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CIRM: a breeding ground for talent, a mathematical melting pot! CIRM is quite a unique place. Situated right at the heart of the Parc des Calanques, a famous nature reserve in the South of France, the aim of our Centre is to welcome researchers from around the world.

The scientic area of this proposal relates to Thermodynamic Formalism : Applications to Probability, Geometry and Fractals. There have been significant recent advances in the general theory and, in particular, this has opened the possibility of further applications to adjacent fields. The foundations of the modern theory of Thermodynamic Formalism has its origins in pioneering work of Sinai and Ruelle from as recently as the late 1960s and early 1970s. As the name suggests, the basic theory was founded on ideas imported into mathematics from mathematical physics and statistical mechanics - although the origins have been overshadowed by the many successes of its applications to purely mathematical problems. These distinguished mathematical physicists developed the basic techniques and tools which have proved enormously successful in studying problems in different areas of pure mathematics. The semester will stage several events around this topic.

Holomorphic differentials on Riemann surfaces have long held a distinguished place in low dimensional geometry, dynamics, and representation theory. Recently it has become apparent that they constitute a common feature of several other highly active areas of current research in mathematics and also at the interface with physics. (See website for more details.)

Microlocal analysis provides tools for the precise analysis of problems arising in areas such as partial differential equations or integral geometry by working in the phase space; i.e., the cotangent bundle, of the underlying manifold. It has origins in areas such as quantum mechanics and hyperbolic equations, in addition to the development of a general PDE theory, and has expanded tremendously over the last forty years to the analysis of singular spaces, integral geometry, nonlinear equations, scattering theory,... This program will bring together researchers from various parts of the field to facilitate the transfer of ideas, and will also provide a comprehensive introduction to the field for postdocs and graduate students.

SCUDEM–SIMIODE Challenge Using Differential Equations Modeling is a chance for teams of three students (undergraduate and high school) to select one of three problems for modeling (physics/engineering, chemistry/life science, or social science). Teams work on their problem at home school for a week and then come together at a local site (your school perhaps?) to share their results for meaningful and immediate feedback and awards. SCUDEM IV 2019 takes place on Challenge Saturday, 9 November 2019, at sites around the world. We invite you to be one of these local sites. This is a chance to bring bright young people to your campus, to serve as a supportive and fun growth catalyst for student interest in mathematics, to engage students in the art and science of mathematical modeling, and to increase student self-efficacy for modeling. SIMIODE provides ALL the materials for a successful Challenge Saturday – extra issue for students to consider on their model of choice, Faculty Development program to support modeling, MathBowl fun event for student teams, faculty constructive judging and awards for teams, and professional and personal fellowship. Visit SCUDEM site and see results from previous events – all problems, all student submissions, all MathBowls (fun questions and answers you can use with your Math Club or classes), and all Faculty Development programs. Then join us in supporting student growth in modeling with differential equations. Be sure to enjoy videos of students and faculty sharing their enthusiasm for SCUDEM. Also see our local site host coordinator Guide with complete details on hosting and how we at SIMIODE will provide EVERYTHING you need for a successful event. Then contact us at Director@simiode.org and let us know your school will host SCUDEM IV 2019 for Challenge Saturday, 9 November 2019, and we will put you on the list and map of the growing number of host schools. Registration for SCUDEM IV 2019 runs 1 September 2019 through 25 October 2019, but we are asking you to sign up to be local site host coordinator now and keep in mind registration opens for your school's teams on 1 September 2019. SCUDEM is a powerful experience which has been shown to improve student self-efficacy in modeling. If you have questions concerning SCUDEM or wish to serve as a host site local coordinator please contact us at Director@simiode.org.

The Illustrating Mathematics program brings together mathematicians, makers, and artists who share a common interest in illustrating mathematical ideas via computational tools.

Machine Learning (ML) is quickly providing new powerful tools for physicists and other natural scientists to extract essential information from large amounts of data, either from experiments or simulations. This IPAM long program will foster nontrivial research and provoke scientific discussion at the interface between ML and Physics. We aim to go beyond simple fitting of physical models from data and move the discussion to (i) using generative ML methods and active learning in order to generate and design complex and novel physical structures and objects, (ii) obtain models that are physically understable, e.g. by maintaining relations of the predictions to the microscopic physical quantities used as an input, (iii) using ML to learn the physical principles and mathematical structures underlying the data, and (iv) developing new ML methods inspired by methods and models developed in Physics.

There will be about 15 mini-courses of introductory nature, related to the Geometry-Topology research subjects. Graduate students, recent Ph.D.s and under-represented minorities are especially encouraged to the summer school. Partial financial support is available.

The aim of this semester program is to bring together pure and applied mathematicians, physicists, and statisticians with the goals of fostering an environment for in-depth collaboration and cross-pollination of ideas between these communities, working towards solving the most pressing mathematical modeling and numerical simulation issues facing the gravitational wave community, and cultivating new subfields within mathematics that focus on important, pressing issues related to gravitational waves as well as providing mathematicians with new questions and problems to explore.

The annual meeting of the Japanese Society for Finsler geometry

International conference on Geometric Analysis dedicated to the 90th anniversary of academician Yu. G. Reshetnyak will take place in Novosibirsk, Russia on September 22-28, 2019. The conference is organized by Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University. The goal of the conference is to discuss modern state and main trends of development in geometric analysis and its applications.

With the magnificent success of 7th World Congress on Material Chemistry: Advancement & Innovations, MC Conferences is proud to announce the 8th World Congress on Material Chemistry. On this auspicious occasion, the Organizing Committee invites the participants from all over the globe to take part in this annual flagship conference with the theme "Sustainable new materials and recycling technology". Material Chemistry 2019 aims in proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst the professionals, industrialists, and students from research areas of Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Chemistry and Physics to share their research experiences and indulge in interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to self-interacting processes and their interaction with supersymmetry, Bayesian statistics and de Finetti-type theorems.

