Matematica, Universita' degli Studi di Bari - via E. Orabona 4- 70125 Bari, Italy

Date: May 05 - 09, 2008
Site: Gatech, Atlanta, USA

Topic: The conference will honor the 65th birthday of William T. Trotter. The conference program will consist of invited lectures, a poster session open to all interested parties, and a problem session. The following scientists kindly agreed to deliver lectures at the conference: Noga Alon Hal Kierstead Paul Seymour Imre Barany Dan Kleitman Miklos Simonovits Bela Bollobas Alexandr Kostochka Vera Sos Graham Brightwell Jan Kratochvil Joel Spencer Maria Chudnovsky Dhruv Mubayi Angelika Steger Fan Chung Jaroslav Nesetril Benny Sudakov Stefan Felsner Janos Pach Endre Szemeredi Zoltan Furedi Vojta Rodl Douglas West Ron Graham Michael Saks Van Vu Penny Haxell Carla Savage Jacques Verstraete Jeffry Kahn Peter Winkler

Title: Twelfth International Conference Devoted to the Memory of Academician Mykhailo Kravchuk (Krawtchouk) (1892≈1942)
Date: May 15 - 17, 2008
Site: Ukraine, Kyiv, National Tech. Univ. of Ukraine (KPI)

Topic: (1) Differential and integral equations, its applications; (2) Algebra, geome-try, mathematical and numerical analysis; (3) Theory of probability and mathematical statistics; 4) History, methods of teaching of mathematics.
Organized by: National Tech. Univ. of Ukraine (KPI), Inst. of Math. of NASU, National Shevchenko Univ., National Drahomanov Pedagogical Univ.
Programme Committee: N. Virchenko and oth.
Contact: N. Virchenko
Address: Ukraine, 03056, Kyiv-56, Peremohy Ave. 37, National Technical University of Ukraine (KPI), Phys.-Math. Departments, Corpus 7, Room 437, M. Kravchuk Conference, N. Virchenko
Phone/Fax: (380) 44 454-97-40
Remarks: Deadlines: Abstracts of one page by March 1, 2008. Languages: English, Ukraine, Russian.

Title: 6th Seminar on Stochastic Analysis, Random Fields and Applications
Date: May 19 - 23, 2008
Site: Centro Stefano Franscini, Ascona, Switzerland

Topic: stochastics and climatology; stochastic partial differential equations; random fields; stochastic analysis and finance; energy, climate and finance
Organized by: Robert Dalang (EPFL), Marco Dozzi (Nancy Université), Francesco Russo (Université Paris 13)

Title: Premier colloque franco-maghrébin de Calcul Formel
Date: May 23 - 26, 2008
Site: Iles de Kerkennah, Sfax, Tunisie

Topic: Calcul Formel
Organized by: Faculté des Sciences de Sfax
Programme Committee: A. Galligo (Nice), H. Lombardi (Besançon), I. Yengui (Sfax), M. El Kahoui (Marrakech), M.-F. Roy (Rennes)
Contact: Ihsen Yengui
Address: Département de mathématiques, Faculté des Sciences de Sfax, 3018 Sfax, Tunisia
Phone/Fax: (216)74274437

Title: The Fourth International Conference "Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation"
Date: May 26 - 30, 2008
Site: Turkey

Topic: Inverse Problems in: Analysis Mathematical Physics Biology and Bio-Medical Sciences Electromagnetics, Mechanics Economics, Acoustics, Meteorology Imaging Techniques Level Set Methods Material Diagnostic Problems Statistical and Probabilistic Methods Design and Shape Optimization Inverse Scattering and Time Reversal Computational Methods Identifiability Concepts Regularization Techniques
Organized by: nternational journals ~SInverse Problems~T, ~SInverse and Ill-Posed Problems~T and ~SInverse Problems in Science and Engineering~T. The Conference is also sponsored by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK), the International Association formed by the European Community, for the Promotion of Co-operation with Scientists from the New Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (INTAS)
Programme Committee: Banks H.T., Center for Research in Scientific Computation, N.C.State University, Raleigh, Hasanov (Hasanoglu) A.Department of Mathematics, Kocaeli University, Kocaeli, Turkey, Kabanikhin S.I.Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia, Kazakh-British Technical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, Kappel F.Institute of Mathematics, University of Graz, Graz, Austria,
Address: Oludeniz - Fethiye, on the Mediterranean Sea, in Turkey. T
Phone/Fax: 90 262 303 21 02
Remarks: Proposal of Mini-Symposia: October 31, 2007 Abstracts : December 31, 2007 The Abstract Book of the Conference, consisting of the all lectures (maximum four LaTex pages), will be published before the conference. All participants will obtain copies during the Conference. Abstracts should be sended to both of the following email address:,

Title: Discrete Groups and Geometric Structures, with Applications III
Date: May 26 - 30, 2008
Site: K.U.Leuven Campus Kortrijk, Belgium

Topic: Topics of interest to the conference include e.g. geometric group theory, discrete subgroups of Lie groups, crystallographic groups and their generalisations, group actions on manifolds and their invariants, mapping class groups and their properties, isometric actions of groups, applications of any of these topics, ... Interdisciplinary interest in any of these topics.
Organized by: Paul Igodt, Karel Dekimpe, Nansen Petrosyan, Yves Felix, Alain Valette
Programme Committee: Yves Felix, William Goldman, Fritz Grunewald, Paul Igodt, Alain Valette
Contact: Paul Igodt
Address: K.U.Leuven Campus Kortrijk, E. Sabbelaan 53, 8500 Kortrijk (Belgium)
Phone/Fax: +3256246137

Title: Congrès à la mémoire d'Adrien Douady
Date: May 26 - 30, 2008
Site: Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris

Topic: This conference is dedicated to those fields most strongly marked by Adrien's work: complex analytic geometry and holomorphic dynamics. Many of the talks will focus on Adrien's influence on these subjects as well as some of the more recent results.
Organized by: Xavier Buff, Raphaël Douady, John H. Hubbard, Tan Lei, Jean-Christophe Yoccoz

Title: Journées Numération
Date: May 26 - 30, 2008
Site: Prague, Czech Republic

Topic: Non-standard numeration systems, ergodic theory, number theory and combinatorics.
Organized by: Doppler Institute, Czech Technical University
Contact: Edita Pelantova
Address: Department of Mathematics, FNSPE, Czech Technical Univeristy, Prague
Phone/Fax: +420224358544

Title: Stochastic Phenomena
Date: May 26 - 31, 2008
Site: Cluj Napoca, Romania

Topic: The Second Transylvanian Summer School and Workshop proposes to offer a discussion and meeting platform for researcher from various fields of sciences interested in the complex interdisciplinary field of stochastic phenomena. We are expecting scientist and students from the fields of mathematics, physics, informatics, biology, chemistry, electric engineering, sociology, geography and economics, working in problems that would fit the general theme of the conference. The tutorial lectures will overview and introduce several new aspects of the field. Participants are requested to give a short (15 minute) presentation about their research problem for an audience with varied background. Discussions, round-tables and an interdisciplinary atmosphere will be encouraged by the organizers. The school is limited to 50 participants and a selection procedure will decide the acceptance. Continuing the tradition of the previous school we expect that half of the participan! ts to be students. The school will be held in the biggest cultural centre of Transylvania Cluj-Napoca (Kolozsvár, Klausenburg). The conference will be hosted by the Babeş-Bolyai University.
Organized by: Babeş-Bolyai University, The Hungarian University Federation of Cluj (KMEI) and EMTE-Sapientia University.
Address: 400084 Cluj Napoca, Romania, Kogalniceanu str.1

Title: Analysis and Topology, Lviv -2008
Date: May 26 - June 07, 2008
Site: Lviv, Ukraine

Topic: The conference consists of two relatively independent parts. The first one (May, 26-31) is devoted to Complex Analysis, the second (June, 2-7) to Topology and Topological Algebra.
Organized by: Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
Programme Committee: M.Zarichnyi, O.Skaskiv, T.Banakh, D.Repovs, R.Cauty
Contact: I.Chyzykov, T.Banakh
Address: Department of Mathematics, Lviv National University, Lviv, 79000, Ukraine
Remarks: Deadline for registration and submission of abstract: 2 May 2007.

Title: Days on Algebraic Geometry and Related Topics IX
Date: May 27 - 31, 2008
Site: Levico Terme, Trento, (Italy)

Topic: This meeting, traditionally organized every two years, has the main aim to offer to young Italian researchers in Algebraic Geometry and Related Topics the opportunity of giving a talk on their research in a relaxed atmosphere.
Organized by: CIRM (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica), Trento
Programme Committee: Edoardo Ballico (Trento), Angelo Felice Lopez (Roma Tre), Gianluca Occhetta (Trento)
Contact: Augusto Micheletti
Address: Secretary of CIRM, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 14, 38050 Povo (Trento), Italy
Phone/Fax: +39-0461-881628 / +39-0461-810629
Remarks: Deadline: April 30, 2008.

Title: 5th Linear Algebra Workshop
Date: May 27 - June 05, 2008
Site: Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Topic: The main theme of the workshop will be the interplay between operator theory and algebra. The workshop will follow our usual format. A few hours of talks will be scheduled for the morning sessions, while afternoons will be reserved for work in smaller groups. In addition there will be two special sections (»Real Algebra and its interactions with Functional Analysis« and »Linear Algebra and Discrete Mathematics«). Saturday morning will be dedicated to honor Professor Ivan Vidav in celebration of his 90th birthday.
Organized by: Institute of Mathematics, Physics and Mechanics, Ljubljana
Programme Committee: L. Grunenfelder, I. Klep, T. Kosir, M. Omladic, H. Radjavi, P. Rosenthal, L. Rodman, P. Semrl
Contact: Damjana Kokol Bukovsek
Address: Jadranska 19, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone/Fax: +386-1-251-72-81
Remarks: Those interested in attending should register by January 15, 2008.

Title: Brownian motion and random walks in mathematics and in physics
Date: May 29 - 31, 2008
Site: Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée (Université Louis Pasteur), Strasbourg, France

Topic: Brownian motion and random walks in mathematics and in physics. The list of confirmed speakers is : Michel Bauer (CEA Paris), Alain Comtet (Paris VI), Fabrice Debbasch (Paris VI) Frank Den Hollander (Leiden), Bertrand Duplantier (CEA Saclay), Anna Erschler (Orsay), Vadim Kaimanovich (Bremen), Thierry Lévy (ENS Paris), Klaus Schmidt (Erwin Schroedinger Institut Wien), Yvan Velenik (Geneva), Anatoly Vershik (St Petersbourg), Wendelin Werner (Univ. Paris Sud, Orsay)
Organized by: Jacques Franchi and Athanase Papadopoulos
Contact: Jacques Franchi or Athanase Papadopoulos
Address: RMA, 7 rue René-Descartes, 67084 Strasbourg (France)
Phone/Fax: Tel : 33 (0)3 90 24 01 29 - fax : 33 (0)3 90 24 03 28

Title: International Conference on Random Matrices ~Q~RICRAM~R~R
Date: June 02 - 06, 2008
Site: Sousse, Tunisia

Topic: RANDOM MATRICES and Graphical Models Free Probability The study of their eigenvalues Operator Algebra Theory Number Theory Physics Statistical applications
Organized by: Tunisian Statistical Society
Programme Committee: Abdelhamid Hassairi (Sfax University Tunisia), Helene Massam (York University,Toronto,Canada) , Sallouha Lajmi (Engineering school Sfax), Nizar Demni (Université Paris VI) , Raoudha Zine (Faculty of Sciences Sfax), Imen Boutouria (Faculty of Sciences Sfax), Mahdi Louati (Faculty of Sciences, Gabes)
Contact: Abdelhamid Hassairi
Address: Sfax University, Faculty of Sciences B.P 802, SFAX TUNISIA
Phone/Fax: (216) 98667564, (216) 274 437
Remarks: see

Title: Tenth International Conference on Geometry, Integrability and Quantization
Date: June 06 - 11, 2008
Site: Sts. Constantine and Elena resort in the vicinity of Varna (Bulgaria).

