Mexican Mathematicians in the World: Perspectives and Recent Contributions (18w5142)

Arriving in Oaxaca, Mexico Sunday, June 10 and departing Friday June 15, 2018

Organizers

(The University of Queensland)

Xavier Gomez-Mont (CIMAT)

José Antonio Seade (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico)

Objectives

The community of Mexican mathematicians around the world is growing and strives to remain connected. This workshop is designed to foster and strengthen mathematical interaction among the members of this community. Like its predecessors, this will be a 5-day workshop for participants to share their scientific work and their experience abroad.



The main objectives of the workshop are:



- Expand efforts to promote interaction among Mexican mathematicians around the world.



- Disseminate the scientific work of Mexican mathematicians abroad. Participants are encouraged to contribute a paper to the internationally refereed proceedings of the meeting.



- Foster collaboration and academic exchange among Mexican mathematicians working abroad and their peers in Mexico. A selected group of participants are invited to speak about their research, and a poster session is organized, allowing for generous time for discussions.



- Exchange experiences concerning studying and working abroad. A round-table will be organized around this subject.



- Analize opportunities for returning to Mexico. A round-table will be organized around this subject, featuring recognized leaders of the Mexican mathematical community.



- Build and strengthen networks of global cooperation. Design strategies to strengthen links between Mexican mathematicians around the world and mathematical research institutions in Mexico.