WEST ASIAN MATHEMATICAL SCHOOLS aim


  • To provide postgraduate students the knowledge of fundamental mathematics, pure and applied, either to enable them to continue the mathematical career or to insert them in society to help in the progress of social issues.
  • To create links of mathematical cooperation between countries in West Asia, and also between countries in West Asia and developed countries.
  • To provide with specific courses and material that could be taught in subsequent years after the school is finished.
  • To provide with specific courses and material that could be taught in subsequent years after the school is finished.
  • In this applied mathematical school for (introduction to) real life problems, we will discuss partial differential equations as modelling tools in several nowadays societal and technical issues. Mainly motivated on health-environmental- chemistry areas and related topics as agri-food, pollution/diseases spread, coagulation or battery conception. This is a school of postgraduate level.

  • We will cover analytical, numerical and simulation aspects. The aim is to provide the basic tools that will allow the students to understand the theoretical concepts in modelling and venture into more concrete applications. Theoretical and numerical lectures will be given by national/international experts.

  • Coordinators:


    Local organizing committee


    Scientific committee


    • Prof. N. Bedjaoui, Univ. of Picardie Jules Verne, France
    • Prof. Rama Bhargava, IIT Roorkee, India
    • Prof. Fernando da Costa, Univ. Aberta, Portugal
    • Prof. G D Veerappa Gowda, TIFR CAM, India
    • Prof. Michael Grinfeld, Univ. of Strathclyde, UK
    • Prof. Rajesh Kumar, BITS Pilani, India
    • Prof. Youcef Mammeri, Univ. of Picardie Jules Verne, France
    • Prof. Neela Nataraj, IIT Bombay, India
    • Prof. Marília Pires, Univ. of Évora, Portugal
    • Prof. Mythily Ramaswamy, TIFR CAM, India

    Sponsors :

    CIMPA             IMU