CIMPA-COLOMBIA research school
Villa de Leyva, Colombia, July 13-26, 2014
Report by Erwan Brugallé & Florent Schaffhauser
Report by Mercedes Siles
Number of participants : 56 including 15 women
Real algebraic geometry has greatly expanded its horizon in the past few years, in great part due to the invention of new tools and the use of methods from other fields (complex algebraic geometry, tropical geometry, symplectic geometry, algebraic topology, combinatorics, etc.). The goal of this school is to present several of these aspects through 5 courses of 5 hours each. The school will end with a 3-day conference, destined to give the students the widest possible and most up-to-date vision on real algebraic geometry.
An important objective for this school is to foster interaction and exchange among Latin-American participants and experienced researchers in the field of real algebraic geometry and its applications. We hope that this school will help consolidate scientific collaboration between participants.
Erwan Brugallé, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, email@example.com
Florent Schaffhauser, Universidad de Los Andes, firstname.lastname@example.org
The 5 courses will cover the following topics :
April 27, 2014
Application procedure only for applicants not from Colombia.
Applicants from Colombia must contact local organizer : Florent Schaffhauser
Voir en ligne : Local web site
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