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SIMC 2021 is a biennial event organized by the Strathmore Institute of Mathematical Sciences. The theme is "Advancing Research and Education in Mathematical Sciences in the Big data Era" The conference will be organized around the following five strands: Pure Mathematics; Mathematical modeling; Data Science/Statistics; Mathematics Education; Mathematical Finance/Economics. The first two days (28th and 29th June) will be committed to pre-conference schools in the five strands. The three conference days (June 30-July 2nd) will be organized around plenary and parallel sessions in the five strands.
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Activities: International Conference on Dynamics in Systems and Synthetic Biology (DynS^3Bio) ONLINE From June 14, 2021 to June 18, 2021 DYNS^3BIO Online Seminars From June 18, 2021 to October 30, 2021 Advanced Course on Applied Dynamics in Systems and Synthetic Biology (IRP DYNS^3BIO) From September 6, 2021 to September 10, 2021
The aim is to run a semester program on new methods and ideas in singularity theory. A series of events has been planned (workshop, school, conference, weekly seminar and research in pairs) during which we will amply discuss new methods in singularity theory in connection with more classical developments and problems. Additionally, an art project with artist Sylvie Pic will look at Art and Singularities. The program will focus mainly on non-archimedean geometry, symplectic topology and gauge theories (developments in geometry influencing strongly singularity theory), but also singularities from the Lipschitz geometry viewpoint, one of the most flourishing developments that is taking place currently, which probably will transcend the borders of singularity theory and influence other areas in the future.
The broad theme of this meeting will be the intersection of quantum field theory and geometric representation theory with particular focus on The Local and Global Geometric Langlands program and SUSY theories with eight supercharges in four and three dimensions.
This Workshop continues the series of CQIS workshops held in 2004-2019 in Protvino, Dubna, Chernogolovka and Saint Petersburg. We are going to bring together 60-80 leading international and Russian mathematical physicists and mathematicians working in the theory of integrable systems and related fields of mathematics.
The following meetings will be held jointly: SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT21) SIAM Conference on Applied and Computational Discrete Algorithms (ACDA21)
The following meetings will be held jointly: SIAM Annual Meeting (AN21) SIAM Conference on Applied and Computational Discrete Algorithms (ACDA21) SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT21) SIAM Conference on Discrete Mathematics (DM21) SIAM Conference on Optimization (OP21)
Professor Ronald E. Mickens of Clark Atlanta University will deliver ten lectures on the topic, beginning with basic numerical motivations for the method, including theoretical exposition and various applications to differential equations models of diverse phenomena in the sciences, medicine, and engineering, and concluding with open problems.
Following last year's successful launch, we are happy to announce the second edition of the conference on Information-Theoretic Cryptography (ITC). The call for papers for ITC 2021 is out and the submission deadline is February 1st: itcrypto.github.io Please submit your best work to ITC 2021! We hope to see many of you there!
This Workshop continues the series of CQIS workshops held in 2004-2019 in Protvino, Dubna, Chernogolovka and Saint Petersburg. We are going to bring together 60-80 leading international and Russian mathematical physicists and mathematicians working in the theory of integrable systems and related fields of mathematics. The scientific scope of the Workshop covers, in particular, recent results in integrable models of classical and quantum mechanics, field theory and statistical physics algebraic, geometric and combinatorial aspects of integrability including quantum groups, cluster algebras, conformal field theory, vertex algebras, special functions etc. integrable probability and asymptotic representation theory
The workshop will be held in honor of Doron Zeilberger's 70th and Amitai Regev's 80th birthdays, and will present recent developments in areas to which they have made lasting contributions. Registration is free but required.
The main aim of ICDEA 2021 - the official meeting of the International Society of Difference Equations (ISDE) - is to bring together highly-reputed mathematicians as well as researchers and students interested in the theory of difference equations and discrete dynamical systems and their applications to science, engineering, economics, and relevant disciplines.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to providing new theoretical insights on stochastic models of interacting chemical species, called stochastic reaction networks. The main goal will be connecting the structure of a reaction network with its long-term dynamics, with particular attention to the problems of convergence, stability and controllability.
Thursday, July 29 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET
July 30, 2021 10:00 am- 12:00 pm EST 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EST Presented by the Big Data Summer Institute in Biostatistics with the University of Michigan
This is a symposium commemorating the superannuation of Professor Gadadhar Misra (IISc Bangalore).
