XXth International Symposium on Mathematical
Methods Applied to the Sciences
February 23th-26th, 2016
The XXth International Symposium on Mathematical Methods Applied to the Sciences (XX SIMMAC) is the most important event in applied mathematics in Central America. It is organized by the Center for Research in Pure and Applied Mathematics (CIMPA) of the University of Costa Rica every two years, with the support of the School of Mathematics.
Since 1978, this activity has been developed with the participation of several mathematicians and scientists of affine disciplines, coming from Central America, Europe, North America and South America.
Registration to the SIMMAC begins on Monday 22th at 2 p.m., at the Education Faculty building. Registration on Tuesday opens at 8 a.m.
XX SIMMAC will take place from February 23th to 26th, 2016.
The XX SIMMAC will be held at the "Rodrigo Facio" campus of the University of Costa Rica, in San Pedro, near San José, the capital of the country.
Arrival of international attendants should be at International Juan Santamaria Airport (code SJO). On Monday, there might be a University shuttle, which you can take. If you miss it, pleas take an Airport taxi (orange color), price might be $35 to $40 to San José downtown, depending on the taximeter.
Sessions will take place in the Education Faculty the University of Costa Rica.
In February, climate in Costa Rica is cool (17 degrees C – 23 degrees C, 62 degrees F – 74 degrees F) in San Jose and warm on the coast (20 degrees C – 26 degrees C, 68 degrees F – 80 degrees F), sunny, and sometimes windy. Usually, it does not rain in this period.
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