Topic: This conference can be considered a continuation of previous meetings on Geometry and Mathematical Physics which took place in Bulgaria - Zlatograd (1995) and Varna (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007). o "Geometry" in the title refers to modern differential geometry of real and complex manifolds with some emphasis on curves, sigma models and minimal surface theory, o "Integrability" to either the integrability of complex structures or classical dynamical systems of particles, soliton dynamics and hydrodynamical flows presented in geometrical form, and o "Quantization" to the transition from classical to quantum mechanics expressed in geometrical terms. The overall aim is to bring together experts in Classical and Modern Differential Geometry, Complex Analysis, Mathematical Physics and related fields to assess recent developments in these areas and to stimulate research in related topics.
Organized by: Ivaïlo M. Mladenov (Sofia), Gaetano Vilasi (Salerno) and Akira Yoshioka (Tokyo)
Programme Committee: A. Arvantiyeorgos (Patras), P. Nikolov (Sofia), U. Hertrich-Jeromin (Bath), S. Montiel (Granada) , I. Vaisman (Haifa), F. Calogero (Roma), V. Gerdjikov (Sofia), M. Gürses (Ankara), G. Naber (Philadelphia) and A. Odzijewicz (Bialystok)
Contact: Ivaïlo M. Mladenov --, Gaetano Vilasi -- and # Akira Yoshioka --
Address: International Conference on Geometry, Integrability and Quantization, Institute of Biophysics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str., Bl. 21, 1113 Sofia, BULGARIA.
Phone/Fax: Tel: ++ 3592--979 26 37, Fax: ++ 3592--971 24 93
Remarks: A limited number of fellowships will be available for young researchers from Romania, Russia and other former Soviet Republics. In order to apply, please send a CV and copies of the papers (not files!) related to the Conference topic, as early as possible to the conference address in Sofia.

Title: 34th International Conference "Applications of Mathematics in Engineering and Economics"
Date: June 08 - 14, 2008
Site: resort of Sozopol, Bulgaria

Topic: The main goal of this series of conferences is to bring together experts and young talented scientists from Bulgaria and abroad to discuss the modern trends and to ensure exchange of views in various applications of mathematics in engineering, physics, economics, biology, etc. Keeping the main topics of the previous AMEE conferences and the big success of AMEE'07 the next issue of the Conference will be subject to the motto "Nonlinear phenomena - mathematical theory and environmental reality". The peer-reviewed proceedings of AMEE'07 were published in American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings, vol.946.
Organized by: Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics by the Technical University of Sofia
Programme Committee: Christo I.Christov (USA) (chairman), Igor Ananievski (Russia), Boyan Dimitrov (USA), Arsen Dzhanoev (Spain), Maya Flikop (USA) (AIP representative), Hristo Kojouharov (USA), Raytcho Lazarov (USA), Alexander Loskutov (Russia), Peter Minev (Canada), Marcin Paprzycki (Poland), Michail Todorov (Bulgaria)
Contact: Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics by the Technical University of Sofia
Address: 8, Kliment Ohridski Blvd., 1000 Sofia, Bugaria
Phone/Fax: +35929652358
Remarks: March 31, 2008, Research and Development Sector by the Technical University of Sofia

Title: Conference on Algebraic and Geometric Topology
Date: June 09 - 13, 2008
Site: Gdansk, Poland

Topic: The goal of the conference is to emphasize the interactions of different branches of mathematics including geometry, topology, and group theory. We would like to bring together researchers working in these branches of mathematics and cover topics such as crystallographic groups and their generalizations, geometric group theory, hyperbolic geometry, knot theory and three manifolds, as well as topology of manifolds and transformation groups. The conference will begin with The Tenth Andrzej Jankowski Memorial Lecture.
Organized by: Institute of Mathematics, Gdansk University
Programme Committee: K. Pawa³owski (UAM, Poznañ, Poland), J. Przytycki (George Washington University, USA) ,W. Rosicki (UG, Gdañsk, Poland) ,A. Szczepañski (UG, Gdañsk, Poland) (Chair) , A. Zastrow (UG, Gdañsk, Poland)
Address: Institute of Mathematics, University of Gdañsk, ul.Wita Stwosza 57, 80-952 Gdañsk , Poland
Phone/Fax: (+48)58-3414914
Remarks: Deadline for registration: 9 April 2008

Title: Educational Week on Noncommutative Integration
Date: June 09 - 13, 2008
Site: Leiden, Netherlands

Topic: During this week the main lecturers Fyodor Sukochev (Flinders University, Adelaide) and Ben de Pagter (TU Delft) will cover several aspects of noncommutative integration associated with von Neumann algebras, as well as some applications of this theory. The intended audience consists of advanced master students, PhD-students, postdocs and other people interested in this field.
Organized by: Marcel de Jeu, Erik Koelink, and Ben de Pagter
Contact: Marcel de Jeu
Phone/Fax: +31 71 527 7118 / 7101
Remarks: Participation is free. We are trying to obtain funds for limited travel support for participants from outside the Netherlands.

Title: II International Summer School on Geometry, Mechanics, and Control
Date: June 09 - 14, 2008
Site: La Palma (Canary Islands), Spain

Topic: Geometric reduction in Mechanics and its applications. Stochastic Mechanics
Programme Committee: Juan Carlos Marrero, (Universidad de La Laguna), Manuel de León (CSIC, Madrid), Juan Pablo Ortega (Université de Franche-Comté, CNRS)
Remarks: Registration deadline: May 1, 2008. Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships for PhD and advanced undergraduate students will be provided by the organisers in order to partially cover for travel and/or lodging expenses. If you want to apply for a scholarship, please send here your CV (and grades certificate in case you are an undergraduate student) by April 15, 2008.

Date: June 09 - 14, 2008
Site: Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada

Topic: The meeting lies within the framework a series of colloquia of non commutative algebra, in which take part mathematicians from France, South America and Québec. These colloquia are being held approximately twice a year in France, Argentina or Uruguay. For the first time, one of these conferences takes place at the universities of Sherbrooke and Bishop~Rs. The aim of these meetings is to bring together a varied group of experts whose interaction shows the relation between different points of view in the study of problems of non commutative algebra, which all use homological algebra as an essential tool.
Organized by: Ibrahim Assem, Thomas Brüstle, Claude Cibils, Maria Julia Redondo, Andrea Solotar
Programme Committee: Ibrahim Assem, Thomas Brüstle, Claude Cibils, Maria Julia Redondo, Andrea Solotar
Contact: Ibrahim Assem, Thomas Brüstle
Address: Université de Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada
Phone/Fax: 819-821-8000 ext. 62857

Title: Advances in Set-Theoretic Topology: Conference in Honour of Tsugunori Nogura on his 60th Birthday
Date: June 09 - 19, 2008
Site: Erice, Sicily, Italy

Topic: Convergence properties and convergence structures; Dimension theory and related fields; General topology and its applications in other areas of mathematics; Hyperspaces, set-valued mapping and their selections; Set theoretic methods in mathematics; Set theory; Topological algebra (topological groups, functions spaces, etc...).
Organized by: Szymon Dolecki, Yasunao Hattori, Dmitri Shakhmatov, Gino Tironi

Title: GTEM/TUBITAK Summer School: Geometry and Arithmetic of Moduli Spaces of Coverings
Date: June 09 - 20, 2008
Site: Istanbul, Turkey

Topic: This is a reserach-oriented advanced summer school on Hurwitz stacks,groups actions on stacks, algebraic fundamental groups of schemes and stacks, Galois action on the Teichmüller tower, Profinite Teichmüller theory, rational points on Hurwitz spaces, and Modular Towers. A solid knowledge of basic algebraic geometry and topological fundamental groups is necessary for participation. A knowledge of moduli spaces of Riemann surfaces, mapping class groups, profinite groups will be helpful, but not necessary. On the other hand, lecturers will be asked to make an effort to make their expositions clear and understandable, and indicate research directions
Organized by: O.Kisisel, M.Romagny, M.Tosun, M.Uludag, S.Unver
Programme Committee: J. Bertin, P.Debes, P.Lochak, S.Wewers
Remarks: Deadline: April 18, 2008

Title: 15th Conference of the International Linear Algebra Society
Date: June 15 - 20, 2008
Site: Cancun, Mexico

Topic: The conference deals with all themes related to Linear Algebra; theory, applications, numerical aspects, and education. The program includes plenary talks, mini-symposia, and contributed talks.
Organized by: International Linear Algebra Society
Contact: Luis Verde-Star
Address: Department of Mathematics, UAM-Iztapalapa, Apartado 55-534, Mexico DF 09340, Mexico
Phone/Fax: +52 55 58044961 / +52 55 5804 4660

Title: ESF-MSHE-PAN Conference on Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics
Date: June 15 - 22, 2008
Site: Mathematical Research and Conference Center, Będlewo, Poland

Topic: The scope of this conference is rather vast and covers such fields as: random and quasi-periodic diferential operators, orthogonal polynomials, Jacobi and CMV matrices, and quantum graphs. In particular spectral properties of operators from various domains of mathematical physics will be discussed.
Organized by: European Science Foundation (ESF) in partnership with the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland (MSHE) and the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)
Contact: Anne Blondeel-Oman
Phone/Fax: +32 (0)2 533 2024
Remarks: Deadline for Applications: 30 March 2008

Title: CIMPA-School Nonlinear analysis and Geometric PDE
Date: June 15 - 26, 2008
Site: Tsaghkadzor, Armenia

Topic: Luis A. Caffarelli (The University of Texas at Austin, USA): The porous media equation and geometric methods in non linear PDE
Henri Berestycki (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France): Reaction-diffusion equations and propagation phenomena
Yann Brenier (Université de Nice-Sophia-Antipolis, France):Variational methods for conservative evolution equations
Stefan Luckhaus (Universität Leipzig, Germany): Minimal surfaces, free boundary problems and geometric measure theory
Nina Uraltseva (St.Petersburg State University, Russia): Regularity of free boundaries in Obstacle-type problems
Organized by: CIMPA, Inst. of Math. (Armenian Nat. Acad. of Sciences), IMPRS-MIS (Leipzig, Germany), Yerevan State University
Programme Committee: Norair Arakelian (NAS of Armenia), Stefan Luckhaus (Universitat Leipzig), Hayk Mikayelyan (MPI Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig), Henrik Shahgholian (KTH, Stockholm), Nina N. Uraltseva (University of St. Petersburg)
Contact: Hayk Mikayelyan
Address: IMPRS, Max-Planck-Institut fuer Mathematik in den Naturwissenschaften, Inselstr. 22, 04104 Leipzig, Germany
Phone/Fax: +49 341 9959845
Remarks: Deadline 31 March 2008

Title: Conference on vector bundles in honour of S. Ramanan (on the occasion of this 70th birthday)
Date: June 16 - 20, 2008
Site: Miraflores de la Sierra (Madrid), Spain

Topic: This conference is devoted to the broad area of research interests of Professor S. Ramanan (Chennai Mathematical Institute, India) in celebration of his 70th birthday.
Organized by: Joint activity of the Spanish Semester on Moduli Spaces (January-June 2008) and the international research group Vector Bundles on Algebraic Curves (VBAC).
Programme Committee: Luis Álvarez-Cónsul (CSIC, Madrid), Indranil Biswas (TIFR, Mumbai), Steven Bradlow (UIUC, Urbana), Oscar García-Prada (CSIC, Madrid, chair), Tomás L. Gómez (CSIC, Madrid), Peter Newstead (Univ. Liverpool)
Contact: Oscar García-Prada
Phone/Fax: +34 915616800 ext 2224
Remarks: Registration deadline: 29th February, 2008. One can apply online at the Conference web page. Financial support may be provided by the USA National Science Foundation. This is restricted to participants with current USA affiliation. One can apply online at the Conference web page.

