BMS – BGSMath JUNIOR MEETING 2022
5-7 September, 2022
There is a registration fee* of 90 €** per participant.
**This includes registration, all coffee breaks, and the conference dinner.
The event will be held at the historical building of the University
of Barcelona (Gran Via, 585, 08007 Barcelona)
The Berlin Mathematical School (BMS) and the Barcelona Graduate School of Mathematics (BGSMath) share the common goal of striving for excellence in their doctoral and postdoctoral training programs.
In 2016, a memorandum of understanding was signed by both graduate schools in order to boost collaborative work between young researchers from both institutions. The schools declared their intention to cooperate together in initiatives aimed at promoting the mobility of and exchange between students and faculty members by way of events such as the Junior Meeting; joint summer schools; mutual visits by advanced students and postdocs of each institution; and other scientific activities.
The ultimate goal is to create a strong scientific exchange, strengthen research collaboration between the respective math communities, and enhance the multicultural environment of both graduate schools. The first edition of the BMS-BGSMath Junior Meeting was held in Barcelona in October 2017, and the second one was held in Berlin in June 2019. The third Junior Meeting aims to intensify current collaborations and create new links between the two schools.
Scientific sessions will be focused on different areas of Mathematics, trying to cover a wide range of topics and to be of interest for all the participants. No previous background in a specific area will be required to attend and understand the talks.
|Andrei Comăneci (Technische Universität Berlin)||Laurent Cantier (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)|
|Sofía Garzón (Freie Universität Berlin)||Carme Cascante (Universitat de Barcelona)|
|Jürg Kramer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)||Gyula Csato (Universitat de Barcelona)|
|Sandro Roch (Technische Universität Berlin)||Clara Cufí-Cabré (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)|
|András Tóbiás (Technische Universität Berlin)||Pau Mir (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)|
|Clément Requilé (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)|