The goal of the conference is to bring together graduate students to share their work, interests, and presence in the flourishing research landscape connecting applications of Geometry and Topology to Data Analysis and Machine Learning. We aim to enhance discussion and collaboration via poster sessions, short presentations, and discussion panels. This is the second edition of the graduate student conference that was first held at OSU in 2019 (https://tgda.osu.edu/gtdaml2019/).
This workshop is aimed at training graduate students and beginning researchers in the area related to Algebraic Groups and representation Theory. This is supposed to be a follow-up to a similar activity held in 2019 where the theory of Reductive Algebraic groups was covered over an algebraically closed field. Here we propose to understand the finite groups of Lie type.
Organiser: Vladimir Matveev Confirmed speakers include: - A. Arsie (University of Toledo) - A. Bolsinov (Loughborough University) - D. Burde (University of Vienna) - A. Konyaev (Moscow State University) - A. Odesski (Brock University) - M. Pavlov (Lebedev Institute, Moscow) - A. Panasyuk (University of Warmia and Mazury) If you would like to participate please send a short email to email@example.com with your name and affiliation.
There has been significant progress over the last few years in the theory and applications of Reinforcement Learning (RL). While RL theory and applications have had a rich history going back several decades, the major recent successes have occurred due to a successful marriage between deep learning approaches for function approximation embedded within a reinforcement learning framework for decision-making (Deep RL). On one hand, there has been a richer understanding of Stochastic Gradient Descent (SGD) for non-convex optimization, its impact in driving training error to zero in deep neural networks, and on the generalization ability of such networks for inference. On the other hand, there has been an explosion of research on iterative learning algorithms with strong statistical guarantees in the settings of reinforcement learning, stochastic approximation and multi-armed bandits.
After the success of last year's camp, we are inviting you to a summer camp on the geometry of stability conditions. The camp takes place in Jasper's garden in the outskirts of Berlin, Germany. We are going to exchange ideas and work on small research questions we are interested in. We would be glad to welcome US residents, since restrictions for travel from the US to Germany were recently lifted entirely. Currently registered participants are from the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. The camp will take place in a relaxed atmosphere and includes an excursion through Berlin. You find more details and impressions on the website. As of writing, we still have 2 spots left!
Professor Mike West from Duke University, who is a foundational researcher and a major reference in the field of Bayesian forecasting and dynamic models will deliver 7 main lectures. Professor Hedibert Lopes from Insper and Professor Raquel Prado from UCSC will deliver 3 main lectures.
Selamat Datang! Welcome to the 9th International Conference on Research and Education in Mathematics (ICREM9) The ICREM is a biennial conference series organised by the Institute for Mathematical Research (INSPEM), Univeristi Putra Malaysia, since its inaugural in 2003. With the joint efforts from our distinguished partners, the ICREM5 and ICREM8 were successfully organised by the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia in 2011 and 2017 respectively. The ICREM6 was successfully organized by the Institute of Mathematics, Vietnam Academy of Science & Technology (IMVAST), Vietnam in 2013. This year, INSPEM with ITB, IMVAST, Thai Nguyen University of Education, Vietnam (TNUE), and Universität der Bundeswehr M\"unchen, Germany (UniBw) are delighted to announce that the 9th International Conference on Research and Education in Mathematics (ICREM9) will be held in the beautiful island of Langkawi, MALAYSIA, from 2 -06 August 2021.
Foundation Professor Yimin Xiao from Michigan State University will lead this conference on the latest developments on random fields from the areas of probability theory, fractals, stochastic partial differential equations, and extreme value theory in a nutshell and present to young researchers and graduate students in probability and related areas.
There will be at least 6 research mini-courses in Geometry. The mini-courses will be of introductory nature and beneficiary to Ph.D. students, Postdocs, and beginners to the area. The focus of the school is around differential geometry and complex algebraic geometry.
