Holding at Seoul National University, South Korea, from 20 to 24 June 2022, the 33rd ‘IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics’, is a contribution to the United Nations ‘International Year on Basic Science for Sustainable Development’ (IYBSSD2022).
The 33rd IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics (CMG2022), organised by the Union Commission on Mathematical Geophysics (IUGG-CMG), will be hosted by the Seoul National University, Seoul, Republic of Korea, from 20 to 24 June 2022.
The conference aims to discuss key theoretical and observational aspects of solid earth, ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere, climate and other contemporary topics in mathematical geophysics.
CMG2022, contribution to IYBSSD
The conference program covers six themes: Data Sciences; Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence; Geophysical Fluid Dynamics; Geophysical Inversion: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications; From the Core to the Space: Different Spheres with Common Mathematics; Mathematics for Natural Hazards Science; and Mathematics for Climate Science.
CMG2022 is a contribution to the United Nations International Year on Basic Science for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD), an international program partnered by IUGG.
A keynote lecture will be given by the inaugural recipient of the Vladimir Keilis-Borok Medal of the IUGG Commission on Mathematical Geophysics (to be announced later).
The conference will be held online (with an onsite component depending on the epidemiological situation).
Deadline for abstract submission
The online conference will be free of charge for registered participants. The deadline for abstract submission is 30 April 2022. For more information, please visit the CMG2022 website.
The first IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics was held in Moscow and Leningrad (now St. Petersburg), USSR (now Russia) in 1964. Initially the meetings were organised on a semi-annual basis.
First CMG in East Asia
After 1986 conferences became larger and were held biennially, in Oosterbeek (Netherlands, 1986), Blanes (Spain, 1988), Jerusalem (Israel, 1990), Taxco (Mexico, 1992), Villefranche (France, 1994), Santa Fe (USA, 1996), Cambridge (UK, 1998), Villefranche sur Mer (France, 2000), Torino (Italy, 2002), New York (USA, 2004), Sea of Galilee (Israel, 2006), Svalbard (Norway, 2008), Pisa (Italy, 2010), Edinburgh (UK, 2012), Merida (Mexico, 2014), Paris (France, 2016), and Nizhny Novgorod (Russia, 2018).
The CMG2022 is the first conference to be held in East Asia.
By Alik Ismail-Zadeh (Chair) and Ilya Zaliapin (Secretary), IUGG-CMG
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