Conferences

The AIMS Conference on
Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations and Applications

This AIMS Conference is a biennial event that provides a key international forum for mathematicians and scientists worldwide working in the fields of analysis and applied analysis. The focus covers dynamical systems, differential equations, and real-world applications in the form of computations and modeling. The AIMS Conference takes place in different countries/regions to benefit the most people possible. The AIMS Conference is unique and outstanding because of its:

(1) broad coverage so that each participant can find numerous stimulating talks;
(2) well-organized symposia which attract the best experts of the world in the areas;
(3) taking place in different countries/regions to benefit the most people possible;
(4) organized by AIMS, which is backed up by thousands of AIMS journal editors, to guarantee a high quality and large participation;
(5) poster sessions to attract student participation; and
(6) best student paper award;
(7) the highest quality and most participated international conference in the fields.

The 1st AIMS Conference took place at Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO, USA, May 1996, with 250 participants; the 2nd was at Shanghai Jiao-tong University, Shanghai, China, June 1998; the 3rd was at Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA, USA, May 2000; the 4th conference was at University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC, USA, June 2002; the 5th conference was at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, USA, June 2004; the 6th conference was at University of Poitiers, Poitiers, France, June 2006, which was attended by a then-record of 700 participants; the 7th conference was at University of Texas at Arlington, TX, USA, May 2008; the 8th conference was at Dresden University of Technology, Germany, May 2010; the 9th conference was at Orlando, USA, July 2012; the 10th conference was at Madrid, Spain, July 2014, which was attended by a new record of 2,500 participants and addressed by two Fields Medal winners; the 11th conference was at Orlando, USA, July 2016, which was addressed by one Fields Medal winner and one Fields Medal winner to be; the 12th AIMS conference was at Taipei, July 2018.

Hosting an AIMS Conference can help you make a broad connection and put your university on the map. If you are interested, we can help you become a host for a future AIMS Conference.