Summer School in Mathematics

Summer School in Mathematics
Between June 17-June 21, the Institute of Mathematics's highly successful international summer school will be held once again, organized by our colleagues since 2013. Students from all over the world can explore a new area of mathematics each year in a friendly atmosphere with the help of ELTE professors and invited experts in the field. This year's theme: Optimal transport: discrete and continuous.

Minicourses of this school:

  • Kristóf Bérczi (ELTE, Budapest): Network flows and applications
  • Tamás Király (ELTE, Budapest): Matching games with transferable and non-transferable utility
  • Lorenzo Portinale (Hausdorff Center, Bonn): Optimal transport and applications to gradient flows
  • Tamás Titkos (Corvinus University / Rényi Institute, Budapest): An introduction to classical optimal transport
  • Dániel Virosztek (Rényi Institute, Budapest): Selected topics in quantum optimal transport

In addition to professional lectures and seminars, the program includes leisure activities aimed at team building and helping foreign students get to know the beauty and bustling life of the Hungarian capital. For instance, last year, adventurous participants explored the city by bike and visited the Pál-völgyi Stalactite Cave.

Further information is available on the summer school's website:

Application deadline: June 7, 2024 (early application deadline: May 20).