The RSME's 7th Congress of Young Rsearchers has an organizing committee and a scientific committee. The conference is organized by the RSME, the UPV/EHU, which will be the hosting institution; and the BCAM.
The organizing committee has nine people linked to the Basque mathematical community. The chairperson of the organizing committee is Josué Tonelli-Cueto, and the treasurer Oihana Garayalde Ocaña. Moreover, the committe has five officers who are responsible of the activities of the congress. The committee is formed by the following people (ordered alphabetically).
Specialist in applied mathematics, with special attention to numerical problems associated with geophysics and electromagnetism.
María Zambrano Postdoctoral Researcher at UPV/EHU, since 2022. Postdoctoral Researcher at BCAM, 2021. Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Columbia University (New York, United States), 2018-2020. PhD from UPV/EHU and Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour (France), 2015, with Extraordinary Award; Máster en Modelización e Investigación Matemática, Estadística y Computación from UPV/EHU, 2011; Máster en Banca y Finanzas Cuantitativas from UPV/EHU, UV and UCM, 2009; and Licenciatura en Física from UPV/EHU, 2007.
Specialist in differential equations, with special attention to controllability and observability.
Assistant Professor at UPV/EHU, since 2021. Vicent Caselles Award 2021. Postdoc at UAM, 2020-2021. PhD from Sorbonne Université (France), 2020; Máster1 Mathématiques and Master2 Mathématiques et applications from Sorbonne Université (France), 2016 y 2017; and Grado en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2016.
Specialist in partial differential equations with special attention to unique continuation problems.
Assistant Professor at UPV/EHU, since 2017. IdEx Postdoctoral Researcher at Universtité de Bordeaux (France), 2016-2017. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2015; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2011.
Specialist in group theory and homological algebra, more concretely, (pro)finite group cohomology and spectral sequences.
Assistant Professora at UPV/EHU, since 2019 (February). Postdoctoral Fellow of the group Algebra and Number Theory at Universität Düsseldorf (Germany), 2017 [January]-2018 [December]. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2016 [October]; Master in Mathematical Sciences from Universiteit Utrecht (The Netherlands), 2011; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2010.
Specialist in permutation-based combinatorial optimization and (meta)heuristic techniques development.
Assistant Professora at UPV/EHU, since 2019. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2015; Máster en Ingeniería Computacional y Sistemas Inteligentes from UPV/EHU, 2010; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2009.
Specialist in mathematics applied to biology, with special emphasis on biomedical applications such as the computational design of vaccines or the analysis of biomedical temporal series.
Assistant Professor at UPV/EHU, since 2019. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2017, with Extraordinary Award; Máster en Investigación Biomédica from UPV/EHU, 2013; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2012.
Specialist in discretization methods for transitory partial differential equations.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow (MSCA-IF-2020) at BCAM, since 2021 [February]; Visiting Researcher at Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, UT Austin (Texas, United States), since 2021 [February]. Investigadora Postdoctoral at BCAM, 2019-2021 [January]. Vicent Caselles Award 2020; and Spanish candidate from SeMA to ECCOMAS awards for the best PhD thesis in 2019. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2019; Máster en Modelización e Investigación Matemática, Estadística y Computación from UPV/EHU, 2015; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2014.
Specialis in numerical algorithms in algebraic geometry and their complexity.
Rufus Isaacs Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins University (Maryland, United States), since 2023. Lecturer/Research Fellow at UT San Antonio (Texas, United Stated), 2022-2023. FSMP Postdoctoral Fellow at Inria Paris and IMJ-PRG (France), 2020 [January]-2022. PhD from Technische Universität Berlin and Berlin Mathematical School (Germany), 2019 [noviembre], with a dissertation award MATH+2020 of the doctoral school and the 3rd Award of the Tirburtius-Preis 2020 of the Berlin Universities; M.Sc. Mathematik from Technische Universität Berlin (Germany), 2017; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2014.
Specialist in group theory and symbolic dynamics.
Assistant Professora at UPV/EHU, since 2021. Postdoctoral Fellow of the group Mathematical, Computational and Experimental Neuroscience at BCAM, 2018-2020. PhD from UPV/EHU, 2017; Máster en Matematicas y Aplicaciones from UAM, 2014; and Licenciatura en Matemáticas from UPV/EHU, 2013.
Once the scientific committee is composed, the information will be updated.
Founded in 1911 and reconstituted in 1996, the Real Sociedad Matemática Española (RSME) [Royal Spanish Mathematical Society] is the primary Spanish mathematical association that represents and looks out for the interests of all people of this discipline in the country, both at the national and at the international level. With its different bulletins, commissions, congresses, schools, awards and publications, the RSME not only plays a purely institutional and formal role but also becomes the organic means through which the Spanish mathematical community articulates, communicates, coordinates and expresses itself.
The RSME is determined to play a central role in the young Spanish mathematical community. To promote collaboration and interaction inside this young community, the RSME organizes, since 2011, every other year, the Congreso de Jóvenes Investigadores [Congress of Young Researchers], where young researchers can present their first results and interact with other young researchers interested in maintaining a link to Spain. Furthermore, to recognize the research of the best young researchers in mathematics, the RSME gives each year the Vicen Caselles Awards, in collaboration with the BBVA Foundation since el 2015, and the Rubio de France Prize since 2004. And for looking out for the interest of the young Spanish mathematical community, the RSME has, since 2018, the Comisión de Jóvenes [Young Commission], presided over today by the mathematician Erika Diz Pita.
Founded on February 25th, 1980, after the incorporation to the University of Bilbao of the higher education centers in Gipuzkoa and Araba, Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU) [University of the Basque Country] is the most prominent university of the Basque Country—and one of the first of the whole Spain—with campuses in the three Basque provinces: in Biscay, distributed across Bilbao, Leioa, Barakaldo and Portugalete; in Gipuzkoa, distributed between Donostia and Eibar; and in Araba, located at Vitoria-Gasteiz.
In its logo (designed by the Basque artist Eduardo Chillida), one can read the motto of the university:
eman ta zabal zazu
Under this motto (which means “give and extend it”), the UPV/EHU “gives” (researches) and “extends” (teaches) knowledge to the Basque people in all the areas of inquiry. Regarding mathematics, this branch can be found in the so-called Leioa campus. There, in the Department of Mathematics, in the Facultad de Ciencia y Tecnología (ZTF-FCT) [College of Science and Technology], the new Basque mathematics and mathematicians are created and formed.
Founded in 2008 with the support of the Basque Government, the Basque Center for Applied Mathematics (BCAM) is the most important research center of applied mathematics not only in the Basque Country but also in the whole of Spain. Its recognition as Centro de Excelencia Severo Ochoa [Severo Ochoa Excellence Center] neither once nor twice, but three consecutive times since 2013, justifies this qualification. In addition, the BCAM is not only a leading research center, but it plays a central role in the Basque (and international) industry with its successful projects of mathematical-technological transfer.
Among the successes of the BCAM in the industrial world, we find the collaboration with Basque Healthcare System, Osakidetza on the modelization and prediction of the evolution of COVID-19; with the Athletic Club Bilbao on the prediction of casualties in players; with the coffee company illy on the modelization at the microscopic level of the mixture of coffee and water; and with the insurance company Lagun Aro on the prediction of termination of contracted insurances.
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