Small meetings and workshops

Professor Hoare's lecture

Warsaw, November 25, 2013

Environments' PDE

Białka Tatrzańska, February 3-8, 2013

The conference Environments PDE is a direct continuation of meetings held in Bialka Tatrzanska four and two years ago. The scientific scope of the meeting is quite interdisciplinary. The topics to be covered spread from the theory and mathematical modelling in fluid mechanics through hyperbolic conservation laws and their applications to epidemiology and cancer modelling.

The conference is oriented mostly on young researchers who will have an opportunity to exchange ideas with each other as well as with more experienced scientists, present their own results and attend lectures given by renowned experts in above mentioned fields. The confirmed keynote speakers are Rinaldo Colombo (Brescia), Antonin Novotny (Toulon) and Milan Pokorny (Prague).

Organizers: Tomasz Piasecki, Piotr Minakowski, Filip Klawe

Scientific Committee: Eduard Feireisl, Piotr Gwiazda, Piotr Mucha, Agnieszka Świerczewska-Gwiazda


The conference is supported by WCMCS

Professor Choe's seminar

Warsaw, February 25, 2013

Workshop on Opetopes, Opetopic Sets, and Opetopic Categories

Warsaw, March 8-9 and 15-16, 2013

Grothendieck's Theorem, past and present

Warsaw, April 19, 2013

Zariski multiplicity conjecture

Warsaw, May 1-31, 2013

The purpose of this working group is to discuss a famous conjecture of O. Zariski (so-called `Zariski's multiplicity conjecture') about the topological invariance of the multiplicity of a complex hypersurface singularity. More precisely, let f; g : (C^n; 0) -> (C; 0) be reduced germs of holomorphic functions. (We do not assume that f and g have an isolated singularity at 0.) We suppose that f and g are topologically V -equivalent, that is, there is a germ of homeomorphism ': (C^n; 0) -> (C^n; 0) sending the hypersurface (g=0) onto the hypersurface (f=0). The Zariski multiplicity conjecture says that, under these conditions, f and g have the same multiplicity at 0.

Organizers: Stanislaw Jeneczko, Zbigniew Jelonek

Teachers: Christophe Eyral

Geometric Group Theory Student Workshop 2013

Będlewo, May 5-9, 2013

This workshop is aimed mainly at students (PhD and undergraduate) interested in geometric group theory and will take place in Będlewo (near Poznań) from the 5th until the 9th of May 2013.

The scientific programme will consist of a few lecture series and shorter talks given by the participants about their current research interests. The event will have a rather informal atmosphere, with plenty of time for discussions and interactions between the participants.

Organizers: Marcin Kotowski, Michał Kotowski, Tomasz Prytuła, Piotr Przytycki, Paweł Zawiślak

Scientific Committee/Teachers: Łukasz Grabowski, Marcin Kotowski, Michał Kotowski, Piotr Przytycki


Lie systems: theory, generalizations, applications

Warsaw, May 20-24, 2013

The theory of Lie systems analyzes a class of systems of first-order ordinary differential equations, the so-called Lie systems, whose general solutions can be described in terms of a generic finite family of particular solutions and a set of constants, by a certain function, the superposition rule. Their interesting geometric features give rise to important tools and have originated new mathematical techniques and notions used for investigating differential equations.

The program of our working group focused on the study of Lie systems, their generalizations, and applications in both, mathematics and physics. In addition, our plan entails the analysis of problems related to symplectic and Poisson geometry, quantum mechanics, and supergeometry.

More specifically, we will work on:

  • Lie-Hamilton systems.
  • Lie symmetries, Lax pairs and the Painlevé property.
  • Quasi-Lie systems and their applications.
  • Geometry of differential equations on supermanifolds.
  • Dirac-Lie systems.
  • Lie systems on k-symplectic manifolds.
  • Lie systems on Riemannian manifolds.
  • Lie systems on algebroids.

Organizers: Janusz Grabowski (IMPAN, POLAND), Javier de Lucas (Warsaw University, POLAND)

Scientific committee: J. F. Cariñena  (Zaragoza University, SPAIN), F. J. Herranz (University of Burgos, SPAIN), E. Martinez (Zaragoza University, SPAIN), C. Sardón  (Salamanca University, SPAIN), S. Vilariño (Centro Universitario de la Defensa, SPAIN)


IV Interdyscyplinarne Warsztaty Matematyczne

Będlewo, May 24-16, 2013

Nonlinearities 2013

Małe Ciche, June 11-15, 2013

Our seminar is devoted to discussion of problems in functional analysis, probalility, calculus of variations and PDEs. Our purpose is to discuss the links between those research areas from point of view of their applications in PDEs. We plan series of lectures and a poster session.

Organizers and scientific committee: Agnieszka Kalamajska (University of Warsaw, Poland), Pavel Drábek, Gabriela Holubová, Petr Nečesal (University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic), Piotr Kalita (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland).


CNRS-PAN Mathematics Summer Institute

Kraków, July 1-7, 2013

The meeting will review recent results in the area of discrete and continuous probability/stochastics intertwined with related problems and methods of mathematical analysis. Besides a number of presentation by international participants, the meeting will include two 6 hrs mini-courses (suitable for PhD students and young researchers).


The meeting is supported by WCMCS.

C*-algebras and Banach algebras

Warsaw, July 8-12, 2013

The  C*-algebras and Banach algebras meeting is planned as a part of activities of the Quantum groups, operators and non-commutative probability research network involving the Lancaster University, University of Leeds and IMPAN. The speakers will include Marek Bożejko* (University of Wrocław), H.Garth Dales (Lancaster University), Matthew Daws (Leeds University), Niels Laustsen (Lancaster University), Anna Pelczar-Barwacz (Jagiellonian University), Grzegorz Plebanek (University of Wrocław), Stephen Power* (Lancaster University), Marcin Sabok (IMPAN), Piotr Sołtan (University of Warsaw), Stephen Trotter (Leeds University) and Stanisław Lech Woronowicz (University of Warsaw) We plan 2 days of lectures and three days of research activities in smaller groups.  (* To be confirmed)


Organizers: Matthew Daws (Leeds), Garth Dales (Lancaster), Piotr Koszmider (IMPAN), Adam Skalski (IMPAN)


The meeting is supported by WCMCS

Asymetric Zero sum stochastic games under partial observation

Warsaw, July 11, 2013

Asymmetric information is a one of open problems in modern stochastic game theory. We have for simplicity two players, which have different information: one has full information while the second one only partial (corrupted by a noise) or delayed. Natural questions concern existence of the value of such zero sum game for various kinds of control. The purpose of the research group is to study such problem from various perspectives organizing in the meantime brainstorm meetings gathering of the main specialists of the stochastic game theory in Poland.

