NMC 2024 will be in De Nieuwe Werelt in Lunteren.
The preparations for the Netherlands Mathematical Congress 2024 are in full swing, and the programme is taking shape. Keynote lectures will be given by Leslie Ann Goldberg (Univ of Oxford), Stefanie Jegelka (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Amie Wilkinson (Univ of Chicago). The Beeger lecture will be given by Andrew Sutherland (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
All four mathematics clusters, the two NWO Gravitation programmes, AI & Mathematics and 4TU.AMI will organize a parallel session. Furthermore, there will be sessions organized by EWM-NL and by the newly established Young KWG.
Next to the keynote lectures and the traditional parallel sessions, the programme elements that were introduced last year, will be offered: the workshops for PhD students, the Poster Competition and the Indagationes Mathematicae Best Paper Award session. Besides the latter, the Speed Dates with Industry, the KWG PhD Prize, the Stieltjes Prize and the Pythagoras Prize ceremonies will take place.
The NMC 2024 will be held in De Werelt in Lunteren. Registration will be open soon.
Call for submissions for the KWG PhD Prize 2024
Each year the Royal Dutch Mathematical Society (KWG) organizes the KWG PhD prize competition for the best presentation of PhD research in mathematics. The PhD prize competition is open to PhD candidates in mathematics from all universities in the Netherlands and CWI, provided they have not yet defended their thesis on 29 February 2024. You are kindly invited to participate! Read more about the procedure.
NMC 2024 Poster Session and Competition
Invitation to all PhD students in mathematics in The Netherlands
During the NMC 2024, a poster session will be organized for all PhD students in mathematics in The Netherlands. The poster session will have a competitive character. A jury will assess the posters and award three prizes: 300, 200 and 100 €. The prizes will be awarded during the closing ceremony of the NMC 2024. More information about the poster competition can be found here.