UK-Japan Winter School
Nonlinear Analysis
Royal Academy of Engineering, London, 7-11 January 2013


The UK-Japan Winter Schools have been held since 1999. Every year the focus is on a special topic. For the next Winter School the topic will be "Nonlinear Analysis". The aim of the School is to bring together Japanese and UK scientists, in particular also young researchers and students from mathematics and mathematical physics, in a relaxing and stimulating atmosphere.

Previous UK-Japan Winter Schools:

1999: Differential Geometry (Bury St Edmunds, Nowton Court)
2000: Harmonic Maps (Bury St Edmunds, Nowton Court)
2001: Ergodic Theory (Bury St Edmunds, Nowton Court)
2003: Stochastic Partial Differential Equations (University of Warwick)
2004: Geometry and Analysis Towards Quantum Theory (University of Durham)
2005: Geometric, Spectral, and Stochastic Analysis (Evesham, Wood Norton Hall & Conference Centre)
2006: Dynamics and Arithmetics (Bury St Edmunds, Nowton Court)
2007: Number Theory (University of Cambridge)
2008: Algebraic and Symplectic Geometry (University of Warwick)
2009: Dynamics and Complexity (University of Bath)
2010: Integrable Systems and Symmetry (University of Manchester)
2011: New Methods in Geometry (King's College London)
2012: String Theory, Geometry, and Mathematical Physics (University of Oxford)

To celebrate the success of the UK-Japan Winter Schools we organised in July 2012 a special UK-Japan Mathematical Forum in Japan:

2012: Geometry, Probability, and their Applications (Keio University)

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Last update: 15 August 2012