Organizers/teachers: Arnab Basu (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore), Łukasz Stettner (IMPAN)


Topology and Nonlinear Problems

Warsaw, August 11 - 17, 2013

The aim of the meeting - held to mark the 80th birthday of Prof. Kazimierz Gęba - will be to discuss and review recent developments in topics lying on the borderline of Topology, Fixed Point Theory and Nonlinear Analysis.

Organizers: Andrzej Granas (Chairman), Maciej Starostka (Secretary), Bogdan Bojarski, Henryk Żołądek

Scientific Committee: Andrzej Granas, Cezary Bowszyc, Bogdan Bojarski


51st School of Illustrative Mathematics "Models"

Nadarzyn, August 29 - September 1, 2013

The 51st School of Illustrative Mathematics is devoted to various models appearing in mathematics and related fields. Among many others, there will be talks considering the Standard Model of particle physics, models of phase transitions, hydrodynamics, various models of hyperbolic plane, geometric model of hyperspace of compact sets.

Teachers: Marek Napiórkowski, Krzysztof Meissner, Marcin Bobieński, Tomasz Cieślak , Joanna Jaszuńska, Leszek Kołodziejczyk, Jan Poleszczuk, Zdzisław Pogoda, Michał Krych.


Global study of differential equations in the complex domain, Polish-Japanese research group

Warsaw, September 1- 7, 2013

The main objective of the project is to continue and develop the study of linear and nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations in the complex domain by a variety of methods: formal solutions, asymptotic analysis, WBK methods, Borel and moment summability, middle convolution, methods of the theory of integrable systems and special functions. We also put special emphasis on the global study like monodromy and connection problems of linear and nonlinear ordinary differential equations.

Main topics: Formal solutions of non-kovalevskian equations, Borel summability of the heat equation on manifolds, characterization of Borel summable solutions of linear PDEs with variable coefficients, application of moment summability to study of formal solutions of PDEs; Special functions, application of the WKB method to hypergeometric equations related with some generating functions for the Multiple Zeta Values, the study of special functions via middle convolution, the hierarchies of the Painlevé equations.

Organizers: Galina Filipuk (MIMUW), Grzegorz Łysik (IM PAN), Sławomir Michalik (UKSW), Masafumi Yoshino (Hiroshima Univ.) Scientific Committee: Galina Filipuk (Warsaw Univ.), Yoshishige Haraoka (Kumamoto Univ.), Grzegorz Łysik (IM PAN), Sławomir Michalik (UKSW), Hidetoshi Tahara (Sophia Univ.), Yoshitugu Takei (Kyoto Univ.), Masafumi Yoshino (Hiroshima Univ.).


The meeting is supported by WCMCS

Power sum decompositions and apolarity, a geometric approach

Lukecin, September 1-7, 2013.

This is the 36th Autumn School in Algebraic Geometry; the schools are run every year since the late 1970's. The topic of this year school concerns classical projective geometry from the modern standpoint. There will be the following mini-courses: Alessandra Bernardi (Università di Torino), Waring problems, Secant varieties and Sylvester algorithm, Giorgio Ottaviani (Università di Firenze) Identifiability and Weak defectivity, Kristian Ranestad (Universitetet Oslo), Apolarity and the variety of sums of powers of a form.


the schools' webpage:

The school is supported by WCMCS

5th Visegrad Conference on Dynamical Systems

Olsztyn, September 2 - 6, 2013

The conference will be focused on the mathematical theory of dynamical systems with emphasis on topological dynamics, symbolic dynamics, low-dimensional dynamics and ergodic theory. Emerging subjects and applications are also welcome.

Invited speakers: Henk Bruin (Vienna, Austria), Tomasz Downarowicz (Wroclaw, Poland), Krzysztof Frączek (Torun, Poland), Eli Glasner (Tel Aviv, Israel), Gerhard Keller (Erlangen, Germany), Sergiĭ Kolyada (Kiev, Ukraine), Carlangelo Liverani (Roma, Italy), XiangDong Ye (Hefei, China).


Tatra Mountains and Physics

Małe Ciche, September 15-22, 2013

The school will be devoted to certain aspects of equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical physics. We plan to have three 6-hour and two 3-hour talks. The aim of the school is to introduce to math students basic concepts and models of statistical physics, research trends, and open problems. We do not assume any knowledge of statistical physics.

Organizers: Maciej Borodzik (MIMUW), Piotr Nayar (MIMUW), Jacek Miękisz (MIMUW)

Scientific Committee/Teachers, Lecturers: Radosław Adamczak (University of Warsaw), Piotr Nayar (University of Warsaw), Jacek Miękisz (University of Warsaw), Jan Wehr (University of Arizona)


Okounkov bodies and Nagata type conjectures

Warsaw, September 22-28, 2013

The focus of the workshop is the theory of linear series on projective varieties. This is a vast and traditional research area in algebraic geometry with many facets, of which the workshop will concentrate on specific two that have recently attracted a lot of attention and witnessed new significant developments. Namely, we plan to discuss the theory of Newton-Okounkov bodies whose systematic study has been recently initiated and has witnessed a rapid development in both theory and applications ever since. In addition, to becoming fundamental to the study of positive line bundles and uniting interesting work coming from projective and complex analytic geometry, this new circle of ideas has found many application outside algebraic geometry, for instance in combinatorics and representation theory.

Participants: Ciro Cilberto (Roma), Thomas Eckl (Liverpool), Lawrence Ein (Chicago), Andreas Leopold Knutsen (Bergen), Alex Kuronya (Freiburg / Budapest), John Lesieutre (MIT), Victor Lozovanu (Paris), Rick Miranda (Fort Collins), Yusuf Mustopa (Ann Arbor), Gianluca Pacienza (Strasbourg), Piotr Pokora (Cracow), Piotr Pragacz (Warsaw), Tomasz Szemberg (Cracow), David Schmitz (Marburg), Damiano Testa (Warwick).


Analysis and Probability

Warsaw, October 13-26 and December 1-15, 2013

The main goal of the meeting is to present research of two teams of mathematicians: the Warsaw group of Rafał Latała (concentration of measure, functional inequalities in probability) and the Wrocław group of Ewa Damek (multidimensional random recursions and branching processes) and to start possibly a joint research. A number of seminar talks and informal discussions is planned.

Organizers: Ewa Damek (Wroclaw) and Rafal Latala (Warszawa)

Participants: Dariusz Buraczewski, Ewa Damek, Konrad Kolesko, Rafał Latała,
Piotr Nayar and Krzysztof Oleszkiewicz.


Data driven application of Bayesian approach and Monte Carlo Markov Chain methods to estimation of HIV prevalence in Europe

Warsaw, December 3 - 4, 2013.