The Women in Algebraic Combinatorics Research Community will bring together researchers at all stages of their careers in algebraic combinatorics, from both research and teaching-focused institutions, to work in groups of 4-6, each directed by a leading mathematician. The goals of this program are: to advance the frontiers of cutting-edge algebraic combinatorics, including through explicit computations and experimentation, and to strengthen the community of women working in algebraic combinatorics. Successful applicants will be assigned to a group based on their research interests. The groups will work on open problems in algebraic combinatorics and closely related areas, including representation theory, special functions, and discrete geometry. Several of the proposed projects will extensively involve experimentation and computation, which will increase the likelihood that concrete progress is made over the course of the initial workshop and following 6 months.
The conference aims to cover all aspects of group theory. There will be four Principal Speakers, each giving a minicourse of four lectures, which are intended to be accessible to postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers in all areas of group theory. They are Michel Brion (Institut Fourier, Université Grenoble Alpes), Fanny Kassel (Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques), Denis Osin (Vanderbilt University), and Pham Huu Tiep (Rutgers University). In addition, there will be five plenary lectures, given by Miklos Abert (Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics), Yves de Cornulier (Université Lyon 1), Bettina Eick (Technische Universität Braunschweig), Michael Giudici (University of Western Australia) and Julia Pevtsova (University of Washington). Each delegate will have the option to offer a short contributed talk.
International Conference on Gravitation: Theory and Experiment.
The adoption of D-module techniques has transformed the interface between commutative algebra and algebraic geometry over the last two decades. The discovery of interactions and parallels with the Frobenius morphism has been an impetus for many new results, include new invariants attached to singularities but also D- and F-module based algorithms for computing quantities that used to be unattainable. Our goal for this workshop is to discuss computational aspects and new challenges in singularity theory, focusing on special varieties that arise from group actions, canonical maps, or universal constructions. By bringing together geometers, algebraists, and invariant theorists, we will address problems from multiple perspectives. These will include comparisons of composition chains for D- and F-modules, the impact of group actions on singularity invariants, and the structure of differential operators on singularities in varying characteristics.
The Mid Year School on Analysis, Geometry, and Applications, abbreviated MYSAGA, is an initiative from Analysis and Geometry Group, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). The school is held for master and doctoral students in mathematics, but newly graduated mathematics doctors are also welcome. The focus of the school this year will be on operators on L^p (X), where X can be a Euclidean space or a Lie group. The school will be held in three days, using Zoom, on August 11-13, 2021. Besides the lectures, there will be some slots for 20-minute contributed talks by participants.
The Continuum Jumpstart Course Computational Machine Learning (ML) for Scientists and Engineers is designed to equip you with the knowledge you need to understand, train, and design machine learning algorithms, particularly deep neural networks, and even deploy them on the cloud.
Sponsored by the SIAM Activity Group in Algebraic Geometry.
The topic of the conference, Geometry in the Large, includes global Riemannian Geometry, adjacent areas, and connections to topology, group theory, dynamical systems, etc.
The past decade has seen tremendous progress in understanding the behavior of large random matrices and interacting particle systems. Complementary methods have emerged to prove universality of these behaviors, as well as to probe their precise nature using integrable, or exactly solvable models. This program seeks to reinforce and expand the fruitful interaction at the interface of these areas, as well as to showcase some of the important developments and applications of the past decade.
This workshop will focus on cutting-edge research in random matrices and integrable probability. We will explore connections with other branches of mathematics and applications to sciences and engineering. The workshop will feature presentations by both leading researchers and promising newcomers. We will have a panel discussion of topics relevant to junior researchers, women, and minorities; a poster session for students and recent PhDs; and other social events. This workshop is open to and welcomes all mathematicians.
The introductory workshop aims at providing participants with an overview of some of the recent developments in the topics of the semester, with a particular emphasis on universality and applications. This includes universality for Wigner matrices and band matrices and quantum unique ergodicity, universality for beta ensembles and log/coulomb gases, KPZ universality class, universality in interacting particle systems, the connection between random matrices and number theory.
A challenge for mathematical modeling, from toy dynamical system models to full weather and climate models, is applying data assimilation and dynamical systems techniques to models that exhibit chaos and stochastic variability in the presence of coupled slow and fast modes of variability.
