16 - 20 September 2024
The Fourth Conference of Young Applied Mathematicians
About the Conference
The Young Applied Mathematicians Conference will focus on Numerical Modeling, Numerical Analysis, Machine Learning, and Statistics. The topics covered may include, but are not limited to: Supervised/Unsupervised Learning, Theoretical Foundations of ML, Geometric DL, Deep Reinforcement Learning, Generative models, NLP, ExplainableAI,..., Boundary Element Method, Finite Element Methods, Monte Carlo Methods, Numerical Optimization, Numerical Linear Algebra, Adaptive Mesh Refinement, Numerical Solution of PDEs, Virtual Element Methods, Isogeometric Analysis, Uncertainty Quantification,...
The Fourth Conference of Young Applied Mathematicians (YAMC) in Rome is organized by Ph.D. students and PostDocs from the University of Pavia, the University of Siena, the University of Bath, the IAC CNR, the SISSA in Trieste and the University Campus Biomedico of Rome. In particular, the conference targets Master's students, PhD students, and PostDocs interested in the fields of Numerical Modelling, Numerical Analysis, Machine Learning, and Statistics.
Each conference day will be opened by a plenary talk given by senior lecturers. The remainder of the session is dedicated to the participants, who are strongly encouraged to present their research as short or long presentations. To allow everyone to talk, two parallel tracks will be organized.
Each participant will be asked to pay a small registration fee that will cover Coffee Breaks and Social Events.
The YAMC would like to contribute to the support of women in the natural sciences. We will therefore do our best to have a 50% share of female speakers. We warmly encourage female researchers to apply to hold a class or give a presentation.
Novelty: this year we will be proposing a Special Issue to an indexed journal gathering contributions that are relevant to the conference.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to receiving your contributions! Note: You don't need to be a mathematician to participate!