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Summer School & Workshop Wisla 19

Summer School Wisla 19
Wisła, Poland
August 19 – August 29, 2019

The topic of the forthcoming school:
Differential Geometry, Differential Equations, and Mathematical Physics

The speakers will be:

Lychagin Valentin (University of Tromsø, Norway)
How to integrate differential equations. A survey on various methods of integration nonlinear differential equations based on symmetries, invariants, and differential constrains.

Roubtsov Volodya (University of Angers, France)
Introduction to symplectic and Poisson geometry of integrable systems. A survey of methods of symplectic and Poisson geometries using to integrate mechanical and Hamiltonian systems.

Slovák Jan (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Traktor calculi. An elementary introduction based on classical examples to modern invariant differential calculus related to Cartan geometries.

The ARRIVAL DAY is August 18.

The DEPARTURE DAY is August 29.
School fee is 400 EUR for Early bird registration (until June 30, 2019),
500 EUR for registration after July 1, 2019 until August 5, 2019.

The fee includes meals, accommodation (2-3 beds rooms with private bathroom) and lectures. Accommodation in a single room costs an additional 100 EUR.
To apply please send an e-mail to office@baltinmat.eu or fill the registration form.
Your request will be considered by the Organizing Committee. 

Financial Support
We expect that some support will be available to fund students and other young researchers. If you are requesting financial support, please complete the registration form and send a pdf of your CV as soon as possible.

Org. Committee:
R. Kycia, J. de Lucas, E. Schneider, J.Szmit, R.Zawadzki, M.Ulan, M. Wojnowski
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Workshop Wisla 19
Wisła, Poland
August 19 – August 29, 2019

The topic of the forthcoming workshop:
Geometrical methods in nonlinear PDEs and critical phenomena
Scientific committee: Lychagin Valentin, Laudal Arnfinn, Kushner Alexei, Roubtsov Volodya, Slovák Jan, Roulstone Ian.
The workshop is devoted to various geometrical, analytical and asymptotic methods to study solutions of nonlinear PDEs and especially to various critical phenomena such as shock waves, wavefronts, phase transitions etc. 

The ARRIVAL DAY is August 18.
The DEPARTURE DAY is August 29.

The workshop fee is 200 EUR.
The cost of accommodation expenses is 550 EUR for Early bird registration (until June 30, 2019), 650 EUR for registration after July 1, 2019 until August 5, 2019.
To apply please send an e-mail to office@baltinmat.eu or fill the registration form.
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Industry Day @ Summer School & Workshop Wisla 19
August 26 , 2019

The Industry Day, a one day event, will take place during Summer School  &  Workshop Wisla 19.  The Industry Day is aimed at creating synergy between industrial needs and mathematical technologies, where companies will propose industrial/scientific challenges to participants and will get possible solutions.

All the companies wishing to take part  please send an e-mail to office@baltinmat.eu
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Proceedings of Summer School & Workshop Wisla 19
Materials of the school and workshop will be published by Springer Nature.
The school will provide young researchers an opportunity to interact with their colleagues and well-known researchers in the field:
- each participant could make a talk about recent research or present a poster
- each participant will get an independent and constructive feedback on her/his current research and future research directions
- a decision about including participantwork to the book will be made based on experts feedback
- each participant will also be given an opportunity to improve her/his work during the school
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Lecture notes from Summer School Wisla 18 are available at the following link:
Nonlinear PDEs, Their Geometry, and Applications. Proceedings of the Wisła 18 Summer School

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Summer School & Workshop Wisla 19 is a registered satellite 
meeting of ICIAM 2019, The International Congress on Industrial and 
Applied Mathematics, to be held at Valencia(Spain),July 15-19,2019.
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Summer school Wisla 18

Wisła, Poland
August 20 – August 30, 2018save-the-date

The topic of the forthcoming school:
Nonlinear PDEs, their geometry,  and applications

The goal of the forthcoming school is to present recent results in the theory of nonlinear PDEs, their geometry, and applications. The coursers will stress a role of geometrical methods and especially methods of contact geometry to study nonlinear PDEs and methods of their integrability. Various methods of finding and using symmetries and conservation laws will be presented. Especially the following topics will be emphasized: methods of integrability and finding smooth and singular solutions (shock waves). All these methods will be illustrated by applications to fluid mechanics, field and quantum theory, etc.