This workshop will concentrate on the following themes: - new methods in iterated forcing by using chains of elementary submodels as side conditions - classical realizability and forcing - applications of set theory to operator algebras

How can we design a costly experiment in an informationally optimal way? How can we generate complex structures under strong physical constraints? How should we structure the stages of learning or observing in a changing, reactive or adversarial environment? This workshop will address these questions by means of active learning, sequential decision making, experimental design, reinforcement learning, interactive learning or generative learning. In other words, the workshop will examine how to plan experiments in order to use information in a cost-optimal way. It will also include the application of these modalities to training complex models, such as deep architectures, and the transfer of these ideas to the generation of physically-relevant complex structures such as chemical structures, molecular structures, scalar or vector fields in fluid dynamics or electrodynamics, proposal steps for Markov chain Monte Carlo of physical systems etc. In all of these areas, we would like to be able

This session is open to all contributions concerning statistical analysis of discrete data, with a particular focus on discrete analogues of continuous distributions and of reliability and dependence concepts conceived in the continuous set-up; applications to real problems are welcome. The deadline for submitting an extended abstract, which will be published in the AIP Conference Proceedings, indexed in Scopus, is July 26, 2019.

"The 8th Symposium on Generating Functions of Special Numbers and Polynomials and their Applications (GFSNP2019)" will be held as a minisymposia whose title numbered by 28 in the Sessions-Minisymposia list, within "17th International Conference of Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics (ICNAAM2019)" whose website: icnaam.org/.

The workshop Women in Geometry and Topology is an endeavour organized by the GEOMVAP research group at UPC and financed under the AGAUR project 2017SGR932. The group GEOMVAP focuses in Geometry and Topology in the broad sense and its applications to several topics suchs as Celestial Mechanics, Control Theory, Mathematical Physics, Phylogenetics and Robotics. GEOMVAP promotes, in particular, Responsible, Research and Innovation within the framework of Horizon 2020. Among the RRI initiatives we strive for gender equality, public engagement, science communication and the visibility of women in Science and Society. The Workshop Women in Geometry and Topology will feature several plenary talks by top female mathematicians and some contributed talks (contributed by speakers of any gender identity).

The conference is dedicated to the memory of the outstanding topologist Volodymyr Sharko to commemorate his contributions to the Morse theory, K-theory, L2-theory, homological algebra, low-dimensional topology and dynamical systems.

Lecture by Professor Geordie Willamson - Department of Mathematics The University of Sydney

The recent progress in Symplectic Geometry and Topology has shed light on many deep phenomena in mathematics and mathematical physics. Nowadays a lot of researchers in East Asia are working in this exciting field. This conference hopes to provide an opportunity for the researchers in East Asia to meet many new friends in the same or related subjects, and find out their common interests toward prospering future work.

The optimal transportation problem, which originated in the work of Gaspard Monge in 1781, provides a fundamental and quantitave way to measure the distance between probability distributions. It has led to many successful applications in PDEs, Geometry, Statistics and Probability Theory. Recently, and motivated by problems in Financial Mathematics, variations on this problem were introduced by requiring the transport plans to abide by certain "fairness rules," such as following martingale paths. One then specifies a stochastic state process and a costing procedure, and minimize the expected cost over stopping times with a given state distribution. Recent work has uncovered deep connections between this type of constrained optimal transportation problems, the celebrated Skorokhod embeddings of probability distributions in Brownian motion, and Hamilton-Jacobi variational inequalities.

Mathematical Society of the Republic of Moldova announces the organization of the 5th Conference of the society, dedicated to the 55th anniversary of the foundation of Vladimir Andrunachievici Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science. Conference Sections: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science.

The conference "The geometry of algebraic varieties" is a research conference gathering renowned specialists and promising young researchers from Europe and abroad. It is centered around the geometric study of algebraic varieties, including their topology and their algebraic subvarieties, with an emphasis on the tools provided by Hodge theory. Specific topics included are varieties with remarkable geometry (abelian varieties, hyperKähler varieties or Fano varieties), and moduli spaces of algebraic varieties. It is a very active field of research, and the conference will focus on recent advances.

The conference will present the state of the art in mathematical modelling in biomedicine including cardiovascular diseases, cancer modelling, mathematical oncology. Methods of modelling and mathematical analysis of the corresponding models will also be discussed. Scientific committee: F. Ataullakhanov (Moscow), G. Bocharov (Moscow), W. Jaeger (Heidelberg), Ph. Maini (Oxford), R. Merks (Leiden) A. Panfilov (Ghent)

To transfer knowledge and know-how acquired in laboratories to the socio-economic world, in order to promote technological innovation in industry. INTERFACE is an original programme of acquisition & discussion of tools and concepts in mathematical, computer and digital sciences that are pertinent to potential users in industry, in particular modelling, simulation, optimization. Sessions last 2 to 4 days, in total immersion onsite at Cirm-Luminy (Marseille, France).

Mixed-integer nonlinear programming (MINLP) is concerned with finding optimal solutions to mathematical-optimization models that combine both discrete and (continuous) nonlinear elements. Models with this flavor arise in important applications in many domains, notably chemical engineering, energy, and transportation. Moreover, the well-developed frameworks for discrete and continuous optimization are not sufficient in themselves to attack this broad class of models. The underlying mathematical complexity is not as well understood due to the combination of how non-convexities arise from both the discrete and nonlinear elements. In particular, there remain theoretical, algorithmic and computational challenges before MINLP can enjoy a success similar to, say, smooth optimization or integer linear programming. These research challenges, together with the potential for remarkable impact, make MINLP arguably the most exciting new frontier in mathematical optimization. MINLP has caught the at

Johanna NeÂšlehová (McGill University) 2019 CRM-SSC Prize Recipient will give her lecture at 4:00 pm.

