BARCELONA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS

BARCELONA GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS

BGSMath is a collaborative initiative of the research groups in mathematics in CRM, UAB, UB, UPC and UPF.

Our primary objective is to provide doctoral and postdoctoral training at the highest level in an international environment.

BGSMath is a “Unit of Excellence Maria de Maeztu”, a distinction from the Spanish government which carries a 2,000,000€ grant.

BGSMath is a collaborative initiative of the research groups
in mathematics in CRM, UAB, UB, UPC and UPF.

Our primary objective is to provide doctoral and postdoctoral training
at the highest level in an international environment.

BGSMath is a “Unit of Excellence Maria de Maeztu”,
a distinction from the Spanish government which carries a 2,000,000€ grant.

LATEST NEWS

2nd Joint BMS-BGSMath Junior Meeting (Berlin on June 26-28)

2nd Joint BMS-BGSMath Junior Meeting (Berlin on June 26-28)

The Junior Meetings were launched in October 2017, with the first edition held in Barcelona, to create strong scientific exchange, strengthen research collaboration between the respective maths communities, and enhance the multicultural environment of both graduate schools.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Quantum Error-Correcting Codes

We will focus for a large part of the course on stabiliser codes which have an analogue in classical error-correcting codes. This will give us an opportunity to delve into classical error-correction too and it will turn out that some constructions of quantum codes can be lifted from the classical case.
Lecturers: Simeon Ball (UPC) and Felix Huber (ICFO)
January 21st and 23rd, 2020. Two sessions of two hours each day of the course (morning/afternoon).
UPC

An Invitation to p-adic Methods in Number Theory

Since their introduction by Kurt Hensel in 1897, p-adic numbers have become ubiquitous in number theory, as they provide a way to use analytic techniques in arithmetic problems. These play a key role in most of modern results in number theory, such as Fermat’s Last Theorem, the known cases of the Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture, or the proof of the Sato-Tate conjecture. These lectures, aimed at a broad audience, aim to introduce several techniques that illustrate their power.

Dates: starting the week of the 23rd of March, 2020.

Calls

Ph.D. and Postdoctoral positions to join the BGSMath groups. 

Awards and Distinctions

BGSmath faculty distinguished with awards.

Research areas

Areas of mathematics represented at BGSMath.

Doctoral programs

Master and Ph.D. programs at the BGSMath units.

Be part of BGSMath

Join us and receive information about our activities.

ERC grants

ERC grants awarded to BGSMath faculty.

Students and Postdocs

Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows at BGSMath units.

Graduate courses

BGSMath doctoral and postdoctoral training programs.

Faculty

BGSMath faculty and their research.

Calls

Ph.D. and Postdoctoral positions to join the BGSMath groups. 

Awards and Distinctions

BGSmath faculty distinguished with awards.

Students and Postdocs

Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows at BGSMath units.

Research areas

Areas of mathematics represented at BGSMath.

Doctoral programs

Master and Ph.D. programs at the BGSMath units.

ERC grants

ERC grants awarded to BGSMath faculty.

Be part of BGSMath

Join us and receive information about our activities.

Graduate courses

BGSMath doctoral and postdoctoral training programs.

Faculty

BGSMath faculty and their research.

The Maths Tree (El árbol de las matemáticas) is a joint initiative by the Spanish Royal Mathematical Society (RSME) and the Uni>ersia Foundation that collects the profiles of mathematicians throughout the Latin American and Iberian context. The mathematicians that appear are relevant for their research in Mathematics or applied Mathematics, and are role models for young mathematicians.