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1–7 September 2019 2nd International Conference on Symmetry (Symmetry 2019)
2nd International Conference on Symmetry 2019 will be held in Benasque, Spain, 1–7 September 2019, which is supported by the University of Zaragoza and the MDPI journal Symmetry.
We welcome scholars, engineers, students and enterprises to join this big event, and kindly ask you to block the date in your agenda. As symmetry is a fundamental phenomenon in nature and all sciences, the event aims to bring it into focus. It will promote the discussion and interchange of cutting edge knowledge and ideas of symmetry in a variety of subjects ranging from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, to Biology.
9–14 September 2019 10th Mathematical Physics Meeting: School and Conference on Modern Mathematical Physics
19–20 November 2018 4th International Conference on Crystallography & Novel Materials
ME Conferences is excited to announce the “4th International Conference on Crystallography & Novel Materials” that will be held in November 19-20, 2018 at Bucharest, Romania. The theme of our conference is “Using Novel Materials exploring different Crystallography Techniques”. Crystallography Congress 2018 initiates a world technical crystallography congress to learn about the latest development and different techniques, as well as how to launch new applications of novel materials and technologies in crystallography.
This conference provides a perfect symposium for scientists, engineers, directors of companies and students in the field of Materials science and Crystallography to meet and share their knowledge. We will be happy to bring together experts from different countries and exchange their views, reinforce knowledge base, and learn new concepts. With the participation of outstanding international experts prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. We sincerely invite you to join us and your presence will certainly add value to the conference and very much appreciated!
9–11 October 2018 NANO IL 2018 - International Nanotechnology Conference, Jerusalem
27 August–1 September 2018 Metamaterials'2018 — The 12th International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena
3–6 July 2018 European Conference on Iteration Theory 2018
European Conference on Iteration Theory 2018 (http://www.ecit2018.org) that will be held in Murcia Spain From 3rd to 6th of July, 2018. The main topic of ECIT is iteration theory. This is a branch of mathematics and includes topics related to discrete dynamical systems and functional equations.
1–5 July 2018 Process Systems Engineering, PSE 2018
Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA, USA
MDPI will be attending the PSE2018 conference. PSE2018 is part of a series of conferences on Process Systems Engineering held every three years, rotating between Asia, Europe, and North and South America. The high quality scientific program will cover advances in core PSE topics and cross-cutting themes. The role, contributions, and future directions of PSE research addressing challenges in energy, water, manufacturing, sustainable environment, and health will be highlighted.
The following MDPI open access journals will be represented at this event:
19–23 February 2018 YKIS2018a Symposium General Relativity - The Next Generation
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
On this symposium
This is the symposium meant for the intensive symposium week on general relativity held on the 4th week of the YITP long-term workshop "Gravity and Cosmology 2018" (GC 2018). This is also meant for the Yukawa International Seminar for the fiscal year 2017 (YKIS 2018a).
29 January–9 March 2018 Gravity and Cosmology 2018
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University
Overview of this workshop
Cosmology has rapidly developed based on precision observational data. At present, the parameters in the standard cosmological model are being determined with good precision. However, physics behind the values of the parameters is still hidden in a veil of mystery. For example, we do not know what dark energy and dark matter are. While the scenario of cosmic inflation is widely accepted, the detail mechanism responsible for inflation is not known. We need to continue tackling the mysteries of the universe by using every possible means such as general relativity, statistical physics, particle physics and superstring theory.
Advanced LIGO has made the first observation of gravitational waves in 2015. In Japan, KAGURA is going to start its physics run around 2018. These gravitational wave telescopes will receive 10 - 1000 events per year from compact star mergers if these facilities achieve the expected performance. At the dawn of this gravitational wave astronomy and gravitational wave physics, innovative progress in foundation of physics is anticipated with new information to be available, which includes the birth of black hole and the test of the general relativity under the strong gravitational field. Furthermore, the observations of the gravitational waves from the astrophysical objects will eventually lead to the direct observation of the primordial gravitational waves from the inflation era. The gravitational waves will play the key roles for further development of cosmology.