Methods and statistical reasoning play an important role in the advancement of knowledge. Whether it be through surveys or socio-economic indicator measurements, clinical trials to compare biomedical treatments or the study of survival of animal population in ecology, statistics is ubiquitous in sciences. Statistics has been undergoing a revolution in its techniques and its approaches, driven by the processing of huge and ever increasing complex data sets, but also by the advent of powerful computers. For example, statistical science is now tackling complex problems such as the analysis of brain images or genome data. New methods are being developed, such as data mining to process very large data sets. The statistics laboratory of the CRM provides structure to the Quebec statistics community to engage in this revolution at a time of an important renewal of academic personnel. The laboratory is composed of leaders of the Québec school of statistics who work on subjects such as statist

The annual Northeastern Analysis Meeting brings together analysts from the northeastern United States and beyond. In 2019, the conference will have 12 plenary speakers and 40-50 contributed talks from other conference participants.

The GROW 2019 conference is aimed at female-identified undergraduate students who may be interested in pursuing a graduate degree in mathematics. The conference is open to undergraduates from all around the U.S. The organizers are currently applying for travel funding from granting agencies. If these applications are successful, we hope to cover the cost of attendance for all accepted undergraduate students. The conference features lectures, panel discussions about graduate research in mathematics, networking opportunities, advice on preparing applications for graduate school. Confirmed speakers: Chelsea Walton (University of Illinois), Alex Yong (University of Illinois). Other speakers to be announced.

This is a multidisciplinary meeting forum in mathematical and computational fields to the study problems arising in biology, ecology, medicine, biotechnology, bio-engineering, environmental science, among other fields. We invite abstracts in mathematics, biology, ecology, biostatistics and related fields.

This three days workshop will be held October 7-9, 2019 in the Main Building (Welfenschloss) of Leibniz Universität Hannover. The workshop aims to bring together experts working on elliptic and parabolic equations, singular analysis, geometric aspects of pdes, and applications. Young researchers are particularly encouraged to attend.

Conference in memory of Thomas Friedrich (1949-2018).

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of the double ramification cycle in the moduli space of stable curves and its relation with the theory of integrable systems of PDEs, with a special stress on the double ramification hierarchy, a construction associating to any cohomological field theory an integrable system of PDEs and its quantization.

It is said that groups, as people, will be known by their actions. This is one of the guiding principles of the study of dynamical systems, and the proposed conference aims at bringing together researchers working in the domains of Measurable, Borel, and Topological Dynamics. While these domains are closely related at a fundamental level, the techniques are often quite different; our main objective is to foster interaction and exchange of ideas between researchers working in one (or more) of these fields. It seems to us that this is the right time to push further the interplay between measurable, topological and Borel dynamics, which is already quite rich and deserves to be popularized.

This conference aims to bring together mathematicians working in ergodic theory, dynamical systems, fractals, stochastics, and other related areas.

The past few years have witnessed an impressive growth and development of machine learning methods. Enhanced by large collected databases and improved computational power, these techniques have made spectacular progress in fields like image recognition and have even reached the ability to surpass humans in certain tasks and in games like Go. Still, the conceptual mechanisms on which such forms of learning work are largely not understood. Moreover, there is a complete lack of prediction ability, not only in the efficiency of machine learning, but also on its ability to work at all on a new problem. All this calls for a strong commitment on the part of the mathematical community. The present school aims at connecting international experts at the forefront of research on the mathematical and computational aspects of the problem with the interested scholars, especially the young generations.

Graph theory and combinatorics are closely related to many mathematical subjects, such as, topology, geometry and number theory and have a lot of applications in applied sciences, engineering and optimization problems.

A film presentation about the mathematician Alexandre Grothendiek with the director Hervé Nisic.

The purpose of the Conference is to bring together leading researchers in pure and applied nonlinear analysis and to present high level contributions to qualitative and quantitative analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations. The Conference will be dedicated to Professor DuÂšan D. RepovÂš on the occasion of his 65th birthday. The conference is financially supported by Elsevier - Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications.

This workshop aims to bring together mathematicians that are currently working on local and nonlocal differential equations and applications, particularly to geometry. In addition to established senior scientist, we plan for the participation of young researchers, including graduate students. The extremely fruitful interplay between geometry and analysis is as old as the two subjects, and in recent years nonlocal techniques have been developed that promise further applications in Geometric Analysis. It is our goal to bring together experts in these different fields, to foster the exchange of ideas and open problems.

Basic topics of the symposium: Graphs, Informatics, Аlgebra

Weekend regional workshop in number theory and arithmetic geometry, featuring two mini-courses and additional research lectures.

The Seventh International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Analysis of Populations in Biological Systems (ICMA VII) will be hosted by the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, on October 12- 14, 2019. This conference, which will build on the successes of previous ICMA conferences, attracts established and up-and-coming researchers and students from numerous disciplines in the mathematical and biological sciences. The broad, general theme of the conference is the formulation, validation, analysis and simulation of mathematical models for the spatiotemporal dynamics of biological populations. Specific topics to be covered include, but are not limited to, modeling, data analytics and analysis of phenomena in population biology, epidemiology, molecular and synthetic biology; mathematical oncology; genetic models; multi-host-vector-pathogen systems; persistence of ecosystems and uncertainty quantification in the life sciences.

A three-day workshop on 'Response Theory and Its Applications in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics', organised: V. Baladi, W. Bahsoun, S. Galatolo, V. Lucarini, will take place at the Institut Henri Poincaré, Paris from October 14-16, 2019. To register please follow the link: www.ihp.fr/en/CEB/T3-2019/Response_Theory This workshop is part of the IHP trimester (September 9-December 13) "The Mathematics of Climate and the Environment"

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the interplay between deep learning and partial differential equations.