Topics: Algebra, Topology, Geometry and Number Theory, Differential Equations and Applications, Mathematical Education and History, Mathematical Logic and Discrete Mathematics, Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Physics, Probability Theory and Statistics, Financial Mathematics, Real and Complex Analysis
It is our great pleasure to invite you to the 10th International Eurasian Conference on Mathematical Sciences and Applications (IECMSA-2021). Unfortunately, the whole world including our research community has faced an unusual, dangerous challenge connected with the new COVID-19 and one impact of this virus has placed constraints on the ability of researchers to join a face-to-face meeting. As the health and safety of everyone is our priority, IECMSA will proceed with our annual gathering this year through a virtual conference, instead of an in-person event.
The Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference is the country's most important and oldest mathematical gathering where researchers, students, and professors at home and abroad present their latest scientific findings. The first mathematics conference of the country was held by the University of Shiraz in April 1970, the most important of which was the proposal to establish the Iranian Mathematical Society, which coincided with the second mathematical conference of the country at the Sharif University of Technology in April 1971. Since then, the conference has welcomed a large number of scholars at home and abroad each year.
This is the second meeting of a conference series DiffEqApp focused on differential equations and their applications, the first event held in 2017 in Brno, Czech Republic.
9th International Conference on Algebra and Coalgebra in Computer Science
Algebraic and coalgebraic methods and tools are a mainstay of computer science. From data types to development techniques and specification formalisms, both theoreticians and practitioners have benefited from the large body of research proposed and implemented since the pioneering works of the 1960s. CALCO aims to bring together researchers with interests in both foundational and applicative uses of algebra and coalgebra in computer science, traditional as well as emerging ones. CALCO is a high-level, bi-annual conference formed by joining the forces and reputations of CMCS (the International Workshop on Coalgebraic Methods in Computer Science) and WADT (the Workshop on Algebraic Development Techniques). The 9th edition will be held in Salzburg, Austria, colocated with MFPS XXXVII.
Eight International conference on New Trends in the Applications of Differential Equations in Sciences (NTADES 2021) will be held from 6st to 9th September, 2021 in St. Constantin and Helena, Bulgaria. The conference will promote basic research in mathematics leading to new methods and techniques useful for applications of differential equations. It will be devoted to 75th Anniversary of Prof. Petar Popivanov.
The international symposium takes place every 2-3 years and gathers a wide range of top nonlinear analysis researchers and PhD students from around the world. The event consists of plenary lectures and a number of special sessions. During the conference the ceremony of awarding the J.P. Schauder Medal and accompanying special session with invited guest lectures will take place. The medal is awarded by the J.P. Schauder Center for Nonlinear Studies to individuals for outstanding achievements and contribution in the field of Nonlinear Analysis. The previous medal winners are Jean Mawhin (2012), Paul Rabinowitz (2014) and Edward Norman Dancer (2017). The research topics include: topological and variational methods in differential equations and inclusions, quantitative methods and dynamics of partial differential equations, optimization, fixed point theory and applications of nonlinear analysis to real world problems.
8th conference on geometric algebras and their engineering applications such as computer graphics and vision, robotics, artificial intelligence, HW implementations and similar.
The Cape Verde International Days on Mathematics 2021 (CVIM'2021) will take place at University of Cape Verde, Campus de Palmarejo, from September 6th to 10th 2021. The conference is the fourth in the conference series "The Cape Verde International Days on Mathematics" organized by the University of Cape Verde, Cape Verde, and the University of Aveiro, Portugal. The previous meetings were CVIM'2013, CVIM'2015 and CVIM'2017.
Conference on the Numerical Solution of Differential and Differential-Algebraic Equations
Workshops October 4th-8th : Algebraic techniques in cryptography and Industry Day October 25th-29th: Algorithmic challenges of post-quantum cryptography November 29th - Decembre 3rd: Quantum algorithms for algebraic structures
This series of international workshops, promoted by Spanish and Portuguese universities and research centers, intend to promote the exchange of ideas between geometers and physicists. The participation of young researchers is strongly encouraged. As in previous editions, the Workshop will include two mini-courses.
Through a community initiative supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences and the Heads of Departments of Mathematics Sciences, HoDoMS. Endorsed by the Edinburgh Mathematical Society, Royal Statistical Society, the London Mathematical Society and the Operational Research Society, we are delighted to announce that in September 2021 the two-day Induction Course for lecturers new to teaching mathematics and statistics within Higher Education will once again take place.
