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Conferences and Meetings on Mathematical Physics offers, as part of our business activities, a directory of upcoming scientific and technical meetings. The calendar is published for the convenience of conference participants and we strive to support conference organisers who need to publish their upcoming events. Although great care is being taken to ensure the correctness of all entries, we cannot accept any liability that may arise from the presence, absence or incorrectness of any particular information on this website. Always check with the meeting organiser before making arrangements to participate in an event!

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1.Quasilinear equations, inverse problems and their applications
 Dates 30 Nov 2015 → 02 Dec 2015
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 LocationDolgoprudny, Russia
 Abstract The conference is devoted to modern mathematical methods of analysis of wave propagation and non-destructive testing. Related mathematical problems arise within different tomographies (acoustic tomography, tomographies using elementary particles, electro-magnetic tomographies), in analysis of Schumpeter dynamics in economic growth models, in analysis of wave motion, in general, and analysis of shock wave dynamics, in particular. In the framework of the conference the current state of the theory of quasi-linear equations and inverse problems will be discussed , as well as possible applications in medicine, geophysics, nano-physics, modeling of economic dynamics and traffic flows, and in physics of dispersive mediums.
 Related subject(s) Applied Mathematics (in general)
2.Moduli16 — Moduli spaces, integrable systems, and topological recursions
 Dates 09 Jan 2016 → 13 Jan 2016
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 LocationMontreal, Canada
 Abstract The computation and enumeration of invariants of moduli spaces took a sudden turn with the conjecture of Witten that they could be combined into a formal series that solved the KdV hierarchy. This conjecture, subsequently proven by Kontsevich, was motivated by considerations of quantum gravity. It was followed by a series of developments in the same direction, notably in the computation of invariants for Hurwitz spaces and for Gromov-Witten invariants, for example in the work of Okounkov and Pandharipande, tying Gromov-Witten theory to the 2-Toda hierarchy. Kontsevich's proof involved a detour through the theory of random matrices, and subsequently Eynard and Orantin proposed a vast generalization of the technique, with a wide variety of implications. The questions have physical motivations, and has advanced with the rapid mixture of calculation and heuristic reasoning which characterizes theoretical physics; mathematicians have in many but not all cases provided proof, and, it is hoped, some understanding. The theory of integrable systems seems to lie at the heart of the subject, providing a thematic link. It is fair to say, though, that the way in which it happens is still ill-understood. Indeed, so far, it is more the tools, computational devices, and actual functions that appear, rather than flows and conserved quantities. It is hoped that recent physical input, again from the theory of quantum gravity, will help develop understanding.
 Contact D. Korotkin (Concordia Univ.) J. Hurtubise (McGill Univ.); Email:,
3.Optimal and Random Point Configurations: From Statistical Physics to Approximation Theory
 Dates 27 Jun 2016 → 01 Jul 2016
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 LocationInstitut Henri Poincar�, Paris, France
 Abstract This conference aims at bringing together the communities of probabilists, statistical physicists, approximation theorists, and analysts, who work with different points of view on issues of optimal and random point configurations such as Fekete sets, Coulomb gases, point processes arising in random matrices, and crystallization questions. Particular attention will be given to the lectures being accessible to young researchers and a poster session will be organized.
 Related subject(s) Probability and Statistics, Game Theory
4.String Math 2016
 Dates 27 Jun 2016 → 02 Jul 2016
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 LocationParis, France
 Abstract The annual String Math conference, at the interface between high energy theory and mathematics. The meeting will take place at Collège de France, in the center of Paris, and will be the culmination of a math/physics programme at Institut Henri Poincaré (to be confirmed). More details will appear in due time.
 Topics Math and Math Physics; Theory-HEP
 Related subject(s) High Energy Physics, Particles and Fields
5.Vigier10UFM2 — UNIFIED FIELD MECHANICS II Preliminary Formulations and Empirical Tests 10th International Symposium Honouring Mathematical Physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier
 Dates 24 Jul 2016 → 28 Jul 2016
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 LocationPortonovo, United States