An assumption that is often made in physical sciences is that an apparently high-dimensional process can be approximated by a small number of free parameters. Previous IPAM programs have focused on exploring this assumption by using paradigms such as dimension reduction, sparse recovery, clustering and representations with hidden variables, and graphical representation of conditional independence (graphical models). This workshop will have a different focus and will explore representation learning for physical systems, i.e. learning qualitative physics by structures such as the above that have physical meaning. The workshop will include methods to summarize and interpret a complicated learned model (e.g. deep neural network) by interrogating this model about what and why it has learned (e.g. relevance propagation and sensitivity analysis).

Several fundamental equations from physics describe systems composed of a large number N of interacting particles. These equations play a role in a wide number of fields, such as kinetic theory of gases and plasmas, chemotaxy, population dynamics, etc. Rigorously justifying the convergence of microscopic models describing the evolution of the N particles to mesoscopic or macroscopic nonlinear models in a restricted phase space is a major goal in applied mathematics. The interactions inside the system may be modelled by either deterministic or stochastic dynamics. This conference, on the interplay between PDEs and probability, follows a previous edition that took place at CIRM in 2017. It will focus on the study of such particle systems, with an emphasis on mean-fields models with singular interactions, such as the Boltzman, Landau and Keller-Segel equations, as well as systems of conservation laws, which arise as scaling limits of asymmetric particle systems under hyperbolic scaling.

Microlocal analysis provides tools for the precise analysis of problems arising in areas such as partial differential equations or integral geometry by working in the phase space, i.e. the cotangent bundle, of the underlying manifold. It has origins in areas such as quantum mechanics and hyperbolic equations, in addition to the development of a general PDE theory, and has expanded tremendously over the last 40 years to the analysis of singular spaces, integral geometry, nonlinear equations, scattering theory, hyperbolic dynamical systems, probabilityÂ… As this description shows microlocal analysis has become a very broad area. Due to its breadth, it is a challenge for researchers to be aware of what is happening in other parts of the field, and the impact this may have in their own research area. The purpose of this workshop is thus to bring together researchers from different parts of microlocal analysis and its applications to facilitate the transfer of new ideas.

Math Matters - Maple in Mathematics Education and Research This conference is dedicated to exploring different aspects of the math software Maple, including Maple's impact on education, new symbolic computation algorithms and techniques, and the wide range of Maple applications.

We warmly welcome you to join the "4th International Conference On Atomic and Molecular Physics" which is scheduled during on OCTOBER 16-17 ,2019 in Singapore city, Singapore. With the theme : Current Research and Future Vision of Atomic and Molecular Physics. Molecular Physics 2019 is a standout amongst the most prepared teaches and might be the most settled through its thought of Astronomy. Material science crosses with various interdisciplinary domains of research, for example, Astrophysics, Biophysics, Computational Physics, Quantum Chemistry and others. New musings in Physics every now and again clear up the fundamental parts of different sciences while opening new roads of research. The gathering course of action intends to scatter the movements of research in Theoretical and Molecular physics to the overall gathering by influencing a phase for dynamic venture, to exchange of aptitude and

The Conference will discuss the issues of - infinite dimensional holomorphy, - topological tensor products, - Banach space theory, - operator theory, - topological algebra, - geometric and infinite dimensional topology.

Attend the Govt of India Approved International Conference at Andhra Loyola College, Vijayawada on the Banks of River Krishna. Awards, Book Chapters Publication, Journal Publications, Collaborative Research etc., are facilitated in this Conference

This new Multiyear Programme at CIRM will stage an event in 2019, 2021 and 2023. This 2019 workshop will focus on the two areas of optimal transport and quasi-sure analysis and of machine learning, data science and high-dimensional optimisation, all within the context of mathematical finance. It brings together experts from mathematical finance and specialists of numerical methods for optimal transport problems and specialists of neural networks and optimisation techniques for AI applications. Some key goals are to understand the nature of recently obtained results in the latter areas, their connections to mathematical finance, and to discuss the directions that should be explored with priority in the future.

This workshop will focus on mathematical-physics questions in the context of Coulomb systems. This includes identifying the relevant one-particle equations as limits of the underlying microscopic highdimensional dynamics as well as the analysis of the limiting equations with singular potentials. Other examples are the dynamic description of ionization, the derivation of effective graphene models, and limiting theorems for time-dependent relativistic Coulomb systems. This includes the following topics: - stability of matter in atomic and molecular Coulomb systems - derivation and study of mean field equations for large systems of quantum particles - derivation and study of mean field equations for classical particles - Kinetic and related equations - modeling of graphene materials and study of the associated Hamiltonians.

This workshop aims to both showcase and develop these connections, including the development of new visualization tools for algebra and number theory.

The topics covered by the conference include (but not limited) Functional Analysis and Operator Theory, Differential Equations and Optimal Control, Theory of Functions, Harmonic and Non-harmonic Analysis, Mechanics, History of Development of Mathematics and Mathematical Education.

On 23-25 October, 2019, in Baku, the international scientific Conference "Modern Problems of Mathematics and Mechanics" dedicated to 60 years of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics will be held. Sections of the Conference: Functional Analysis and Operator theory; Differential Equations and optimal Control; Theory of functions; Harmonic and Non-harmonic analysis; Mechanics; Development of Mathematics and Mathematical education.

"Conference on Computational Mathematics and Applications" to be held at University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), October 25 - 27, 2019. The conference aims at bringing together computational scientists from several disciplines to exchange new computational methodology and exciting applications developed recently.

