The School

The São Paulo Schools of Advanced Science are events financially supported by FAPESP that are organized since 2010 (see here).

For many years the stochastics community has built powerful tools to deal with various kinds of SPDEs. However, since long it has been a challenge to deal with SPDEs with a rough input noise that are not classically well posed. Such kind of equations often arise from the fluctuations of particle systems and many times are universal in a certain sense. Some years ago with works of Hairer, and Imkeller, Gubinelli and Perkowski it sudently became feasible to analyse singular SPDEs. Since then the area of singular SPDEs evolved into a new, exciting and fast moving area of research. Many problems that seemed out of reach are now solved or in sight.

This school is divided into two parts. In the first week there will be two introductory mini courses that lay the foundations for the courses of the second week. In the latter ones newly developed theories and their latest developments will be taught. To round up the program there will be further invited talks, poster sessions and a visit to the LNLS laboratories, the synchroton light laboratories at Campinas.



The schedule can be found HERE

The book of abstracts can be found HERE

Important general information can be found here HERE


Here is a list of our courses

First Week Second Week

Plenary talks

  • Ajay Chandra (Imperial College)
  • Renato Fontes (USP)
  • Claudio Landim (IMPA)
  • Xue-Mei Li (Imperial College)
  • Soledad Torres (Valparaíso)
  • Constantino Tsallis (CBPF)
  • Eulalia Vares (UFRJ)



Organizing Committee

  • Dirk Erhard
  • Tertuliano Franco
  • Milton Jara
  • Diego Sebastian Ledesma
  • Adriana Neumann
  • Alberto Ohashi
  • Christian Olivera (coord.)

Scientific committee

  • Nancy Garcia
  • Patricia Gonçalves
  • Milton Jara
  • Paulo Ruffino
  • Maria Eulalia Vares


Campinas is a Brazilian city in São Paulo State. It is located about 100km from São Paulo City and hosts one of the most important public universities in Brasil, the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Unicamp is consistently ranked among the top universities in Brazil and Latin America and is responsible for around 15% of Brazilian research. UNICAMP main campus is located in the Barão Geraldo district, a suburban area 12 kilometers from the center of Campinas. The Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Cientific Computation (IMECC) is inside unicamp and has a very good infra-structure.


Here is a non-exhaustive list of hotels. All of them have rooms with wi-fi, cable tv, and included breakfast.
  • CPV - Casa do Professor Visitante Unicamp
  • Matiz Barão Geraldo Hotel
  • Hotel Pousada Universitária
  • Pousada Flat da Lagoa

  • Transport

    How to get to UNICAMP by bus.

    From Campinas city center to UNICAMP.

    • From Campinas city center or Campinas Bus Station to UNICAMP the Uber is around R$ 30.
    • 3.30 - (city bus) - Terminal Central to UNICAMP (itinerário). It works only on business days, from 5h:15 to 9h30 every 15 minutes.
    • 3.32 - (city bus) - Bus Station of Campinas to UNICAMP (itinerário). Works daily from 5:30 am to 0:20 am , every 15 minutes (weekdays)

    From city center of Campinas to Terminal Barão Geraldo .

    • 3.31 - (city bus) - from Campinas Bus Station to Barão Geraldo Terminal ( itinerary). Works daily from 5:30 am to 0:20 am , every 15 minutes (weekdays).
    • 3.33 - (city bus) - from Terminal Central to Terminal Barão Geraldo (itinerary). Works daily from 5:30 am to 0:20 am , every 15 minutes (weekdays).

    from Terminal Barão Geraldo to UNICAMP.

    • 3.29 - (city bus) - Terminal Barão Geraldo to UNICAMP (itinerary). Works daily from 5h to 23h:30, every 30 minutes (weekdays).
    • 3.37 - (city bus) - Terminal Barão Geraldo to UNICAMP (itinerary). Works daily from 5h:40 to 23:15, every 20 minutos (weekdays).
    • 3.32 - (city bus) - Terminal Barão Geraldo to UNICAMP (itinerary). Works daily from 5h:30 to 00h:20, every 15 minutos (weekdays).

    How to get to UNICAMP from the airports

    from Viracopos airport

    • 193 - (city bus) - from Viracopos airport to Terminal Central of Campinas. (itinerary).
    • 3.30 - (city bus) - from Terminal Central de Campinas to UNICAMP (itinerary).
    • Uber - Around R$ 60.

    from Guarulhos (Cumbica) airport

    • Lira Bus itinerary(to Campinas Bus Station)
    • Uber - Around R$ 300.

    From São Paulo Bus Station Tietê.

    • VB Transportes (SAC: 19-3733-5000) - intercity bus - From Tietê Bus Station to Campinas Bus Station
    • Viação cometa - intercity bus - From Tietê Bus Station to Campinas Bus Station
    • 3.31 - (city bus) - From Campinas Bus Station to Terminal de Barão Geraldo (itinerary).

    Transfers from other airports.

    How to Circulate at Unicamp Campus

    Internal Circular Transport is a free service and is intended to facilitate the commuting of the university community within the campus perimeter.



    Registration fee

    The event was initially going to happen in 2020 but, due to the Covid 19 pandemic, it was rescheduled for 2022. Those people who signed up for the 2020 event and paid the registration can request a refund via email ( with email subject: "Registration payment request: complete name") or, if they wish, request the registration to the new event. In this case, the amount previously paid will be considered as payment of the new registration fee. Either way, we ask you to fill out the registration form again.

    We kindly ask that Brazilian residents pay the registration fee with as much antecedance as possible. The registration fee is
    R$300 for professors and postdocs
    R$150 for students (Free for IMECC - Students)
    Members of the Bernoulli Society have a reduced fee (by 20%). Please indicate this membership when sending the transfer receipt.
    If for some reason, after you have registered, you need to cancel participation, please let us know as soon as possible.
    Registration and payments will be accepted until May 30.
    Applications for funding will be accepted until April 18.

    Applications for short talks and/or poster presentations will be accepted until May 30. To submit a poster or a short talk please fill up the the following file and send it to us by email.

    About financial support

    We will support around 50 Brazilian students and 50 students from aboard will be financed with travels and daily expenses. Students participating in the two weeks of school will be prioritized

    Registration form and support

    In order to register, please follow this LINK. .


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