Under the circumstances mentioned above, we believe that it is timely to have comprehensive but intensive discussion on the rapidly expanding frontiers of physics of gravity and cosmology, and hold "Gravity and Cosmology 2018", as a successor of the three long-term workshops held under the same title in the past (2007, 2010 and 2012).
During the workshop, participants stay at YITP with desks and other facilities. They can take ample time for discussions with other participants in a relaxed atmosphere of Kyoto.
In the 4th week, we hold a symposium, Yukawa International Seminar 2018 (YKIS 2018a) titled "General Relativity - The Next Generation ".
16–18 October 2017 Symmetry 2017: The First International Conference on Symmetry
This is our first internal conference on symmetry, organized by the MDPI journal Symmetry. It will be held in Barcelona, Spain, 16–18 October, 2017. We welcome scholars, engineers, students and enterprises to join this big event, and kindly ask you to block the date in your agenda. As symmetry is an interesting phenomenon in nature and science, the event aims to bring it into your attention and promote cutting edge knowledge and ideas of symmetry study in a variety of subjects ranging from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, to Biology.
Registration is open from now on. A first draft agenda and further updates will be sent out in the next weeks and months.You are welcome to join us in Barcelona, Spain in 2017.
13–14 October 2016 3D Bioprinting
25–28 July 2016 The 7th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics
18–22 July 2016 Symmetry Festival – 2016
Vienna University of Technology
6–11 August 2012 XVII International Congress on Mathematical Physics
The International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP) and the Local Organizing Committee invite you to participate in the XVII International Congress on Mathematical Physics (ICMP12). It will be held in Aalborg, Denmark, August 6-11, 2012.
The International Congress on Mathematical Physics is held every three years. It is a major event in the mathematical physics community. The congress will present new results and future challenges, in a series of plenary lectures and topical sessions.
We hope you will attend and contribute to this congress.
We look forward to seeing you in Aalborg.
18–22 June 2012 5th International Symposium on Symmetries in Subatomic Physics (SSP2012)
Groningen, the Netherlands
The conference is hosted by the accelerator institute KVI of the University of Groningen. Groningen is a lively student town with a university that is now 395 years old. It has a very pleasant city center, where the conference takes place. Groningen can be reached
conveniently by a direct train from the Amsterdam airport, and can also be reached from various airports in Germany.
The scientific program will be organized around the topics:
1. Parity violation in atoms and nuclei
2. Time and CP violation (in particular electric dipole moments)
3. Lorentz and CPT symmetry violation
5. Symmetries in QCD
6. SUSY models
7. Neutrino properties
8. Baryon and lepton number violation
9. Symmetries in cosmology 10. Time variation of fundamental constants
The program will consist of plenary sessions of invited and contributed talks. A special session will be hosted by the collaboration "Broken Mirrors and Drifting Constants" of the Vrije Universiteit (Amsterdam) and KVI-University Groningen.
The conference proceedings, including peer-reviewed invited talks and selected oral presentations, will be published in Hyperfine Interactions.
17–19 May 2012 Symmetries of Differential Equations: Frames, Invariants and Applications - A conference in honor of the 60th birthday of Peter Olver
The conference will assess the present state of knowledge in the wide ranging but coherent research fields in which Peter has been involved and celebrate celebrate his profound influence on these fields through his books and papers and, especially, through an amazing number of students, postdocs and collaborators.
We anticipate funds being available for financial support to support selected participants. Junior researchers and members of underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply.
23–27 January 2012 Symmetries, Differential Equations and Applications: Galois Bicentenary
Johannesburg, South Africa
This conference commemorates the bicentenary of the birth of Évariste Galois who introduced the notion of a group and made fundamental contributions to the solution of polynomial equations. The formal mathematical concept of symmetry thus came from Galois theory. The aim of SDEA2012 is to bring together researchers from all over the world to exchange ideas, share their research findings and to identify future research directions. This meeting also intends to promote and explore possibilities of new collaborations among the international scientific community. SDEA2012 will include many plenary talks by leading researchers. The attendees at the SDEA2012 will also be graduate students, young researchers and scientists from all over the world. There will be parallel sessions for contributed talks as well.
The conference will take place in the Mathematics Department of the University Lyon 1. The campus is located just outside Lyon and is easy to access.
