June 24 - 28, 2013
Bergen, Norway

Interplay between analysis and geometry proved to play a distinguished role in modern mathematics combining and developing many sophisticated methods and finding many applications in adjacent areas of sciences such as mathematical physics, mechanics and PDE. The aim of this summer school is to highlight the state-of-the-art and perspectives of those domains of analysis and geometry, which have gained wide international recognition lately and to introduce them to Ph.D. students and young researchers.

The scientific program of the school will consist of 5 mini courses of 4-5 hours by invited lecturers, and several one-hour lectures. We also plan to include poster session, where Ph.D. students and young participants can share their results.

This scientific event is financially supported by Forskningsrådet Research Projects FRINAT 204726/V30 and 213440/BG at the Analysis Group and by the Department of Mathematics at the University of Bergen.

Useful information

How to get from the airport to the center of Bergen. The airport bus "Flybussen" departs from the airport every 15 min and the time table is here. The price of the bus ticket is 90 NOK. You also can take taxi, and the price will be 400-500 Nok. The bus system is well developed in Bergen and on the website of the bus company SKYSS you can find all necessary information about connections.

The weather. The whether is almost unpredictable in Bergen, but anyway you can check the forecast. We recommend you to have sun glasses, umbrella, light sweater and rain jacket.

Tourist information. The most popular touristic sites are the following Visit Bergen, Norweagian Fjords, Fjords around Bergen. We recommend you to have sun glasses, umbrella, light sweater and rain jacket.

Wednesday free afternoon. During the Wednesday free afternoon we plan some hiking (depends on weather conditions!). For those who would like to join, we recommend to have good shoes and proper clothes.

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Last modified on February 01, 2013