 Abstract 10th international symposium honoring noted mathematical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier. Continuation of development of new field of Unified Field Mechanics (UFM) begun in the 8th conference. Also open to other areas of physics research
 Topics Unified field mechanics, Quantum theory, Relativity, Thermodynamics, Calabi-Yau symmetry, M-Theory, Quaternions, Clifford algebra, Fine structure constant, Biophysics
 Contact Richard L Amoroso; Phone: [8018507676]; Email:
 Related subject(s) Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information Theory; Nuclear Physics
6.APM — Global Conference on Applied Physics and Mathematics
 Dates 25 Jul 2016 → 27 Jul 2016
[ID=763471] Go to top of page
 LocationRome, Italy
 Topics Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, physics
 Contact Mónica Martins; Phone: [+447467043350]; Email:
 Related subject(s) Applied Mathematics (in general); Applied Physics
7.London Mathematical Society -- EPSRC Durham Symposium Geometric and Algebraic Aspects of Integrability
 Dates 25 Jul 2016 → 04 Aug 2016
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 LocationDurham, United Kingdom
 Abstract The history of integrable systems goes back to 19th century work in classical mechanics, differential geometry, complex analysis, differential equations and nonlinear special functions. The modern theory is grew up around the study of KdV type equations, following the discovery of multi-soliton solutions, infinite number of conservation laws and the Inverse Scattering Transform in the 1960s and 1970s. In the 1980s new ideas came via integrable field theories and connections with harmonic maps and differential geometry were re-established. Links with other areas of mathematics - algebraic geometry, twistor theory, self-duality, representation theory, number theory, enumerative geometry, Gromov-Witten theory and Topological Quantum Field Theories grew in the 1990s and through into the 21st Century. The aim of the Symposium is to bring together leading international researchers in the various sub-fields of integrable systems, concentrating primarily on the mathematical aspects of the theory.
 Topics Integrable Systems, Differential Geometry, Algebraic Geometry, Solitons.
 Contact Maciej Dunajski, Jenya Ferapontov, Ian Strachan; Email:
 Related subject(s) Calculus, Differential Equations and Integration; Geometry and Topology
8.NEB 17 - Recent developments in Gravity
 Dates 19 Sep 2016 → 22 Sep 2016
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 LocationMykonos, Greece
 Abstract The 17th NEB conference on “Recent Developments in Gravity” will be held in Mykonos, Greece, from the 19th to the 22th of September 2016. NEB17 is an international conference devoted to all aspects of Relativity, Gravitation and Cosmology, which is organized every two years by the Hellenic Society for Relativity, Gravitation and Cosmology. NEB17 will focus on recent developments in several areas: gravitational waves, relativistic astrophysics, alternative theories of gravity, mathematical relativity, relativistic cosmology and quantum gravity.
 Related subject(s) Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology; High Energy Physics, Particles and Fields
9.ICERM Semester Program on Singularities and Waves In Incompressible Fluids
 Dates 30 Jan 2017 → 05 May 2017
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 LocationProvidence, United States
 Abstract Incompressible fluids are an abundant source of mathematical and practical problems. The question of global-in-time regularity versus finite-time singularity formation for incompressible fluids, governed by the Navier-Stokes or Euler equations, has been one of the most challenging outstanding problems in applied PDE. There have also been new developments in the study of the onset of turbulence due to linear and nonlinear instabilities in incompressible fluids. Interfacial and surface water waves are physical phenomena that, in addition to the challenges outlined above, involve the evolution of free boundaries. These problems embody many of the mathematical challenges found in studies of nonlinear PDEs.

Progress on these topics is possible because of advances in analysis, numerical computations and physical experiments. In addition, ocean field observations provide a reality test to all conclusions and invite new problems to be addressed. In this program, we provide a venue for interaction among researchers engaged in all of these problem-solving techniques to focus on topics arising in incompressible fluids.

Topics of particular interest include: singularity formation, stability and bifurcation; the modeling and analysis of simplified phenomenological models for the description of coherent structures; and time-dependent and steady free boundary problems including water waves, vortex sheets, capillary problems with contact lines and viscous waves with boundary layers.

 Contact Danielle Izzi; Phone: [401-863-5030]; Email:
 Related subject(s) Applied Mathematics (in general); Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers

Last updated: 07 November 2015