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18th School on Interactions Between Dynamical Systems and Partial Differential Equations (JISD2022)

Jun 27, 2022 to Jun 30, 2022
Centre Recerca Matemàtica - Bellaterra, Barcelona
Amadeu Delshams​ (organizer)
​Filippo Giuliani (organizer)
​Marcel Guàrdia​ (organizer)
Tere M. Seara​ (organizer)
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The School on Interactions between Dynamical Systems and Partial Differential Equations (JISD) is an international summer school that takes place at the School of Mathematics and Statistics of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) since 2002. The last three editions have been held at the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM).
The JISD is an annual meeting between experts and young researchers in Dynamical Systems and Partial Differential Equations (PDEs). It is designed to encourage and enhance exchange of knowledge and methods, with the goal of advancing the study of cutting edge problems in the aforesaid fields of mathematics and with the aim of fostering the interaction among the participants. The symposium is aimed at local researchers, as well as scientists from the rest of Spain and foreign countries. It is organized into four advanced courses of about 7 hours and complemented by a poster session by young researchers. Throughout the latest editions the attendance numbers have ranged between 60 and 100 participants, mostly internationals.
A primary objective of the JISD is to attract talented young researchers who can present a poster to put them in condition to benefit from the exposure to world-leading experts, and help them establish working relationships that could prove critical for their short and long term success. An especially strong effort has been devoted in past years to encourage the participation of undergraduates, PhDs and postdocs from developing countries and, more generally, young researchers who may encounter difficulties in accessing an adequate financial support.