Registration:The 11th Japan- Taiwan Joint Workshop for Young Scholars in Applied Mathematics
About the Workshop:
The Taiwan-Japan Joint Workshop for Young Scholars in Applied Mathematics has been held 10 times by Taiwan and Japan in the past. Due to its excellent results, the number of participating young lecturers (master and doctoral students and post-doctoral students) has grown from about 20 to 40-50 today . The previous session was held at Ryukoku University in Japan. The new 11th session is expected to be held in 2020 in the Department of Applied Mathematics at Tunghai University. It will be co-organized by Taiwan and Japanese PDE, biomathematics, modeling and other applied mathematics.
This series of conferences features topics ranging from theoretical ODEs and PDEs, to computational methods, to biological, physics, and chemical-related models, to financial phenomena, image processing, and industrial design. The previous sessions really opened the eyes of the participants and received great academic shock. The participating Taiwanese and Japanese lecturers (Master and Ph.D. students and postdoctoral fellows) were extremely excited during the rich interaction. The meeting provided an excellent platform for them to enhance their friendship. Establish academic networks and networks with potential students and scholars early
Time: Feb.27-29 , 2020
Venue:B1 Mao-Bang Hall (茂榜廳), Humanities Building, Tunghai University, Department of Applied Mathematics, Tunghai University
Registration Deadline: Feb. 13th,2020.
Ph. D. student
Research Fellow (Academia Sinica)
Need Travel Support?
NCTS will provide travel support for those who do not have a grant. For funding request, please do the registration by Feb. 10th,2020.
Need Accommodation Support? NCTS will provide accommodation support for those who do not have a grant. For funding request, please do the registration by Feb. 10th,2020.
There will be a banquet of this workshop on Feb.28.
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