A new, annual workshop to engage students in highly relevant mathematics tied to applications that address societal needs. Workshop includes invited presentations, informational panels, roundtable discussions, breakout sessions, and community building activities. Travel support is available. First-generation college students and students from underrepresented groups in mathematics are especially encouraged to apply. Hosted jointly by Virginia Tech and Clemson University.

The 39th Southeastern-Atlantic Regional Conference on Differential Equations (SEARCDE) will be held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University on October 26-27, 2019. SEARCDE promotes research and education in the field of differential equations by bringing together beginning and established researchers for sharing research experiences, exchanging ideas, and discussing recent developments in the field.

NTS-LA is a biannual regional number theory theory conference located in Los Angeles. While each meeting with feature two plenary talks by faculty and one plenary talk from a graduate student from outside of Southern California, the majority of talks will consist of 20 minute contributed talks. The purpose of these meetings is to establish a community of people interested in number theory in Southern California, to allow faculty at institutions that do not have funds for regular seminars to attend high-quality research talks, and to provide a friendly environment for students and faculty to present their research.

Speakers: Jarod Alper, Roman Avdeev, Stéphanie Cupit-Foutou, Jacopo Gandini, Daniel Greb, Jochen Heinloth, Peter Heinzner, Victoria Hoskins, Valentina Kiritchenko, Friedrich Knop, Hanspeter Kraft, Lucy Moser-Jauslin, Dmitri Panyushev, Claudio Procesi, J\"{o}rg Winkelmann. Please register before July 31, 2019.

In recent years the development of deep abstract tools played an increasingly important role for the treatment of evolution equations, due to the increasing complexity of the mathematical models. A main purpose of the conference is to bring together internationally-renowned experts from both applied and abstract fields in order to initialize and catalyze cooperations and to steer theoretical developments into the direction of applied demands in the field of evolution equations. In the meantime, there is a number of examples for a successful interplay between the development of theoretical tools and applied evolution equations, but up-to-date and future challenges demand many further developments in various directions. The scientific scope of the proposed conference thus comprises applied evolution equations, e.g., related to complex fluids, geophysical flows, fluid-structure-interaction, active fluids, free boundary problems, crystal growth, semiconductor models, etc.

This workshop will showcase how to employ mathematical aspects of statistical / information theoretic approaches in ML for the discovery of physical laws from data. Offering statistical guarantees along with the learned models is critical in physics and in areas such as aeronautics, climate science, chemistry, biology, and robotics. We will consider model selection, robust statistics, model-free and adaptive learning, and model validation in the context of both static and dynamic models, such as equations of motion.

Confirmed speakers include: Claudio Arezzo (ICTP) Hendrik S\"uĂź (the University of Manchester) Frederic Campana (University of Lorraine)

As part of the Mathematical Sciences Collaborative Diversity Initiatives, six mathematics institutes are pleased to host their annual SACNAS pre-conference event, the 2019 Modern Math Workshop (MMW). The Modern Math Workshop is intended to encourage minority undergraduates to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and to assist undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhDs in building their research networks.

One-day ITS-CUNY symposium on Recent Advances in Nonlinear Problems, October 31st, 2019

Number theory conference on modular forms and arithmetic aiming to strengthen networks for mathematicians from underrepresented groups.

In 1977 Leon Glass and Michael C. Mackey introduced the idea that certain diseases, termed dynamical diseases, arise because of abnormalities in underlying physiological control mechanisms. This idea was based on the mathematical concept that bifurcations can occur in dynamical systems as certain parameters are changed. This observation opened the door for "mathematicians at the bedside". Over the last four decades the impact of mathematical insights into human illness has been palpable. Mathematical insights have provided important insights into the nature of many life threatening illnesses including cardiac and respiratory arrhythmias, epileptic seizures, periodic hematological diseases, falls in the elderly and certain psychiatric illnesses.

Thurston maps are orientation-preserving branched covering maps of the two-sphere to itself for which the forward orbits of the branch points form a finite set. They arise in the classification of complex dynamical systems. Recent work has shown close connections between the combinatorial, topological, and algebraic theory of Thurston maps and that of mapping class groups. The algorithmic and computational theories of mapping class groups are highly advanced and have reached the point of effective implementation via computer programs. However, such implementations for Thurston maps are significantly less advanced. The aim of the proposed Hot Topic workshop is to bring together researchers in the computational theory of mapping class groups and those in the combinatorial theory of Thurston maps in order to make headway on fundamental problems.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to problems in combinatorial and geometric rigidity theory arising from modeling of microstructures.

One-dimensional actions of 3-manifold groups 4 - 8 November 2019 mtriestino.perso.math.cnrs.fr/3mfd.html Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne of Université of Bourgogne (Dijon, France)

Sensors and data abound. This spatial and temporal information is supposed to allow a better management -- in new energy systems, transport or eco-industrial parks, to quote a few examples. This leads to problems of large-scale optimization, the formulation of which is delicate. Indeed, one needs to take into account at least three dimensions: temporal (stages of decision, dynamics, inertia), spatial (different decision units connected by flows), stochastic (various possible scenarios) and thus risk. This leads to multi-stage stochastic optimization problems which enter the class of large-scale systems. The 4-day session entitled 'Interface 2019 Stochastic Optimization for Large-Scale Systems' will present tools and methods to formulate and solve such problems. To this end, various types of activities will take place including courses, computing sessions and interactive sessions. The session addresses a mixed public, both from academia and from industry.

The conference will be devoted to the study of independence between the multiplicative properties of integers and various "deterministic" functions, i. e. functions produced by a dynamical system of zero entropy or defined using a simple algorithm. This area is developing very fast at international level and the conference will be an opportunity to help to develop techniques that were recently introduced to study of relations between prime numbers, polynomial sequences and finite automata, the study of the pseudorandom properties of certain arithmetic sequences and the search of prime numbers in deterministic sequences. This goal is related to several recent works by Bourgain, Green, Sarnak, Tao and others concerning the orthogonality of the M\"{o}bius function with deterministic sequences and obtaining prime number theorems for these sequences.