The mathematical analysis of systems describing disease spread is of high importance for public health, especially for diseases for which the epidemic is not easily observable and only indirect sources of data exist. The mathematical models can help to understand the evolution of diseases, estimate unknown parameters and predict the course of epidemic. The workshop will concentrate on applying Bayesian approach to use available data relating to HIV epidemic in the UK, Holland, Italy, Spain and Poland to inform models' parameters (evidence synthesis). The core of this method consists in considering the probability distributions in place of coefficients which are not a priori known. With the use of the Bayes theorem and asymptotical methods based on Markov Chain Monte Carlo algorithms the posterior distributions are obtained.

Tentative speakers: Daniela De Angelis, Anne Presanis, Stefano Conti, Barbara Suligoi, Vincenza Regine, Mercedes Dies, Magdalena Rosinska

More details: meeting description and agenda

Winter School "Dynamical Systems in Physics"

Krynica Zdrój, January 2nd - January 8th, 2014

Lectures: Geometry of Monge distributions (Gutt, Nurowski), Classification of distributions (Krynski), Kinematics of the falling cat (Pietrzkowski), Vector distributions and kinematics reduction (Respondek), Distributions in robotics (Tchon).

Nonlinear differential equations: analysis, discretization methods, and applications

Warsaw, January, 16 - 17, 2014

Senior participants: Etienne Emmrich, Piotr Mucha,  Piotr Gwiazda, Petra Wittbold; junior participants: Agnieszka Świerczewska Gwiazda, Aneta Wróblewska-Kamińska,  Ewelina Zatorska, Alexandra Zimmermann, doctoral students: Filip Klawe, Piotr Minakowski.

Organizer: Filip Klawe

This meeting will be held in the framework of Linkage Programme funded by Alexander von Humboldt Foundations. We plan to evaluate the program at the present stage and to continue our joint work on nonlinear differential equations with focus on wellposedness, discretization methods and applications. The schedule is divided into thematic blocks in such a way that scientists from the German and the Polish sides, including the junior researchers and the PhD students, cooperate on each of the four main topics:

1. Quasilinear equations in Orlicz spaces.

2. Numerical and computational problems of plasticity.

3. Compressible Navier-Stokes system for mixtures.

4. Renormalized solutions to parabolic problems. 

While each topic focuses on a different nonlinear problem they are unified by the use of common techniques.

Seminar on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems

Cracow, January 23 - 26, 2014

Organizer: M. Rams

Follow the Flow: Analysis, Numerics and Applications

Białka Tatrzańska, February, 23 - 28, 2014

The scientific scope of the conference covers various aspects of fluid mechanics. Topics spread from the theory of mathematical analysis of PDE's through modelling and numerics to applications.

The conference is oriented mostly on young researchers who will have an opportunity to exchange ideas with each other as well as with more experieced scientists, present their own results and attend lectures given by renowned experts in above mentioned fields. The confirmed keynote speakers are Eduard Feireisl (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic), Grzegorz Karch (Wroclaw), Maria Lukacova-Medvidova (Johannes Gutenberg - Universität Mainz) and Thomas Richter (Ruprecht Karls Universität Heidelberg). 

Organizers: Agnieszka Ulikowska. 

Conference web page:

Workshop on Economic and Computational Aspects of Game theory and Social Choice

Warsaw, March 14 - 15, 2014

Organizers: K. Apt, M. Dziubiński, T. Michalak, H. Sosnowska.

The aim of the Workshop is to bring together researchers from Poland and abroad who specialize in game theory and social choice, including their computational aspects. The Workshop will provide them with a forum for presenting their research to an audience with expertise in computer science and economics, as well as for informal discussions.

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The Preparatory School to 16th Lecture of A.Jankowski

Toruń, April 11 - 13, 2014

Organizer: Andrzej Weber

Wandering Seminar in Dynamical Systems

Warsaw, April, 24 - 27, 2014

Organizers: M.Rams, K.Baranski, D.Kwietniak

Wandering seminar is an initiative, which aims at integrating ergodic theory and dynamical systems research groups in Poland. The idea is to organise mini-conferences/workshops a few times each year. These meeting are to be devoted to actual research topics in our area.

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2 Konferencja Naukowa Koła Finansów i Ubezpiecze ́ n MIMUW ”Opcje, fundusze, rezerwy”

Warsaw, April 25-26,2014

Follow the information on the main page of the organizers at

1st European Meeting on Algorithmic Challenges of Big Data (ACBD 2014)

Warsaw, May 5-7, 2014

Lokal Organizer: Piotr Sankowski, Marcin Mucha

Tackling the challenges of big data is one of the most active research areas in computer science, both theoretical and practical. The goal of the workshop is to consolidate the European research community in this area, discuss recent advances, understand current trends, identify understudied areas, and formulate new directions for further investigation.

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Around Hardy and Poincare inequalities

Warsaw, May 14, 2014

Organizer: A. Kałamajska

Here is a poster.

Vector distributions and related geometry

Warsaw, June 1 - 7, 2014

Organizators: B. Jakubczyk, W. Kryński, P. Nurowski, B. Warhurst

Main topics include:

  • Geometry and invariants of distributions;
  • Parabolic geometries and symmetries;
  • Control systems and non-holonomic constraints;
  • Sub-Riemannian problems.

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Cryptography and Information Security

Warsaw, June 5 - 6, 2014

Organizers: Jacek Pomykala 

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Transport in the Space of Measures: Analysis, Numerics and Applications

Warsaw, June 6 - 7, 2014

Organizers: A. Ulikowska

Konferencja Władz Uczelnianych Matematyki i Informatyki KWUMI 2014

Warsaw, June 13-14, 2014

Organizers: S. Janeczko

Please follow the programme and all information on the main page of conference.

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Triangulated categories in algebra, geometry and topology

Warsaw, June 16-18, 2014

Organizers: A. Bodzenta, A. Langer;webpage:

From Poisson brackets to universal quantum symmetries

Banach Center, August, 18 - 22, 2014

Organizers: N. Ciccoli, P. M. Hajac, T. Maszczyk, R. Nest, A. Sitarz

 The subject of the conference is at the intersection of differential geometry, abstract algebra, functional analysis (in particular operator algebras), topology and mathematical physics.

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LII Szkoła Matematyki Poglądowej

Białobrzegi, August, 28 - 31, 2014

Organizers: dr Wiktor Bartol, dr Mirosław Jakubiak, dr Dominik Kwietniak, dr Michał Szostakiewicz

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IX Forum on Partial Differential Equations

Będlewo, September 1 - 5, 2014

Organizers: P. Biler, G. Karch, P. B. Mucha, D.Pilarczyk 

For more information regarding this conference please visit the wab page:

37th Autumn School in Algebraic Geometry - Topics in characteristic p>0 and p-adic geometry

Łukęcin, September 7 - 13,2014

Organizes: A. Langer; A. Bodzenta


  • Bhargav Bhatt (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA)
  • Hélène Esnault (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)


The lectures will focus on two related topics: p-adic Hodge theory (B.B.) and D-modules in positive characteristic and deformations of algebraic cycles (H.E.).

