||IWOTA 2015, July 6-10
The IWOTA - International Workshop on Operator
Theory and Applications bring together mathematicians and
engineers working in operator theory and its applications to
related fields, ranging from classical analysis,
differential and integral equations, complex and harmonic
analysis to mathematical physics, mathematical system and
control theory, signal processing and numerical analysis.
IWOTA gathers leading experts from all over the
world for an intensive exchange of information and opinion,
and for tracing the future developments in the field.
The 26-th International Workshop on Operator Theory and
Applications (IWOTA 2015) will be organized in
Tbilisi, Georgia, July 6 to 10, 2015 (arriving day
July 5, departure day July 11). The venue of the conference
will be chosen later among universities in Tbilisi.
VI ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE GEORGIAN
Georgian Mathematical Union organizes the VI Annual
International Conference on July 12-16, 2015, in Batumi,
Black Sea resort of Georgia. For the information about the
The Conference venue: Sh.
Rustaveli State University (Batumi).
Caucasian Mathematics Conference CMC I
Tbilisi, Georgia, September 5
and 6, 2014
The first Caucasian Mathematics Conference (CMC I) will be
organized in Tbilisi, Georgia, on September 5 and 6, 2014
(arriving day September 4), under the auspices of the
European Mathematical Society and the cooperation of the
Armenian, Azerbaijan, Georgian, Iranian, Russian and Turkish
Mathematical Societies. The scope of the Caucasian
Mathematical Conference (CMC) is to bring together
mathematicians from Caucasian and neighbouring countries
annually in one of these countries. The CMC is partially
supported by the EMS and is welcoming mathematicians from
all over the world.
Link to CMC web
V ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE GEORGIAN
The Georgian Mathematical Union organizes the V Annual
Conference on September 8-12, 2014, in Batumi, Black Sea resort of
Georgia. For the information see the conference web:
Brief History of the Georgian Mathematical Union
Mathematical Union (GMU,
formerly Georgian Mathematical Society) was founded in February 21,
1923. One of it's founders and the first president was
A. Razmadze's death
in 1929 the Georgian Mathematical Society was inactive until 1962, when
it was re-established due to efforts of V. Kupradze, B. Khvedelidze, L.
Gokieli and A. Kharadze . Mathematicians from scientific research
institutes, institutions of higher education and secondary schools
consolidated in it's ranks.
The mission of the Georgian Mathematical Union is to
promote mathematical sciences, especially among the younger generation,
to help train professional mathematicians, to defend professional rights
of members, to establish and strengthen contacts with colleagues from
abroad and with international organizations such as the International
Mathematical Union and the European Mathematical Society. To this end
GMU organizes public meetings where novel scientific results are
reported and discussed as well as commemoration meetings devoted to the
outstanding mathematicians. It considers the burning issues of
mathematical research and teaching of mathematics, collaborates with
teachers, participates in consideration of educational standards and
The first president of the Georgian Mathematical Society in
Andrea Razmadze. In
1962 Viktor Kupradze headed revived Society (1962-1966). After him Levan
Gokieli (1966-1970), Archil Kharadze
and Levan Magnaradze (1974-1994) led
In 1990 the Georgian Mathematical Society became one of the founders of
the European Mathematical Society and in 1991 joined as a member to the
International Mathematical Union. In 1994 it was renamed to the Georgian
Mathematical Union. After that David Natroshvili
(1994-1997), Roland Duduchava (1997-2001),
SJondo harikadze (2005-2009)
were the presidents of GMU.