Registration will be open for several months prior to the start of the conference.
A registration for accompanying person will also be available.
Grants will be offered to mathematicians from less favoured countries. Each grant will cover the registration fee and travel and/or accommodation expenses.
The venue of the Congress will be the Scool of Egineering of the University of Seville (Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería de Sevilla - ETSI). A magnificent building located at walking distance from the city center, at Isla de la Cartuja, the area of the city in which the Universal Exposition of 1992 took place, and which later became the Technological Park of Seville. It was built for the 1992 Exposition as the Pavilion of 16 American countries, and it hosts the School of Engineering of the University of Seville since 1997.
The School of Engineering, founded in 1963, has nearly 6,000 students and about 400 academics. The Department of Applied Mathematics II, with more than 40 academics, is located at this School.
The building has a total built surface of 46,000 m2. The Main Hall, on the ground Floor, will be used for registration desks, areas for lunch and coffee breaks, and stands for companies and mathematical societies.
The auditorium will host all Plenary Talks, and the Closing Ceremony. It has capacity for 710 people.
The building has 48 conference and lecture rooms with a total capacity of 5,231 people. They include:
There is wifi access in the whole building. Those participants using EDUROAM will have immediate access. The organization will provide wifi connection to all participants.
Plus other 29 lecture rooms, for between 60 and 99 people
In case it is needed, the plenary talks, as well as some of the invited talks would be scheduled at the secondary venue: Barceló Convention Center.
Barceló Convention Center is placed at Hotel Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento, which is at 5 minutes walking (450m) from the main venue of the Congress.
The Maestranza Theatre is located on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, between the Real Maestranza Bullring and the Torre del Oro. It is a privileged environment which has become one of the most prestigious places of Spain, occupied the most famous opera companies in the world with the greatest singers.
Opened in 1991, it has a seating capacity of 1,800 people and a volume space of about 20.000 m3. The theatre has the best machinery available to a European opera house, making it possible to stage the most sophisticated of productions. Its superb acoustics is suitable for any kind of performance, from opera to classical music, popular music and ballet. It has also become a venue of choice for performances by leading figures of flamenco.
The General Manager of the Maestranza Theatre is delighted to host the opening ceremony of the 9 European Congress of Mathematics, where the Otto Neugebauer Prize, the Felix Klein Prize and ten EMS prizes will be awarded. The ceremony will be followed by a reception cocktail held at this wonderful location.
The council meeting will take place at the Carmen de los Chapiteles, located in a unique setting under the Generalife gardens in The Alhambra and facing the charismatic and popular neighborhoods of Albaicín and Sacromonte. Its origins date back to the 14th century, and six centuries later, we can still admire its original coffered ceilings and enjoy the beauty of its Nasrid Gardens.
Meeting facilities will be available for Saturday 13th (in the afternoon) and Sunday 14th July. Around 90 guests are expected to attend the council meeting.
Before the start of the Council Meeting, a guided visit to the Alhambra with a mathematical theme is programmed on Saturday morning. After this visit, lunch will be served at the venue.
On Saturday night dinner will be organized at Carmen de la Victoria, in the Albaicín neighbourhood. This Carmen (a typical house with garden in the historical neighbourhood in Granada) has been owned by the university since 1945 and is currently a student residence and meeting venue. It has an outdoor garden with stunning views of the Alhambra, and it caters to both informal and formal dinners.
The Congress Banquet will take place in one of the emblematic venues of the city, the ‘Casino de la exposición’, which is close to the city centre and to the Main historical building of the University of Seville.
In Baroque style, this building was, together with the Lope de Vega Theatre, the Pavilion of the City of Seville at the Iberian‐American Exposition of 1929.
Andalusian Institute of Mathematics
University of Seville
Mathematics Institute University of Seville
Institute of Mathematics of the University of Granada
European Mathematical Society
Royal Spanish Mathematical Society
Spanish Society of Applied Mathematics
Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations Research
Catalan Mathematical Society
National Association of Students of Mathematics
A number of hotel rooms will be blocked to guarantee accommodation for 9ECM participants. Special care will be taken in selecting hotels with an easy reach of the venue.
How to Get There
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Seville, The City
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Emergency & Medical Care
Emergency phone: 112. No medical assistance is covered by the Organization. We strongly recommend to bring your own insurance.
The University of Seville is the second largest Spanish university and the first one in Andalusia in number of students. The University community consists of more than eighty thousand people including students, professors, researchers and administrative professionals.