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Groups and Topology [part of DMV-PTM Meeting]

Będlewo, September 15 - 19, 2014

Organizers: Tadeusz Januszkiewicz, Holger Reich,

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Knot Theory (part of DMV-PTM MEETING)

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Józef H. Przytycki, Oliver Dasbach, Paweł Traczyk,

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Computational Logic [part of DMV-PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Stephan Kreutzer, Lidia Tendera, Pawel Urzyczyn

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Nonlinear Evolution Equations and their Applications [part of DMV - PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Bogdan Matioc, Agnieszka Swierczewska-Gwiazda, Joachim Escher, Christoph Walker

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Nonlinear PDEs with applications in materials science and biology [PART OF dmv-ptm Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Piotr Gwiazda, Anna Marciniak-Czochra 

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Geometric analysis and related topics [part of DMV-PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Ernst Kuwert, Paweł Strzelecki, Heiko von der Mosel,

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Mathematical models for biological invasion [part of DMV-PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Urszula Foryś, Andreas Deutsch, 

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Multivariate stochastic modelling in finance, insurance and risk management [part of DMV-PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Piotr Jaworski, Matthias Scherer, Fabrizio Durante,

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Arithmetic Geometry [part of DMV - PTM Meeting]

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Wojciech Gajda, Juerg Kramer, Remke Kloostermann, Adrian Langer,

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SPDE: stochastic analysis and dynamics (part of DMV-PTM Meeting)

Poznań, Sepmeber 17 - 20, 2014

Organizers: Jerzy Zabczyk, Peter Imkeller,

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Quaternion-Kähler manifolds and related structures in Riemannian and algebraic geometry (part of DMV-PTM MEETING)

Poznań, September 18-19, 2014

Organizers: Jarosław Buczyński, Uwe Semmelmann, Frederik Witt,

Metrics of special holonomy are of central interest both in Riemannian and algebraic geometry. This thematic session is devoted to the interplay between the special holonomy metrics of quaternion type and their algebraic counterparts arising via the twistor space construction. In particular, we aim to bring together both Riemannian and algebraic geometers.

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Variational methods in geometric function theory and nonlinear elasticity

Warsaw, October 10 - December 10, 2014

These lectures are about Sobolev mappings of domains in the Euclidean n-space (also n-manifolds) which satisfy certain nonlinear partial differential equations. They appear naturally in Geometric Function Theory as quasiconformal mappings and in Materials Science as hyperelastic deformations; that is, mappings (predominantly homeomorphisms) which minimize a given energy integral. The central issues are: existence, uniqueness and regularity of the energy-minimal deformations, also the associated phenomena such as occurence of cracks and fractures. 

The mail lecterer:

- Prof. Tadeusz Iwaniec - University of Syracuse (USA)


Warsaw, October 16-18, 2014

Organizers: Piotr Mucha, Piotr Rybka, Michał Łasica

 The main lecturers:

  • Matteo Boforte, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
  • Markus Grasmair, Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige Universitet, Trondheim
  • Jose Mazon, Universitat de Valencia
  • Salvador Moli, Universitat de Valencia
  • Raffaella Servadei, Universita della Calabria
  • Vaughan Voller, University of Minnesota
  • Milena Matusik, Uniwersytet Gdanski
  • Monika Muszkieta, Politechnika Wrocławska

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Variable exponent theory and applications

Warsaw, Banach Center, October, 26 - 29, 2014

Organizer: T. Adamowicz 

The goal of the meeting is to bring together specialists on variable exponent theory and its applications. 

Topics of presentations include:

  1. Theory of variable exponent Sobolev and Hölder spaces.
  2. Maximal operator on Musielak-Orlicz spaces.
  3. The p(·)-Laplace equation and its generalizations.
  4. Geometry of p(·)-harmonic functions: Harnack inequalities and boundary Harnack inequalities.
  5. Multiplicity of solutions and existence of positive solutions for equations with nonstandard growth.
  6. Parabolic problems with variable exponent growth.


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Workshop: Singularities and Nonlinear ODEs

Warsaw, November 7 - 9, 2014

Organizers: Marcin Bobienski and Galina Filipuk (University of Warsaw).

The goal of the workshop is to bring together the specialists in nonlinear ODEs. The topics include Painleve equations, monodromy of the differential equations, differential Galois theory and others.

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Workshops on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems

Cracow, November 20-23, 2014

Organizers: Dominik Kwietniak (UJ), Piotr Oprocha (AGH), Michał Rams (IMPAN)

The mail lecturers:

  • Henk Bruin
  • Mike Todd

BioFizMat 1

Warsaw, December, 11 - 13, 2014

Organizers: Jacek Miekisz (MIMUW), Ryszard Rudnicki (IMPAN)

Invited speekers:

  • Urszula Foryś      (mathematics, MIMUW)
  • Tomasz Lipniacki   (biology/physics, IPPT)
  • Michał Startek       (bioinformatics, PhD Student MISDOMP)
  • Janusz Uchmański  (biology, UKSW)
  • Paweł Zwoleński    (mathematics, PhD Student IMPAN)

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StringMasters 2015

Warsaw, February 2 - 4, 2015

StringMasters was established with the aim of bringing together researchers in string algorithms at all levels (senior, junior, especially graduate students) to study current problems of particular theoretical and practical interest. It is informal, with no scheduled presentations, entirely devoted to new research resulting from the interactions among the participants. StringMasters has taken place once to three times per year since 2007.

Its research relates closely to many applications of stringology including: Indexing, String Matching, String Combinatorics, Algorithms and Data Structures for Strings, Bioinformatics, Computational Genomics, Data Mining, Big Data, Internet Issues, Natural Language Processing, Automata Theory, Network Security, Musical Analysis, Lossless and Lossy Data Compression. StringMasters welcomes participants with interests in any aspect of string algorithms, theoretical or applied.

Scientific Committee: Maxime Crochemore (King's College London), Jackie Daykin (King's College London, Paweł Gawrychowski (Warsaw Univ.), Costas Iliopoulos (King's College London), Jakub Radoszewski (Warsaw Univ.), Wojciech Rytter (Warsaw Univ.), Bill Smyth (McMaster Univ.), Tomasz Waleń (Warsaw Univ.)


IV Wiosenna Szkoła z Analizy im. Aleksandra Pełczyńskiego

Bedlewo, March 5 - 8, 2015

organizers: Michał Wojciechowski

It will be a four-days event, in principle for students of higher years of master studies and Phd students.

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Algebraic Geometry, Warsaw 1960 - 2015

Warsaw, March 18 - 21, 2015

The aim of the meeting is to celebrate awarding the honorary doctorate of the University of Warsaw to Professor Andrzej Szczepan Bialynicki-Birula who is the founder of the algebraic geometry group in Warsaw.


