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Third Announcement

Third Announcement

Second Announcement

We are pleased to inform you about the progress in the organisation of the 6th European Congress of Mathematics, which will be held in Kraków (Poland), 2–7 July 2012. 

First Announcement

Dear Colleagues Mathematicians,
The European Mathematical Society (EMS), the Polish Mathematical Society (PTM) and the Jagiellonian University have the pleasure to invite mathematicians from all over the world to participate in the 6th European Congress of Mathematics which will be held in Kraków, July 2-7, 2012. The European Congress of Mathematics, a quadrennial general mathematical meeting, is an important activity of the EMS. Personal meetings of mathematicians are of crucial importance for the development of mathematics, even in the Internet era. The general character of the programme provides attendees with a unique chance of an overlook of contemporary mathematics, beyond their own field of research. The programme of the Congress maintains between lectures giving a broad overview of active mathematical disciplines and more specialized talks on recent results. During the Congress several prestigious prizes established by the EMS will be awarded. The Congress will also include round table discussions, poster sessions, and a cultural and social programme. The convenient location of the Congress venue - the modern Auditorium Maximum of the Jagiellonian University - makes it easy to combine scientific activities with exploration of the historic old city of Kraków. In the First Announcement below more information concerning the Congress is provided.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Kraków

Preliminary Announcement

Kraków – a pearl of Polish art and cultural heritage, a great scientifi c centre and – in the same time – a modern, dynamically growing city, invites international mathematical community to take part in the 6th European Congress of Mathematics on 2–7 July 2012.
The Jagiellonian University, the oldest one in Poland established in 1364 and the Polish Mathematical Society founded in Kraków more than 90 years ago, co-organizers of the Congress, would like to welcome cordially all of you. A unique intellectual atmosphere, historical tradition, the beauty of the old architecture, combined with the strong scientific basis formed by numerous university level schools and research institutes, the highest quality technical facilities of the University Auditorium Maximum, the venue of the Congress, offer rare in such a scale opportunities and the best conditions for successful work of the Congress, as well as many occasions for relaxing after highest-level scientific debates.
Welcome to Kraków!