The goal of the conference “Numerical methods for optimal transport problems, mean field games, and multi-agent dynamics” is to share and discuss the advances in numerical techniques for the resolution of optimal transport problems, mean field games, and multi-agent dynamics. Several methodologies have been developed in parallel in these fields in the last years, which opens the door to new collaborations because of the relations among the three topics. We expect to motivate these collaborations via plenary talks of experts in the three fields, thematic sessions, and a summer school to incorporate students in order to extend the arising connections.

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January 8-12,  2024, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaíso, Chile.

Organizing Committee

  • Luis Briceño Arias (U. Técnica Federico Santa María and CMM, Chile)
  • José A. Carrillo de la Plata (U. Oxford, UK)
  • Francisco J. Silva (U. Limoges, France)

Important dates (new)

  • Abstract submission deadline: September 15th, 2023   -October 15th, 2023.
  • Notification of acceptance: October 15th, 2023   -October 30th, 2023.
  • Registration and payment deadline: November 8th, 2023   -November 15th, 2023.

Registration fees

Beyond the conference material, the registration fee includes a welcome cocktail, coffee breaks, and a social dinner. In addition,  we will support accommodation for students with the collected funds.

  • Regular: 250,000 Chilean pesos (CLP)
  • Student: 150,000 Chilean pesos (CLP)

The registration secured payment website is available here. Participants must also register and/or submit their abstract here.

The organization considers financial support for registration and accommodation for students. The recommendation of a professor/researcher is needed and we will contact her for details. For students needing financial aid, click here.

If you have any questions or comments, contact us.

Organizing Institutions

Universidad Técnica Federico Santa MaríaCenter for Mathematical Modeling