Organizer: A. Langer

Theory of Cryptography Conference 2015

Warsaw, March 23 - 25, 2015

Organizers: S. Dziembowski

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Szkoła Przygotowawcza z Topologii Symplektycznej

Olsztyn, March 27 - 29, 2015

Organizer: A. Weber

Topologia symplektyczna w ostatnich dwóch dekadach była bardzo intensywnie rozwijana. Stała się pomostem pomiędzy geometrią algebraiczną a topologią algebraiczną. Zagadnienia związane z monodromią i grupą podstawową rozmaitości symplektycznych będą w centrum naszego zainteresowania.

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Quantum Probability, Groups and Geometry

Warsaw, April 7 - 11, 2015

Organizers: A. Skalski, P. Koszmider, G. Dales, M. Daws

The speakers will include:

  • Alexander Belton (Lancaster University),
  • Uwe Franz (Universite Franche-Comte),
  • Michał Gnacik (University of Portsmouth),
  • Piotr Hajac (IMPAN), Robin Hillier (Lancaster University),
  • Mateusz Jurczyński (Lancaster University),
  • Paweł Kasprzak (University of Warsaw),
  • Martin Lindsay* (Lancaster University),
  • Andrzej Łuczak (University of Łódź),
  • Michael Ulrich (Universite Franche-Comte),
  • Anna Wysoczańska-Kula (University of Wrocław)
  • Janusz Wysoczański (University of Wrocław).

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Working group on projective geometry and syzygies

Warsaw, April 9 - 11, 2015

Organizing committe: Piotr Pragacz, Michał Kapustka, Kangjin Han, Sijong Kwak

Among topics that will be discussed at our meeting are:

  • Explicit construction of Calabi--Yau, Hyperkahler manifolds and surfaces of general type;
  • Projections and syzygies;
  • Moduli space of sheaves;
  • Special vector bundles;
  • Lines on surfaces.

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"Global dynamics in evolutionary PDEs" on the occasion of Profesor Lukaszewicz's 60-th birthday

Warsaw, April 17 - 18, 2015

Organizer: W. Sadowski Speakers:

  • Piotr BILER, Wrocław, Poland
  • Hugo BEIRAO DA VEIGA, Pisa, Italy
  • Tomas CARABALLO, Sevilla, Spain
  • Jan CHOLEWA, Katowice, Poland
  • Tomasz CIEŚLAK, Warszawa, Poland
  • Tomasz DŁOTKO, Katowice, Poland
  • Piotr KALITA, Kraków, Poland
  • Grzegorz KARCH, Wrocław, Poland
  • Wojciech KRYSZEWSKI, Toruń, Poland
  • Jose LANGA, Sevilla, Spain
  • Grzegorz ŁUKASZEWICZ, Warszawa, Poland
  • Cristian MORALES RODRIGO, Sevilla, Spain
  • Piotr MUCHA, Warszawa, Poland
  • Konstantin PILECKAS, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • James ROBINSON, Warwick, United Kingdom
  • Jose RODRIGO, Warwick, United Kingdom
  • Piotr RYBKA, Warszawa, Poland
  • Witold SADOWSKI, Warszawa, Poland
  • Mikołaj SIERŻĘGA, Warszawa, Poland
  • Agnieszka ŚWIERCZEWSKA-GWIAZDA, Warszawa, Poland
  • Dariusz WRZOSEK, Warszawa, Poland
  • Wojciech ZAJĄCZKOWSKI, Warszawa, Poland

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Why bases are basic ?

Warsaw, April 20 - 24, 2015

Organizers: Yuriy Tomilov

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Kombinatoryka i grupy

Bedlewo, April 21 - 23, 2015

Organizers: Sylwia Antoniuk, Tadeusz Januszkiewicz, Damian Osajda


The aim of the conference is to allow researchers working within the domains of combinatorics and group theory in various centers in Poland to exchange knowledge and initiate their collaboration. People from Bialystok, Gliwice, Krakow, Poznan, Rzeszow, Szczecin, Warszawa and Wroclaw attend the meeting.

Wandering Seminar - A mini-conference on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems

Wroclaw, April 23 - 26, 2015

Organizers: Tomasz Downarowicz (PWr & IMPAN), Bartosz Frej (PWr), Dominik Kwietniak (UJ), Michal Rams (IMPAN)

Wandering Seminar is an initiative, which aims at integrating ergodic theory and dynamical systems research groups in Poland. The idea is to organise mini-conferences/workshops a few times each year.

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Bio + Fluids in Warsaw

Warsaw, April 27 - 29, 2015

Organizers: P. Gwiazda, F. Klawe, A. Świerczewska-Gwiazda

Invited Speakers:

  • Piotr Biler (University of Wrocław, Poland)
  • Miroslav Bulicek (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Rinaldo Colombo (University of Brescia, Italy)
  • Eduard Feireisl (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
  • Irena Lasiecka (University of Memphis, US)
  • Anna Marciniak-Czochra (Heidelberg University, Germany)
  • Sarka Necasova (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
  • Benoit Perthame (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
  • Milan Pokorny (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Ryszard Rudnicki (Polish Academy of Sciences)

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Second Brasilian-Polish Topology Workshop

Warsaw, April 28 - 30, 2015

Brasilian-Polish mathematical meetings which started few years ago in Poland (Torun and Warsaw) have activated a closer colaboration between topologists from these two countries and contributed to several joint results and publications. The aim of the planed workshop is to gather topologists from Brazil and Poland working in several areas in which algebraic topology methods are applied. We plan to discuss some recent results of participants and problems, as well as to specifyfurther reseach topics.

biofizmat 2

Warsaw, May 15 - 16, 2015

Organizers: J, Miekisz (MIMUW), R. Rudnicki (IMPAN)

Invited speakers:

  • Ewa Gudowska-Nowak (physics, UJ)
  • Michał Komorowski (biostatistics, IPPT)
  • Jan Kozłowski (biology, UJ)
  • Przemysław Paździorek (biomathematics, PhD student IMPAN)
  • Joanna Rencławowicz (mathematics , IMPAN)
  • Julian Zubek (informatics, PhD student CENT UW)

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Operator-theoretical approaches to energy decay and decay of correlations

Warsaw, May 25 - 29, 2015

Organizers: Yuriy Tomilov

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V Interdyscyplinarne Warsztaty Matematyczne

Bedlewo, June 5 - 7, 2015

Nadrzędnymi celami Interdyscyplinarnych Warsztatów Matematycznych są:

  1. Integracja środowiska doktorantów i młodych naukowców zajmujących się matematyką oraz wykorzystujących w swej pracy badawczej metody matematyczne.
  2. Ułatwianie nawiązywania współpracy między młodymi naukowcami zajmującymi się różnymi dziedzinami matematyki oraz pomiędzy matematykami a przedstawicielami innych nauk.
  3. Promocja własnych dziedzin matematyki wśród przedstawicieli innych dyscyplin oraz wymiana poglądów.
  4. Zachęcenie najlepszych studentów ostatnich lat studiów magisterskich do pozostania na Uczelni oraz wykorzystywania i rozwijania swych talentów na studiach doktoranckich.