The speakers will be:

• Alexei Kushner (Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia) Geometry of Monge-Ampere equations with Maple
• Valentin Lychagin (University of Tromsø, Norway) Contact Geometry and measurements
• Ian Roulstone (University of Surrey, UK) and Martin Wolf (University of Surrey, UK) Higher Geometry and Non-linear PDEs
• Volodya Rubtsov (University of Angers, France) Geometric structures associated  with Monge-Ampere operators
• Sergey Tychkov  Symbolic computations in differential geometry with Maple

Materials of the school will be published by Springer Nature.
The school will provide young researchers an opportunity to interact with their colleagues and well-known researchers in the field 
- each participant could make a talk about recent research or present a poster. 
- each participant will get an independent and constructive feedback on her/his current research and future research directions. 
- a decision about including participantwork to the book will be made based on experts feedback. 
- each participant will also be given an opportunity to improve her/his work during the school.
The ARRIVAL DAY is August 19.
The DEPARTURE DAY is August 30.


School fee is 375 EUR

The fee includes meals, accommodation (2 beds rooms with private bathroom) and lectures. 
To apply please send an e-mail to office@baltinmat.eu or fill the registration form.
Your request will be considered by the Organizing Committee. 

 

Financial Support
We expect that some support will be available to fund students and other young researchers. If you are requesting financial support, please complete the registration form and send a pdf of your CV as soon as possible.

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Organizing Committee: A. Barszcz, R. Kycia, P.Kowalski, J.Szmit, R.Szymczyk, M.Ulan
The Organizing Committee can be contacted for any question and suggestion via the e-mail address: office@baltinmat.eu
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Summer school on geometrical methods in control theory and mathematical physics.

Wisła, Poland
August 28- September  6, 2017
Organizing Committee
A. Barszcz, P.Kowalski, J.Smit, R.
Szymczyk, M.Ułan
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 The following topics are planning to discuss:

Introduction to contact geometry with applications by VALENTIN LYCHAGIN (University of Tromsø, Norway)

  1. Contact and symplectic structures on manifolds, their interaction and main examples.
  2. Contact and symplectic transformations and Lie algebras of contact and Hamiltonian vector fields. Generating functions and Poisson, Lagrange, Jacobi brackets.
  3. Lagrangian and Legendrian manifolds, caustics.
  4. Exterior algebras and analyse on contact and symplectic manifolds.
  5. Contact geometry and PDEs: Partial differential equations of the 1st order.
  6. Contact geometry and PDEs: Partial differential equations of the 2nd order.
  7. Symmetries, conservation laws, singularities and shock waves for solutions of PDEs.
  8. Contact Geometry and variational calculus.
  9. Contact Geometry and Thermodynamics. Legendrian manifolds and thermodynamic states, phase transitions.
  10. Contact structures in visual cortex and neurogeometry. Differential invariants and the problem of image recognition.

Variations, Geometry and Physics by OLGA ROSSI(University of Ostrava, Czech Republic):
We shall present foundations of the calculus of variations on manifolds.
The main focus will be on a modern setting for Euler-Lagrange and
Hamilton theory, including constraints, symmetries and conservation
laws. We shall give examples and applications in geometric mechanics and
control theory, as well as in variational field theories, and discuss
geometries arising from variational equations.

School fee* is 350 EUR
*The fee includes meals, accommodation (2 beds rooms with private bathroom) and lectures. 
To apply please send an e-mail to office@baltinmat.eu or fill the registration form.
Your request will be considered by the Organizing Committee. 

