5th European Intensive Course on Complex Analysis

"5th European Intensive Course on Complex Analysis "Hypercomplex systems and their application to nonlinear perturbed partial differential equations""

Departamento de Matemática, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

8-19 March 1999

This intensive course will have a total of 34 hours of lectures 
and is at postgraduate level. Lecturers will have time available 
to discuss with the students. Successfully participating students 
will get a certificate. This course is organized by the 
Universities of Coimbra and Aveiro with the same goals as 
the ones organized under the programme Socrates, and is 
open to all young mathematicians interested in Complex 
Analysis and its applications. 

Schedule of the intensive course

8 March: 9h 30m. Opening session

* * Orthogonal Polynomials: Applications and Computation - Prof. F. Marcellán (Univ. Carlos III,  Madrid, Spain)
 8 March: 10-12h
 9 March: 10-12h
10 March: 10-12h
11 March: 10-12h

* * Strongly non-linear Evolution Equations for Conformal Mappings - Prof. Jan de Graaf (Univ. Eindhoven, Holland)
 8 March: 15-17h
 9 March: 15-17h
11 March: 15-17h
12 March: 10-12h

* * Introduction to Dirac operator theory - Prof.  J. Cnops
(Univ. Ghent, Belgium), Prof. H. Malonek (Univ. Aveiro, Portugal)
15 March: 15-17h
16 March: 15-17h
18 March: 15-17h 
19 March: 15-17h 

* * Nevanlinna Theory - Prof.  G. Jank (RWTH, Aachen, Germany)
15 March: 10-12h
16 March: 10-12h
18 March: 10-12h 
19 March: 10-12h 

* * Student presentations
17 March: 10-12h

There will be a Workshop "Applications and Generalizations of 
Complex Analysis" at the Department of Mathematics, University 
of Coimbra, in the 12th and the 13th of March of 1999, 
after the first week of the intensive course.

This intensive course follows the four held in Coimbra and 
Aveiro from 1995 to 1998 and there are plans for intensive 
courses in the following years. The lecture notes of some 
of the courses have been published in Coimbra and others 
are in print (for more information please see the URL  

Living expenses can be partially covered for some 
students if they do not have support from their own 
institution and if there is enough money available.

Informations about the Mathematics Department or the
University of Coimbra can be seen in http://www.mat.uc.pt/

Further informations can be obtained from:

H. Malonek                         
Departamento de Matematica             
Universidade de Aveiro                
3800 Aveiro                           
fax: 351-34-382014                     
email: hrmalon@samantha.mat.ua.pt

Amilcar Branquinho
Departamento de Matematica
Universidade de Coimbra
3000 Coimbra
fax: 351-39-832568
email: ajplb@mat.uc.pt

J. Carvalho e Silva
Departamento de Matematica
Universidade de Coimbra
3000 Coimbra
fax: 351-39-832568
email: jaimecs@mat.uc.pt


with support from CMUC - Centro de Matematica da Universidade de Coimbra


with the support of the Socrates programme of some Universities