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9th EMALCA, Bolivia, September 11-23, 2017

The "9na Escuela de Matemática de América Latina y el Caribe" in
Bolivia took place at Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz,
located at an elevation of about 11,811 feet above sea level. The aims
of the school were to put young students in contact with relevant
topics of current interest and to encourage the most outstanding to
continue postgraduate studies.  Professors Wolfgang Kliemann (Iowa
State Universtity), Rafael Labarca (Universidad de Santiago de Chile),

7th East Asian Conference on Algebraic Topology (EACAT), India, December 1-6. 2017

The East Asian Conference on Algebraic Topology (EACAT) is a biannual
conference on the broad area of Algebraic Topology. The seventh conference
of this series was held at IISER Mohali, India, during December 01-06,
2017. The conference was organised jointly by IISER Mohali and IIT Ropar.
There were a total of 33 talks on various aspects of Algebraic Topology by
experts from 07 countries. A proceedings of EACAT consisting of
contributed articles by some speakers and some well-known topologists from

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CIMPA school on Explicit Number Theory, South Africa, January 8-19, 2018

The CIMPA research school “Explicit Number Theory" was organized by CIMPA in conjunction with The University of the Witwatersrand. It was held at The University of the Witwatersrand from the 8th to the 19th of January 2018. Forty participants from 18 countries attended the conference including 16 from South Africa and 24 from other countries: 2 from Benin, Congo, Ghana, India, and Pakistan, 1 from Algeria, Austria, Croatia, Egypt, France, Japan, Israel, Ivory Coast, Mali, Perù, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, and Sudan.

International Summer School on Multi-scale Analysis Methods and Applications (ISSMAMA), Ecuador, July 10-22, 2017

The objectives of the 2017 International Summer School on Multi-scale Analysis Methods and Applications (ISSMAMA) were to introduce and explore various multi-scale analysis tools and discuss applications important in the current technology-driven economy, foster the interdisciplinary collaboration between student and researchers from Math, physics and engineering on the area of analysis of multi-scale phenomena, bring together the community of local and international like-minded peers, and encourage a vibrant scientific and cultural exchange.

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