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In this page you can apply for a financing  application  for either a mission or a conference.


Depending on whether the application is for a mission or a conference, it should be submitted between 2 and 3 months in advance, see the links below.


The funding applications will be examinated at the beginning of each month by the Steering Committee (SC). The SC will evaluate the quality and scientific content of the application, together with its relevance for the french-italian collaborations that the LYSM wants to favour, and the reasonableness of the financial plan. The decision will be taken after a vote of the SC.


The decisions of the SC are communicated to the applicants as soon as possible, usually in the second half of the month when the demand is examined. The successful applicant is requested either to insert the LYSM logo on the website and poster of the supported conference, or to acknowledge the "financial support of the LIA LYSM AMU CNRS ECM INdAM" in the scientific publications connected with the funded mission.

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Aeneas Conference: Migrating Algebraic Geometry

Place : 20th and 21th of December 2018, Roma Tre 2018/11/09

About the Conference
After the destruction of his home city, the Trojan hero Aeneas escapes with his father, prince Anchises, and his young son, Ascanius. His long journey will bring him to Italy, where his descendant Romulus will found Rome: the three stages of life, migrating through the Mediterranean Sea, bringing with them their cultural heritage.

The format of the conference is new and inspired by Aeneas myth: 1.5-hour talks, each of which with three speakers. The goal is to chorally present a research area, through the different sensibilities and experiences of the lecturers, who are at different stages of their academic careers.

This new format will boost interactions and discussion among participants too, helping PhD students and young researchers in algebraic geometry to develop new collaborations.

Website of the conference