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Warsaw Summer School in Probability

Warsaw, June 1 - 6, 2015

Organizers: P. Milos, R. Adamczak

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Algebraic constructions in the study of set theoretic solutions of the Yang-Baxter equation

Warsaw, June 8 - 15, 2015

Organizers: J. Okninski, E. Jespers, F. Cedo

The aim of the workshop is to discuss several problems concerning algebraic structures that naturally arise in the study of set theoretic solutions of the quantum Yang-Baxter equation. The focus will be on braces, that have already proved to be a powerful tool in this area. The main challenges are: new constructions of braces and classification problems.

Singular PDEs, analytical tools and applications

Małe Ciche k. Zakopane, June 23 - 28, 2015

Organizers: A. Kałamajska

Our seminar will be dedicated to various topics on Singularities in Partial Differential Equations and applications by a rather interdisciplinary gremium. The current seminar is the seventh in a series focused on different areas of mathematics.

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CNRS-PAN Mathematics Summer Institute

Cracow, June 26 - July 4, 2015

Organizer: Dominique Bakry (Toulouse), Szyman Peszat (Cracow), Bogusław Zegarliński (Londyn)

The meeting will review rwcwnt results ih tne area of disgrete and continuous probability/stochastics intertwined with related problems and methods of mathematical analysis.

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RST 2015 - Rough Set Theory Workshop

Warsaw, June 29, 2015

The ROUGH SET THEORY (RST) SERIES OF WORKSHOPS is devoted to the state-of-the-art and future prospects of ROUGH SETS considered from a theoretical standpoint. ROUGH SETS were introduced by Zdzisław Pawlak in the early eighties and developed further as a mathematical method of knowledge representation and processing under uncertain data and incomplete information.

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Glances at Manifolds low & high dimensional

Cracow, July 17 - 20, 2015

honouring  Krzysztof Pawałowski and András Szűcs on their 65th birthdays, and Július Korbaš, Józef H. Przytycki, Paweł Traczyk, and Robert Wolak on their 60th birthdays.

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Małe Ciche Niskowymiarowe Tatra conference in Low-dimensional topology

Małe Ciche k. Zakopane, August 16-22.2015

Organizer: M. Borodzik

The aim of the conference is to introduce students and young researchers into the field of low-dimensional topology.

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Cox Rings and Mori Dream Spaces

Lukecin, September 6 - 12, 2015

38th Antumn School in Algebraic Geometry will be devoted to Cox rings and Mori dream spaces.

Teachers: Juergen Hausen (Tuebingen) and Antonio Laface ( Concepcion), with collaboration of Simon Keicher (Tuebingen).Organizers: J. Wisniewski, J. Jelisiejew 

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Ordered Statistical Data

Bedlewo, September 20 - 25, 2015

The research group meeting provides an opportunity for personal intensive communication resulting in increased progress of joint research projects. Almost all foreign participants have joint publications and some work-in-progress with Polish people. The other candidates were proposed by our guests.

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III Meeting on Lie systems

Warsaw, September 21 - 26, 2015

The programme of our working group focuses on the study of Lie systems, their generalizations, and applications in both, mathematics and physics. In addition, our plan entails the analysis of problems related to symplectic and Poisson geometry, quantum mechanics, and supergeometry.

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Concurrency, Specification and Programming (CS&P'2015

Rzeszów, September 28-30, 2015

The Concurrency, Specification, and Programming (CSP) workshop is one of the series of seminars organised every even year by the Humboldt University of Berlin and every odd year by the University of Warsaw.

Topics of the workshop include:

  • Mathematical models of concurrency
  • Specification languages
  • Theory of programming
  • Parallel algorithms
  • Model checking and testing
  • Multi-agent systems
  • Rough sets
  • Object-oriented approaches
  • Knowledge management
  • Knowledge discovery and data mining
  • Soft computing
  • Applications

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Topology Retreat

Bedlewo, September 29 - October 3, 2015

Organizers: P. Nowak, R. Sauer

The goal of the meeting is to bring together faculty and graduate students working in Karlsruhe and Warsaw in order to collaborate on a number of topics of interest for both groups: simplicial volume, L2 Betti numbers and cohomology of groups with Banach coefficients.

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Geometric Function Theory meets Geometric Group Theory

Warsaw, October 14 - 17, 2015

Goals of the meeting are: to bring together experts in the geometric function and mapping theory and the geometric group theory, to cooperate with them, to support cooperation between IM PAN and other research groups, to present, discuss results and attract young mathematicians to the field, to develop and strengthen local research groups working in GFT and GGT.

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Anizotropia 2015

Warsaw, October 15 - 17, 2015

organizers: Piotr B. Mucha, Piotr Rybka, Łukasz Skonieczny

The workshop is intended to be a small gathering of experts giving an opportunity to exchange ideas in a relaxed atmosphere. The main theme is anisotropy in differential equations and the calculus of variations. We have the the following manifestations in mind: facets or voids.

The following speakers confirmed their participation
Mi-Ho Giga, Yoshkazu Giga, Tomasz Lewiński,
Salvador Moll, Jose Mazon, Eleftherios Ntovoris

The meeting will take place during the period October 15-17 (Thursday through Saturday) at the Institute of Matematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


Warsaw, December 04 - 05, 2015

Dwudniowe spotkanie (warsztaty) ma za zadanie integrację środowiska zajmującego się szeroko pojętą biologią obliczeniową (biomatematyką, biofizyką, bioinformatyką) oraz rozwinięcie współpracy w ramach grupy badawczej.

Zaproszone wykłady godzinne:

  • Marcin Czarnołęski (biologia, UJ)
  • Ewa Gudowska-Nowak (fizyka, UJ)
  • Tomasz Lipniacki (biomatematyka, IPPT)
  • Dariusz Wrzosek (matematyka, UW)
  • Aleksandra Falkiewicz (matematyka, doktorantka PŁ).

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Some aspects of Mathematical Biology

Bedlewo, January 28 - 30, 2016

Organizers: Monika Piotrowska (MIM UW), Marek Bodnar (MIM UW), Mirosław Lachowicz (MIM UW)

Celem spotkania badawczego jest nawiązanie bliskich naukowych kontaktów pomiędzy wybraną grupą matematyków i osobami reprezentującymi podejście biologiczne. Spotkanie będzie przeznaczone omówieniu sposobów modelowania procesów biologicznych i opracowania właściwych metod matematycznych stosowanych do opisu owych procesów.

Risk Management and Variable Selection in Very High Dimensions

Warsaw, MIMUW, March 11 - 12, 2016

Organizers: P. Jaworski

The schedule of the workshop: pdf.

