• Call for poster presentations. Deadline: March 31st, 2017.
  • Call for NSF financial support. Closed.

  • Call for poster presentations

    The FoCM 2017 conference is open for contributed poster presentations. During the conference there will be poster sessions during the 2nd and 3rd days of each period, with a substantial but limited number of presentation slots.

    The available board area for posters will be of 84 cm (width) by 118 cm (height), that is, A0 size in portrait layout. One of the authors will have to be present and available for discussion during the poster sessions.

    To submit a poster presentation, please choose the appropriate workshop below and use the corresponding web interface. The deadline for submissions is March 31st, 2017, and the acceptance results will be communicated by the workshop organizers, by the second half of April 2017.

    Workshops and corresponding web interface for poster presentation submissions:

  • A1 - Approximation Theory: Submit a poster.
  • A2 - Computational Algebraic Geometry: Submit a poster.
  • A3 - Computational Number Theory: Submit a poster.
  • A4 - Computational Geometry and Topology: Submit a poster.
  • A5 - Geometric Integration and Computational Mechanics: Submit a poster.
  • A6 - Mathematical Foundations of Data Assimilation and Inverse Problems: Submit a poster.
  • A7 - Stochastic Computation: Submit a poster.
  • B1 - Computational Dynamics: Submit a poster.
  • B2 - Graph Theory and Combinatorics: Submit a poster.
  • B3 - Symbolic Analysis: Submit a poster.
  • B4 - Learning Theory: Submit a poster.
  • B5 - Random Matrices: Submit a poster.
  • B6 - Multiresolution and Adaptivity in Numerical PDEs: Submit a poster.
  • B7 - Numerical Linear Algebra: Submit a poster.
  • C1 - Computational Harmonic Analysis and Compressive Sensing: Submit a poster.
  • C2 - Computational Mathematical Biology with emphasis on the Genome: Submit a poster.
  • C3 - Continuous Optimization: Submit a poster.
  • C4 - Foundations of Numerical PDEs: Submit a poster.
  • C5 - Information-Based Complexity: Submit a poster.
  • C6 - Real-Number Complexity: Submit a poster.
  • C7 - Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials: Submit a poster.
  • Call for NSF financial support

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) is supporting the FoCM 2017 conference through a special grant. US-based junior researchers are encouraged to apply to partial financial support from this grant, to attend the conference.

    This call is addressed to US-based graduate students, postdocs and junior faculty (PhD in 2012 or later). Priority will be given to junior participants invited to give a workshop talk, or presenting a poster. The selection process will also take into account subject balance, gender and demographic diversity, persons with disabilities and other traditionally under-represented groups.

    The offered financial support is of 1000 USD per selected participant. We expect these participants will be able to secure additional funding, perhaps from their own institutions, to extend their stay for at least two periods (6 full days).

    The call is now closed and the results will be communicated to the candidates by April 8th, 2017.

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