The IMA Conference on the Mathematics of Robotics aims to bring together researchers working on all areas of robotics which have a signiﬁcant Mathematical content. The idea is to highlight the Mathematical depth and sophistication of techniques applicable to Robotics and to foster cooperation between researchers working in different areas of Robotics. This Conference has been organised in cooperation with the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).
The field of Relativistic Astrophysics has witnessed a major revolution with the historical Nobel-Prize-winning observation of Gravitational Waves (GWs) from a binary black hole merger and the first GW observation of the merger of two neutron stars. The latter was followed by electromagnetic detections from the ground and space, triggering an unprecedented multi-instrument observational campaign. These detections have led to the beginning of GW astronomy and the era of multi-messenger astrophysics. Processing and interpreting the anticipated huge number of forthcoming GW detections will pose a significant challenge and will require close interaction between mathematical modelers, waveform developers, numerical relativists, data analysts, and theoretical and observational astrophysicists. The aim of this program is to connect efforts of the mathematical and physical sciences communities to address new challenges on the understanding of multi-messenger astronomy.
The program opens with several days of tutorials that will provide an introduction to major themes of the entire Mathematical and Computational Challenges in the Era of Gravitational Wave Astronomy program and the four workshops. The goal is to build a foundation for the participants of this program who have diverse scientific backgrounds.
The main aim of this conference is to contribute to the development of mathematical sciences, mathematical education, and their applications and to bring together the members of the mathematics community, interdisciplinary researchers, educators, mathematicians, and statisticians from all over the world. The presentations can be done in English or Turkish. This event will be held on online from September 16-18, 2021 in Ankara / Turkey by MATDER-Association of Mathematicians and in cooperation with Gazi University.
The conference aims to bring together leading scientists and interested researchers and students from all over the world in the field of differential equations and their applications. It will provide a platform for researchers to discuss and share ideas concerning recent developments in the field of differential equations. Also, it offers excellent opportunity to strength the international academic cooperation. The topics of the conference include (but not limited to) 1-Recent developments on the theory of differential equations, including fractional and partial differential equations 2-Numerical methods for differential equations 3-Mathematical modeling of differential equations 4-Control theory 5- Any other topic related to differential equations
This is a conference in number theory and arithmetic geometry specially addressed to female mathematicians working in these areas. However, anybody interested in these topics is kindly invited to attend. Due to the current situation the conference will be in a hybrid format.
STRIVE for MORE (Success Through Rewarding, Inclusive Virtual Experiences for Mathematics: Opportunities in Research and Education) is a virtual workshop to engage undergraduates in highly relevant mathematics tied to applications that address societal needs and encourage them to consider graduate studies and careers in mathematics. Participants learn about cutting edge research from a leading mathematician, engage with graduate students, and participate in panel discussions on research, summer opportunities and pathways to math careers. Applications from students majoring in mathematics or a closely related discipline are welcome. First-generation college students and students from groups underrepresented in mathematics are especially encouraged to apply. The MORE workshop series is a collaboration between Clemson University and Virginia Tech, funded by NSF. STRIVE for MORE 2021 will be held via Zoom on September 25, 2021, 12-5 pm Eastern. See https://www.math.vt.edu/MORE2021.
The first South Central Topology Conference will be held at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, from September 25 to 26, 2021. The conference will feature Anna Marie Bohmann, Vanderbilt University *Philip Hackney, University of Louisiana, Lafayette Kristen Hendricks, Rutgers University Jo Nelson, Rice University *Paul VanKoughnett, Texas A & M University Abigail Ward, MIT (*to be confirmed) along with a math rodeo for students and early-career participants to share their work in 10-15 minute talks. In the event that the conference becomes virtual due to public health concerns, we will send out Zoom information to registered participants. Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions. Organizers: Irina Bobkova (Texas A&M University), Hiro Lee Tanaka (Texas State University), Guangbo Xu (Texas A&M University)
The SIAM Conference on Geometric and Physical Modeling seeks high quality, original research contributions that strive to advance all aspects of geometric and physical modeling, and their application in design, analysis and manufacturing, as well as in biomedical, geophysical, digital entertainment, and other areas.
Organizing Committee: A. Glutsyuk (CNRS - ENS-Lyon), I. Izmestiev (Vienna University of Technology), M. Radnovic (University of Sydney), S. Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University).