Title: The 11th Rhine Workshop on Computer Algebra
Date: June 16 - 20, 2008
Site: Levico Terme, Trento (Italy)

Topic: Topics: Algorithms to solve algebraic and geometric problems, their complexity, and implementation in computer algebra systems. Main speakers: Laurent Bartholdi (Lausanne), Alexander Elashvili (Tbilisi), Herwig Hauser (Wien), Gabor Ivanyos (Budapest), Martin Kreuzer (Passau), Lajos Ronyai (Budapest), Csaba Schneider (Budapest).
Organized by: CIRM, (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica), Trento
Programme Committee: Andrea Caranti (Trento), Jan Draisma (Eindhoven), Bettina Eick (Braunschweig), Willem de Graaf (Trento), Josef Schicho (Linz), Thorsten Theobald (Frankfurt)
Contact: Augusto Micheletti
Address: Secretary of CIRM, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 14, 38050 Povo (Trento), Italy
Phone/Fax: +39-0461-881628 / +39-0461-810629
Remarks: Participation: Everyone is cordially invited to offer a presentation by sending a full paper, or an extended abstract to Willem de Graaf, (Preferably before May 1st 2008 .) Before the meeting the papers and abstracts will appear in an informal proceedings, produced locally. Submissions are not formally refereed and can thus also be submitted elsewhere. Deadline: May 15, 2008

Title: International Scientific Conference "DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, THEORY OF FUNCTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS" dedicated to 70th birthday of academician of NAS of Ukraine A.M.SAMOILENKO
Date: June 16 - 21, 2008
Site: Tavriyskiy State Agrotechnological University, Melitopol, Ukraine

Topic: Qualitative and asymptotic methods in the theory of ordinary differential equations; Theory of functions of real and complex variable; Differential-functional, impulsive and stochastic equations; Approximation theory; Partial differential equations; Applied problems of theory.
Organized by: Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Tavriyskiy State Agrotechnological University
Programme Committee: Co-chairmans of Organizing Committee: Samoilenko A.M. (Ukraine), Kyurchev V.M. (Ukraine). Organizing Committee: Boychuk O.A. (Ukraine), Yevtukhov V.M. (Ukraine), Ignatyev O.O. (Ukraine), Ilolov M. (Tajikistan), Karandzhulov L.I. (Bulgaria), Kenzhebayev K.K. (Kazakhstan), Kravets V.I. (Ukraine), Lukovskiy I.O. (Ukraine), Makarov V.L. (Ukraine), Mahmudov N.I. (Turkey), Nadikto V.T. (Ukraine), Perestyuk M.O. (Ukraine), Petrishin R.I. (Ukraine), Romanyuk A.S. (Ukraine), Ronto M. (Hungary), Stanzhytskyi O.M. (Ukraine), Teplinskiy Yu.V. (Ukraine), Shevchuk I.O. (Ukraine).
Contact: Institute of Mathematics of NAS of Ukraine
Address: Tereshchenkivska Str., 3, Kyiv, 01004, Ukraine
Phone/Fax: (38044)2346526
Remarks: The deadline to submit an abstract is April 30, 2008.

Title: STRUCTURAL DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS: Computational Aspects
Date: June 17 - 20, 2008
Site: Capitolo-Monopoli Bari, Italy

Topic: numerical methods for ODEs; - non-smooth dynamical systems; - dynamical systems with variable structure; - smooth decomposition of matrices; - Krylov methods for matrix functions in ODEs; - numerical methods for ODEs on manifolds.
Organized by: University of Bari, Politecnico- Bari, University of Florence
Programme Committee: Luciano Lopez (Dept. of Maths, University of Bari),Tiziano Politi (Dept. of Maths, Politecnico of Bari), Maria Grazia Gasparo (Dept. of Energetic "Sergio Stecco", University of Florence), Nicoletta Del Buono (Dept. of Maths, University of Bari), Cinzia Elia (Dept. of Maths, University of Bari)
Contact: SDS08 Workshop, Prof Luciano Lopez
Address: Dipartimento di Matematica, Università degli Studi di Bari, via Orabona 4, 70125, Bari Italy
Phone/Fax: +39 0805442678
Remarks: Abstract submission: (April 30 2008) Registration: (April 30 2008) Hotel Reservation: (April 30 2008)

Title: International conference "Differential Equations and Topology" dedicated to the Centennial Anniversary of Lev Semenovich Pontryagin
Date: June 17 - 22, 2008
Site: Moscow, Russia

Topic: The goal of the conference is to give a detailed overview of recent achievements in the fields of mathematics related to the works of L.S. Pontryagin. Sections: Differential Equations (Chairman: Academician Dmitrii V. Anosov), Optimal Control and Differential Games (Chairman: Academician Arkady V. Kryazhimskiy), Topology (Chairman: Academician Sergey P. Novikov)
Organized by: Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences together with Moscow (Lomonosov) State University
Programme Committee: Dmitrii V. Anosov (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), Valerii V. Kozlov (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), A.A. Agrachev (SISSA-ISAS, Italy/ Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), V.I. Arnold (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), R.S. Baheti (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA), A.V. Balakrishnan (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA), V.M. Buchstaber (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), F.H. Clarke (University of Lyon, France), A.A. Davydov (Vladimir State University, Russia), F. Hirzebruch (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, Germany), R.V. Gamkrelidze (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), P. Gruber (Vienna University of Technology, Austria), V.A. Il~Rin (Moscow State University, Russia), A. Isidori (University of Rome ~SLa Sapienza~T, Italy), G.L. Kharatishvili (Institute of Cybernetics, Tbilisi, Georgia), Yu. N. Kiselev (Executive Secretary; Moscow State University, Russia), F.M. Kirillova (Institute of Mathematics! , Minsk, Belarus), N.N. Krasovskii (Vice-Chairman, Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Yekaterinburg, Russia), A.V. Kryazhimskiy (IIASA, Austria/ Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), A.B. Kurzhanskii (Moscow State University, Russia), Yu.S. Ledyaev (Western Michigan University, USA / Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), G. Leitmann (University of California, Berkeley, USA), G.I. Marchuk (Institute of Computational Mathematics, Moscow, Russia), E.F. Mishchenko (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Vice-Chairmen), Yu.A. Mitropolskii (Institute of Mathematics, Kiev, Ukraine), E.I. Moiseev (Moscow State University, Russia), S.M. Nikolskii (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), S.P. Novikov (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), Cz. Olech (Institute of Mathematics, Warsaw, Poland), J. Palis (Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), A.N. Parshin (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), M.M. Peixot (Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), A.M. Samoilenko (Institute of Mathematics, Kiev, Ukraine), V.M. Tikhomirov (Moscow State University, Russia), E.L. Tonkov (Izhevsk State Technical University, Russia), L.P. Shilnikov (University of Nizhnii Novgorod, Russia), V.A. Vasiliev (Steklov Institute, Moscow, Russia), A.B. Vasilieva (Moscow State University, Russia)
Contact: Executive Secretary of the Organizing Committee Dr. Eugenii Khailov
Address: Organizing Committee of the conference ~SDifferential Equations and Topology~T, 2-nd educational building, VMK Faculty MSU, Leninskie Gory, Moscow 119992, Russia
Phone/Fax: +7(495) 932-8852/ +7(495) 932-8852
Remarks: Deadline for Registration and Abstracts submission: January 15, 2008

Title: CR Geometry and PDE's - III
Date: June 22 - 27, 2008
Site: Levico Terme, Trento, (Italy)

Topic: CR Geometry and Partial Differential Equations present a field of interaction with a wide range of mathematical areas such as Real and Complex Symplectic Geometry, Differential Geometry, Complex Dynamics, Jet Theory, Microlocal Analysis. The aim of the conference is to bring together both active senior researchers and young mathematicians with interest in CR Geometry and Partial Differential Equations and to foster exchange of ideas and interaction between these fields. Confirmed Participants: M. Agranovsky (Ramat Gan), L. Baracco (Padova), V. Beloshapka (Moscow), S. Berhanu (Philadelphia), F. Berteloot (Toulouse), L. Boutet de Monvel (Paris VI), A. Bove (Bologna), F. Bracci (Roma II), F. Colombini (Pisa), P. Cordaro (Sao Paulo), J. D’Angelo (Urbana-Champaign), D. Del Santo (Trieste), P. Dolbeault (Paris), P.F. Ebenfelt (San Diego), G. Fels (Darmstadt), F. Forstneric (Ljubljana), L. Geatti (Roma II), J. Globevnik (Ljubljana), C.-K. Han (Seoul), N. Hanges (New York), C.D. Hill (Stony Brook), J. Hounie (Sao Carlos), A. Isaev (Canberra), S. Ivashkovich (Lille), K.-T. Kim (Pohang), S.-Y. Kim (Seoul), H.-M. Maire (Geneve), M. Nacinovich (Roma II), A. Parmeggiani (Bologna), M. Peloso (Torino), J.P. Rosay (Madison), G. Schmalz (Armidale), N. Shcherbina (Wuppertal), A. Spiro (Camerino), L. Stolovitch (Toulouse), D. Tartakoff (Chicago), G. Tomassini (Pisa), S.M. Webster (Chicago).
Organized by: CIRM, (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica), Trento
Programme Committee: Dmitri Zaitsev (Dublin), Giuseppe Zampieri (Padova)
Contact: Augusto Micheletti
Address: Secretary of CIRM, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 14, 38050 Povo (Trento), Italy
Phone/Fax: +39-0461-881628 / Fax +39-0461-810629
Remarks: Deadline for registration: May 15, 2008.

Title: Combinatorics 2008
Date: June 22 - 28, 2008
Site: Costermano (VR), Italy

Topic: Combinatorics 2008 is part of a series of international conferences organised since 1982 once every two years by the Italian PRIN "Strutture geometriche, combinatoria e loro applicazioni". The main theme of this conference is combinatorics, its links with geometry, algebra and graph theory and its applications to coding theory, cryptography and statistics.
Organized by: A. Benini, L. Giuzzi, S. Pellegrini, S. Pianta, E. Zizioli
Programme Committee: A. Bonisoli, D. Ghinelli, M. Gionfriddo, G. Korchmàros, G. Lunardon, M. Marchi, S. Pellegrini

Title: First Iberoamerican Meeting on Geometry, Mechanics, and Control
Date: June 23 - 27, 2008
Site: Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Topic: Geometric Mechanics and Control Theory
Organized by: This activity is a part of the Intensive Research Program "Geometric Mechanics and Control Theory" which will be held in 2008 in Spain.
Remarks: Deadlines: Payment of the registration fee is May 15 2008. Application for financial support for young researchers: April 20th, 2008

Title: Homotopical Group Theory and Topological Algebraic Geometry
Date: June 23 - 27, 2008
Site: Max Planck Institute for Mathematics Bonn (Germany)

Topic: The conference focuses on the new interactions of Algebraic Topology with Group Theory, Algebraic Geometry and Mathematical Physics which come from looking at these fields through the eye of a homotopy theorist. It celebrates one of the contributors to the subject by honoring the 60th birthday of Haynes Miller (MIT).
Programme Committee: M. Ando (UIUC), J. Grodal (Copenhagen), G. Laures (Bochum), B. Shipley (UIC)
Contact: Julia Loewenstein
Address: P.O.Box: 7280, 53072 Bonn, Germany
Phone/Fax: +49 228 402273
Remarks: Registration is required. One week before the conference there will be a workshop at the University of Copenhagen with lecture series by Bill Dwyer (Notre Dame) and by Paul Goerss (Northwestern).

