"Cooperazione - Nuovi scenari"
The workshop aims at gathering together experts in the field of nonlinear waves, with particular interest for integrable models. Topics of the workshop include: critical behaviour for nonlinear evolutionary PDEs, algebraic and geometric aspects for classical and quantum integrable systems, discrete integrable systems.
The conference is the final conference of the ERC project FromPDEs. The conference aims at gathering together most of the scientists that have worked on topics related to the project
"Empathy and empathic concern - Evolution, neurobiological mechanisms and implications in the practise of medicine"
Dr. Jean Decety
Prof Maria Chiara Carrozza (leader of the Neuro Robotics Area of The Biorobotics Institute at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna) will give an overview of on going research in the area of wearable robots
Claudio Bartocci, docente di Fisica matematica all'Università di Genova, scrittore e divulgatore racconterà l'opera di Jules Henri Poincaré, nel centenario della sua morte.
Title: The Infinity Puzzle: From Abdus Salam to the Higgs Boson
Frank Close will charts a 50 year quest for the theory uniting the electromagnetic and weak forces - from Abdus Salam and John Ward's early efforts to the discovery of the Higgs Boson at the Large Hadron Collider.
A major recent breakthrough in the field of applications of algebraic geometry to theoretical physics has been the discovery of a deep relation between Nekrasov's partition function, and the conformal blocks a quantum conformal field theory --- the so called Alday-Gaiotto-Tachikawa conjecture. This workshop aims at providing an updated survey of the state of the art in this area of research, in its various
This is the first conference organized in the framework of my ERC Advanced Grant QuaDynEvoPro "Quasistatic and Dynamic Evolution Problems in Plasticity and Fracture" and second annual workshop of the PIRE (Partnerships for International Research and Education) project "Science at the triple point between mathematics, mechanics and materials science", which includes the Carnegie Mellon University, the California Institute of Technology, the New York University, and the University of Minnesota.
MCT is a conference for researchers in Mathematical Control. It focuses on theoretical methods for control both of PDEs and ODEs, as well as some challenging applications. The first part of the conference (December 2nd - 4th) is centered on Control of PDEs. The second part of the conference (December 5th - 6th) focuses on Control of ODEs. During the whole week, a short course on Stochastic Control (10h) is scheduled.