With over 500 years of history, the University has a long tradition of international and institutional academic collaboration, which is supported by its recognition as a Campus of International Excellence, and its participation in major international programs and projects for exchange of knowledge, experiences and resources in order to deepen the study, teaching, research and institutional relations.
The valuable human capital at the University of Seville, with its nearly 5,000 researchers and more than 400 research groups, has made it possible not only to be the third university in Spain in terms of patent generation and founder, creator and promoter of many important technological companies, but has also allowed research to become the spearhead of its strategic plan, having being recognized its International Excellence in 13 (out of 22) research fields. Mixed centers such as the National Accelerator Centre (CNA), the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBIS), Institute of Biomedicine of Seville the Andalusian Center for Research in Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (CABIMER) and the Scientific Research Centre of Isla de la Cartuja are facilities in which excellent quality research is made and transferred, with the the Advanced Technology Transfer Center at the University of Seville (CENTRIUS) being the most innovative and advanced instance of the Science-Technology-Company-Society integration system.
The US has the largest Library of Andalusia, with more than 1,600,000 volumes, and has been awarded the European Seal of Excellence 300+. The recently inaugurated Center of Learning and Research Resources (CRAI) combines physical resources (consisting of twenty thematic libraries) with virtual spaces, where you can borrow, consult the combined catalog (journals, electronic resources, digitalized old repository and scientific production) for each of the eight university libraries of Andalusia.
The School of Engineering Library, with a clear vocation of openness to society, has provided the US throughout its history with a rich historical heritage, among which it is worth noting the seven buildings which have been declared of Cultural Interest (BIC). Its renewed cultural offers enrich the program of the city. The University’s commitment to society manifests itself with the offices for Sustainability and Development Cooperation, as well as its wide range of accommodation, dining and day care options. We can also highlight, for its social impact, the best University sports facilities in Spain (with a 5,859 m2 multi-function pavilion), which have the quality certification +400 and recognition from the Sports Center of Andalusia.
For its firm commitment to internationalization, its organizational capacities and its resources, the University of Seville is usually a reference, in the European and global context, as a meeting point of scientists, teachers, researchers and experts from around the world in various fields of knowledge, who come to Seville attracted by its wide range of conferences, seminars, meetings, conferences and international congresses organized by members of the University community.
With almost 2,000 members, the Spanish Mathematical Society (RSME) is one of the largest ones in Europe. Founded in 1911, it has recently celebrated its first centennial. It serves as the fundamental backbone of the Spanish mathematical community and main promoter of many mathematical activities in Spain, the most important ones from the research point of view being the biennial RSME Congress and the (also biennial) RSME Congress for Young Researchers in Mathematics.
The RSME has a privileged relationship with many other European and Latin-American societies, as demonstrated by the numerous joint congresses such as the biennial Iberian Meetings (with the Portuguese Mathematical Society), the joint meeting of the Spanish (RSME-SCM-SEMA) and Italian (UMI-SIMAI) Societies in 2014, the joint meeting with the Belgian and Luxembourgian societies (2012, 2016), the well-established triennial joint meeting with the Mexican Mathematical Society or the joint meeting with the Brazilian societies in December 2015, and later with the Argentinian Mathematical Union in 2017. These meetings represent fundamental events for the exchange of ideas and collaboration between mathematicians from Spanish institutions and other countries.
The numerous projects, meetings and activities of the RSME, as well as those of the other three main Mathematical Societies in Spain (the Spanish Society of Applied Mathematics, SEMA; the Spanish Society of Statistics and Operations Research, SEIO and the Catalan Mathematical Society, SCM), are a good reflection of the excellent health of the mathematical community in our country.