Most of the speakers will stay at Résidence Park Avenue. Participants may reserve a room directly with the hotel of their choice. See the following page for more information. Funding Limited funding is available to cover the expenses of young participants.
If you travel from/to UK, the European Network GDRE can provide some financial support. Please contact us if you have any questions.
24–26 October 2011 Quantum Information: Codes, Geometry and Random Structures
One of the primary concerns of quantum information theory is the design of codes for achieving communication in noisy environments, often while simultaneously achieving cryptographic objectives. The probabilistic method is often used to prove the existence of good codes and may even play a role in more explicit and efficient constructions. At the same time, many basic quantum information theoretic tasks have natural geometric interpretations that link them to a range of other application areas like compressed sensing and approximation algorithms through shared underlying mathematics. This workshop will provide a forum for participants to present the latest developments in the theory of quantum communication while highlighting the range of mathematical techniques used in the area, including representation theory, asymptotic geometric analysis, random matrix theory and operator theory.
Golden Sands, Bulgaria
The conference is organized in Golden Sands (view with Google maps), near Varna (Bulgaria), Monday, September 19 (arrival) to Monday, September 26 (departure), 2011. Golden Sands (Bulgarian: Zlatni Pyasatsi) is one of the nicest beach resorts on the Bulgarian part of the Black Sea and has beautiful surroundings. The conference will take place in hotel Pliska located in the Golden Sands resort.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together physicists and mathematicians working in related areas of differential geometry, geometric analysis and theoretical physics. The main focus will be on special geometric structures and their applications in geometry, theoretical physics and string theory. The conference aims at presenting an account of the latest achievements in the subject and will be based on invited talks, poster sessions and informal discussions. The duration of the talks will be 55 min.
POSTER SESSION: Any participant who would like to present a poster is invited to submit a title and abstract by August 15.
FUNDING: Supported by Bulgarian NSF grants "Idei", DO 02-257/18.12.2008, DID 02-39/21.12.2009, Contract 200/2011 with the University of Sofia `St.Kl.Ohridski' and US NSF DMS-1127129. Travel expenses will be covered as additional funding becomes available. Top priority will be the funding of young mathematicians, under-represented groups, and those without external support.
29 August–2 September 2011 11th International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Applications
Welcome to the 11th International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Applications. This conference will take place at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain.
7–13 August 2011 QTS.11: Quantum Theory and Symmetries
Prague, Czech Republic
4–14 July 2011 Foundations of Computational Mathematics
The conference, organised by the Society for Foundations of Computational Mathematics, is seventh in a sequence that commenced with the Park City, Rio de Janeiro, Oxford, Minneapolis, Santander and Hong Kong FoCM meetings.
The conference will follow a format tried and tested to a great effect in former FoCM conferences: plenary invited lectures in the mornings, theme-centred parallel workshops in the afternoons. Each workshop extends over three days and the conference will consist of three periods, comprising of different themes. Although some participants choose to attend just one or two periods, on past experience the greatest benefit follows from attending the conference for its full eleven days: the entire idea of FoCM is that we strive to break out of narrow boundaries of our specific research areas and open our minds to the broad range of exciting developments in computational mathematics.
27–29 June 2011 International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2011)
London, United Kingdom
The i-Society is a global knowledge-enriched collaborative effort that has its roots from both academia and industry. The conference covers a wide spectrum of topics that relate to information society, which includes technical and non-technical research areas. The mission of i-Society 2011 conference is to provide opportunities for collaboration of professionals and researchers to share existing and generate new knowledge in the field of information society. The conference encapsulates the concept of interdisciplinary science that studies the societal and technological dimensions of knowledge evolution in digital society. The i-Society bridges the gap between academia and industry with regards to research collaboration and awareness of current development in secure information management in the digital society.
Polignano, Bari, Italy
This conference will be slightly different from more recent venues in the series in that, in an attempt to fully recover
the interdisciplinary and informal character of the first SPT conferences, there will be no parallel session, and only
a limited number of talks. We regret that in view of this - and in consideration of the very high number of talks in
SPT2004 and SPT2007 - not all the participants will be able to present a talk, and talks will be by invitation only.
