This workshop is currently planned as a face-to-face event, though the organisers are monitoring the progress of the epidemiological situation. A decision on the possibility of moving the event to a virtual setting will be made before September 20th.
XVI Young Researchers Workshop in Geometry, Mechanics and Control
to December 03, 2021
We plan to carry out the workshop on-site but it will depend on the Covid-19 evolution. We will inform you by September 20, 2021 if the activity is finally virtual.
The 16th Young Researchers Workshop in Geometry, Mechanics, and Control is a yearly event to promote young researchers in the field of differential geometry and its relations to mechanics and control theory. The 16th edition will take place in Barcelona. This event offers researchers in the field, especially to the younger participants, a platform to share their latest results to an international audience and discuss current topics. The workshop will contain three mini-courses in key topics in the field, selected talks proposed by the participants and a poster session.
Location and dates:
- Where: Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
- When: December 1-3, 2021
- Other questions? Contact us at 16ywgmc(at)gmail.com
|Jordi Gaset||Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona|
|Cédric Oms||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|Xavier Rivas||Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya|
|María Barbero||Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain|
|Cédric M. Campos||Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain|
|Madeleine Jotz Lean||Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Germany|
|François Gay-Balmaz||CNRS, École Normale Supérieure, France|
|Bahman Gharesifard||Queen’s University, Canada|
|Ramiro Lafuente||The University of Queensland, Australia|
|Juan Margalef||Penn State’s University, USA|
|Rodrigo T. Sato Martín de Almagro||Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany|
An introduction to Information Geometry: Dynamics on Statistical Manifolds
by Luigi Malagó (Romanian Institute of Science and Technology – RIST)
Graph-based optimal control with application to autonomous driving
Kathrin Flaßkamp (Universität des Saarlandes)
Contributed talks & Poster presentations
Participants have the option to contribute with a talk or a poster presentation if they wish to do so. The poster boards that are available at the CRM measure one meter wide by two meters high. Any poster size within these limits is fine.
To apply, please select the relevant option during the registration process.