Cordoba and its Mosque, unique in the world tell the history of one fascinating period. It was started in 780, where the Visigoth church of San Vicente was first placed. It was extended several times until 987, when it reached the size it has nowadays. Alter the Reconquest, when Christians had the power again in Cordoba, they built a Gothic Cathedral on it. The Mosque is a master piece of the Muslim art. Another monument, the Synagogue of Cordoba is placed in the core of the city. It was built in 1315 (5075 in the Jewis h Calendar) in mudejar style.Must see
Granada is one of the pearls of Spain, most visited by tourists from all the world. The long-time capital of Moorish Andalusia has to offer the most important reminds of this epoch in Spanish history, with the world-famous “Alhambra” at the top of the list. Walk through beautiful gardens, charming narrow streets filled with flowers, sit down in one of those typical taverns to have some of that famous “Trevélez” ham and local wine, and breath the centuries of history around you anywhere. There are gypsies singing “Flamenco”, and don’t miss to visit their famous “Cuevas” - caves - in the mountain of the monastery of Sacromonte where some of them really live still nowadays making magnificent artisany. Granada’s popular festivals, based as well on Moorish as Christian tradition, are most attractive.Must see
Almeria city is a lively, modern commercial city. It is very Spanish, with few expats residing in the centre. There is a ferry port where you can take a trip over to North Africa, a sports marina and a fishing port. A visit to the city is definitely worthwhile: it has a good selection of galleries, museums and shops, as well as lots of picturesque squares along the main central avenue Las Ramblas.
The little town of Nijar, just outside Almeria city, produces handmade clay ceramicware and is definitely worth a trip to watch the artisan process and to pick up a unique holiday souvenir.
West of the city of Almeria you find the towns of Roquetas de Mar, Aguadulce and Almerimar. They are well-developed tourist destinations, which offer all the facilities that you would expect to find in a modern tourist area. Almerimar boasts marinas and a golf course of 27 holes, making it the ideal destination for an active holiday.
Browse these villas and apartments in Almerimar and enjoy the best golf course on the Costa de Almeria.
Even further west, you come to the old fishing town of Adra, in the area known as ‘El Poniente’. The city has some extremely interesting archaeological sites dating from the 8th century BC. There are many Phoenician, Roman and Arab remains that are often missed by the crowds of tourists.
To the east, Mojácar is a charming village and beach resort with excellent beaches such as the famous El Playazo, as well as lots of traditional festivals (los Moros y Cristianos in June and the San Juan festival in July for example). Explore this whitewashed village and its beautiful natural surroundings with one of these holiday villas in Mojácar as your base.Must see
In Cadiz, the Mediterranean Sea ends and the Atlantic Ocean starts. It’s capital city, Cadiz, is the oldest inhabited city in the Iberian Peninsula and possibly in all of south-western Europe. The city juts out on a peninsula and is completely surrounded by sea; you can catch a boat across a stretch of water to the beautiful village of Puerto Santa María.
The old city has a very Moorish feel. It’s a very easygoing city; the Cadiz Carnival in February is famous throughout Spain and the city is very popular with language students who come to learn Spanish and soak up the local culture.
However, the largest city in the province is in fact not its capital, but the city of Jerez de la Frontera, the home of Sherry; also famous for horse and cattle breeding and flamenco.
The hip and trendy town of Tarifa is also found in Cádiz. The town and surrounding beaches are very popular with wind and kite surfers due to the strong winds from the straits, because of the high winds in the area; the landscape is dotted with Wind Turbines, creating natural energy in the region.Must see
The province comprises of 100 municipalities stretching from the Eastern towns and sierras of the Axarquía, inland to Antequera and the Serranía de Ronda and down to Estepona at the most western point, before entering into the province of Cadiz.
Malaga city itself has a population of over half a million and has a rich history spanning back 2700 years to the Phoenicians in 770 BC and is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas.
The coastal towns of Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola and Marbella which were once just small fishing towns with very little to offer, now count as amongst the most important touristic destinations in Europe. Inland Malaga paints a completely different picture; white washed rural villages, kilometre upon kilometre of olive and orange groves, rolling countryside and ancient settlement ruins dating back to Roman and Neolithic ages.
In terms of gastronomy, Malaga is noted for the great variety of fish and fish dishes offered. The famous ‘pescadito frito’ (fried mixed fish) and ‘Sardinas al Espeto’ (Sardines on the Spit) are two favourites.Must see
Seville has the particularity to have three UNESCO world heritage sites in close proximity of one another: Cathedral, Alcázar and “Archivo de Indias”, with almost 300 years of unique documents on the relation between Europe and America (whc.unesco.org/en/list/383/). In the tourist visit one of them will be visited, the Alcázar of Seville.
The Alcazar of Seville is one of the oldest royal palaces still in use in the world. A palace that has lived through different eras, from the late eleventh century to the modern day, and from its walls we can appreciate the influence of the cultures that have passed through the city of Seville. The visit promises an opportunity to appreciate the beauty and the secrets of this palace; a stroll through the palace paths, in the shade of the orange and myrtle trees; a walk through history by discovering each corner of this architectural wonder (see www.alcazarsevilla.org/en/).