Eighth Summer School
in
Analysis and Applied Mathematics

Rome June 15-19, 2015



The scope of the School is to offer an overview, through presentations given by top researchers in the field, of problems and methods of Applied Mathematics, from analysis of experimental data to modelling issues, to mathematical analysis, to feedback for the original problems. The lectures are aimed at presenting a self-contained introduction to the subjects.

The school will take place at the Dipartimento di Matematica "Guido Castelnuovo"  La Sapienza, UniversitÓ di Roma, Piazzale Aldo Moro, Roma

Lecturers


 

 MARCO CICALESE


 TUM, University of Munich

A variational approach to atomistic-to-continuum limits for classical spin   systems




 GERO FRIESECKE


 TUM, University of Munich
 

 Crystallization in classical many-body systems
Notes: Lecture 1, Lecture 2, Lecture 3



 RICHARD JAMES
 
 University of Minnesota

 Invariance and the structure of matter




 SYLVIA SERFATY
 
 University of Paris VI and Courant Institute New York University

 Large systems with Coulomb and Riesz interactions:
 variational study and statistical mechanics



Tentative Timetable



Accommodation
Here you can find a list of Hotels near  campus.

Directions
The school will take place at the University of Rome "La Sapienza". The University is 15 minutes walking from the main station Termini and 5 minutes walking to the area called San Lorenzo where you can find Hotels, Restaurants and pubs.  This is a map of the places where you can have lunch  near the campus.
The lectures will take place in lecture room 3 in the Math Department ``G. Castelnuovo''.

Registration
There is no registration fee.  Participants are required to register here.



Sponsors

PRIN 2011 through the national project "Calcolo delle Variazioni" (local units of Tor Vergata and Sapienza)

Organizers:
ANDREA BRAIDES (UniversitÓ di Tor Vergata, Roma)
ADRIANA GARRONI (Sapienza, UniversitÓ di Roma)
ANNALISA MALUSA (Sapienza, UniversitÓ di Roma)