Title: Conference on Differential and Difference Equations and Applications 2008 (CDDEA 2008)
Date: June 23 - 27, 2008
Site: Strečno (close to ~Nilina), Slovak Republic

Topic: Conference on Differential and Difference Equations and Applications 2008 is organized on the occasion of the 10-th anniversary of the establishing of Faculty of Science of University of ~Nilina. The following sections are planned: ~UOrdinary Differential Equations ~UFunctional Differential Equations ~UDifference Equations and Dynamic Equations on Time Scales ~UPartial Differential Equations ~UNumerical Methods in Differential and Difference Equations
Organized by: Faculty of Science, University of ~Nilina: B. Baèová, J. Diblík, B. Dorociaková, M. Kúdelèíková (secretary), M. Rù~^ièková (chairman), M. Záborský.
Programme Committee: A. Boichuk, E. Braverman, V. Covachev, J. Diblík, A. Domoshnitsky, Z. Do~Zlá, O. Do~Zlý, J. D~^urina, J. Graef, I. Györi, J. Jaro~Z, D. Khusainov, W. Kratz, T. Krisztin, E. Liz, J. Mawhin, M. Medveï, N. Partsvania, I. Rachùnková, V. Rasvan, Yu. Rogovchenko, M. Ronto, M. Rù~^ièková, F. Sadyrbaev, ~J. Schwabik, S. Stanìk, I. P. Stavroulakis, M. Tvrdý, J. Werbowski.
Contact: M. Kúdelèíková (CDDEA 2008), Department of Mathematical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of ~Nilina
Address: Hurbanova 15, 010 26 ~Nilina, Slovak Republic,

Title: Workshop on Geometric Analysis, Elasticity, and PDEs, on the 60th Birthday of John Ball
Date: June 23 - 27, 2008
Site: Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

Topic: The workshop will concentrate on modern aspects of PDE using analytical and geometric methods, including recent developments in the Calculus of variations, systems of conservation laws, and transport equations. A number of applications will be considered, such as continuum mechanics, especially nonlinear elasticity, the structure of materials, and biomaterials. The speakers at the workshop are of the highest international calibre, ranging from two Fields Medalists to outstanding young researchers.
Organized by: Maxwell Institute Centre for Analysis and Nonlinear PDEs and International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS)
Programme Committee: Jerry Bona, Co-Chair (Illinois), Jack Carr (Heriot-Watt), Dick James (Minnesota), Jerry Marsden, Co-Chair (CalTech), Stefan Müller (MPI, Leipzig), François Murat (Paris VI), Marshall Slemrod (Wisconsin)
Contact: Morag Burton, ICMS
Address: ICMS, 14 India Street, Edinburgh, EH3 6EZ
Phone/Fax: 0131 220 1777/1053
Remarks: Supported by EPSRC through the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences, the University of Oxford and the London Mathematical Society.

Title: Phenomena in High Dimensions, 4th Annual Conference
Date: June 23 - 27, 2008
Site: Seville, Spain

Topic: The goal of this conference is to present and discuss recent research and results in Asymptotic Geometric Analysis, Convex Geometry, Asymptotic Combinatorics, Isoperimetric Principles in Geometry and Probability, and related areas with particular emphasis on High-dimensional Phenomena.
Organized by: European Network Phenomena in High Dimensions
Programme Committee: Shiri Arstein, Imre Barany, Frank Barthe, Jesús Bastero, Apostolos Giannopoulos, Leonid Pastour
Phone/Fax: ++34 954 557 979

Title: Current Geometry, the IX Edition of the International Conference on problems and trends of contemporary geometry.
Date: June 24 - 26, 2008
Site: Hotel Oriente, Via Luigi Serio 10, 80069 Vico Equense (Naples), Italy.

Topic: The power of synthesis of Geometry, which led in the past to the formulation of "grand unification theories", has got an essential role nowadays, especially because of the growing fragmentation of knowledge due to scientific progress. In order to avoid too a big dispersion, geometers need a constant dialogue. Therefore, a stable experience of personal meetings, apart from telematic interchanges, cannot be renounced. Current Geometry was born to allow a periodic update about actual progresses in Geometry (and its applications) on the international scene.
Organized by: G. Marmo (Naples, Italy), A. Shelekhov (Tver’, Russia), A. Vinogradov (Salerno, Italy).

Title: VII Iberoamerican Conference on Topology and its Applications
Date: June 25 - 28, 2008
Site: Valencia (Spain)

Topic: Set-Theoretical Topology, General Topology and Function Spaces, Topological Algebra and Topological Dynamics, Asymmetric Topology and Applied Topology, Topology for Functional Analysis
Organized by: Instituto Universitario de Matematica Pura y Aplicada, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
Programme Committee: Salvador Garcia-Ferreira, Salvador Romaguera, Manuel Sanchis, Mikhail Tkachenko
Contact: Jesus Rodriguez-Lopez
Address: ETSI Caminos, Depto. Matematica Aplicada, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, 46022 Valencia, SPAIN
Phone/Fax: 00 34 96 387 76 69

Title: 3rd Small Workshop on Operator Theory
Date: June 28 - July 01, 2008
Site: Krakow, Poland

Topic: Operator Theory, Functional Analysis.
Organized by: Agricultural University in Krakow and University of Lille 1
Programme Committee: Ernst Albrecht (Saarbrücken), Petru Cojuhari (Krakow), John Conway (Knoxville), Jan Janas (Krakow), Laszlo Kerchy (Szeged), Kjeld Bagger Laursen (Kopenhaga), Martin Mathieu (Belfasrt), Mustafa Mbekhta (Lille), Vladimir Muller (Praga), Marek Ptak (Krakow), Jan Stochel (Krakow), Franciszek Szafraniec (Krakow), Florian Horia Vasilescu (Lille), Jaroslav
Contact: Marek Ptak
Address: Agricultural University, Al. Mickiewicza 24, 31-120 Krakow, Poland, (ZZM room 101a)
Phone/Fax: +48 12 662 4021/+48 12 633 1170

Title: Analysis, PDEs and Applications. On the occasion of the 70th birthday of V. Maz'ya
Date: June 30 - July 03, 2008
Site: Roma, Italy

Topic: Linear and non-linear PDEs, Asymptotic and numerical methods for PDEs including homgenization and boundary elements, Spectral theory, Harmonic Analysis, Approximation theory, Wavelets, Elasticity Theory, Function Spaces, Ill-posed problems, Non-linear potential theory, Fluid Mechanics, History of Mathematics.
Organized by: INDAM, ISAAC
Programme Committee: H. Begehr (Free University, Berlin), A. Cialdea (Basilicata), A. Cianchi (Firenze), F. Lanzara (Roma I), P. Natalini (Roma III), P. E. Ricci (Roma I)

Title: Joint ICMI/IASE Study; Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics. Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education
Date: June 30 - July 04, 2008
Site: Monterrey, Mexico

Topic: This study brings the mathematics and statistics education communities to work in collaboration with the aim of analysing the situation of teaching statistics at school level and making recommendations about how to train mathematics teachers to better succeed in educating statistical literate students.
Organized by: Internacional Commission on Mathematical Instruction and International Association for Statistical Education
Programme Committee: Carmen Batanero (Chair)
Contact: Carmen Batanero
Address: Facultad de Educacion, Campus de Cartuja, 18071 Granada, Spain

Title: The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry
Date: June 30 - July 04, 2008
Site: University College, London, UK

Topic: The biennial conference of the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry which will be held in central London in 2008. The plenary talks will cover a wide range of applied mathematical topics and there will be a strong industrial presence particularly from the financial district in the City of London. Highlighted themes of the meeting are: Socio-economic interactions, Medicine, Sport and Leisure, Uncertainty and Risk, Optimisation and Control as well as more traditional industrial sectors. There will be receptions each evening and then there are the theatres and other attractions of central London to enjoy.
Organized by: The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications
Contact: Pamela Bye
Address: Catherine Richards House, 16 Nelson Street, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS1 1EF
Phone/Fax: +44 1702 354020
Remarks: Registration now open

Title: 9th Conference Geometry and Topology of Manifolds
Date: June 30 - July 05, 2008
Site: Kraków, Poland

Topic: Lie groupoids and algebroids and their applications in symplectic and Poisson geometry; Operator theory and C*-algebras; Noncommutative geometry; Rational homotopy and applications; Foliations and applications in particular in riemannian geometry
Organized by: Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science , Jagiellonian University, Kraków; Institute of Mathematics, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Institute of Mathematics of the Technical University of Łódź, Łódź; Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Kraków; Faculty of Applied Mathematics at the AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków
Programme Committee: Y. Felix, J. Grabowski, G. Hector, P. Lecomte, A. Mishchenko, R. Nest, J. Pradines, T. Ratiu, N. Teleman, I. Vaisman
Contact: Robert Wolak
Address: Instytut Matematyki, UJ, Reymonta 4, 30 059 Krakow, Poland

Title: The 2008 International Conference of Applied and Engineering Mathematics
Date: July 02 - 04, 2008
Site: London, UK

Topic: The topics of the ICAEM'07 include, but not limited to, the following: Linear algebra and applications: Matrix theory Tensor analysis Combinatorial linear algebra Numerical linear analysis Computational linear algebra Markov chains Iterative methods Large-scale systems Numerical analysis: Numerical methods for ordinary and partial differential equation Computational programming of numerical algorithms Finite Elements Scientific computing Error analysis Stability problems Convergence analysis Non-linear systems Chaos systems Dynamical systems Simulation Differential equations and applications: Ordinary differential equations Partial differential equations Stochastic differential equations Difference equations Integral equations Variation methods Nonlinear systems Perturbation problems Probabilities and statistics: Probability theory Stochastic process Applied statistics Mathematical statistics Estimation Theory Identification Simulation Operations Research and Optimization: Mathematical programming Stochastic modeling Decision theory Game theory Queueing theory Reliability theory Routing theory Transportation problems Financial mathematics Inventory control Scheduling Optimization theory Linear programming Quadratic programming Convex programming Nonlinear programming Stochastic programming Combinatorial programming Discrete Mathematics and Control: Methods of algorithmic analysis Algorithms Combinatorial problems Graph theory Coding Cryptology Signal processing Real time systems Network optimization Control theory
Organized by: International Association of Engineers (IAENG)
Programme Committee: ICAEM Conference Committee
Contact: IAENG Secretariat
Address: International Association of Engineers, Unit 1, 1/F, 37-39 Hung To Road, Hong Kong
Phone/Fax: 852-27820197
Remarks: Proposals for special conference sessions and tutorials deadline: 30 December, 2007 Draft Paper Submission Deadline: 6 March, 2008 Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline: 31 March, 2008 ICAEM 2008: 2-4 July, 2008

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Title: S3CM: Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics: "Algebraic Coding Theory"
Date: July 02 - 11, 2008
Site: Campus "Duques de Soria", Universidad de Valladolid, Soria, Spain

Topic: The S3CM: Soria Summer School on Computational Mathematics: "Algebraic Coding Theory" is an international school mostly intended for Ph.D. students and Postdocs working on applied algebraic geometry or commutative algebra and coding theory. The meeting will consist of two independent blocks. The first one with one course and the second one with three main courses. Also, there will be afternoon working sessions where interested postgraduate students can show their work in progress.
Organized by: Universidad de Valladolid
Programme Committee: Maria Bras-Amorós, Ignacio Farrán, Fernando Hernando, Edgar Martínez Moro, Carlos Munuera, Diego Ruano, Antonio Campillo, Patrick Fitzpatrick
Contact: Edgar Martínez Moro
Address: Universidad de Valladolid Campus "Duques de Soria" Dpto. Matemática Aplicada 42003 Soria, Castilla, Spain
Phone/Fax: +34 975 129420
Remarks: If you wish to asist S3CM you have to apply first. The school will cover the cost of accommodation of participants during the school, daily meals, free registration, and school materials. No travelling cost will be covered (a few travelling grants only for people from developing countries are being arranged by now). Deadline 11 April, 2008.

