Dates : July 28 (Tue) to July 31 (Fri), 2020
Venue/Location: Ha Long, Quang Ninh, Vietnam.
The Asian Mathematical Conference (AMC) series is a major SEAMS conference, held every 4-5 years since 1990, and hosted by countries in Asia. The first AMC was held in Hong Kong (1990), the second was in Thailand (1995), the third in the Philippines (2000), the fourth in Singapore (2005), the fifth was Malaysia (2009), the sixth AMC was in Busan, Korea (2013). At AMC-2013 it was decided that the next AMCs will be held in the middle between two International Congress of Mathematics. Therefore, the seventh AMC was in Bali, Indonesia (2016).
The objective of the conference is to provide a forum for mathematics researchers from Asia and as well as other continents to foster links and collaboration among themselves and with mathematicians from other parts of the world through the discussion of issues, exchange of ideas and the presentation of research findings.
The next AMC will be held in 2020 and hosted by Vietnam. There will be plenary lectures. Invited lectures, short communication and poster will be divided in ten Special sections.
There will be AMC-2020 satellite conferences on selected topics organized in surrounding cities/provinces of Halong city, just before the main event. Please look at Satellite Workshops for the full list.
Previous Asian Mathematical Conferences:
- Asian Mathematical Conference 2016 (Bali, Indonesia) - Abstracts and Program Book (Open with Microsoft Edge)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 2013 (Busan, Korea)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 2009 (Malaysia)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 2005 (Singapore)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 2000 (The Philippines)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 1995 (Thailand)
- Asian Mathematical Conference 1990 (Hong Kong)