Gijón, June 14-18, 2021


The Congress on Differential Equations and Applications (CEDYA in Spanish), originates as the initiative of a group of Spanish researchers and professors, most of them from the areas of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Analysis, with the goal of boosting the research in Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Mechanics, Optimization and Control. The first edition was in 1978 in El Escorial (Madrid), organized by our colleagues of the Universidad Complutense. Until 1987 it was held annually.

The congress evolved with time, and its interests and goals experienced an increase in those years, accommodating different areas of applications of mathematics. This evolution was the reason to rename the congress in 1987 to Congress on Differential Equations and Applications/Congress of Applied Mathematics (CEDYA/CMA). At the same time, the conference changed to be biennial, and the next edition was held in 1989. In the 1991 edition, held in Oviedo (Asturias) our society SeMA was officially founded.

The XXVI CEDYA / XVI CMA will be held in Gijón (Asturias, Spain)  on June 14-18, 2021, after the parenthesis caused by the organization of ICIAM 2019 in Valencia. It will again be organized by members of the Department of Mathematics of the Universidad de Oviedo.

In this occasion, we will have ten plenary speakers, all of them top rank mathematicians. Besides the traditional individual contributions, researchers will have the opportunity of proposing the celebration of mini-symposia or present a poster about the topics of the congress

  • Partial Differential Equations (PDE)
  • Dynamical Systems and Ordinary Differential Equations (DS-ODE)
  • Numerical Analysis and Simulation (NAS)
  • Numerical Linear Algebra (NLA)
  • Optimal Control and Inverse Problems (OCIP)
  • Mathematics Applied to Industry, Social Sciences and Biology (MA)
  • Other: Scientific Computation, Approximation Theory, Discrete Mathematics, Mathematical Education, ... (O)


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