REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN, AND POSTER SPACES ARE STILL AVAILABLE, BUT PLEASE NOTE THAT WE MAY HAVE NO FURTHER CAPACITY FOR TALKS
• Paul Glendinning (Manchester, UK)
• Mats Gyllenberg (Helsinki, Finland)
• Ewa Schmeidel (Bialystok, Poland)
• Adina Luminita Sasu (Timişoara, Romania)
• Mihaly Pituk (Pannonia, Hungary)
• Horst Thieme (Arizona, USA)
• Andrey Shilnikov (Georgia State, USA)
• Patricia J Y Wong (Nanyang, Singapore)
ICDEA 2019 will be held at UCL (University College London). Located in the Bloomsbury area of London, UCL is close to the British Museum, Art Galleries, London Theatres, Restaurants and Bars.In the conference’s 25-year history, this is the first time that it will be held in the UK.
This annual 5-day meeting is a key forum for Researchers, Phd students and Postdocs worldwide to present and discuss research in Difference Equations, Discrete Dynamical Systems, and related topics, as well as their applications to various sciences.
'There will be 8 invited plenary talks, several parallel sessions of 30 = (25+5) minutes talks for researchers, plus facilities for posters. Also available will be individual day registration.
Previous ICDEA conferences were held in (Germany) in 2018, Timișoara (Romania) in 2017, Osaka (Japan) in 2016, (Poland) in 2015, Wuhan (Hubei, China) in 2014, Muscat (Oman) in 2013, Barcelona (Spain) in 2012, Trois-Rivières (Quebec, Canada) in 2011, Riga (Latvia) in 2010, Estoril (Portugal) in 2009, Istanbul (Turkey) in 2008, Lisbon (Portugal) in 2007, Kyoto (Japan) in 2006, Munich (Germany) in 2005, Los Angeles (California, USA) in 2004, Brno (Czech Republic) in 2003, Changsha (China) in 2002, Augsburg (Germany) in 2001, Temuco (Chile) in 2000, Poznan (Poland) in 1998, Taipei (Taiwan) in 1997, Veszprém (Hungary) in 1995 and San Antonio (Texas, USA) in 1994.
Deadline for early registration:
Extended to midnight Sunday 7 April 2019
Deadline for abstract submission:
The deadline has passed. Please contact the organisers via email@example.com
Deadline for online registration:
Sunday 9 June 2019
Organisation and contacts
Stephen Baigent (UCL, UK)
Elena Braverman (Chair) (Calgary, Canada)
Josef Diblik (Brno, Czech Republic)
Laura Gardini (Urbino, Italy)
Yun Kang (Arizona, USA)
Agnieszka Malinowska (Bialystok, Poland)
Jean Mawhin (Louvain, Belgium)
Martin Rasmussen (Imperial, UK)
Organisers and Support
Steve Baigent UCL Mathematics (Chair)
Rodney Halburd, UCL Mathematics
Steve Bishop, UCL Mathematics
Soheni Francis (UCL Mathematics)