Forthcoming Events

  • Women and Research in Mathematics: the contribution of SISSA. With a Round Table on Glass Ceiling, SISSA, Trieste, September 7-8-9, 2016.

Website WoMath Conference




Past Events

  • PDE’s at the Grand Paradis. International Conference on the Variational Methods and non linear PDE’s. On the occasion of Filomena Pacella’s 60th birthday. Cogne, Auditorium Biblioteca (Piazzale delle Scuole), June 20-24, 2016. Website pdes Conference


  • Bruxelles-Torino talks in PDE’s. Department of Mathematics “Giuseppe Peano”, University of Turin, May 2-5, 2016.  Website Bru-To Conference



  • INdAM Meeting of European Women in Mathematics: the 17th EWM General Meeting Il Palazzone in Cortona, August 31st-September 4th, 2015 (go to the conference website: 17th-EWM Cortona2015)


  • Conference Complex Patterns in nonlinear phenomena with a day dedicated to Jacobo Pejsachowicz on the occasion of his 70th birthday, Torino, January 2015, 26th-30th. (go to the conference website: )


  • First ERC’s meeting: February 2014, 25-26   

Sala Verde Rettorato, Università degli Studi di Torino


Here you can download the program of the working sessions and even some talks:



– Benedetta Noris: “Existence and stability of the ground states of Gross-Pitaevskii systems with prescribed mass

– Manon Nys: “On the eigenvalues of Aharonov-Bohm operators with varying poles

– Gianmaria Verzini: “Strong competition vs fractional diffusion

– Nicola Soave: “Plan of work in the ERC project Complex Patterns for Strongly Interacting Dynamical Systems

– Alessandro Zilio: “Uniform bounds for strongly competing systems: the optimal Lipschitz case

– Davide Ferrario: “Complex dynamics for the classical N-body problem: Morse theory, singularities and regularization, central configurations and periodic solutions

– Vivina Barutello: “Linear stability and variational characterization of symmetric periodic solutions for n-body type problems

– Riccardo Jadanza: “Linear stability of n interacting vortex filaments

– Alessandro Portaluri: “Index Theory in Celestial Mechanics: Recent Results and New Perspectives


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