12/06/2023 - 23/06/2023 in Oaxaca, Mexico
Differential equations are typically considered to be a subject of mathematical analysis or, more generally, "continuous mathematics".
However, algebraic and discrete methods have been successfully applied to questions about differential equations such as, for example,
finding symmetries or closed-form solutions. Recent years have witnessed significant development of constructive aspects of algebraic
geometry and tropical algebra including deep theory and efficient algorithms. Exploring connections between these advances and
problems about differential equations creates numerous opportunities for applying algebraic and tropical methods in the realm of
differential equations. The goal of the school is to introduce the participants to selected constructive methods of algebraic geometry
and tropical algebra, present existing applications of these methods to differential equations, and engage the participants into
working on open problems in this area.
You may find a full schedule here. There will be three introductory courses in the first week:
There will be three advanced courses held in the second week:
Further we have the following talks:
Titles and abstracts of talks and lectures are available here
Abstracts of the 10 minute talks are here
On Friday June 16, 16:00 we will have a panel discussion (in Spanish) with title "Hacer Matemáticas en América Latina: ¿Oportunidad o Locura?".
Participants of the panel are Fuensanta Aroca, Eddaly Guerra Velasco, Matías Bender and Alfredo Nájera Chávez.
The panel is moderated by Bruno Cisneros and the poster is available here
On Friday, June 16, after the Panel discussion we will have an informal gathering at the Mezcaleria Archivo Maguey
, Morelos 509, Oaxaca 68000).
CIMPA invites all participants to have two beverages of their choice and snacks will also be provided. Vouchers will be handed out upon arrival.
We walk together from the Unidad Extension UNAM Oaxaca after the panel discussion (approx. 18:00).
All academic activities of the event will take place in the Unidad Extensión Universitaria UNAM Oaxaca
in the center of Oaxaca de Juárez.
We are extremely grateful to the following organizations that granted us their generous funding or other support:
Registration is now closed.
Oaxaca is in the south of Mexico, it can be reached by plane to the international airport OAX from several airports in North and Central America.
Operating airlines include Aeromexico (partner airline of KLM and Airfrance), AmericanAirlines, United, Volaris, Viva.
For travel from further away usually connections go through Mexico City.
There are connections by bus to Oaxaca from other cities in Mexico, such as Mexico City. Bus providers include ADO
, AU, Estrella de Oro
The school will take place in facilities of the UNAM in the city center. More details will be provided shortly.
For this event we are working with Hotel ONE Oaxaca
where a special budget of rooms is set aside for us at a reduced rate.
Any questions about the hotel and revservation process please contact Karime Lidia Gonzalez Ortiz (email: ventas1oace(at)posadas.com).
The reservation code for a discount rate of 1115 MXN/night (in a queen room or double room occupied by one or two people including breakfast) is: G1NZ1C@oax.
Registered participants will get Lunch voucher upon registration on Monday June 12, 9:00.
With the voucher you get a three course meal at the close by Restaurant La Choza
on weekdays (Monday to Friday).
The menu is available here: Menu
(it includes soup, a first and second course, tortillas and flavoured water).
, Sebastian Falkensteiner
, Cristhian Garay
and Gleb Pogudin
. CIMPA cientific officier: Jorge Mozo Fernández
There will be a complimentary tour of the Ethnobotanical garden
on Saturday June 17 9:00 in spanish for up to 30 people. If you would like to join please contact Cristhian Garay
or Violeta Lopez
A public tour in English will take place the same day at 11:00 and costs 100 MXN. We recommend to arrive at 10:30 to secure your spot on the tour.
Here are some recommendations for what to do in your free time in Oaxaca
For questions regarding Oaxaca: Lara Bossinger
For questions regarding CIMPA (including the registration form): Jorge Mozo Fernández