Szkoła przygotowawcza do XVIII wykladu im. A.Jankowskiego

Torun, March 18 - 20, 2016

Organizers: Agnieszka Bojanowska - Jackowska (UW), Angrzej Szczepański (UG)

Wandering Seminar on Dynamical Systems and Ergodic Theory

Warsaw, April 1 - 3, 2016

Organizers: Dominik Kwietniak, Liviana Palmisano, Michal Rams

Wandering seminar is an initiative, which aims at integrating ergodic theory and dynamical systems research groups in Poland.

The theme of the course is some interplay between Fourier analysis and geometric measure theory. I begin by explaining some relations between Fourier transforms of measures and Hausdorff dimension of sets.

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Warsaw, MIMUW, April 8 - 9, 2016

Organizer: Mercin Dziubiński

Celem warsztatów jest spotkanie naukowców z placówek naukowych w Polsce oraz Polaków z zagranicy zajmujących się szeroko pojętą teorią gier. Warsztaty mają umożliwić prezentację badań i wymianę myśli między przedstawicielami dziedzin matematyki, informatyki i ekonomii.

Tematyka warsztatów obejmować będzie

  • Gry strategiczne
  • Gry kooperacyjne
  • Gry w postaci ekstensywnej
  • Gry ewolucyjne
  • Gry stochastyczne
  • Algorytmiczą teorię gier
  • Teorię wyboru społecznego
  • Teorię mechanizmów
  • Teoriogrową analizę sieci społecznych
  • Zastosowania.

EMBO-WCNM Workshop on Computational Biology 2

Jablonna, April 8 - 10, 2016

Organizer: Bartosz Wilczyński

Intencją wiosennej szkoły Jabłonna 2016 jest poszerzenie horyzontów jej młodych uczestników o szereg tematyk tworzących współczesne oblicze bioinformatyki. Naturą rzeczy zainteresowania oraz praca młodych doktorantów i magistrantów ostatnich lat zawęża się do tematyk zasugerowanych im przez opiekunów naukowych. Wiosenna szkoła będzie idealną okazją do uzupełnienia ich wiedzy, przekazanej od jej źródeł - światowej klasy naukowców.

Pushing frontiers in mathematics, the legacy of Marek Burnat

Warsaw, MIMUW, May 6 - 7, 2016

Organizer: Piotr Rybka

Konferencja upamiętnia dokonania profesora Marka Burnata, który pracował ponad 40 lat na Wydziale MIM. Pozostawił on po sobie liczne grono uczniów i współpracowników w wielu o środkach krajowych i zagranicznych. Celem konferencji jest przedstawienie matematyki uprawianej przez uczniów i naukowych spadkobierców.

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Warsaw, May 19 - 20, 2016

Organizers: Jacek Miękisz (MIMUW), Ryszard Rudnicki (IMPAN)

Dwudniowe spotkanie (warsztaty) ma za zadanie integrację środowiska zajmującego się szeroko pojętą biologią obliczeniową (biomatematyką, biofizyką, bioinformatyką ) oraz rozwinięcie współpracy w ramach grupy badawczej.

Zaproszone wykłady:

  • Marcin Czarnołęski  (biologia, UJ)
  • Jurij Kozicki (matematyka, UMCS)
  • Michał Kurzyński (biofizyka, UAM)
  • Włodzisław Duch (bioinformatyka, UMK) 
  • Monika Piotrowska (biomatematyka, UW)
  • Adam Gregosiewicz (matematyka, doktorant UMCS)


Wedrujace Seminarium z Ukladow Dynamicznych i Teorii Ergodycznej

Cracow, May 19 - 22, 2016

Organizers: Michał Rams 

Singularities of general relativity and their quantum fate

Warsaw, IMPAN, June 26 - July 1, 2016

Organizers:W. Piechocki, A. Królak, D. Garfinkle, C. Kiefer

Our idea is to cover many aspects of spacetime singularities: in particular both analytical and numerical treatments, both classical and quantum behavior of spacelike, null, and timelike singularities. 

CNRS-PAN Mathematics Summer Institute

Cracow, June 27 - July 2, 2016

Organizers: Dominique Bakry (Toulouse), Szymon Peszat (Cracow), and Boguslaw Zegarlinski (London).

The meeting will review recent results in the area of analysis/stochastics. Besides a number of presentation by international participants, the meeting will include two mini-courses (suitable for PhD students and young researchers).

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Tatry i Matematyka 2016

Małe Ciche, August 16 - 22, 2016

Organizatorami szkoły Tatry i Matematyka 2016 są Krzysztof Barański (Instytut Matematyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego), Piotr Nayar (Wharton Statistics Department, University of Pennsylvania) i Marta Strzelecka (doktorant w Instytucie Matematyki Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego).

Szkoła Tatry i Matematyka 2016 odbędzie się w miejscowości Małe Ciche koło Zakopanego w dniach 16-22 sierpnia 2016 (przyjazd 15 sierpnia po południu, wyjazd 23 sierpnia rano). Jeden dzień zostanie przeznaczony na wycieczkę górską.

Szkoła dedykowana jest studentom pierwszego, drugiego i trzeciego stopnia matematyki i informatyki. U uczestników zakładamy znajomość podstaw analizy matematycznej i algebry liniowej w zakresie pierwszego roku studiów. Pewne zagadnienia z zakresu drugiego roku studiów (rachunek prawdopodobieństwa, teoria miary) mogą mieć wpływ na poziom zrozumienia części wykładów.

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LIV Szkoła Matematyki Poglądowej "Kolorowa Matematyka"

Jachranka, August 25 - 30, 2016


  • dr Piotr Chrząstowski - Wachtel , Uniwersytet Warszawski
  • dr Mirosław Jakubiak , Uniwersytet Przyrodniczo - Humanistyczny w Siedlcach
  • dr Barbara Roszkowska - Lech, Politechn ika Warszawska
  • mgr Kamila Łyczek, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Szkoły Matematyki Poglądowej to ogólnopolskie konferencje naukowe, których celem jest propagowanie informatyki i kultury matematycznej. Odbywają się cyklicznie, zwykle dwa razy do roku, już od ponad 25 lat. Szkoły organizuje Ośrodek Kultury Matematycznej przy wsparciu matematyków z uczelni wyższych całego kraju, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego. Wśród uczestników szczególnie mile widziani są młodzi matematycy, którzy uczą bą dź chcą uczyć, w szkołach wyższych. 

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Symposium on Functional Analysis and Optimization. Stefan Rolewicz in memoriam

Warsaw, September 1 - 2, 2016

The aim is to present the current developments of selected topics of functional analysis and optimization related and inspired by the contribution of Professor Stefan Rolewicz. In particular, the following topics are within the scope of the meeting: dynamical systems – the old and new results on orbits, extreme points of convex bodies, nonsmooth analysis, abstract convexity, well posedness in optimization. 