Title: 22nd International Conference on Operator Theory
Date: July 03 - 08, 2008
Site: West University of Timisoara, Timisoara, Romania

Topic: The conference is devoted to operator theory, operator algebras and their applications (differential operators, complex functions, mathematical physics, matrix analysis, system theory, etc.)
Organized by: Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy and the West University in Timisoara
Programme Committee: W.B. Arveson, K.R. Davidson, N.K. Nikolski, S. Stratila and F.-H. Vasilescu
Contact: OT22

Title: IWAP 2008 - International Workshop on Applied Probability
Date: July 07 - 10, 2008


Title: VIII International Colloquium on Differential Geometry (E. Vidal Abascal Centennial Congress)
Date: July 07 - 11, 2008
Site: Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

Topic: Section 1: Foliation Theory. Section 2: Riemannian Geometry.
Organized by: Department of Geometry and Topology (Univ. of Santiago de Compostela, Spain)

Title: Applied Topological Methods in Computer Science (ATMCS) III
Date: July 07 - 11, 2008
Site: Paris, France

Topic: This third ATMCS conference hopes to bring together researchers employing geometric/topological methods in both abstract and concrete areas of computer science. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, concurrency theory, distributed computing and complexity, rewriting systems, image analysis, and sensor networks.
Organized by: Eric Goubault, Emmanuel Haucourt, Michel Hirschowitz, Sanjeevi Krishnan, Martin Raussen
Programme Committee: Gunnar Carlsson, Pierre Louis Curien, Massimo Ferri, Eric Goubault, Maurice Herlihy, Yves Lafont, Pedro Real
Contact: Sanjeevi Krishnan
Address: DRT LIST DTSI SOL MEASI CEA Saclay DRT LIST DTSI SOL MEASI//CEA, Saclay//91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France
Remarks: Registration is free. Deadline for submission of a 1-page abstract is 15 May 2008. Notification of acceptance is on 5 June 2008. Deadline for conference registration 15 June 2008.

Date: July 13 - 13, 2008
Site: University of Amsterdam

Topic: This one-day meeting on the eve of the European Congress of Mathematics and under the auspices of the European Mathematical Society and European Women in Mathematics is organised around four introductory talks : 11 a.m-12 a.m.: Hélène ESNAULT (Duisburg-Essen) Some aspects of the various notions of fundamental group 2 p.m-3 p.m: Alina VDOVINA (Newcastle) Non-commutative geometry on trees and buildings 3.30 p.m -4.30 p.m: Christine BERNARDI (Paris) Spectral methods: Basics and new applications 5 p.m -6 p.m: Francesca RAPETTI (Nice) A spectral element method on triangles We encourage everyone and especially young women mathematicians to attend this one-day meeting before the Congress itself. It will provide an opportunity to get acquainted with some of the areas of research represented at the ECM and to meet other women mathematicians present at the ECM.
Organized by: Colette Guillopé (Femmes et Mathématiques), Frances Kirwan (Convenor of EWM), Sylvie Paycha (Coordinator of the EMS committee for women in mathematics) , Charlene Kalle and Karma Dajani (University of Amsterdam)
Contact: Sylvie Paycha
Address: Laboratoire de Mahtématiques, Complexe des Cézeaux,Université Blaise Pascal, 63 177 Aubière F
Phone/Fax: 0 (0 33 )4 73 40 74 42
Remarks: If you are interested, please contact us before May 16th if possible.

Title: 5th European Congress of Mathematics
Date: July 14 - 18, 2008
Site: Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Title: Efficient Monte Carlo: From Variance Reduction to Combinatorial Optimization. A Conference on the Occasion of R.Y. Rubinstein's 70th Birthday
Date: July 14 - 18, 2008
Site: Sandbjerg Estate, Soenderborg, Denmark

Topic: During his career, Reuven Rubinstein has initiated many new discoveries in Monte Carlo simulation, stochastic modelling and optimization, and has inspired numerous researchers to take up research in these field. This conference is intended to celebrate Professor Rubinstein's 70'th birthday by bringing together many of these international researchers in modern Monte Carlo methods.
Organized by: The Thiele Centre for Applied Mathematics in Natural Science, University of Aarhus
Programme Committee: Peter W. Glynn, (Stanford, co-chair), Sandeep Juneja (Mumbai), Jozeph Kreimer (Beer Sheva), Dirk P. Kroese (Brisbane, co-chair) , Don McLeish (Waterloo), Georg Pflug (Vienna), Ad Ridder (Amsterdam ), Alexander Shapiro (Atlanta), Nahum Shimkin (Haifa), Assaf Zeevi (New York)
Contact: Oddbjørg Wethelund
Address: Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
Phone/Fax: +45 89423515 / +45 86131769
Remarks: Deadline for registration: 1 May 2008

Title: Bachelier Finance Society, 5th World Congress
Date: July 15 - 19, 2008
Site: London

Topic: The Congress covers all aspects of Mathematical Finance from fundamental theory to industry applications in pricing, hedging and risk management. Also included are relevant topics in probability, stochastic analysis, computational techniques etc.
Organized by: Mark Davis and Lane Hughston for the Bachelier Finance Society
Programme Committee: D. Filipovic, P. Glasserman, T. Hurd, M. Kijima, R. Norberg, M. Schweizer, C. Rogers, R. Sircar
Contact: Mark Davis
Address: Imperial College London
Phone/Fax: +44 20 7594 8486
Remarks: Deadline for submitted papers is January 25 2008

Title: 7th International Conference on Retrial Queues (7th WRQ)
Date: July 17 - 19, 2008
Site: Athens, Greece

Topic: This meeting will be the 7th in a series of workshops scoping to promote research and encourage interaction in the community of retrial queues. Applied Probabilists, Operation Researchers, Engineers, Computer Scientists and Statisticians with a main or side interest in queueing are very welcome. The scope of the conference includes both theoretical papers with advances in mathematical techniques that can be usuful for analysing retrial queueing models as well as applications of retrial queueing systems. More specifically, the topics of the 7th WRQ include but are not limited to analytical techniques, computational methods, optimization, control, statistical inference, applications of retrial queues.
Organized by: Department of Mathematics, University of Athens
Programme Committee: A. Economou (University of Athens, Greece), Chairman, J.R. Artalejo (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain), Co-chairman, A.N. Dudin (Belarus State University, Belarus), A. Gomez-Corral (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain), A. Krishnamoorthy (Cochin University of Science and Technology, India), Q-L. Li (Tsinghua University, P.R. China), R.D. Nobel (Vrije University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Y.W. Shin (Changwon National University, Korea)
Contact: Antonis Economou
Address: University of Athens, Department of Mathematics, Section of Statistics and OR, Panepistemiopolis, Athens 15784, Greece
Phone/Fax: +0030-2107276351, +0030-2107276381

Title: XI Edition of the Italian Diffiety School
Date: July 17 - August 01, 2008
Site: Santo Stefano del Sole (Avellino), Italy

Topic: The aim of this permanent School is to introduce undergraduate and Ph.D students in Mathematics and Physics, as well as post-doctoral researchers, in a recently emerged area of Mathematics and Theoretical Physics: Secondary Calculus. A Diffiety is a new geometrical object that properly formalizes the concept of the solution space of a given system of nonlinear PDEs, much as an algebraic variety does with respect to solutions of a given system of algebraic equations. Secondary Calculus is a natural diffiety analogue of the standard Calculus on smooth manifolds, and as such leads to a very rich general theory of nonlinear PDEs. Moreover, it appears to be the unique natural language for quantum physics, just as the standard Calculus is the natural language for classical physics.
Organized by: Diffiety Institute (Russia), Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (Italy), Dipartimento di Matematica e Informatica, Università degli Studi di Salerno (Italy), Municipality of Santo Stefan del Sole (Italy), Comunità Montana Serinese-Solofrana (Italy), Ente Morale S. Vito Martire (Italy).
Programme Committee: Prof. A. M. Vinogradov (Università di Salerno, Italy, and Diffiety Institute, Russia)

Title: International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
Date: July 20 - 23, 2008
Site: Hagenberg, Austria

Topic: The International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation (ISSAC) is the premier annual conference to present and discuss new developments and original research results in all areas of symbolic mathematical computation. Planned activities include invited presentations, research papers, poster sessions, tutorial courses, vendor exhibits and software demonstrations.
Organized by: Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC)
Programme Committee:
Contact: Franz Winkler
Address: Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC), Johannes Kepler University, Altenbergerstraße 69, A-4040 Linz, Austria
Phone/Fax: +43 732 2468 9921 / +43 732 2468 9930

Title: Operator Structures and Dynamical Systems
Date: July 21 - 25, 2008
Site: Leiden, the Netherlands

Topic: The relationship between dynamical systems (both topological and abstract) and associated operator structures in a broad sense
Organized by: Marcel de Jeu, Klaas Landsman, Sergei Silvestrov, Christian Skau, Jun Tomiyama, Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel
Contact: Marcel de Jeu
Address: Mathematical Institute, Leiden University, PO Box 9512, 2300 RA Leiden, the Netherlands
Remarks: This is an official satellite of 5 ECM. People interested should contact Marcel de Jeu before registering; young researchers are especially encouraged to participate. We intend to cover the hotel costs for participants.

Title: Summer School "PDE from Geometry"
Date: July 21 - 25, 2008
Site: Cologne, Germany

Topic: The summer school will offer lectures and problem sessions by Klaus Ecker (FU Berlin), Yoshikazu Giga (Tokyo), and Hans-Christoph Grunau (Magdeburg) on geometric evolution equations, level set approach, mean curvature flow, and higher order equations.
Organized by: Graduiertenkolleg - a PhD research programme - "Global Structures in Geometry and Analysis", University of Cologne
Programme Committee: Jiří Horák, Bernd Kawohl, Guido Sweers
Contact: Ms. Annette Koenen
Address: Mathematisches Institut, Universität zu Köln, Weyertal 86-90, 50931 Köln, Germany
Remarks: Postdoctoral fellows and doctoral students are welcome to apply using the online application form. The deadline for submitting an application is April 30, 2008. It is expected that a limited financial support for travel and accommodation will be available.

