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ICTA – CRM closed activity
The workshop has been created with the idea of bringing together researchers of ICTA-UAB and the Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) – two Maria de Maeztu Units of Excellence at the UAB campus. Following two sessions of short presentations by ICTA and CRM researchers to introduce their work and research interests, then there will be the opportunity to participate in a poster session and engage in discussion groups.
The workshops, intended for both junior and senior researchers, is aimed at fostering interdisciplinary research across the two centres.
Time, date and venue
The workshop will take place at ICTA-UAB (Sala Antoni Rosell) on Monday, 23rd of May 2022, from 10:00 to 13:00. It aims at fostering interdisciplinary research across the two centres.
10:00 - 10:10
Welcome by ICTA and CRM directors
10:10 - 11:10
ICTA-CRM short talks (session I)
11:10 - 11:30
11:30 - 12:30
ICTA-CRM short talks (session II)
12:30 - 12:40
Conclusions by ICTA and CRM Directors
13:00 - 14:30
Lunch break and discussion
Speakers and topics
Lluis Alsedà, UAB-CRM Group Leader. Dynamical Systems. Optimization. Interested in applications to smart cities, urban planning, and ecology.
Tim Myers, Group Leader. Mathematical modelling (heat transfer, adsorption). Interests on green roofs. CO2 and other pollutants removal.
David Romero, CRM Knowledge Transfer Unit. On-demand public transport, mobility.
Josep Sardanyès, Ramon y Cajal Researcher, Mathematics for Biology. Non-linear models of biological and ecological processes.
Pere Puig, UAB-CRM Group Leader. Advanced Statistics. Biostatistics, epidemiology.
Álvaro Corral, Group Leader. Complex systems. Statistical physics methods applied to the study of natural hazards, such as extremes in precipitation.
Sergio Villamayor, LAND Theme Leader. Patterns of rural vulnerability and adaptation to global change.
Ivan Savin, Senior Researcher. Climate policy.
Jeroen Van den Bergh, POLICIES Theme leader. Economic analysis of climate policy and transition to a low-carbon economy.
Oriol Marquet, Ramon y Cajal Researcher. Links between the built environment and human behavior, focus on transportation and mobility patterns.
Alba Badia, Postdoctoral researcher. Impact of green infrastructures on the urban atmosphere.
Gara Villalba, CITIES Theme leader. Study and optimization of resource metabolism from a systemic approach.