was held at Stockholm University, Sweden
The aim of the conference was to bring together scientists working in neighboring areas of mathematics and physics. Special session in memory of Sonja Kovalevski (S.Kovalevskaya) - the first female professor in Scandinavia and a great mathematician - has been held. The program of the conference contained lectures by experts organized with a special aim to attract young scientists from Scandinavia, Russia and other countries to the modern progress in differential equations and their applications to fundamental problems of modern science.
The key subjects of the conference were:
1. General theory of ordinary and partial differential equations,
2. Probabilistic methods and complex dynamics,
3. Operator theory, scattering theory, resonances,
4. Quantum few-body problems and design of quantum electronic devices.
Particular attention was given to modern developments of mathematical methods elaborated by S.Kowalewski.
50 minutes lectures by experts were followed by 30 minutes talks in the afternoons. Special session for postgraduate students was organized on tuesday.
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Useful information about the conference can be found on our web-page
1. List of participants containing their complete addresses.
2. Conference program .
3. Photo gallery .
S.Albeverio (Bonn), Yu.N.Demkov (St.Petersburg), M.Passare (Stockholm), B.Pavlov (Auckland).
P.Kurasov (Stockholm) and N.Elander (Stockholm).
Kowalewski symposium, c/o P.Kurasov
Dept. of Mathematics, Stockholm Univ.,
106 91 Stockholm, SWEDEN
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