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II Brazil-Africa Meeting

(May 4-8, 2020) This event has been postponed due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Updates and more information as soon as possible.


Brazil and the African continent have several aspects in common, such as the colonial past and some cultural traits inherited from the period of slavery.

This is a second joint meeting in Mathematics between Brazil and Africa organized by the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and the Cheikh Anta Diop University of Dakar (Senegal). The purpose of the meeting is to strengthen exchange and cooperation between different research groups working in Mathematics in Brazil and Africa. The first meeting "1st Workshop Algebra, Geometry and Applications: Brazil-Africa" was held in Dakar in 2018.

Invited Speakers
  • Name of invited speaker 1
  • Name of invited speaker 2
  • Name of invited speaker 3
  • Name of invited speaker 4
  • Name of invited speaker 5
  • Name of invited speaker 6
  • Name of invited speaker 7

Scientific Committee
  • Junior Barrera (IME-USP)
  • Ernesto Birgin (IME-USP)
  • Vyacheslav Futorny (IME-USP)
  • Kinvi Kangni (University Houphouët Boigny, Cote d Ivoire)
  • Mary Lilian Lourenço (IME-USP)
  • Philibert Nang (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Gabon)
  • Paolo Piccione (IME-USP)
  • Clodoaldo Grotta Ragazzo (IME-USP)
  • Diaraf Seck (Laboratoire mathématique de la décision et d'analyse numérique, UCAD, Senegal)
  • Manuela da Silva Souza (UFBA)
  • Leonard Todjihounde (IMSP, Benin)
  • Aissa Wade (Penn State University)
Organizing Committee
  • Christina Brech
  • Lucia Satie Ikemoto Murakami
  • Cristian Ortiz
  • El Hadji Yaya Tall