The international conference Dynamics, Equations and Applications (DEA 2019) is organized by the Faculty of Applied Mathematics at the AGH University of Science and Technology to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the university. DEA 2019 will take place from 16th to 20th September 2019, and approximately 500 mathematicians are expected to participate in the event.
The conference will be organized in 16 parallel sessions from four research fields: dynamical systems, partial differential equations, other (ordinary differential, difference and functional) types of equations, and applied mathematics. In addition to keynote and contributed talks of parallel sessions (most of them will be given during 66 mini-symposia), there will be 10 invited talks in each field given by the world's leading experts as well as six plenary lectures delivered by five Fields Medal winners and an outstanding Polish mathematician.
DEA 2019 will be held in Kraków, which is often regarded as one of the most exciting cities in Europe. Its historic center has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978, and in 2000 it held the title of the European Capital of Culture.
CNRS, France & IMPA, Brazil
A Brazilian and French mathematician working on dynamical systems and spectral theory.
2014 Fields Medallist
Imperial College London, UK
A British and Austrian mathematician working mainly on stochastic partial differential equations.
2014 Fields Medallist
Collège de France & CEREMADE, Université Paris-Dauphine, France
A French mathematician working on partial differential equations and applications.
1994 Fields Medallist
University of Geneva, Switzerland
A Russian mathematician working on complex analysis, mathematical physics, dynamical systems and probability theory.
2010 Fields Medallist
Harvard University, USA
A Chinese and American mathematician working on differential geometry, differential equations and general relativity.
1982 Fields Medallist
University of California, Berkeley, USA
A Polish and Canadian mathematician working on partial differential equations, microlocal analysis and scattering theory.