4th Conference of Frontiers in Mathematical Science

4th Conference of Frontiers in Mathematical Science

19-21 July 2016, Tehran

For the fourth "Frontiers in Mathematical Sciences" conference, like past years, leading Iranian mathematicians from around the world are invited to present lectures.  The compilation of invited papers will be published as a monograph entitled Mathematics and Related Fields.  This year the conference will be hosted by Sharif University of Technology, and extensive graduate student participation from various educational institutions is expected.  We hope that these annual events will contribute to the establishment of research networks between mathematicians in Iran and abroad and provide international recognition for Iranian mathematical activities.

Frontiers Mission and Vision

The annual conferences "Frontiers in Mathematical Sciences" are intended to create a structure for the communication and international cooperation between mathematicians in Iran and abroad.  The conferences have the following objectives:

  • Creating a forum for effective communication in the community of Iranian mathematicians.
  • Making the Iranian mathematical community especially graduate students and younger mathematicians acquainted with frontiers in mathematical sciences.
  • Generating opportunities to define common research projects.
  • Providing scientific lectures on topics on the frontiers in mathematical sciences with high standards.
  • Publishing the Proceedings of the conference.
  • Establishing a scientific tradition to attract leading mathematicians abroad.

Important Dates :

  • Paper Submission Opens: 1 May 2016
  • Final Paper Submission: 1 June 2016
  • Notification of Acceptance: 1 July 2016
  • Registration Opens: 1 June 2016
  • Registration Deadline: 10 July 2016
  • Main Event: 19 - 21 July 2016


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