Title: 17th International Workshop on Matrices and Statistics
Date: July 23 - 26, 2008
Site: Tomar - Portugal

Organized by: CMA(FCT - UNL); IPT

Title: Workshop on Current Trends and Challenges in Model Selection and Related Areas
Date: July 24 - 26, 2008
Site: University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

Topic: The workshop will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of current trends and challenging problems in model selection and related shrinkage methods. Invited speakers include Yannick Baraud (Université de Nice Sophia-Antipoli), Ruudy Beran (UC Davis), Ed George (The Wharton School), Patrik Guggenberger (UCLA), Ching-Kang Ing (Academia Sinica), Paul Kabaila (LaTrobe Univ.), Gabor Lugosi (Pompeu Fabra Univ.), Alexander Tsybakov (Paris 6), and Yuhong Yang (Univ. of Minnesota)

Contributed presentations are welcome! Please submit abstract to before February 15, 2008.
Organized by: Hannes Leeb (Yale) and Benedikt M. Poetscher (Univ. Vienna)
Contact: Hannes Leeb
Address: Department of Statistics, Yale University, 24 Hillhouse Avenue, New Haven, CT 06510
Phone/Fax: 203 508 2339 / 203 432 0633

Title: Jairo Charris Seminar in Algebra and Analysis
Date: August 01 - 03, 2008
Site: Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Bogotá - Colombia

Topic: Orthogonal polynomials, complex analysis
Organized by: Primitivo Acosta-Humanez, Reinaldo Nunez and Jesus H. Perez
Programme Committee: Francisco Marcellan, Juan Morales-Ruiz, Jaime Lesmes and Victor Albis
Contact: Primitivo Acosta-Humanez
Address: Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Dept MA II, C. Jordi Girona 1-3, 08034 Barcelona - Spain
Phone/Fax: +34 93 413 77 12/ +34 93 413 77 01
Remarks: The registration process is now open and will close on June 20, 2008.

Title: XXVII International Colloquium on Group Theoretical Methods in Physics (Group27)
Date: August 13 - 19, 2008
Site: Yerevan, Armenia

Topic: Integrable and superintegrable models, symmetries of nonlinear differential and difference equations, infinite-dimensional symmetries and supersymmetries, duality in quantum field theory and quantum mechanics, superstrings, cosmology and quantum gravity, group theory in modern geometry and noncommutative geometry, Loop algebras and W-algebras, Lie groups, representation theory and special functions, quantum optics and quantum information.
Organized by: International Center for Advanced Studies, Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia
Programme Committee: F.Ardalan, M.Arik, C.Bender, E.Corrigan, A.Fokas, S.Hacyan, N.Ibragimov, R.Jackiw, V.Kac, J.Klauder, T.Koornwinder, P. van Moerbeke, V.Dobrev, P.Exner, A.Isaev, P.Kulish, W.Miller,J.Lukiersky
Contact: George Pogosyan
Address: Yerevan State University, Yerevan, A.Manougian 1, 0025, Armenia
Phone/Fax: (+37410) 57 88 41

Title: Complex Analysis and Related Topics (The XIth Romanian-Finnish Seminar)
Date: August 14 - 19, 2008
Site: Alba Iulia, Romania

Topic: The following sections will be included: 1. Analytic functions of one complex variable 1A. Univalence, 1B. Other subjects; 2. Quasiconformal mappings and Teichm¨uller spaces; 3. Several complex variables; 4. Potential theory; 5. Functional analytical methods in complex analysis
Organized by: Institute of Mathematics ~SSimion Stoilow~T of the Romanian Academy, ~T1 Decembrie 1918~T University of Alba Iulia, University of Pitesti, University of Bucharest and the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics of the ~TBabes-Bolyai~T University of Cluj-Napoca, in cooperation with the Universities of Helsinki, Joensuu and Jyv¨askyl¨a from Finland
Programme Committee: C. Andreian Cazacu (Bucharest), H. Begehr (Berlin), L. Beznea (Bucharest), D. Breaz (Alba Iulia), M. Coltoiu (Bucharest), A. Gheondea (Bucharest), I. Laine (Joensuu), O. Martio (Helsinki), P.T. Mocanu (Cluj-Napoca), G.S. Salagean (Cluj-Napoca), M. Vuorinen (Turku)
Contact: Complex Analysis and Related Topics, c/o Institute of Mathematics ~SSimion Stoilow~T of the Romanian Academy
Address: P.O. Box 1-764, 014700, Bucharest, Romania
Phone/Fax: Fax:+40 21 319 65 05
Remarks: More details will be given in the Second Announcement and in the web page of the conference.

Title: Duality and Involutions in Representation Theory
Date: August 19 - 22, 2008
Site: National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland

Topic: Representation Theory of Finite Groups
Organized by: John Murray (NUI Maynooth), Roderick Gow (University College Dublin), Rachel Quinlan (NUI Galway)
Contact: John Murray
Address: Mathematics Department, NUI Maynooth, Co Kildare, Ireland
Phone/Fax: +353 17084628/+353 17083913

Date: August 21 - 23, 2008

Topic: Non-linear Analysis, Number Theory, p-adic Analysis, Special Functions, q-Analysis, Mathematical Physics and their applications
Organized by: Uludag University Bursa Turkey and JANGJEON MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY S. Korea
Programme Committee: DR. MUSTAFA YURTKURAN, Veli Kurt, Yilmaz Simsek, Ismail Naci Cangul, Osman Bizim
Address: Uludag University faculty of Art and Science Bursa Turkey
e-mail:, or
Remarks: First Announcement for The 20 th International Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society August 21-23, 2008 , Bursa/TURKEY The 20 th International Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society will be held at Uludag University in the lively city Bursa/TURKEY on August 21-23, 2008 . triangle with vertices Ä°stanbul, Ankara and Ä°zmir, the three biggest cities in Turkey . We are just three hours away by coach from Istanbul . Uludag University is one of the high-scale universities in Turkey and in the international area. We have 3.000 Academic staff and 40.000 students at different levels, 26.000 of them are undergraduates. We have 50 programs at 11 Faculties. We have got most of our programs accredited. We have one of the highest numbers, around 800, of foreign students amongst 102 Turkish universities because of our ongoing relationships at international arena. The proposed conference aims to bring together all the researchers working in various fields of Mathematics, Mathematical Physics and related areas such as Analysis, Non-linear Analysis, Number Theory, p-adic Analysis, Special Functions, q-Analysis, Mathematical Physics and their applications. All the details of the conference can be followed at the web site . Please contact , or for further requests.

Title: Function spaces, Differential Operators and Nonlinear Analysis
Date: August 22 - 29, 2008
Site: Helsinki, Finland

Topic: As a continuation of the previous conferences held in the Czech Republic, Finland and Germany, we are now organizing the 7~Rth international conference on Function spaces, Differential Operators and Nonlinear Analysis. The conference will be organized between August 25 - 29, 2008 in Helsinki, Finland. The conference is preceded by a workshop, August 22 - 24, aimed especially at younger researchers. The main topics of interest are harmonic analysis, nonlinear PDE~Rs and applications. The program consists of invited lectures. The following speakers have accepted to speak in the conference (* unconfirmed): Viviane Baladi, Lennart Carleson, Adrian Constantin, Daniel Faraco, Thierry Gallay, Dorothee Haroske, Stanislav Hencl, Ilkka Holopainen, Tuomas Hytönen, Tadeusz Iwaniec*, Peter Jones, Matti Jutila, Petri Juutinen, Pekka Koskela, Yaroslav Kurylev, Michael Lacey, Jan Maly, Richard Melrose*, Giuseppe Mingione, Jaak Peetre, David Preiss*, Mikko Salo, Kristian Seip, Daniel Tataru, Hans Triebel, Gunther Uhlmann, Maciej Zworski.
Organized by: University of Helsinki
Contact: Lassi Päivärinta
e-mail: ljp 'at'

Title: Journées MAS de la SMAI : Modélisation et Statistiques des Réseaux
Date: August 27 - 29, 2008
Site: Rennes, France

Topic: Cette conférence est organisée à l'initiative du groupe Modélisation Aléatoire et Statistique (MAS) de la SMAI. Depuis 1996, les journées MAS offrent à la communauté des probabilistes et statisticiens français l'opportunité de se rassembler tous les deux ans. Ces rencontres comportent deux volets : * Les six conférences plénières offrent un panorama didactique des divers approches et applications d'une thématique centrale : modélisation et statistique des réseaux * Les sessions parallèles donnent un aperçu des recherches actuelles en France dans le domaine de la modélisation aléatoire et de la statistique.
Organized by: GT MAS de la SMAI (France)
Programme Committee: Jean Bertoin (Président), Elisabeth Gassiat, Sylvie Méléard, Pierre Del Moral, Marc Hoffman, Eric Moulines, Fabrice Gamboa
Contact: Jian-feng Yao
Address: IRMAR / Université de Rennes 1 Campus de Beaulieu 35042 Rennes Cedex France
Phone/Fax: +33(0)22323 6369
Remarks: Date limite pour inscription: 27 juin 2008

Title: 9ème Colloque Franco-Roumain de Mathématiques Appliquées
Date: August 28 - September 02, 2008
Site: Braşov, Roumanie

Topic: Reconstruction des images Processus stochastiques Cryptographie Analyse asymptotique Elasticity and differential geometry Méthodes mathématiques et numériques dans la mécanique des milieux continus Equations aux dérivées partielles non linéaires dans les sciences appliquées Statistique et probabilités appliquées Biostatistique
Organized by: la Faculté de Mathématiques et Informatique de l' Université Transilvania de Brasov, les Instituts de l' Académie Roumaine: de Mathématiques Simion Stoilow, de Statistique Mathématique et Mathématiques Appliquées
Programme Committee: Doina CIORANESCU (CNRS - Paris 6) et Marius IOSIFESCU (Académie Roumaine)
Contact: Eugen PALTANEA
Address: Bdul Iuliu Maniu 50, 500091, Brasov, Romania
Phone/Fax: (004) 0268 412.776/111
Remarks: Toute proposition de communication ou de poster doit comprendre un résumé de MAXIMUM deux pages et être adressée à l’une des adresses ci-dessous avant le 30 mars 2008:,,

Title: Summer School on General Algebra and Ordered Sets
Date: August 31 - September 06, 2008
Site: Trest, Czech Republic

Topic: The program of the summer school focuses on recent trends in universal algebra, especially in connection with theoretical computer science. The program will consist of three tutorials, two planary invited lectures, and short contributed talks of the participants.
Organized by: Eduard Cech Center, Charles University in Prague
Remarks: Registration deadline: May 30, 2008

Title: School (and Workshop) on the Geometry of Algebraic Stacks
Date: September 01 - 06, 2008
Site: Trento (Italy)

Topic: Lecturers: B. Fantechi (SISSA, It) A. Kresch (Universität Zürich, CH) Supporting lectures will be delivered by E. Mann (Université de Montpellier, Fr). Aim of the School: The School is mainly aimed to Phd students and young researchers in Algebraic Geometry, introducing the participants to research, beginning from a basic level with a view towards the applications and to the most recent results. A tentative program is as follows. Motivation: why stacks are needed. Basic example: moduli of curves of genus g. The 2-category of groupoids, schemes as functors, categories fibered in groupoids, pseudofunctors. The stack condition. Representable morphisms, definition of algebraic stack (in the sense of Deligne-Mumford). Quotient stacks, stacks associated to groupoids. The 2-category of stacks; open, closed substacks; topological space associated to a stack. Properties of stacks and of their morphisms; valuative criteria for separatedness and properness. Inertia stack. (Quasi)coherent sheaves on a stack, cohomology of sheaves. Main worked out examples: moduli of stable pointed curves, moduli of stable sheaves, weighted projective stacks and toric DM stacks. Infinitesimal study of moduli stacks and deformation theory. A short introduction to Artin stacks will also be provided. The school will be followed by a workshop. Confirmed lecturers in the workshop are F. Catanese (Bayreuth), G. Farkas (Berlin), E. Sernesi (Roma Tre), A. Verra (Roma Tre), A. Vistoli (SNS Pisa).
Organized by: CIRM (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica), Trento
Programme Committee: G. Casnati, C. Fontanari, R. Notari, M.L. Spreafico (Politecnico Torino)
Contact: Augusto Micheletti
Address: Secretary of CIRM, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Via Sommarive 14, 38050 Povo (Trento), Italy
Phone/Fax: +39-0461-881628 / +39-0461-810629
Remarks: Deadline: July 15, 2008