Financial Support
We expect that some support will be available to fund students and other young researchers. If you are requesting financial support, please complete the registration form and send a pdf of your CV as soon as possible.

The Organizing Committee can be contacted for any question and suggestion via the e-mail address: office@baltinmat.eu

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Satellite Thematic Session: 6th European Congress of Mathematics

Description:

Besides pure mathematics, most challenging and difficult problems in the modern mathematical and theoretical physics belong to the realm of nonlinear PDEs and related algebraic and geometrical structures. New methods of geometrical theory of PDEs, explicitly or implicitly based on Secondary Calculus and the language of differential calculus over commutative algebras, have already manifested their high efficiency in approaching above problematics.

The scope of this Thematic Session is, from one side, to discuss recent developments in the modern geometry of nonlinear partial differential equations with a special emphasis on new techniques based on Secondary Calculus, as well as the recent progress in the theory of solution singularities of nonlinear PDEs and in formal integrability theory, and, from another side, the related Poisson-like structures emerging in this context such as algebroids, multiple Lie algebra structures, etc. A special attention will be given to actual and perspective of applications to geometry, physics and mechanics.

This STS will take place on one afternoon during the 6th European Congress of Mathematics. The exact day and time as well as the venue will be set later by the Congress organizers. Participants are supposed to register to the Congress.

Speakers:

  1. A. VINOGRADOV, Levi-Civita institute, President, Italy
  2. J. GRABOWSKI, Institute of Mathematics, PAN, Poland
  3. J. KIJOWSKI, Center for Theoretical Physics, PAN, Poland
  4. M. Eugenia ROSADO MARĺA, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
  5. E. VISHNYAKOVA, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany
  6. N. PONCIN, Université du Luxembourg, Louxembourg
  7. G. MARMO, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
  8. D. CATALANO-FERRAIOLI, Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA) – Brazil
  9. GAETANO VILASI, Universitа degli Studi di Salerno, Italy

Schedule: http://www.6ecm.pl/en/programme/schedule

 Monday, July 2

Satellite Thematic Sessions – all at AGH University of Science and Technology:
16:15-20:15 (Room 12, A3)

Reports:

  1. A. VINOGRADOV
  2. J. GRABOWSKI
  3. J. KIJOWSKI
  4. GAETANO VILASI

Friday, July 6

Satellite Thematic Sessions – all at AGH University of Science and Technology:
9:00-13:00 (Room 12, A3)

Reports:

  1. M. Eugenia ROSADO MARĺA
  2. E. VISHNYAKOVA
  3. D. CATALANO-FERRAIOLI
  4. V.S. KALNITSKY*

* to be confirmed 

Abstracts

  1. A. VINOGRADOV, “Assembling Lie algebras from lieons” Abstract: Any finite-dimensional Lie algebra can be assembeled from two “elementary particles”, called lieons. This fact will be explained and illustrated together with some other results of Lie algebra “chemistry”.
  2. J. GRABOWSKI, “Tulczyjew triples in mechanics and field theories”
  3. J. KIJOWSKI, “Jets of solutions of variational PDS’s: fundamental symplectic structure and basic properties”
  4. M. Eugenia ROSADO MARĺA, “Involutivity of the Hamilton-Cartan equations of a second-order Lagrangian admitting a first-order Hamiltonian formalism”
  5. E. VISHNYAKOVA, “On the splitting problem for a complex homogeneous supermanifold”
  6. N. PONCIN, “Lie infinity algebroids, higher morphisms and symmetries”
  7. G.MARMO, TBA
  8. D. CATALANO-FERRAIOLI, “Contact Geometry of Parabolic Monge-Ampere Equations”
  9. GAETANO VILASI, “Einstein metrics with 2-dimensional Killing leaves: Geometric and Physical Aspects”

This Thematic Session is related to a satellite conference:

XV Summer Diffiety
Gdynia, Poland
16-28 July, 2012
www.levi-civita.org