Analysis on fractals and networks, and applications
Analyse sur les fractals et les réseaux, et applications

18 – 24 March, 2024


Scientific Committee 
Comité scientifique 

Simon Chandler-Wilde (University of Reading)
Marco Marletta (Cardiff University)
Katarzyna Pietruska-Paluba (University of Warsaw)
Alexander Teplyaev (University of Connecticut)
Martina Zaehle (Friedrich Schiller University Jena)

Organizing Committee
Comité d’organisation

Michael Hinz (Bielefeld University)
Maria Rosalia Lancia (Sapienza University of Rome)
Anna Rozanova-Pierrat (Université Paris-Saclay)

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The general objective of the conference is to bring together a diverse group of established and young researchers to discuss recent advances in and applications of the analysis on fractals and networks. The main general themes of the conference are

irregularity in pure and applied mathematics, science, and engineering;

analysis of networks;

applications involving fractals and irregular shapes.

A clear emphasis will be put on theoretical and numerical methods oriented towards applications in engineering and the sciences. Experts from applied mathematics will report on potential industrial applications, prototypes, and – where possible – existing use cases.
   Although theoretical aspects of the field are relatively well-developed, there is a huge demand for corresponding numerical methods. The connections between colleagues working in theory and colleagues working in applied mathematics need strengthening. The conference will be the first to address these connections specifically. Its particular objective is to provide a stimulating ”cross-cultural” platform, where experts working on theoretical aspects can become aware of questions arising from computational problems and experts working in applied mathematics can obtain an overview of the variety of existing theoretical concepts and methods.
   The expected impact on an international level is increased activity in joint international research projects, academic visits, funding applications, and workshop activities involving experts from applied and pure mathematics. Our goal is to foster a vibrant international research community with a clear focus on the use of fractal models in applied mathematics, engineering, and the sciences. The conference is a key initial step and the first of a series of conferences dedicated to the topic. On an educational level, the impact is generated by involving young researchers with brand-new research questions on fractal models in pure and applied mathematics. This will also channel local impacts through follow-up activities such as student exchanges and internships at theoretical and applied research institutions.


to be announced