## Event List

### Conferences and workshops that have already become the satellite event of 7ECM in chronological order

**Title: Function Spaces, Differential Operators and Nonlinear Analysis (FSDONA 2016)**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
The conference will consist of the invited lectures and short presentations of other participatns.
It will continue the tradition of the previous eight conferences organized by turns in Finland, Germany and Czech Republic under the same title in Sodankylä 1988, Friedrichroda 1992, Paseky nad Jizerou 1995, Syöte, Pudasjärvi 1999, Teistungen 2001, Milovy 2004, Helsinki 2008, Tabarz 2011.
The conferences have been focused on the theory of function spaces and its applications to various fields of mathematics like, spectral theory of differential and integral operators, approximation and computational mathematics, nonlinear analysis, inverse problems etc.

**Date:** July 04 – 09, 2016

**Location:** Prague

**Organizer:** Stanislav Hencl, Petr Honzík, Bohumír Opic, Luboš Pick (Charles University, Prague), Jiří Rákosník (Institute of Mathematics CAS, Prague), Hans-Jürgen Schmeisser (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, Jena)

**Title: New Methods in Finsler Geometry**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
In the last decade a number of problems in Finsler geometry were solved by mathematicians, who do not consider
Finsler geometry as their main field of expertise.
These scientists usually work in Riemannian geometry, dynamical systems or in metric or convex geometry.
We want to bring together these mathematicians with specialists in Finsler geometry to enable new cooperations.

**Date:** July 05 – 09, 2016

**Location:** Department of Mathematics, Leipzig University Augustusplatz 10, D-04109 Leipzig

**Organizer:** Vladimir Matveev (Friedrich Schiller University Jena), Hans-Bert Rademacher (Leipzig University)

**Title: The 5th International Congress on Mathematical Software, ICMS 2016**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
Mathematics also has increasing overlap with many mathematical disciplines such as Computer Science and the emerging area of Computational Sciences and Engineering. A key factor in this convergence of mathematical disciplines is the idea of computation, as manifested in the form of mathematical software in such disciplines.

We in the International Conference of Mathematical Software believe that the appearance of mathematical software is one of the most important new developments in mathematics, and should be studied as a coherent whole. We hope this conference can serve as the main forum for mathematicians, scientists and programmers who are interested in development of mathemati- cal software.

**Date:** July 11 – 14, 2016

**Location:** Berlin, Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB)

**Organizer:** Gert-Martin Greuel, University of Kaiserslautern (General Chair),
Peter Paule, Johannes Kepler University Linz and RISC (Program Chair),
Andrew Sommese, University of Notre Dame (Program Chair), Thorsten Koch, Zuse Institute Berlin (Local Chair)

**Title: 20th Meeting of the International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS 2016)**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
The International Linear Algebra Society (ILAS) is an internationally-based professional society whose goal is to advance the discipline of, and encourage activities in, linear algebra.
ILAS conferences are held every two years out of three, alternating with the SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra.

ILAS embraces all aspects of linear algebra, from theoretical matrix analysis and abstract linear algebra, to its numerous applications across science and engineering.
The conference will feature nine invited plenary talks, nine invited minisymposia, as well as a number of contributed minisymposia. Further, it is expected that the winner of the 2016 Hans Schneider Prize in Linear Algebra will deliver a plenary lecture at the meeting.
There will also be a special issue of the journal Linear Algebra and its Applications containing papers based on talks given at ILAS 2016.

**Date:** July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:** Leuven, Belgium

**Organizer:** Raf Vandebril (Chair), Thomas Mach, Karl Meerbergen, Wim Michiels, Marc Van Barel (all University of Leuven), Wim Vanroose (University of Antwerp), Dario Bini (University of Pisa), Froilán Dopico (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Douglas Farenic (University of Regina),
Heike Faßbender (Technische Universität Braunschweig), Fumio Hiai (Tohoku University), Steve Kirkland (University of Manitoba),
Wim Michiels (University of Leuven),
Peter Šemrl (University of Ljubljana),
Françoise Tisseur (University of Manchester),
Raf Vandebril (University of Leuven),
Hugo Woerdeman (Drexel University)

**Title: Compact Quantum Groups**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
This workshop aims at bringing together experts on compact quantum groups. These are C*-algebraic objects providing a generalized notion of symmetries in the context of operator algebras.
We will cover the following topics: Combinatorial quantum groups, actions of quantum groups,
quantum Lévy processes, operator algebraic and purely algebraic aspects of compact quantum groups, links to free probability.

