Plenary talks

Plenary talks will be delivered by distinguished expert leaders in the field and serve as a focal point for the event. Plenary talks aim to provide attendees with valuable insights, provoke thought, and set the tone for the school by covering important topics, sharing groundbreaking research, or offering a unique perspective on the subject matter.


Mini-courses offer focused, in-depth training in specific subjects. They are perfect for students looking to acquire specialized skills, gain expertise in a niche, or explore a specific aspect of a broader field. Our programs provide a structured curriculum, allowing participants to dive deep into the subject with guidance from internationally recognized experts.

Poster session

A poster session is a dynamic showcase of research and ideas through visual displays. Young researchers present their work on posters, offering concise summaries of their findings, theories, and projects. Attendees engage in discussions, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange in a visually stimulating environment.

Working spaces

Some spaces have been reserved to promote discussion and collaborations between participants and/or local researchers. These will foster learning, creativity, and camaraderie among participants.


Highly accomplished international mathematicians will deliver Plenary Talks and Mini-Courses on the latest topics of interest in the field of Differential Geometry.

Do you want to join us?

We have prepared for you four mini-courses, eight plenary talks, and problem and poster sessions each week

How to register

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The ESDG targets young researchers, Master’s and Ph.D. students in Differential Geometry, fostering collaboration among European research groups. This project aims to create a high-quality doctorate school with European and international participation, aiming to be a memorable event with wide-reaching benefits. The ESDG will attract a global audience, requiring commitment from multiple European countries for long-term success, aspiring to become a cornerstone event in European Mathematics

About the school

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The European Doctorate School of Differential Geometry (ESDG) aims to vitalize the field in Europe, fostering progress and international recognition in Mathematics, highlighted by recent achievements like the Lawson, Poincaré, and Willmore conjectures.

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Become a Participant Country

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The school aims to broaden its reach to include institutions and countries across Europe with significant Differential Geometry research groups.

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List of registered participants and scholarships and accomodation information.

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Programme of the European School of Differential Geometry

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  • Alexander I. Bobenko (Technische Universität Berlin)
  • Volker Branding (Vienna University, Austria)
  • José M. Espinar (Universidad de Granada)
  • Laurent Hauswirth (Université Gustave Eiffel)
  • Niels Martin Møller (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Barbara Nelli (Università Degli Studi Dell’Aquila)
  • Joaquín Pérez (Universidad de Granada)
  • Tristan Rivière (ETH)
  • Evangelia Samiou (University of Cyprus)
  • Felix Schulze (Warwick University)
  • Rosa Sena-Dias (Instituto Superior Tecnico)
  • J. Van der Veken (KU Leuven)
  • T. Vlachos (University of Ioannina)

Scientific committee

  • Laurent Hauswirth (Université Gustave Eiffel)
  • Francisco Martín (Universidad de Granada)
  • Barbara Nelli (Università Degli Studi Dell’Aquila)
  • Joaquín Pérez (Universidad de Granada).
  • Rosa Sena-Dias (Instituto Superior Tecnico)

Organizing committee

  • José Espinar (UGR)
  • José A. Gálvez (UGR)
  • Francisco Torralbo (UGR)
  • Magdalena Rodríguez (UGR)


The school is possible thanks to the support of the following institutions and projects