05/10/2016 — 05/11/2016

Sir Andrew Wiles is a mathematical legend. In 1993, after years of working in secret, he announced a proof of Fermat’s last theorem, which had been taunting mathematicians for centuries.

What does it feel like to do maths?

05/10/2016 — 05/11/2016

Sir Andrew Wiles is a mathematical legend. In 1993, after years of working in secret, he announced a proof of Fermat’s last theorem, which had been taunting mathematicians for centuries.

Marco Robalo, alumnus of the Master in Mathematics and its Applications, awarded Cours Peccot Prize

20/10/2016 — 10/11/2016

Marco Robalo, (MMA/Técnico, 2009) is now one of the two Cours Peccot lecturers for 2016-17.

Being a Cours Peccot lecturer is a highly prestigious distinction awarded annually since 1885 by Collège de France to promising mathematicians which have not completed 30 years of age. It includes several Fields medalists among its roll.

Course videos are available through

http://www.college-de-france.fr/site/cours-peccot/guestlecturer-2016-2017.htm

UT Austin|Portugal Workshop on Nonlinear Mechanics and Applications in Life Sciences

27/10/2016 — 29/10/2016

The main goal of this CoLab Workshop is to reinforce the Portuguese competences in Nonlinear Mechanics and in complex problems arising from applications to the mathematical modeling and simulations in the Life Sciences.

Particle Systems and PDEs V

28/11/2016 — 30/11/2016

The idea of the meeting is to get together researchers from two different areas of mathematics, namely Particle Systems and Partial Differential Equations, and to present recent scientific results in both areas.

Iberian Strings 2017

16/01/2017 — 20/01/2017

The Iberian Strings 2017 meeting is the eighth meeting of the Iberian Strings series. These meetings bring together a large part of the string theory community of Spain and Portugal and aim at discussing recent advances in the field of strings and branes.

Ricardo Schiappa co-organizer of thematic period in Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics

09/10/2017 — 15/12/2017

Ricardo Schiappa is one of the organizers of the thematic period *Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics* at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Upcoming seminars

Research, work, and student seminars to be held at DMIST during the next few weeks.

Final public defenses for *agregação* or PhD either recent or upcoming.

Nearby news and events

Mathematics related news and events from other local organizations with possible interest for DMIST.

Global Bulletin Board

Global mathematics related news and events with possible interest for DMIST.