Important Dates:

Registration starts

Early registration ends

Sunday, October 1, 2023

Tuesday, April 30, 2024

Invited Speakers:
  • Elia Bruè, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy
  • Gianluca Crippa, University of Basel, Switzerland
  • Young-Pil Choi, Yonsei University, South Korea
  • Miho Murata, Shizuoka University, Japan
  • Ondrej Kreml, Institute of Mathematics, Czech Academy of Science, Czech Republic


EVEQ 2024 marks the 10th installment of the quadrennial EVEQ summer school series, which has a long-standing tradition dating back to 1984 when the inaugural EVEQ summer school took place. Since then, EVEQ summer schools have been hosted at various locations in the former Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic. The last, ninth edition of the series was organized in 2016, while the summer school scheduled for 2020 had to be canceled due to the covid-19 pandemic.

The name 'EVEQ' is derived from 'EVolution EQuations'. These summer schools primarily focus on various problems in mathematical analysis of evolution differential equations that describe real world processes, such as those found in physics, chemistry, biology, and more. The primary goal of the summer school is to bring together students, postdocs and young scientists interested in these problems and offering them the opportunity to attend several series of lectures covering various topics in the area of analysis of evolution equations. Participants are encouraged to engage in discussions with leading experts in the field and among their peers and have the opportunity to present their own research through short presentations or posters.

EVEQ 2024 has earned the nickname 'NextGen' for several reasons. Firstly, the organizers of this summer school differ from those of the previous installment and they all belong to a younger generation of scientists. Secondly, relatively young but already accomplished speakers were invited to deliver lecture series at this school. Lastly, the school's objective of the school is to nurture the next generation of researchers interested in the rich and intriguing area of evolution equations.

The website of the summer school is