Mathematics for Medicine and Health Sciences

Silpakorn University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand

from May 20 to May 31 2024

The area of the school will be mathematical analysis, modeling, data analysis, scientific computing to address real problems in medicine and health sciences. Our goal is to prepare students and researchers for the concrete problems arising from mathematical modeling in medicine, which may arise particularly in Southeast Asia.

To this end, we will present theoretical and numerical courses on pharmacology, big data in health, waterborne diseases, coagulation, medical imaging, and blood circulation. Practical sessions (using Freefem++, and python), as well as mini-projects, will also be proposed.

Local organizing committee

Supaporn Worakrit

Worawannotai Chalermpong

Prinyasart Thanakorn

Sumritnorrapong Patcharee

Polwiang Sittisede

Scientific committee

Makond Bunjira, Prince of Songkla University, Trang campus, Thailand

Thawnashom Kittisak, Naresuan University, Thailand

Asch Mark, University of Picardie, France

Ballesta Annabelle, Curie Institute, France

Pires Marília, University of Évora, Portugal

Correia Joaquim, University of Évora, Portugal

Mammeri Youcef, University Jean Monnet, France

Pornsawad Pornsarp, Silpakorn University, Thailand


Pornsarp Pornsawad, Silpakorn University, Thailand

Youcef Mammeri, University Jean Monnet, France

Joaquim Correia, University of Évora, Portugal

CIMPA scientific officer: Lidia Fernández, University of Granada, Spain

You can contact the coordinators for any questions.

Important dates

Deadline for Registration February 15, 2024

Announcement of Selected Participants and Approved Grants end of February, 2024



The Centre International de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées (CIMPA), founded in France in 1978, is a nonprofit organisation that promotes research in Mathematics in developing countries. Located in Nice, it is a UNESCO Category 2 centre and  is part of the Laboratoire d'Excellence CARMIN (Centres d'Accueil et de Rencontres Mathématiques Internationales). It benefits from the financial support of Germany, France, Norway, Spain and Switzerland.