**Date:** July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:** Alfried Krupp Wissenschaftskolleg, Greifswald

**Organizer:** U. Franz (Besancon, France), M. Gerhold (Greifswald, Germany), A. Skalski (Warsawa, Poland), M. Weber (Saarbrücken, Germany)

**Title: Differential Geometry and its Applications**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** The conferences take place regularly at one of the Czech universities every three years.

There will be a combination of the invited plenary talks with five programme sections and two special workshops.
Along with the invited talks, there will be also contributions by the participants in the form of contributed talks or posters, as decided by the organisers of the individual sections or workshops.
There will be never more than three sessions running in parallel.

**Date:** July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:** Brno, Czech Republic

**Organizer:** The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Masaryk University, together with The Association of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists, Brno branch

**Title: Groups and Rings – Theory and Applications (GRiTA2016)**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** After **GRiTA2015**, this is the second issue of the International Conference.
It will include full length presentations and contributed talks. The purpose of the meeting is to present the current state of the art in group theory and ring theory and their applications.
In particular, we are going to emphasize combinatorial and geometric group theory, combinatorial and computational ring theory, the theory of PI- algebras, commutative and noncommutative invariant theory, automorphisms of polynomial and other free algebras, graded associative, Lie, and Jordan algebras and superalgebras.
The applications include, but are not limited to, scientific computing, coding theory, cryptography, and statistics.

The Conference is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Yuri Bahturin, University Research Professor and Director of Atlantic Algebra Centre at Memorial University of Newfoundland (St. John’s, Canada), and Professor at Moscow State University (Russian Federation).

**Date:** July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:** Sofia, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

**Organizer:** Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,
Department of Mechanics and Mathematics, Moscow State University,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Memorial University of Newfoundland,
Institute of Exact Sciences, University of Brasilia

**Title: Quantum Algebras, Quantum Integrable Models and Quantum Information**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** The main purpose of the conference is to stimulate and promote interactions between three major research areas: (quantum) algebra, including (quantum) geometry, (quantum) integrable models and (quantum) information theory.
This conference continues the following series of satellite conferences to the European Congresses of Mathematics:

- Noncommutative Geometry and Representation Theory in Mathematical Physics. Satellite conference to the 4th ECM in Stockholm (2004).
- Noncommutative Structures in Mathematics and Physics. Satellite conference to the 5th ECM in Amsterdam (2008).
- 3Quantum: Algebra Geometry Information. Satellite conference to the 6th ECM in Krakow (2012).

**Date:**July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:**The Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences at the University of Gothenburg, Kristineberg, Sweden

**Organizer:**Seidon Alsaody (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Larissa Beilina (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Henrik Johannesson (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Abdenacer Makhlouf (Université de Haute Alsace), Arvid Siqveland (Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Norway), Alexander Stolin (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), Ivan Todorov (Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom)

**Title: Variational and hamiltonian structures: models and methods**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
The workshop will bring together researchers from nonlinear functional analysis, calculus of variations, partial differential equations, geometric and stochastic evolution.
Relevant topics will include variational methods for nonlinear dissipative equations, possibly posed in spaces of probability measures, optimal transport, and Hamiltonian systems.
Applications would cover, but not restricting to, phase-change, reaction-diffusion, materials theories, fluids and social dynamics.

**Date:** July 11 – 15, 2016

**Location:** Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics, Vienna

**Organizer:** E. Feireisl, A. Jüngel, A. Mielke, G. Savare, U. Stefanelli

**Title: Heat Kernels and Analysis on Manifolds and Fractals**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
The central subject of the conference is the notion of the heat kernel that arises in various areas of mathematics in connection with diverse problems.
Among the participants of the conference there are many experts in analysis on manifold and in analysis on fractals and more general metric measure spaces, where the notion of the heat kernel plays a crucial role.

The conference will be financially supported by SFB 701 (based at Department of Mathematics of University of Bielefeld) of German Research Council.
No registration fee will be charged to any participant.