Title: School on Algebraic Topics of Automata
Date: September 01 - 12, 2008
Site: Complexo Interdisciplinar da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Prof. Gama Pinto 2, Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: This School aims to present to the scientific communities, in particular to post-graduate students, various topics on Algebraic Theory of Automata, delivered as Courses, Advanced Seminars and Student~Rs Seminars. It is sponsored by the Project Automata: from Mathematics to Applications (AutoMathA) of the European Science Foundation (ESF) and it is organized within the activities of Centro de Álgebra da Universidade de Lisboa (CAUL) and Centro de Matemática da Universidade do Porto (CMUP). The Programme includes eight Courses on various aspects of Algebraic Theory of Automata, plus an Advanced Seminar on mainstream topics and a Student~Rs Seminar on their research work. Invited Lecturers: Mikolaj Bojanczyk (University of Warsaw, Poland), Zoltán Ésik (University of Szeged, Hungary), Daniel Kirsten (University of Leipzig, Germany), Michal Kunc (Masaryk University, Czech Republic), Jean-Éric Pin (University Paris 7 and CNRS, France), Pedro Silva (University of Porto, CMUP, Portugal) and Pascal Tesson (University of Laval, Canada).
Organized by: Centro de Álgebra da Universidade de Lisboa (Mário J.J. Branco, Vitor H. Fernandes, Gracinda M.S. Gomes, Antonio Malheiro) and Centro de Matemática da Universidade do Porto (Manuel Delgado)
Programme Committee: Jorge Almeida, Olivier Carton, Antonio Restivo, Mikhail Volkov and Thomas Wilke
Contact: Patrícia Paraíba
Address: CAUL, Av. Prof. Gama Pinto 2, 1649-003 Lisbon, Portugal
Phone/Fax: +351 217 904 739 / +351 217 954 288
Remarks: The registration fee (it includes a Saturday trip) is: - 120 euros, until 31st March 2008; - 150 euros, after 1st April 2008. A limited number of scholarships for postgraduate students are available. Applications will be accepted until 31st March 2008.

Title: X Spanish Meeting on Cryptology and Information Security
Date: September 02 - 05, 2008
Site: Salamanca, Spain

Topic: Cryptology and Information Security
Organized by: Universidad de Salamanca
Contact: Angel Martin del Rey
Address: Department of Applied Mathematics, E.P.S., c/ Hornos Caleros 50, 05003-Avila
Phone/Fax: +34 920 353500 / +34 920 353501
Remarks: Full paper submission start date: February 1, 2008. Full paper submission end date: April 1, 2008. Notification of acceptance: May 1, 2008. Camera-ready copy: May 15, 2008. Registration start date: May 1, 2008. Registration end date: August 20, 2008. X RECSI: September 2-5, 2008.

Title: International Conference "Geometry, Dynamics, Integrable Systems"
Date: September 02 - 07, 2008
Site: Belgrade, Serbia

Topic: Integrable systems in classical mechanics • Nonholonomic mechanics • Rigid body dynamics • Lie algebras and Lax representation • Separation of variables
Organized by: Valery V. Kozlov, Vladimir Dragovic, Alexey Borisov
Programme Committee: Alexey Bolsinov, Alexey Borisov, Pantelis Damianou, Vladimir Dragovic, Boris Dubrovin, Valery Kozlov, Andrey Tsiganov, Rade Zivaljevic
Contact: Vladimir Dragovic
Address: Mathematical Institute SANU, Kneza Mihaila 36, Belgrade, Serbia
Phone/Fax: +381-11-2630170/+381-11-2186105

Title: Calculus of Variations and its Applications From Engineering to Economy
Date: September 08 - 10, 2008
Site: Departamento de Matemática, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Caparica, Portugal

Topic: The aim of this event is to promote the scientific exchange of ideas and methods in such a broad and useful area as the Calculus of Variations. With the goal of applications to different areas such as Mathematics, Mechanics, Engineering, Economy, Finances, Chemistry, Biology, just to name a few, models and methods have been developed, with apparent different languages but that are susceptible of an unified analytical and numerical treatment. Taking into account the most recent developments in this area of Mathematics, we wish to address problems associated with Partial Differential Equations, Optimal Control, Finite or Infinite Dimension Optimization, Shape Optimization in Structural Engineering, together with the associated computational aspects.
Programme Committee: Luísa Mascarenha (Universidade Nova de Lisboa,Portugal), Luís Trabucho (Universidade Nova de Lisboa,Portugal), Luís Nunes Vicente (Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)
Contact: Ana Luísa Custódio
Address: Departamento de Matemática, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Quinta da Torre 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal
Phone/Fax: +351 21 2948391 / +351 21 2948388

Title: International Workshop on Orthogonal Polynomials and Approximation Theory 2008. Conference in honor of professor Guillermo López Lagomasino in his 60th Anniversary
Date: September 08 - 12, 2008
Site: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Leganés, Spain

Topic: Approximation Theory. Numerical Analysis, in particular Quadrature Formulas. Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions. Analytic properties and pplications. Integrable Systems.
Organized by: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Contact: Francisco Marcellán Español (Chair)
Address: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Avda. de la Universidad, 30, 28911, Leganés, Madrid, Spain
Phone/Fax: 916249442
Remarks: Deadline for abstract submission: June 1, 2008 Deadline for registration: July 15, 2008

Title: INDAM Workshop on Holomorphic Iteration, Semigroups, and Loewner Chains
Date: September 09 - 12, 2008
Site: Rome

Topic: Complex dynamics, Holomorphic iteration, Semigroups of analytic functions, Loewner chains, and Loewner equations.
Organized by: INDAM and
Programme Committee: Filippo Bracci, Manuel D. Contreras, S. Díaz-Madrigal, and F. Pérez-González
Contact: Manuel D. Contreras
Remarks: The meeting is supported by the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica (INDAM) and the ESF net Harmonic and Complex Analysis and their Applications. So far, the list of speakers is: M. Abate (University of Pisa, Italy), R.O. Bauer (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA), F. Bayart (Université de Bordeaux I, France), S. Díaz-Madrigal (University of Seville, Spain), R. M. Friedrich (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Germany), V. Gorjainov (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Ukraine), N. Makarov (California Institute of Technology, USA), I. Markina (University of Bergen, Norway), D. E. Marshall (University of Washington, USA), P. Poggi-Corradini (Kansas State University, USA), Ch. Pommerenke (Technical University of Berlin, Germany), S. Reich (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel), S. Rohde (University of Washington, USA), D. Shoikhet (ORT Braude Collage, Israel), A. Siskakis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece), A. Vasil'ev (University of Bergen, Norway).

Title: Mathematical Analysis, Differential Equations and Their Applications
Date: September 12 - 15, 2008
Site: Famagusta, North Cyprus

Topic: Functions of real and complex variables Approximation theory Functional analysis Harmonic analysis Integral transformations Qualitative and assymptotic methods in the theory of differential equations Partial differential equations Functional-differential and stochastik equations
Organized by: Mersin University, Eastern Mediterranean University, National Taras Shevchenko University, Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine
Contact: Prof. Dr. Fahreddin ABDULLAYEV
Address: Mersin University Faculty of Arts and Science Department of Mathematics
Phone/Fax: +90 324361 00 01-10 (pbx) (45 71) or (67 03) Fax: +90 324 361 05 38
Remarks: abstract submission last date: 31 May 2008 notification of acceptance last date: 30 June 2008 arrival date: 11 September 2008 registration: 11-12 September 2008 conference: 12-15 September 2008 publication of conference proceedings: 2009

Title: International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics 2008 (ICNAAM 2008)
Date: September 16 - 20, 2008
Site: Hotel Kypriotis Village-Kypriotis Panorama-Kypriotis International Conference Center, Psalidi, Kos, Greece

Topic: Topics to be covered include (but are not limited to): All the research areas of Numerical Analysis and Computational Mathematics (Numerical ODEs, Numerical PDEs (inc. BVPs), Scientific Computing and Algorithms, Stochastic Differential Equations, Approximation, Numerical Linear Algebra, Numerical Integral Equations, Error Analysis and Interval Analysis, Difference Equations and Recurrence Relations, Numerical problems in Dynamical Systems, Applications to the Sciences (Computational Physics, Computational Statistics, Computational Chemistry, Computational Engineering etc.), Differential Algebraic Equations, Numerical methods in Fourier analysis etc) All the research areas of Applied and Industrial Mathematics (Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Chemistry, Mathematical Biology and Mathematical Medicine, Optimization and Operational Research, Theoretical Mechanics, Discrete Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Probability, Dynamical Systems, Algorithms, Experimental Mathematics, Theoretical Computer Science, Applied Analysis, Mathematical Modelling (including but not limited to mathematical modelling of engineering and environmental processes, manufacturing, and industrial systems, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, CFD, and transport phenomena; solid mechanics and mechanics of metals; electromagnets and MHD; reliability modelling and system optimization; decision sciences in an industrial and manufacturing context; civil engineering systems and structures; mineral and energy resources; relevant software engineering issues associated with CAD and CAE; and materials and metallurgical engineering, mathematical modelling of social, behavioral and other sciences), Decomposition and Recon! struction Algorithms, Subdivision Algorithms, Continuous and Discrete Wavelet Transform, Time-frequency Localization, Phase-Space Analysis, Subband Coding, Image Compression, Real-Time Filtering, Radar and Sonar Applications, Transient Analysis, Medical Imaging, Multigrid Methods, Frames, Bifurcation and Singularity Theory, Deterministic Chaos and Fractals, Soliton and Co rent Phenomena, Formation of Pattern, Evolution, Complexity Theory and Neural Networks, Analytical Approaches and Simulations for more Accurate Descriptions, Predictions, Experimental Observations and Applications of Nonlinear Phenomena in Science and Engineering, Theoretical and Applied aspects of Computational Geometry, Control Theory and Automation, Fuzzy Sets and Systems and Fuzzy Logic, Applied Algebra, Quality Theory of Differential Equations, Neural Networks , etc.)
Organized by: Professor Dr. T.E. Simos, Academician of EASA, EAS, EAASH, University of Peloponnese, Tripolis, Greece - President of the European Society of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering (ESCMSE)
Programme Committee: Prof. G. vanden Berghe, Belgium, Prof. Peter Bjørstad, Norway, Prof. S.C.Brenner, USA, Prof. J. R. Cash, UK, Prof. R. Cools, Belgium, Prof. A. Cuyt, Belgium, Prof. B. Fischer, Germany, Prof. R. W. Freund, USA, Prof. I. Gladwell, USA, Prof. Gene Golub, USA, Prof. B. Hendrickson, USA, Prof. Axel Klar, Germany, Dr. W.F. Mitchell, USA, Dr. G. Psihoyios, UK, Prof. T.E. Simos, Greece, Prof. W. Sproessig, Germany, Prof. Francis Sullivan, USA, Prof. Ch. Tsitouras, Greece, Prof. G. Alistair Watson, UK
Contact: Mrs Eleni Ralli-Simou, Secretary ICNAAM
Address: 10 Konitsis Street, Amfithea Paleon Faliron, GR-175 64, Athens, Greece
Phone/Fax: +30210 94 20 091 or + 302710 237 397
Remarks: For more details, please see at the URL of the Conference.

