9-13 June 2013
Koper, Slovenia
UTC timezone
Scientific programme


  • Primož Moravec (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
  • John Erik Fornaess (NTNU Trondheim, Norway) - EMS distinguished speaker at CSASC 2013
  • Ivan Mizera (University of Alberta, Canada)
  • Marc Noy (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Catalonia)
  • Gerald Teschl (University of Vienna, Austria)
  • Xavier Tolsa (Universitat Autonoma of Barcelona, Catalonia)
  • Günter Rote (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)


1. Diferential Geometry And Mathematical Physics

  • Xavier Gracia (Barcelona Tech)
  • Olga Rossi (University of Ostrava)

Description: This mini-symposium is focused on differential geometry, analysis on manifolds, calculus of variations, and applications in physics. In particular, contributions and discussions emphasizing and strengthening interactions between geometry, analysis and physics, and using or developing geometric, analytical and variational methods in mathematical physics, are welcome.

2. Graph theory

  • Michael Drmota (University of Vienna)
  • Jan Kratochvil (Charles University, Prague)
  • Bojan Mohar (University of Ljubljana),
  • Oriol Serra (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona).
Description: The topics include: algebraic graph theory, random graphs, topological graph theory, graph algorithms,..

3. Combinatorics

  • Ilse Fischer (University of Vienna)
  • Matjaz Konvalinka (University of Ljubljana)
Description: TBA

4. Several Complex Variables

  • Franc Forstnerič (University of Ljubljana)
  • Martin Kolar (Masaryk University)
  • Bernhard Lamel (University of Vienna)
  • Joaquim Ortega-Cerda (University of Barcelona)
Description: Symposium on Complex Analysis - Koper 2013" will focus on analytic and Cauchy-Riemann geometry, complex dynamics, dibar-Neumann problem, and almost complex analysis. There will be fifteen invited lectures. One of the plenary lectures at CSASC will be given by John Erik Fornaess from NTNU, Norway.

 5. Symmetries in Graphs, Maps and Other Discrete Structures

  • Aleksander Malnič (University of Ljubljana and University of Primorska)
  • Norbert Seifter (Montanuniversität Leoben)
  • Primož Šparl (University of Ljubljana)
Description: TBA

6. Algebra

  • Wolfgang Herfort (TU Wien)
  • Primož Moravec (University of Ljubljana)
Description: TBA

7. Discrete and Computational Geometry

  • Oswin Aichhozer (University of Technology, Graz)
  • Sergio Cabello (University of Ljubljana)
  • Pavel Valtr  (Charles University, Prague)
Description: TBA

8. Mathematical Methods in Image Processing
  • Vicent Caselles (Pompeu-Fabra University)
  • Daniel Leitner (University of Vienna)
  • Mariana Remesikova (Slovak University of Technology)
Description: TBA

9. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations

  • Peter Frolkovič (Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia)
  • Pep Mulet (University of Valencia, Spain)
Description: Numerical solution of partial differential equations is a powerful tool to solve many mathematical problems that are of general interest and involved in real applications. The methods to obtain such numerical solutions are still developed in many directions. They are getting more advanced because of an increasing complexity of the models and they are getting more difficult to implement and analyze. This minisymposium will bring together researchers that will present the advances of numerical methods for partial differential equations from the point of view of their analysis and/or applications in scientific and engineering computing.

10. EUROGIGA Session

  • Oswin Aichhozer (University of Technology, Graz)
  • Jan Kratochvil  (Charles University, Prague)
  • Tomaž Pisanski (University of Ljubljana and University of Primorska)
  • Günter Rote (Freie Universität Berlin)
Description: TBA

11. Proving in Mathematics Education at University and at School

  • Roman Hašek (University of South Bohemia)
  • Zlatan Magajna (University of Ljubljana)
  • Walther Neuper (Graz University of Technology)
  • Pavel Pech (University of South Bohemia)
  • Jordi Saludes (University Polytechnica of Catalonia)
  • Dušan Vallo (University of Nitra)
  • Wolfgang Windsteiger (University of Linz)
Computer Theorem Provers are becoming ready for industrial use -- and for use in education, enabling novel approaches to teaching mathematics.
This minisymposion presents experiences from such approaches in academic courses, with the aim to get a common view on the requirements that would make such systems widely accepted teaching tools.

12. Poster Session

  • Tomaž Pisanski (University of Ljubljana)
Description: Presenation of posters.