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NMC Scientific Days, 11 & 12 April 2023
The next Nederlands Mathematics Congres (NMC, Dutch Mathematical Congress) will take place on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 April. Next to three interesting keynote speakers, the Brouwer medal will be awarded. Other elements of the programme will be sessions by the Mathematics Clusters, Gravitation programmes and AIM, inspiring workshops for PhD students, Speed dates with Industry and a poster competition.
NMC 2023 Poster session and Competition
Invitation to all PhD students in Mathematics in The Netherlands
During the upcoming Netherlands Mathematical Congress (NMC 2023, Utrecht, 11-12 April 2023), a poster session will be organized for all PhD students in Mathematics in The Netherlands. The poster session will have a competitive character. A jury will assess the posters and award three prizes: 300, 200 and 100 € for the best, one-but-best and second-best poster. The prizes will be awarded during the closing ceremony of NMC 2023. The deadline for submitting posters is 13 March 2023. >> More information
Call for KWG PhD Prize 2023
Every year, the Dutch Royal Mathematical Society (KWG) invites several PhD candidates to present their research at the Netherlands Mathematical Congress (NMC). A jury of mathematicians from various ﬁelds chooses a winner, who receives besides the prestige of winning, an exchange trophy and a monetary reward of 1000 euro made available by the Foundation Compositio Mathematica. This year the jury will be chaired by Prof. Martin van Gijzen (TU Delft).
The PhD prize competition is open to PhD candidates in mathematics from all universities in the Netherlands, provided their thesis defense date is after February 28th 2023. The deadline for proposals is Wednesday, 1 March 2023. In order to enter the competition, please read the attached document.
Pictures NMC 2022
On 19 and 20 April the NMC 2022 took place. During the NMC Scientific Days, keynote lectures were given by: Helmut Hofer (Princeton Institute for Advanced Study), Natasa Jonoska (University of South Florida), Shafi Goldwasser (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Beeger lecturer) and Joris van der Hoeven, winner of the N.G. de Bruijn Prize.
You can find a photo impression on this page.