conference, meeting

Mathematical Physics at the Eclipse, Afunalhue, 13.12.-16.12. 2020

From 13 to 16 of December 2020 we will have a Chilean Mathematical Physics meeting in the Ruka of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Afunalhue close to Villarica. The idea is that this will be start of a regular Mathematical Physics meeting in Afunalhue.

On Monday, December 14 there will be a total solar eclipse visible in the lunch break!

Organizers: Christian Sadel and Giuseppe De Nittis

Preliminary Schedule

Sunday, 13.12.2020 is the arrival day, and there is a dinner in the evening.

TimeMon. 14.12.Tue. 15.12.Wed. 16.12.
8:00 - 9:30BreakfastBreakfastBreakfast
9:30-10:00Registration / WelcomeTalk 3Talk 6
10:00-10:30 Talk 1
10:30-11:00CoffeeCoffee
11:00-12:00Early LunchTalk 4Talk 7
12:00-14:30Lunch / Eclipse
(Maximum ~13:13)
LunchLunch
14:30-15:30Talk 2Talk 5Discussion Session
15:30-16:30CoffeeCoffeeCoffee
16:30-17:30Discussion SessionDiscussion SessionDeparture
18:30-20:00DinnerDinner

Participants

Rafael BenguriaPUC Chile
Olivier BourgetPUC Chile
Giuseppe De NittisPUC Chile
Christian SadelPUC Chile
Amal TaarabtPUC Chile

Sponsors

Announcement, conference

2nd JNMP Conference on Nonlinear Mathematical Physics: 2019

The 2nd JNMP Conference on Nonlinear Mathematical Physics: 2019 conference is held from May 26 till June 4, 2019 at the University of Santiago de Chile.
USACH – Centro de estudios de postgrado y educación continua 
(Center for postgraduate studies and continuing education) 
Piso 3, Av. Apoquindo 4499, Las Condes, Región Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile

Description

This conference is being organized for the Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics (JNMP) community. We aim to bring together experts and young scientists in the area of Mathematical Physics that concern Nonlinear Problems in Physics and Mathematics. The main topic of the conference is centered around the scope of JNMP: continuous and discrete integrable systems including ultradiscrete systems, nonlinear differential- and difference equations, applications of Lie transformation groups and Lie algebras, nonlocal transformations and symmetries, differential-geometric aspects of integrable systems, classical and quantum groups, super geometry and super integrable systems.