The conference Dynamics, Equations and Applications will start on Monday morning, 16 September and will finish on Friday afternoon, 20 September. All conference rooms will be located at the centre of the AGH UST campus, which is within walking distance of the Main Square of the Old Town of Kraków.
The conference will be organized in 16 parallel sessions from four research fields:
- dynamical systems and ergodic theory (parallel sessions: topological dynamics, complex dynamics, ergodic theory, and smooth dynamical systems),
- partial differential equations (parallel sessions: calculus of variations, control theory, numerical methods, and stochastic partial differential equations),
- other types of equations, dynamics and computation (parallel sessions: ordinary differential equations, difference equations, functional equations, and dynamics, equations and computation),
- mathematics in other sciences and technology (parallel sessions: mathematical physics, mathematics for life sciences, financial mathematics, and industrial mathematics).
There will be four types of talks:
- plenary lectures (one hour long and aimed at all participants),
- invited talks (40 minutes long and aimed at participants from each research field separately),
- keynote talks (30 minutes long and aimed at participants from each parallel session separately),
- contributed talks (20 minutes long and aimed at participants from each parallel session separately).
21 talks in each parallel session are planned; most of them will be given during 66 mini-symposia (there will be four mini-symposia in each parallel session, except for ordinary differential equations and industrial mathematics sessions with five symposia). A mini-symposium is a session consisting of three coordinated presentations on a selected topic: one keynote talk and two contributed talks.
The scientific programme of DEA 2019 includes 6 plenary lectures, 40 invited talks (10 in each research field), and 336 keynote and contributed talks (21 in each session). In consequence, altogether 382 talks are planned.
The plenary lectures, invited and keynote talks will be given by more than 110 excellent researchers from the best universities and research institutes from all over the world. The speakers represent 35 countries located in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America; the most numerous of them are those from the USA (20), France (14) and the UK (13).
The planned social events include a guided tour (Kraków, with its historic center which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978, is often regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe), a concert and a theatre play (in 2000 Kraków held the title of the European Capital of Culture), a welcome reception and a conference dinner.