33rd IUGG Conference on Mathematical Geophysics (CMG2022)
The program of the conference covers many interdisciplinary topics and relevant mathematical approaches, including inverse problems, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science, geophysical fluid dynamics, natural hazards, climatic and environmental changes.
A keynote lecture will be given by Professor Frederik Simons (Princeton University), the inaugural recipient of the Vladimir Keilis-Borok Medal of the IUGG Commission on Mathematical Geophysics.
Another keynote speech will be given by Professor Kwang-Yul Kim of Seoul National University. Several invited speakers have already agreed to speak at the conference.
The conference will be held online (with an onsite component depending on the epidemiological situation). The online conference is free of charge for registered participants.