The First Joint International Meeting between the American Mathematical
Society (AMS) and the Real Sociedad Matemática Española (RSME)
will be held in Seville (Spain) on June 18-21, 2003 The following
information is taken from the website for the meeting maintained by RSME.
For more details see their website at http://www.us.es/rsme-ams/english/english.htm
(English version). The meeting will take place in the Escuela Técnica
Superior de Ingenieros Industriales of the Universidad de Sevilla. Sessions
begin on Wednesday, June 18, and conclude on Saturday, June 21, with a closing
ceremony at 1:30 p.m. The plenary talks will be given in the Salón
de Actos, located on the first floor. The Special Sessions will take place
in rooms (aulas) on floors P1 and E2 (click on the map for details). The
exact room for each session will be announced later.
The deadline for submission of all abstracts is February 10. All
speakers in Special Sessions should submit their abstracts using the electronic
submission process via the website maintained by the RSME. All abstracts
must be sent according to the instructions listed on the meeting website.
Blocks of rooms have been reserved in two-, three-, four-, and five-star
hotels. Current prices range from about 67-155 Euro/single and $81-175
Euro/double. You should make a preliminary request for the type of room
you prefer as soon as possible from the
All registration fees will be collected in Euro. Advance registration
fees until March 31 are 120 Euro/AMS, RSME, SCM, SEEIO, SEEMA, and SPM
members, and 180 Euro/nonmembers; fees from April 1 will increase by 50%.
Payment in advance is accepted by credit card. Please fill out the form
on the meeting website maintained by the RSME.
Since Wednesday and Thursday have morning and afternoon activities, and
there are no restaurants close to the building, lunch will be catered
both days. Registration to the meeting pays for these two lunches as well
as for the provisions for the morning and afternoon coffee breaks. The
Conference banquet on Friday will be paid for separately as indicated
in the Registration form. For the other meals on Friday and Saturday,
we recommend trying the local, varied, delicious gastronomy.
Seville Airport is conveniently located, 7 kilometres from central Seville.
There are few scheduled international flights. Cheap charter flights to
Seville are scarce. For more economical flights, flying into Jerez de
la Frontera and Málaga, and taking the bus to Seville is another
Seville has good rail links to Barcelona, Cádiz, Córdoba,
Jaén, Jerez de la Frontera, Granada, Huelva, Madrid, Málaga,
Ronda and Valencia. The fast-track AVE railway line provides a 2h 30min
connection to Madrid every hour.
More information is available on the meeting website
maintained by the RSME.