The International Symposium on Analysis and Applications 2014 (ISAA 2014) is organized by the Analysis Group at Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa. Its aim is to discuss of recent developments in the study of evolution equations, their invariant states and the asymptotic behavior of their solutions, including: quantum Markov semigroups, non-linear evolution equations, quantum dispersion theory and mathematical finance. Another aim is to introduce graduate and undergraduate students as well as young researchers to the above topics and others that are relevant in Mathematical Analysis.
ISAA 2014 will take place at Centro Vacacional IMSS Atlixco-Metepec, Puebla, Mexico, from Friday January 3rd (arrival should be on January 2nd in the evening) through Sunday 5th (departure in the evening). The city of Atlixco (from the Nahuatl language: "atl", water, "ixtla", valley), is located 165 km. south-east from Mexico City. It is a small city in a beautiful valley at the altitude of 1835 meters with privileged weather during the whole year; the average temperature in January is 18°C with a maximum of 28°C and a minimum of 10°C. The city has an important architectural patrimony that has been acknowledged as a "typical monumental zone" since 1989. The Centro Vacacional IMSS Atlixco-Metepec is located in the small town of Metepec, close to Atlixco, surrounded by forest, with facilities for sport fishing and with a beautiful view of the volcano Popocatepetl.
The program of ISAA-2014 includes short courses given by leading specialists, plenary, invited and contributed talks, as well as a poster session.
- Luigi Accardi (Centro Vito Volterra, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy)
- Hugo Arizmendi (IMATE-UNAM)
- Myriam Cisneros Molina (Sociedad Hipotecaria Federal)
- Franco Fagnola (Politecnico di Milano)
- Rolando Rebolledo (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile)
Short Courses (in progress)
- Jorge Esquivel Ávila (UAM-A)
“An Introduction to Evolution Equations” (abstract)
- Carlos Ibarra Valdés (UAM-I)
“A brief introduction to Mathematical Finance” (abstract)
- Ricardo Sáenz (Universidad de Colima)
“Analysis on Fractals” (abstract)
There is a limited number of full scholarships (accommodation and meals) for students. To apply, click on “Scholarships”. The deadline for applications is November 15th, 2013.
Further details on the program of the talks as well as the short courses will be published in due course.