The conference features Steve Hofmann, of the University of Missouri, who will give two one-hour talks titled "Quantitative absolute continuity of harmonic and caloric measure". The conference also features Zihui Zhao of the University of Chicago, and Max Engelstein of the University of Minnesota who will give one-hour talks on related topics. There is ample time scheduled for contributed talks; all participants, especially mathematicians early in their careers, are encouraged to contribute a 20- minute talk. The conference is supported by the NSF and funding is available with priority given to students, postdocs and those early in their careers. Organizers: Marianne Korten, Nathan Albin, Kansas State University, Estela Gavosto, Rodolfo Torres, University of Kansas, and Charles Moore, Washington State University.

Respected Sir/ Madam, Department of Mathematics, Tilak Dhari Post Graduate College, Jaunpur and Ramanujan Society of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences are going to organize a National Conference on "Number Theory, Special Functions and their Applications in Computer Science," during November 8 - 10, 2019. The aim of the Conference is to bring together Mathematicians and Research scholars from different parts of the Country for exchange of ideas and latest developments in Number theory, special functions, fractional calculus, analysis and their applications in computer science. Expected topics to be covered in this Conference are Computer Science, Applications of Computer Science in Special functions and other branches of Mathematics, Hypergeometric Series (ordinary and basic both), Number Theory, Fractional Calculus, Special Functions, Lie theory, Orthogonal polynomials, Partition theory, Continued fractions, Combinatory analysis and other interesting works of Srinivasa Ramanuan.

MAIN TOPICS Blow-up and singularities for quasilinear elliptic and parabolic equations Peaking regime in nonlinear diffusion equations Large solutions of nonlinear elliptic equations and systems Long time dynamics of nonlinear evolution PDE Quasilinear equations with measure data

This workshop will focus on the theoretical insights developed via illustration, visualization, and computational experiment in dynamical systems and probability theory.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to studying geometric realizations of Langlands functoriality via cycles on Shimura varieties.

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers working in Differential Geometry and Non-associative algebras in order to develop this theme and enhance collaborations. We will also provide mini-courses aimed at PhD students and young researchers. The idea of organizing this meeting emerged during a CIMPA school on Differential Geometry and Non-associative algebras, held in Marrakech on April 2015. We aim to create a network of mathematicians from various universities (e.g. Metz, Mulhouse, Coimbra, Saragossa, Marrakech, Moscow, etc.) in order to have discussions and collaborations on the study of Differential Geometry with algebraic tools, mainly on non-associative algebras. We will invite specialists in both domains to compare the different viewpoints. The scientific program will include two mini-courses on Differential Geometry involving algebraic tools like non-associative algebras and 22 talks.

Attend the Int Conference at one of the most attracting location Thailand, Take back with Unique experience of Int Conference Presentation. One can publish their work as Peer Reviewed Journal Publication also.

The authentication of information lies at the core of our legal system, our democracy, and many other aspects of our society. Is a photograph or video real, or has it been doctored? Can we believe what we see? When the authenticity of a piece of information can too easily be cast into doubtÂ—and there is no accepted means to verify its provenance and reliabilityÂ—we face a society-wide crisis. Coupled with the erosion of trusted sources, and fueled by current developments in machine learning, the proliferation of automated methods for fabricating information (so-called "deep fakes") represent a new stage in the "arms race for truth." One of the most significant unintended consequences of AI advances may be their use as a powerful weapon in this struggle. Escaping the arms race dynamic will require the development and deployment of technical, social, and legal countermeasures. What should those countermeasures be? And who should deploy them? Our workshop aims to explore such questions.

The Math Alliance will hold its annual Field of Dreams Conference November 8-10, 2019, in St. Louis, MO. The conference brings together undergraduate scholars, graduate students, faculty, and other mathematical science professionals who comprise the Alliance community for a weekend devoted to advancing the goals of the Alliance. Namely, to produce more doctorates among underrepresented minorities in the mathematical sciences. The conference focuses on preparing students for graduate school through mentoring, and on building our Alliance community. There will be a graduate fair with many programs exhibiting, a career fair where many of our graduating and recent doctorates can be recruited, multiple panels with a focus on student success, best mentoring practices, and professional development , as well as featured speakers. We will have updated information in the months preceding the conference.

Conference on Modern Analysis & Applications - An International Meet (CMAA-2019) is the 67th Annual Conference of Bharat Ganita Parishad. The main objective of this conference is to provide forum for the researchers, eminent academicians, research scholar and students to exchange ideas, to communicate and discuss research findings and new advancements in varied branches of mathematical sciences and its impacts on other disciplines. The scope of CMAA-2019 shall be Modern Analysis and the related area and their applications mathematics and other sciences including those in industry. CMAA-2019 is expected to serve an excellent platform to inculcate research interest among young minds on in the areas to be covered in the conference.

Conference Series LLC ltd is pleased to invite you to attend the "6th International Conference on Atomic Physics and Nuclear Physics" This event will be a gathering of hundreds of research minded people from the fields of Atomic Physics and Nuclear Physics and its related fields who belong from both Academics and Industries including young researchers/students etc. to share a common interest in "Euro Atomic Physics 2019" Please visit conference website for more details. Website: https://atomicphysics.insightconferences.com/ We look forward to seeing you in Rome, Italy in November 18-19, 2019!.

