The Organizing Committee of the ICM 2022 in Saint Petersburg is calling for proposals to hold satellite conferences, workshops and schools either before or after the Congress. As #satellites form an integral and crucial component of the ICM, the organizing committee encourages an active response from the mathematics community in proposing and organizing satellites.
Proposals should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and will be considered as they are received. A complete proposal should contain the information listed in the following document.
Additionally, if the satellite is held in the Russian Federation in partnership with a local scientific organization, the organizers may apply for #funding from the ICM budget. The application for funding should contain the same information, but with a detailed plan in items 5, 6 and 7. Schools targeting young researchers and women and scheduled directly before the ICM are particularly encouraged. The deadline for application is May 1, 2020. We expect to make funding decisions by July 1, 2020. If selected for funding, the estimated support from the ICM budget is up to 2,5 million rubles.
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2022, the year of the ICM, will mark 100th birthday of O. A. Ladyzhenskaya, who occupies a very special place in the history of St. Petersburg mathematics. The organizers of the ICM are planning to celebrate the life and the legacy of Olga Alexandrovna in a multitude of ways.
We think it is very ﬁtting to devote the ﬁrst issue of ICM news to essays about OAL written by renowned experts, people who either knew her well or who were inﬂuenced by her in a transformative way. This collection contains essays by P. Daskalopoulos, by A. Vershik, by L. Kapitanski and N. Reshetikhin, and by D. Apushkinskaya and A. Nazarov.
Click here to download the Ladyzhenskaya issue of the ICM newsletter.