Information about previous SPT conferences is available at www.sptspt.it
29 May–3 June 2011 ARIS - 2011 — International Conference on Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science
The first International Conference on Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science (ARIS - 2011) will be held in Leuven, Belgium, from May 29 to June 3, 2011.
This new series of conferences results from a merger of the “International Conference on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses (ENAM)’ and the ‘International Conference on Radioactive Nuclear Beams (RNB)’.
The origin of the ENAM conferences goes back to the 1950s and 1960s to the ‘Atomic Mass and Fundamental Constants (AMCO)’ and the ‘Nuclei Far From Stability (NFFS)’ series of conferences. Held jointly in 1992, the conferences officially merged in 1995 in Arles, France where the first ENAM conference was held. Since then subsequent conferences took place in Bellaire, Michigan (1998), in Hämeenlinna, Finland, (2001), in Callaway Gardens - Pine Mountain, Georgia USA (2004) and in Ryn, Poland (2008).
The first RNB conference was organized in Berkeley, U.S.A. (1989) and the series continued with events in Louvain la Neuve, Belgium (1991), East Lansing, U.S.A. (1993), Ohmiya, Japan (1996), Divonne-les-Bains, France (2000), Argonne, U.S.A. (2003), Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy (2006) and Grand Rapids, U.S.A. (2009).
4–6 December 2010 Special Session on Symmetry Methods for Differential Equations
The 2010 Winter Meeting of the Canadian Mathematical Society University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
11–14 October 2010 Physics of Fundamental Symmetries and Interactions - PSI2010
27 September–2 October 2010 Ecole 2010 — Strong Interaction in the Nuclear Medium: New Trends
22–26 September 2010 17th Nuclear Physics Workshop "Marie and Pierre Curie"
Kazimierz Dolny, Poland
We are pleased to announce the 17th Nuclear Physics Workshop "Maria and Pierre Curie" organized by the Department of Theoretical Physics of the Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (UMCS), Lublin, in collaboration with the Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (IPHC), Strasbourg, and the Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw. The Workshop will be held on 22-26th September 2010 in Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. The general theme of the Workshop is "Symmetry and symmetry breaking in nuclear physics"
A list of topics to be discussed at the conference includes
- theoretical criteria and experimental tests of symmetries
- mean field theory - breaking and restoration of symmetries
- mean field theory - point group symmetries in nuclei, tetrahedral symmetry,
- chirality and chiral phenomena in nuclei,…
- symmetries in density-functional theories
- collective states and deformation studied via Coulex
- algebraic models
We also want to organize a special session devoted to the memory of Władek Świątecki who passed away last year and who frequently attended our workshop.
The proceedings of the Workshop will appear in a special volume of the International Journal of Modern Physics E (Vol. 20) in the first quarter of 2011.
17–19 September 2010 Symmetry, Separation, Super-integrability and Special Functions
Santa Marta, Colombia
This seminar is an IMA annual meeting which is dedicated to Jairo Antonio Charris Castañeda (in memoriam). Jairo Charris was one of the fathers of the colombian mathematical research and former professor of the Universidad Sergio Arboleda. His research was mainly in complex analysis and orthogonal polynomials.
20–25 July 2009 Quantum Theory and Symmetries 6
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
"Quantum Theory and Symmetries" (QTS) is a biennial international conference series devoted to applications of symmetry principles in a wide variety of subfields of theoretical and mathematical physics. It cuts across a wide spectrum of subfields within physics and mathematics, emphasizing common themes and interdisciplinary approaches. In an era of increasing technical specialization, QTS is practically unique in its diversity, among international conferences of intermediate size, and provides important opportunities for researchers in different fields to share ideas.
21–27 June 2009 Eighth International Conference Symmetry in Nonlinear Mathematical Physics
Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
Topics to be discussed at this conference include:
* Geometrical methods in mathematical physics
* Lie theory and differential equations
* Classical and quantum integrable systems
* Dynamical systems and chaos
* Exactly and quasi-exactly solvable models
* Lie groups and algebras, representation theory
* Orthogonal polynomials and special functions
* Quantum algebras, quantum groups and noncommutative geometry
* Supersymmetry and supergravity, strings and branes
* Cosmology and quantum gravity