Title: Crimean Autumn Mathematical School-Symposium
Date: September 18 - 29, 2008
Site: Batiliman, Crimea, Ukraine

Topic: General Operator Theory. Spectral Operator Theory. Differential-Operator Equations. Boundary Value Problems. Nonlinear Analysis. Optimization, Control, Games and Economic Behavior. Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science.
Organized by: Nikolay Kopachevsky (Taurida National V.Vernadsky University)
Contact: Pavel Starkov
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Title: FLINS 2008 The 8th International FLINS Conference on Computational Intelligence in Decision and Control
Date: September 21 - 24, 2008
Site: Madrid, Spain

Topic: fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms and evolutionary programming, probabilistic computing, hybrid methods, chaos theory, rough set theory, evidence theory, interactive computational models, artificial intelligence and expert systems, and machine learning, as well as their applications to the following domains: decision support systems, process and system control, system identification and modelling, optimization, signal and image processing, pattern recognition, condition monitoring, fault diagnosis, systems integration, internet tools, human-machine interface, time series prediction, noise analysis, real time systems, robotics, virtual reality, telecommunications, e-science and technology, data mining, data visualization, intelligent information retrieval, autonomous reasoning, risk analysis and safety related issues.
Organized by: Universidad Complutense Madrid
Programme Committee: J. Benítez (Mexico), Z. Bien (Korea), P. Bonissone (USA), H. Bustince (Spain), T. Calvo (Spain), O. Castillo (Mexico), G. Chen (China), F. Chiclana (UK), K, Cios (USA), R. De Moraes (Brazil), M. De Cock (Belgium), Y.S. Ding (China), D. Dubois (France), L.F. Escudero (Spain), J.L. García-Lapresta (Spain), M. Goyal (Australia), P. Guo (Japan), M.M. Gupta (Canada), W. Halang (Germany), R. Hampel (Germany), ,F. Herrera (Spain), E. Herrera-Viedma (Spain), J.W. Hines (USA)
Phone/Fax: Tel.: +34 91 394 4522, Fax.: +34 91 394 4607
Remarks: - Special session proposal: December 15, 2007 - Paper submission: January 15, 2008 - Acceptance letter: March 15, 2008 - Final paper submission and registration: April 15, 2008

Title: STAMM 2008 Meeting - Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics
Date: September 22 - 25, 2008
Site: Levico (Italy)

Topic: The program of the workshop consists of invited lectures, short communications, and posters. Consistent with the aims of ISIMM, mathematical modelling will be at the focus. The formulation and analysis of problems issued from physics, engineering and other disciplines will be welcome.
Organized by: this is the XVI STAMM Conference of the ISIMM
Programme Committee: P. Colli (Pavia) - I. Müller (Berlin) - A. Visintin (Trento)
Contact: Please feel free of contacting the STAMM 2008 desk at
Remarks: As there is a rectriction on the number of participants, please apply by May 31, 2008. The selection will be made by application date only. Accepted participants will be notified by e-mail by June 15, 2008.

Title: II Iberian Mathematical Meeting
Date: October 03 - 05, 2008
Site: Badajoz (Spain)

Topic: The II Iberian Mathematical Meeting, jointly organized by the Spanish Royal Mathematical Society (, the Portuguese Mathematical Society (, and the Department of Mathematics of the University of Extremadura (, will be held on October , 3-5, 2008 in Badajoz (Spain). In this second meeting , the main scientific areas will be: - Algebra and Algebraic Methods. - Functional Analysis. - Statistics and Biometry.
Organized by: Departamento de Matemáticas. Universidad de Extremadura
Programme Committee: Juan Luis Vázquez Suárez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) , Jorge M. M. G. Almeida (Universidade de Porto), Amelia Bastos (Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa), Joan Cerdá Martín (Universidad de Barcelona), Wenceslao González Manteiga (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela), Luis Narváez Macarro (Universidad de Sevilla), Paulo E. Oliveira. Manuel Molina Fernández, Ricardo García González, Ignacio Ojeda Martínez de Castilla, Jose Antonio Oyola Velasco, Paloma Pérez Fernández, Mª Luisa Soriano Comino
Contact: Departamento de Matemáticas. Universidad de Extremadura
Address: Avenida de Elvas, s/n. 06071-Badajoz (Spain)
Phone/Fax: +34924289568/ +34924272911
Remarks: - 20 May 2008. Deadline for submission of abstracts for poster sessions - 31 July 2008. Last day for notification of acceptance of posters and last day for registration at normal rate.

Title: Algebra, Geometry, and Mathematical Physics
Date: October 09 - 11, 2008
Site: University of Tartu, tartu, Estonia

Topic: Non-commutative geometry Generalizations of Lie algebras Lie theory, its generalizations, variations, applications Non-associative systems Operad and group theoretical methods Representation theory Homogenous and symmetric spaces Categorical physics Quantum groups, Hopf algebras Algebraic deformation theory Deformation quantization Operator algebras Vertex algebras and their applications Moduli spaces Integrable systems
Organized by: Viktor Abramov (Chair) et al
Programme Committee: Mati Abel (University of Tartu) Viktor Abramov (University of Tartu) Andrzej Borowiec (University of Wroclaw) Janusz Grabowski (Warsaw University) Cestmir Burdik (Czech Technical University in Prague) Jürgen Fuchs (Karlstad University) Noriaki Kamiya (University of Aizu) Richard Kerner (Université Pierre-et-Marie-Curie) Mati Kilp (University of Tartu) Arnfinn Laudal (University of Oslo) Ülo Lumiste (University of Tartu) Eugen Paal (Tallinn University of Technology) Jaak Peetre (Lund University, to be confirmed) Sergei Silvestrov (Lund University) Alexander Stolin (Chalmers University of Technology) Aleksy Tralle (University of Warmia and Mazury) Pawel Urbanski (Warsaw University, to be confirmed)
Remarks: Deadline September 14, 2008

Title: The XVI-th Conference on Applied and Industrial Mathematics, CAIM 2008
Date: October 09 - 12, 2008
Site: Oradea, Romania

Topic: Our conference has six sections: 1. Algebra, logic, topology; 2. Ordinary differential equations and finite dimensional dynamical systems; 3. Functional analysis and equations with partial derivatives; 4. Analytical and numerical methods in mechanics; industrial mathematics; 5. Theoretical computer science; 6. Mathematical education.
Organized by: ROMAI, The Romanian Society of Applied and Industrial Mathematics
Programme Committee: Adelina Georgescu
Contact: Serban E. Vlad
Address: str. Zimbrului, Nr. 3, Bl. PB68, Ap. 3, 410430, Oradea, Romania
Phone/Fax: 0040259479113, 0040259408806
Remarks: Further information will be available on our site and at the mail address

Title: International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Control 2008
Date: October 22 - 24, 2008
Site: San Francisco, USA

Topic: Systems Modeling and Automatic Control, Control Theory and Applications, Identification,Intelligent Control Structures and Methods
Organized by: International Association of Engineers
Programme Committee: ICMSC Conference Committee
Contact: IAENG Secretariat
Remarks: Important Dates: Draft Paper Submission Deadline: 2 July, 2008 Camera-Ready Papers Due & Registration Deadline: 30 July, 2008 ICMSC 2008: 22-24 October, 2008

Title: International Conference on Nolinear Analysis and Applied Mathematics
Date: November 21 - 22, 2008
Site: Targoviste

Topic: Mathematical Analysis - Differential Equations - Nonlinear Analysis - Applied Mathematics - Didactics of Mathematics
Organized by: Department of Mathematics, Valahia University of Targoviste
Programme Committee: Prof. Dr. Silviu Sburlan (Military Academy of Constanta)
Contact: Dinu Teodorescu
Address: Pucioasa
Phone/Fax: 0040744383639
Remarks: Deadline: August 30

Title: FEMTEC 2008 (Finite Element Methods in Engineering and Science)
Date: December 08 - 12, 2008
Site: University of Texas at El Paso

Topic: FEM for multi-scale and multi-physics problems, model adaptivity, adaptivity and error control for stationary and nonstationary problems, higher-order adaptive FEM (hp and spectral), meshfree FEM, generalized FEM, enriched and extended FEM, advanced engineering and scientific applications, reliability, validation, and verification of FEM models, uncertainty: interval and probabilistic FEM
Organized by: Pavel Solin
Programme Committee: Pavel Bochev, Mikhail Shashkov, Pavel Solin
Address: 500 West University Avenue, El Paso, TX 79968
Phone/Fax: 1.915.747.6770

Title: ALGORITMY 2009 - Conference on Scientific Computing
Date: March 15 - 20, 2009
Site: High Tatra Mountains, Podbanske, Slovakia

Topic: The 18th ALGORITMY conference will be devoted to computational methods, their analysis, algorithmic realization and application to real-world problems arising from, but not restricted to, natural sciences, engineering, technology, medicine and finance. The main topics of the ALGORITMY 2009 conference are - computational fluid dynamics, heat transfer and porous media flow, nonlinear conservation laws, free boundary problems, inverse problems, image processing and computer vision, computer graphics and computational geometry, computational finance, computational biology and medicine, computational geosciences, high-scale and parallel computing, direct and iterative methods for large linear algebraic systems, preconditioning techniques, optimization and nonlinear algebraic problems, scientific visualization, software for scientific computations. In solving the above mentioned real-world problems, the main attention is given to a new development and advanced applications of modern numerical methods as finite element, finite volume and level set methods, applied on structured and unstructured adaptive grids and accompanied by a fast and stable solution of arising systems of equations.
Organized by: Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava
Programme Committee: E. Bänsch (Erlangen), M. Benes (Prague), G.Dziuk (Freiburg), M. Eiermann (Freiberg), M. Feistauer (Prague), W.Jäger (Heidelberg), J.Kacur (Bratislava), J.Komornik (Bratislava), K.Mikula (Bratislava), M. Rumpf (Bonn), A.Sarti (Bologna), O.Scherzer (Innsbruck), J.A.Sethian (Berkeley), D.Sevcovic (Bratislava), M.Tuma (Prague), M.Vajtersic (Salzburg)
Contact: ALGORITMY 2009 - Conference office
Address: Department of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry, Slovak University of Technology, Radlinskeho 11, 813 68 Bratislava, Slovakia
Phone/Fax: 00421 2 59274418
Remarks: Regular conference fee (payment before January 25, 2009): 590 EURO Deadline for preliminary registration: October 1, 2008 Deadline for submission to Proceedings of contributed papers and posters: October 31, 2008

Title: 26th Journées arithmétiques
Date: July 06 - 10, 2009
Site: Saint-Etienne, France

Organized by: Federico PELLARIN, François HENNECART, Georges GREKOS, Olivier ROBERT, François FOUCAULT

Title: Stochastic Processes and their Applications
Date: July 27 - 31, 2009
Site: Berlin, Germany

Topic: The conference is the major annual meeting for researchers working in the field of Stochastic Processes. The conference covers a wide range of active research areas, in particular featuring 20 invited plenary lectures presented by leading specialists. In addition, there will be a large variety of special sessions, consisting of three talks each.
Organized by: the research groups in probability of Humboldt-Universitaet, Technische Universitaet and Universitaet Potsdam, collaborating in the various Berlin research and teaching networks.
Programme Committee: D. Aldous. M. Barlow, M.F. Chen, H. Foellmer, N. Gantert, L. Gorostiza, D. Kramkov, R. Lyons, A. de Masi, S. Meleard, C. Neuhauser, H. Osada, Y. Ouknine, J. Teichmann, E. Waymire, W. Werner, O. Zeitouni
Contact: Ms. Lisa Hertel
Address: TU Berlin Servicegesellschaft mbH, Hardenbergstraße 19, 10623 Berlin, Germany
Phone/Fax: 0049 30 44 72 02 66 / 0049 30 44 72 02 88
URL: http://www.math.tu-berlin/SPA2009
Remarks: The conference is organized under the auspices of the Bernoulli Society for Mathematical Statistics and Probability and co-sponsored by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.