Prof. Carlos Rocha talks about CAMGSD (in Portuguese).
The Centre for Mathematical Analysis, Geometry, and Dynamical Systems was established in 1991. It is a research and scientific training unit developing its activity in mathematics with special emphasis on the aspects of nonlinear analysis, dynamical systems, geometry, and topology occurring in connection with areas relevant for several fields in science, engineering and applications.
It is a goal of the Centre to invest in the development of research and post-graduate training in these areas through postdoctoral and visiting faculty appointments, as well as fellowships and assistantships for graduate students, and the conditions for research activities of its members at high international level. The Centre's activities include a postdoctoral training program; a visitors program; weekly seminars; workshops; tutorials and summer schools targeted at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral fellows.
The Centre is administered by an Executive Comission whose current President is Professor Carlos Rocha.
The scientific Advisory Board includes Professors Victor Guillemin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, George Sell, University of Minnesota and David Kinderlehrer, Carnegie Mellon University.
CAMGSD became a part, since 2011, of the Associate Laboratory Laboratório de Robótica e Sistemas em Engenharia e Ciência — LARSyS. The host institution is Instituto Superior Técnico, occupying a significant part of its Department of Mathematics.
The CAMGSD logo in vector formats is available for inclusion in material relative to its activities under the usual conditions for such logos.
There are two logo variants:
As a consequence of the relatively recent inclusion of CAMGSD in the Associate Laboratory LARSyS the horizontal logo must accompanied by the phrase uma unidade do Laboratório Associado LARSyS or a unit of the Associate Laboratory LARSyS or, if dimensions are small, by @LARSyS. This page shows an example of such a practice.
The LARSyS inclusions in logos are temporary and will be reviewed if and when a LARSyS graphical identity is defined.