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Workshop on Geometry of Lagrangian Grassmannians and nonlinear PDEs

Warsaw, September 5 - 9, 2016

Organizers: Jan Gutt (CFT Warsaw, Poland), Gianni Manno (Polytechnic of Turin, Italy), Giovanni Moreno (IMPAN Warsaw, Poland).

A consistent geometric theory of nonlinear PDEs can obtained by using jet bundles and their natural structures. The so–obtained framework is part of a larger scheme, involving prolongations of contact manifolds, which allows to regard any PDE as a bundle of hypersurfaces in a isotropic Grassmannian manifold. In particular, second–order nonlinear PDEs correspond to hypersurfaces in the Lagrangian Grassmannian.

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conference on occation of professor Lachowicz 60th birthday

Sandomierz, September 5 - 9, 2016

Celem spotkania badawczego jest nawiązanie bliskich naukowych kontaktów pomiędzy wybraną grupą matematyków i osobami reprezentującymi podejście biologiczne. Spotkanie będzie przeznaczone omówieniu sposobów modelowania procesów biologicznych i opracowania właściwych metod matematycznych stosowanych do opisu owych procesów.

Anisotropy 2016

Warsaw, September 7 - 9, 2016

Celem spotkania jest przedstawienie nowych wyników dotyczących osobliwych równań parabolicznych i pokrewnych zagadnień wariacyjnych. Zasadnicza motywacja dla tego typu zagadnień bierze się z modelowania wzrostu kryształów, analiz obrazów i in. Przewidujemy, że spotkanie będzie małe, przez co będzie większa szansa na dyskusje uczestników i współpracę.

Optimal Control and Related Topics

Warsaw, October 20 - 21, 2016

Organizers: A. Fryszkowski, B. Jakubczyk, J. Rencławowicz, T. Rzeżuchowski

Discuss present status of problems related to the reserch of Czesław Olech. Recent developments include: a fundamental result of Bressan and Staicu on random extremal solutions of differential inclusions, results of H. Frankowska on second order necessary optimality conditions in deterministic and stochastic control, a closed range theorem in infinite horizon optimal control (Brunovsky), controllability with vanishing energy (Zabczyk), properties of multifunctions of bounded variation (Vinter)

VI Hurwicz Workshop on Mechanism Design Theory

Warsaw, December 02 - 03, 2016

Organizers: M. Dziubiński, Ł. Stettner, J. Werner, Ł. Woźny

The aim is to bring together scholars from Poland and abroad who specialize in mathematical approach to economic theory, including, but not necessarily confined to the mechanism design theory. The Workshop has an interdisciplinary focus. Topics ranging from issues in economic theory, game theory, social choice, mathematical economics, algorithmic game theory, and computational social choice are welcome.

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Warsaw, December 2 - 3, 2016

Organizers: J. Miękisz, R. Rudnicki

This meeting will  integrate scientists working in the field of computational biology (biomathematics, biophysics, bioinformatics) and develop cooperation in the framework of a research group.

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Ideal Fluids and Transport

Warsaw, Febryary 12 - 15, 2017

Organizers: A. Świerczewska-Gwiazda, P. Gwiazda, E. Wiedemann

This international workshop will bring together experts in partial differential equations and the calculus of variations from across Europe. The broad topic will be mathematical fluid dynamics, with special emphasis on compressible Euler equations and related models transport and continuity equations and mixing incompressible fluids.

Anisotropy 2017

Warsaw, February 23 - 25, 2017

Organizers: M. Łasica (UW), S. Moll (Universitat de Valencia, IMPAN), P. Mucha (UW), P. Rybka (UW)

Anisotropy 2017 will be the sixth installment of a series of small meetings dedicated to presenting and discussion of most recent results concerning analysis of elliptic and parabolic nonlinear PDEs. We concentrate on singular and degenerate equations arising in models of image processing and materials science.

Wandering Seminar on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems

Wcroclaw, March 2 - 5, 2017

Organizers: Bartosz Frej (PWr), Dawid Huczek (PWr), Dominik Kwietniak (UJ), Michal Rams (IMPAN)

Wandering Seminar is an initiative which aims at integrating ergodic theory and dynamical systems research groups in Poland. The idea is to organise mini-conferences/workshops a few times each year. These meeting are to be devoted to actual research topics in our area.

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Nonstandard Growth Analysis and its Applications 2017

Warsaw, March 14 - 16.2017

Organizers: T. Adamowicz, P, Gwiazda, E. Maringova, I. Skrzypczak

Nonlinear differential problems of elliptic and parabolic type with nonstandard growth gain more and more international attention recently. Not only the theory of partial differential equations stated in generalized Sobolev and Orlicz setting (including variable exponent and Musielak-Orlicz setting) is of interest, but also functional analysis and harmonic analysis in these spaces are intensively investigated.

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Warsaw, March 20 - 22, 2017

Organizers: K. Kropielnicka

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together three groups: a small group of the leading international experts in quantum computations, a number of well-established and internationally recognised Polish experts in differential equations and, last but not least, a group of Polish research students. The workshop will be widely advertised in Poland and we hope to offer a number of places to Polish research students who will benefit most from this opportunity.

The ultimate goal is to create in Poland an internationally significant research effort in an area at the forefront of modern computational mathematics and replete with very important scientific and industrial applications.

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Spring School of Analysis

Będlewo, March 30 - April 2, 2017

Organizers: M. Wojciechowski

Czterodniowa intensywna szkoła przeznaczona głównie dla studentów doktoranckich oraz studentów starszych lat, w trakcie której odbędą się trzy sześco-, siedmiogodzinne mini-kursy.

Wykładowcami będą:

  • Bernd Kirchheim (Lipzig) “rank one convexity, Young measures”
  • Xavier Tolsa (Barcelona) “singular integrals, geometric measure theory”
  • Giovanni S. Alberti (Genua) “shearlet theory”

Konferencja Przygotowawcza do XIX wykładu im. A.Jankowskiego

Cracow, April 21 - 23, 2017

Organizesrs: A. Bojanowska (UW), J .Szpond (UP in Crakov), A. Szczepański (UG) 

Czym jest i czym powinna być matematyka stosowana?

Warsaw, April 21 - 22, 2017

Organizer: D. Wrzosek

Spotkanie jest integralną częścią konferencji pt. XXX-lecie Instytutu Matematyki Stosowanej i Mechaniki i jest okazją do refleksji nad jego dalszym rozwojem. 

Ordered Statistical Data

Będlewo, May 28 - June 02, 2017

Organizer: Tomasz Rychlik

Ordered statistical data is a developing branch of statistics and applied probability. It includes, among others, order and record statistics, censored data, reliability theory and survival analysis.

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CNRS-PAN Mathematics Summer Institute

Cracow, July 2 - 9, 2017

Organizers: Dominique Bakry, Szymon Peszat, Bogusław Zegarliński

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The 2nd Warsaw Summer School in Probability

Warsaw, July 03 - 07, 2017

Organizers: R. Adamczak, P. Milos

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