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

REM PRESS RELEASE: Mathematics is responsible for 10% of the Spanish GDP, according to the first study that analyzes the mathematical intensity of the Spanish economy

REM PRESS RELEASE: Mathematics is responsible for 10% of the Spanish GDP, according to the first study that analyzes the mathematical intensity of the Spanish economy

In Spain, mathematics account for 6% of the employment, while in UK, France and the Netherlands this percentage lies between 10% and 11%. Spanish industry still employs a relative low number of high-intensity mathematics professionals, such as database, finance or software design specialists. These are the most productive and faster-growing jobs. The research has been performed by Afi (Analistas Financieros Internacionales) on behalf of the Red Estratégica en Matemáticas (REM), which involves the Spanish mathematical community.
The ‘Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes’ consortium is looking for 12 PhD candidates to join the project

The ‘Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes’ consortium is looking for 12 PhD candidates to join the project

The Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes (CAFE) project is in full swing with the announcement of the call for 12 PhD Positions for the MSCA ITN CAFE: Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes. This project will train a team of experienced interdisciplinary researchers in atmospheric and oceanic processes, in extreme meteorological phenomena and tools for their prediction.
Ros-Oton, another trophy on the shelf

Ros-Oton, another trophy on the shelf

The brilliant BGSMath alumnus accrues new awards: the last recognition he has received is the “Princess of Girona Foundation Scientific Research Award 2019”.
BGSMath’s Faculty members Martínez-Seara and Guardia win ICREA Acadèmia Award

BGSMath’s Faculty members Martínez-Seara and Guardia win ICREA Acadèmia Award

Mathematicians Marcel Guardia and Maria Teresa Martínez-Seara will be able to intensify their research for five years as a result of becoming part of the ICREA Acadèmia program. “Catalan mathematics is becoming an international reference, and this prestigious award is just the last acknowledgement of this continued success”, says BGSMath Director Marta Sanz-Solé.
Juan Margalef participated in the Meeting entitled “Encounter with Science: Spanish research in the 21st Century” at the Spanish Royal House in El Pardo, Madrid

Juan Margalef participated in the Meeting entitled “Encounter with Science: Spanish research in the 21st Century” at the Spanish Royal House in El Pardo, Madrid

BGSMath Postdoctoral Fellow, Juan Margalef Bentabol, from the Mathematics Department (UPC), member of the Geometry and Dynamical Systems Lab and of the GEOMVAP group, participated in the meeting entitled “Encounter with Science: Spanish research in the 21st Century” that took place at the Pardo Palace yesterday, 21st March.

UPCOMING EVENTS

An Introduction to Equilibrium Problems and their applications

The goal of this course is to provide a comprehensive overview of the main theoretical results and solution algorithms for Ky Fan inequalities, together with a wealth of applications.
Lecturer: Mauro Passacantando (University of Pisa)

BGSMath María de Maeztu Unit of Excellence: 2015-2019 Closing Workshop

The BGSMath/MdM excellence program finishes this year. To celebrate this success story we organize in June 6, 2019 a workshop highlighting the most relevant scientific results obtained within the program in the main research areas of BGSMath. We invite all BGSMAth faculty, students and friends to participate in this event. 

Sun Tzu approach to the Riemann Hypothesis

An introduction to the Riemann Hypothesis and a panoramic overview of the conjecture.
11 – 14 June 2019. Organiser: Eva Miranda (UPC-BGSMath)
Speakers: Vicente Muñoz (University of Málaga), Ricardo Pérez Marco (CNRS & University of Paris Diderot)

BMS – BGSMath Junior Meeting 2019

The Second BMS – BGSMath Junior Meeting will take place from Wednesday 26 to Friday 28 June 2019 at Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB).

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.