the performance Applied Mathematics Without Borders Opening presentation of the conference. The conference, held as part of the Days of Applied Mathematics, which invites distinguished researchers to Budapest, is organized on the occasion of the 60th birthday of the university professor who started and actively supervises the series, Gabor Domokos.
The event will be inaugurated by Tibor Zhijani, President of Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), followed by Indrei Shemiredi, Abel Prize-winning mathematician. Participation is free, but the organizers require everyone to register in advance. by clicking here can register.
He is one of the youngest Nobel Prize laureates
Sir Konstantin Sergeevich Novoselov was born in 1974. He graduated in 1997 in Moscow, defended his doctoral thesis at Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and has been doing research at Manchester University since 2001. Here, together with Andre Geim, they discovered the method for producing graphene, Their work was recognized with a Nobel Prize in 2010.
Professor Novoselov’s field of research is very wide: his interests range from superconductivity to ferromagnetism, and from materials science to biophysics. During his pioneering work, he found the most diverse applications of graphene in the fields of electronics, photonics, physics and chemistry of composite materials. In addition to the Nobel Prize, his research has been recognized by the international scientific community with many other awards. He is a member of several distinguished scientific societies (Royal Society, US National Academy of Sciences).
At the September 5-6 conference, among others, University of California (Berkeley), University of Oxford, University of Edinburgh, ETH Zurich, University of Bern, University of Toronto, University of Bristol and Cornell University will deliver world-renowned professors of mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, geology and psychology Lectures.
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