The CRM has published its annual report for 2021, where you will find a summary of all the scientific activities and the work carried out by our research groups. 2021 has been a year characterized by the recognition of the CRM as María de Maeztu Unit of Excellence. This achievement is the culmination of the hard work by the CRM research community to enhance and expand the position of the CRM both at a national and international level.
Regarding the scientific activities organized by the CRM, the return to normality in terms of the on-site format of the events has been slow due to the strict conditions to ensure the safety and health of all the participants and invited researchers. However, the improvement on the technical element to guarantee access remotely to most of the talks and activities is something that will help the CRM offer a better service moving forward.
CRM Comm Team
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Eva Miranda, a Full Professor at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and affiliated researcher at CRM, has been invited to give a lecture in the Nachdiplom series at ETH Zurich. Her lecture, titled “Singular Symplectic Manifolds,” is scheduled for the fall of 2025 and is expected to delve into the intricacies of this complex topic, a subject she has extensively researched since 2009.
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Xavier Ros Oton, ICREA Research Professor, Full Professor at the University of Barcelona, and affiliated researcher at CRM, has been awarded a Consolidator Grant by the European Research Council to develop a project on Partial Differential...
The Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM) and the Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM) organised a 4-day event to explore new ways to collaborate both at the research and institutional levels.
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