Holomorphic differentials on Riemann surfaces have long held a distinguished place in low dimensional geometry, dynamics and representation theory. Recently it has become apparent that they constitute a common feature of several other highly active areas of current research in mathematics and also at the interface with physics. In some cases the areas themselves (such as stability conditions on Fukaya-type categories, links to quantum integrable systems, or the physically derived construction of so-called spectral networks) are new, while in others the novelty lies more in the role of the holomorphic differentials (for example in the study of billiards in polygons, special - Hitchin or higher Teichmuller - components of representation varieties, asymptotic properties of Higgs bundle moduli spaces, or in new interactions with algebraic geometry).

The goal of this conference is to gather people interested in holomorphic interpolation and related subjects, including sampling theory, uniqueness problems, and reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. Related results and methods from this area of research play a fundamental role in different branches of modern analysis. For example, Carleson's well-known characterization of interpolating sequences in the algebra of bounded analytic functions in the unit disk and the subsequent solution of the corona problem were groundbreaking results and continue to generate activity in analysis. In the Hilbertian situation, interpolation, uniqueness, and sampling translate to geometric properties of reproducing kernels. After orthonormal sequences, Riesz sequences of such kernels (which are related to interpolation) represent the second best family one can expect in a Hilbert space.

In this workshop we will explore how to use physical intuition and ideas to design new classes of machine learning (ML) algorithms. Physics-inspired sampling algorithms could be used to train ML structures or sample the hyper-parameter space (e.g. deep Neural Networks). Additionally, physics-based models such as Ising/Potts models or energy-based models have influenced ML inference frameworks such as Markov Random Fields and Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and we want to continue the discussion to facilitate this innovation transfer. Finally, physical insight could be used to enhance learning in the situation of scarce data by enforcing smoothness, differentiability or other physical properties relevant to a given problem. We will also explore the use of Koopmans' theorem to design learning algorithms for dynamical systems. Finally, we will discuss and try to promote theories from physics and mathematics that can help us understand and systematize the deep learning framework.

The goal of this conference is to gather people interested in holomorphic interpolation and related subjects, including sampling theory, uniqueness problems, and reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. Related results and methods from this area of research play a fundamental role in different branches of modern analysis. For example, Carleson's well-known characterization of interpolating sequences in the algebra of bounded analytic functions in the unit disk and the subsequent solution of the corona problem were groundbreaking results and continue to generate activity in analysis.

The 28th International Conference of the Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics is co-organized by the Department of Management Control and Information Systems, University of Chile, Santiago and the Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics. The academic program of the conference will provide a unique meeting point for researchers, academics and students to interact and discuss their research ideas and present the latest enhancements and innovations in interdisciplinary mathematics, statistics and computational intelligence. The conference will consist of keynote addresses, invited talks, plenary talks, oral and poster presentations, symposia on different themes and best paper award competitions.

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This conference is organized around the theme "Era of Physics Innovations and Mathematical Excellence", which covers a wide range of critically important sessions from basic research to latest innovations in the field of Applied Sciences

Larix International is delighted to welcome to the "International Conference on Mechatronics and Robotics", scheduled in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during November 25-26, 2019

The aim of the school is to bring together experts in the field and young researcher. There will be five minicourses, given by internationally leading experts, aimed at Master's and PhD students and postdocs, and provide an introduction to a research field of current interest. Young researchers may apply to give a short communication.

World Applied Physics and Mathematics Congress 2019 is the premier event that brings together a unique and International mix of experts, researchers from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations in Applied Physics and Mathematics. We look forward to welcoming you to the beautiful city of Malaysia. Applied Physics and Mathematics Conferences will lay a platform for world-class professors, and scientists, experts, researchers, to discuss an approach for World Applied Physics and Mathematics. World Congress on Applied Physics and Mathematics 2019 welcomes the Professors, Research scholars, Industrial Professionals, and student delegates from Applied Physics and Mathematics sectors to be a part of it.

The meeting will bring together researchers in the theory of Hyperplane Arrangements with the eighth Japanese-Australian workshop on Real and Complex Singularities. It will also serve as a memorial conference for Stefan Papadima.

Our conference aims to synthesize complementary points of view coming from distant fields: the analytic approach in the classical theory of zeta and L-functions, the theory of Artin L-functions in connection with the Langlands program, zeta and L-functions coming from arithmetic geometry in the spirit of the Weil conjectures, zeta functions arising in dynamics, etc. One of the original aspects of the project lies in the interaction between theoretical considerations and numerical and algorithmic features for diverse families of zeta and L-functions. Rather than a meeting meant for experts in a particular topic we will put the emphasis on the exchange of ideas between people coming from related fields in Number Theory and on inviting young researchers and students to further pursue the study of these interactions that have already proven fruitful and that we believe are still very promising.

Cryptography conference will be held in Dakar, Senegal on Thursday to Saturday, December 5-7, 2019. The goal of this three days conference is to bring together the community to discuss recent developments in Non-associative algebra, Non-Commutative algebras, Coding Theory, Cryptology and Information Security.

Data Mining and Big data 2019 is one of only a few conferences that approach the big data, data mining, and machine learning conversation from the academic, industry and business perspectives. We've investigated a group of audience commitment, the client venture, development pathways, rising innovation patterns, and the sky is the limit from there.

Meet global experts in Nano Science and Nano technology at the upcoming world's best Advance Nanotechnology conference scheduled at Bangkok, Thailand

The International Conference on Semigroups Algebras and Applications (ICSAA-2019) will be an excellent occasion for young researchers and experts in semigroups, algebras and related areas to come together exchange their views, ideas and research findings.

