The second edition of the Nonlocal School on Fractional Equations NSFE 2022 will be held in-person at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa from June 9-11, 2022. The first edition took place in 2017 (see the website for details).
The school topics are analysis, numerics, and applications of fractional and nonlocal equations. There will be two mini-courses, each with 3 lectures, aimed towards graduate students, postdocs, and early career researchers, as well as six distinguished invited talks. NSFE 2022 keynote lecturers are
- Ovidiu Savin (Columbia University); topic: Nonlocal Minimal Surfaces; and
- Mahamadi Warma (George Mason University); topic: Control Theory for Fractional Equations.
Limited funds are available to support graduate students to attend the school. Students are encouraged to apply in advance. The application deadline for funding is March 4, 2022.
NSFE 2022 holds the “in cooperation with the Association for Women in Mathematics” status and supports the AWM Welcoming Environment Statement. Women and members of underrepresented and minority groups are strongly encouraged to attend and to apply for graduate student funding.