**Date:** July 11 – 16, 2016

**Location:** University of Bielefeld

**Organizer:** Alexander Grigor’yan and Michael Hinz (University of Bielefeld)

**Title: Foliations 2016 – Paweł Walczak's 50 years in mathematics**

**Short overview of the topic and the kind of event:**
The Foliations 2016 is in a serie of conferences on foliations including in the last years: Barcelona 2010, Łódź 2012 (satellite of the 6ECM), Tokyo 2013, Madrid 2014.

It is intented to cover all classical and contemporary aspects of the foliation theory with topics influencing and influenced by foliations.
These include foliations and laminations of 3-mainifolds, geometric structures (Riemannian, holomorphic, symplectic, contact, confoliations, Engel), 1- an multidimensional dynamics, group actions, holonomy groups and pseudogroups, extrinsic and conformal geometry of foliated Riemannian manifolds, rigidity, characteristic classes etc.

**Date:** July 11 – 17, 2016

**Location:** Będlewo Conference Center of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

**Organizer:** Jesús A. Álvarez López (Univ. de Santiago de Compostela), Taro Asuke (Univ. of Tokyo), Danny Calegari (Univ. of Chicago), Maciej Czarnecki (Univ. of Łódź), Hélène Eynard-Bontemps (Univ. Paris 6), Thomas Vogel (LMU, Muenchen)

**Title: Algebraic Geometry**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** The conference is to highlight the most important developments in algebraic geometry
from 2012 until the present. The areas of the conference will include: Derived algebraic geometry, moduli spaces, special varieties, in particular irreducible holomorphic symplectic manifolds, Shimura
varieties, Hodge classes and motives.

**Date:** July 13 – 16, 2016

**Location:** Hannover, Leibniz Universität

**Organizer:** G. Farkas, K. Hulek, S. Müller-Stach, M. Schütt

**Title: Symposium on Discrete Mathematics**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** The biennial meeting of the Discrete Mathematics section (Fachgruppe Diskrete Mathematik) of the German Mathematical Society (DMV). On the occasion of the conference, the Richard Rado Prize 2016 for a
dissertation in Discrete Mathematics will be awarded.

**Date:** July 15 – 16, 2016

**Location:** Berlin, Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB)

**Organizer:** J. Rué (FU Berlin), T. Szabó (FU Berlin)

**Title: XIX Summer Diffiety School**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** Diffiety School is a permanent school, organized yearly (often twice per year) since 1999, with the aim to introduce undergraduate and Ph. D. students in Mathematics and Physics as well as post-doctoral researchers to a specific area of Mathematics and Teoretical Physics: Secondary Calculus.
A diffiety is a geometrical object that properly formalizes the concept of the solution space of a given system of (nonlinear) PDEs, much as an algebraic variety does with respect to solutions of a given system of algebraic equations.
Secondary Calculus is a natural diffiety analogue of the standard calculus on smooth manifolds, and as such leads to a very rich general theory of nonlinear PDEs.
Moreover, there are indications that it could be a natural language for quantum physics, just as the standard calculus is a natural language for classical physics.
The school is organized under the scientific direction of Prof. A. M. Vinogradov.

**Date:** July 19 - August 02, 2016

**Location:**Lizzano in Belvedere (BO), Italy

**Organizer:** R. Marchioni, R. Riccioni, L. Vitagliano

**Title: Classical and quantum symmetries in mathematics and physics**

**Short Overview of the topic and the kind of event:** This workshop aims to bring together researchers from different areas of mathematics and theoretical physics in the following major research areas: Hopf algebras and quantum groups, Lie algebras and Lie superalgebras, integrable models with an emphasis on quantum quenches, axiomatic quantum field theory, topological and conformal field theory, classical and quantum gravity, string theory and string field theory.
The main goal of the workshop is to stimulate and promote interactions, in order to allow for a transfer of knowledge and methods.

**Date:** July 25 - 29, 2016

**Location:**Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, Germany

**Organizer:** Martin Ammon (FSU Jena), Juergen Fuchs (Karlstads Universitet, Sweden), Alexander Stolin (University of Gothenburg & Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden), Oksana Yakimova (FSU Jena)