Recent breakthroughs in Mathematics
The Belgian Mathematics Society is happy to invite you to its general assembly which will take place Wednesday 5/12/2018 from 2PM to 6PM. The event will consist in an afternoon's discussion by international and local experts on some of the more breathtaking breakthroughs in contemporary mathematics. The talks will focus on topics which were recently awarded prestigious prizes (particularly the Abel prize and Fields medal): PDEs, Wavelet theory, Algebraic geometry and Number Theory. All talks will be accessible to large audiences of mathematicians. Participation is free but registration is mandatory, see below.
The event will be organised at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and will start at 2pm in room
Forum E, campus Plaine
We are happy to announce talks by the following four speakers :
- Stéphane Jaffard (UPEC, Paris), about wavelets and Yves Meyer's Abel prize in 2017
- Jean Van Schaftingen (UCLouvain), about PDEs and Alessio Figalli's Fields medal in 2018
- Matthew Morrow (IMJ-PRG, Paris), about algebraic geometry, perfectoid theory and Peter Scholze's Fields medal in 2018
- Gautami Bhowmik (Lille), about number theory and Akshay Venkatesh's Fields medal in 2018.
A detailed programme will be available later. The meeting will be closed by a cocktail offered by the BMS to all participants.
Registration is free but mandatory. If you wish to participate please fill in the form.