Automatic learning is at the heart of the advances currently being made in Artificial Intelligence for digital data processing. In particular, deep neural networks (deep learning) are amazing in their ability to accurately solve classification and prediction tasks. There are other approaches in automatic learning, sometimes more effective depending on the real issues to be addressed. This course provides an overview of the methods available "on the shelf", with underlying mathematical considerations. The objective of this training course is to present the fundamentals of automatic learning, from the algorithmic, theoretical and practical points of view. It is divided into two phases: the first phase is an introduction to the essential concepts, while the second phase consists in an advanced course.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to improving the quality of open educational resources and increasing their adoption. Specifically, the workshop seeks to transform open textbooks to better support instructors in the assessment of students.

The proposal is to have a major conference concentrating on recent advances in Thermodynamic Formalism. There has not been a major meeting focused specifically on this topic in recent years and so, given the speed of progress in the area, it seems particularly timely. This is an established area which has seen some significant and exciting developments in recent years. The emphasis would be on recent developments and their implications for future research. The themes will be: (1) Transfer operators and anisotropic Banach spaces (2) Gibbs measures and Geometry (3) Moduli spaces and flows (4) Probability measures and statistical properties (5) Fractal Geometry

ACCMCC is the annual conference of the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia. The conference covers all areas of combinatorics in mathematics and computer science.

This workshop provides an interdisciplinary platform for computational and experimental research in extended Liquid crystals (LCs) -like systems, and how these approaches can yield new theoretical insight for novel LC systems.

This 3-day workshop, supported by The University of Sydney's school of Mathematics and Statistics, brings together a number of experts in algebraic geometry. The focus is on interactions between birational geometry and moduli spaces and related recent developments.

The ATCM 2019 is an international conference to be held in Leshan, China, that will continue addressing technology-based issues in all Mathematical Sciences. Thanks to advanced technological tools such as computer algebra systems (CAS), interactive and dynamic geometry, and hand-held devices, the effectiveness of our teaching and learning, and the horizon of our research in mathematics and its applications continue to grow rapidly. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for educators, researchers, teachers and experts in exchanging information regarding enhancing technology to enrich mathematics learning, teaching and research at all levels. ATCM averagely attracts 350 participants representing over 30 countries around the world. Be sure to submit your abstracts or full papers in time.

This event is the fourteenth in a series of annual workshops that have previously taken place in Madrid (2006, 2007), Barcelona (2008), Ghent (2009), La Laguna (2010), Coimbra (2012), Madrid (2012), Barcelona (2013), Zaragoza (2015), Paris (2016), La Laguna (2017), Padova (early 2018) and Coimbra (late 2018). Its goal is to bring together young researchers working in geometry, mechanics and control theory and to offer a platform to present the results of their research to an international audience.

The mathematical theory and practice of both cryptography and coding underpins the provision of effective security and reliability for data communication, processing and storage.

The conference will bring researchers across both the fields of mathematics and physics together in order to discuss recently developed topics, on-going work and speculative new ideas within supergeometry and its applications in physics. This event offers a unique opportunity to unite physicists and mathematicians who share a common interest in supermathematics. There will be enough time available for discussions between the participants; a poster session for junior researchers will be organized. The main topics include: - Supermanifolds and their generalizations (e.g., superschemes, color supermanifolds ,noncommutative supergeometry...) - Super Lie groups and Lie superalgebras -Supergeometric methods in physics - Geometric aspects of supersymmetric field theories, superstrings, and supergravity - Mathematical aspects of the BV-BRST formalism

The classical theory of statistical models (experiments) has been extended to the asymptotic equivalence paradigm, allowing to classify and relate infinite or high-dimensional problems which are most often ill-posed. Such statistical concepts are also integrated in the emerging field of quantum statistics, which is developing due to fast technological progress in quantum engineering. The analysis of quantum statistical models is directed towards a non-commutative statistical decision theory with connections to operator algebra, quantum information and quantum probability. As in any fast evolving area, it has already benefited from the non parametric and the high-dimensional up-to-date methods in statistics. However, more involved physical concepts (like entanglement) are not popular in the mathematical- statistical world. Similarly, the quantum dynamical systems are much used in quantum engineering and inference in such setups is at its very beginning.

The fifth conference and workshop on Statistical Methods in Finance aims to expose the participants to new and active areas of research and to engage researchers into active working groups. The conference will be jointly hosted by (1) Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), and (2) Indian Statistical Institute - Chennai Center.

Calcutta Mathematical Society is going to organize International Conference on Advances in Higher Mathematics, Mathematical Sciences and Mathematical Modelling (ICAHMMSMM-2019) during 20-22 December, 2019 at its premises. Thrust Areas of ICAHMMSMM-2019 are i) Commutative Algebra ii) Algebraic Geometry and Algebraic Topology iii) Analytic Number Theory and Cryptology iv) Real and Complex Analysis v) Geometric Analysis vi) Information Science vii) Stochastic Processes viii) Mathematical Applications in Nanoscience ix) Computational Science and Ergodic Theory x) Mathematical Modelling and Complex Phenomena Last date of receiving the extended abstract is 30 September, 2019. Notification of acceptance will be made by 15 October, 2019.

The main objective of the conference is to bring specialized topics in mathematics, statistics, computer science, information technology, cryptology, bioinformatics, nano technology, space science and closely related interdisciplinary areas to the forefront. Many scientists from India, USA, Japan, Canada, Sweden, France, Germany, Finland, Australia, Russia, Egypt, Mexico, Algeria, Botswana, Korea, South Africa and many other countries participated in the earlier conferences. Contact: All correspondences in respect to the conference are to be addressed to Dr. Avishek Adhikari, Convenor MSAST 2019 & Secretary, IMBIC; e-mail: msast.paper@gmail.com; website: https://www.isical.ac.in/~avishek_r/ and https://www.presiuniv.ac.in/web/staff.php?staffid=424

The International Conference on Mathematical Analysis and Computing (ICMAC - 2019) is a premier conference which is being organized during December 23-24, 2019 at SSN College of Engineering, Kalavakkam, Tamil Nadu, India.

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