The goal of this workshop is to bring together mathematical modelers in general relativity, astrophysicists, and experts in numerical relativity to discuss open issues to improve current approaches to build increasingly more accurate gravitational wave templates that allow to identify future detections.
The University of Florida, in collaboration with the NSF Directorate for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS), is co-sponsoring a workshop for new and future Principal Investigators.
The aim of the conference ICMS-2021 is to bring together Mathematicians both from pure and applied areas and to encourage collaboration and exchange of interdisciplinary ideas among the participants.
L'école a pour but d'initier les doctorants et les jeunes chercheurs à quelques techniques mathématiques modernes pour le traitement théorique et numérique des données, qu'ils soient signal, image, graphes et réseaux ou nuages de points, etc
This workshop will focus on the integrable aspect of random matrix theory and other related probability models such as random tilings, directed polymers, and interacting particle systems. The emphasis is on communicating diverse algebraic structures in these areas which allow the asymptotic analysis possible. Some of such structures are determinantal point processes, Toeplitz and Hankel determinants, Bethe ansatz, Yang-Baxter equation, Karlin-McGregor formula, Macdonald process, and stochastic six vertex model.
ICFAS2021 aims to bring together academicians, researchers and scientists for knowledge sharing in Fundamental and applied sciences areas as follows: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Mathematical applications of Engineering, Statistics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and applications in these areas, Engineering Applications and Multidisciplinary researchers. All abstrascts will be reviewed by 2 referees. Participants can apply with their detailed literature summary about special topics. This works will be considered in the following journals. The ICFAS2021 serves as good platforms for the scientific community members to meet with each other for presenting new researches, exchanging information and discussing current issues. We believe that our future conferences will improve further the development of knowledge in these fields.
The 28th International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists (IMECS 2021) is organized by the International Association of Engineers (IAENG), a non-profit international association for the engineers and the computer scientists. The conference has the focus on the frontier topics in the theoretical and applied engineering and computer science subjects. The IMECS conferences serve as good platforms for our members and the entire engineering community to meet with each other and to exchange ideas. Our IMECS committees have been formed with over three hundred conference committees members who are mainly research center heads, faculty deans, department heads, professors, and research scientists from over 30 countries.
The Department of Applied Science, Rajkiya Engineering College Kannauj (REC Kannauj) proud to organise the First International Conference on Mathematics and Computation (ICMC 2021) with Virtual / Online Presentations during October 22-23, 2021. The aim of the conference ICMC 2021 is to bring together mathematicians and Computational researchers who work in the fields of Mathematics, Data Science and its applications in various fields of science and engineering and to encourage collaboration and exchange of interdisciplinary ideas among the participants.
Research on mathematical and numerical aspects of general relativity link two vibrant fields which have become very influential in the wider mathematics and physics communities. The two fields have many points of contact: Some common goals shared by both rigorous mathematical analysis and numerics include understanding the formation of black holes in gravitational collapse, their non-linear stability, and their interaction with other black holes in binary systems or other scattering processes. The two fields often play complementary roles in applications to astrophysics such as gravitational wave detectors, spacetime singularities, asymptotically anti-de Sitter space-times, and recent activity on inverse problems. This workshop will gather mathematicians, theoretical physicists and numerical analysis developers to discuss these and other issues.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will bring together mathematicians from a variety of backgrounds to discuss a central problem in mirror symmetry: the existence of special Lagrangian submanifolds, and their holomorphic mirrors, stable vector bundles.
The conference "Differential Equations, Mathematical Modeling and Computational Algorithms" will be held in Belgorod, Russia.. The conference will be held online with the possibility of full-time participation in Belgorod on October 25-29, 2021. The meeting aims to ensure participation of world-leading experts in diverse areas of Differential Equations theory and applications. We also plan to attract a significant number of students and young researchers.
DECOP'21 aims to bring together scientists, researchers, scholars and students related to Differential Equations, Control and Optimization to exchange new ideas, to discuss challenging issues, to foster future collaborations and to interact with each other.
As the name indicates, this is a combinatorics conference. There will be six plenary speakers: Brian Alspach, Darryn Bryant, Fan Chung, Marijn Heule, Mateja Sajna and Richard Wilson. Also, the participants are invited to give a 20-minute contributed talk.
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. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest research, share experiences, and interact with Maple developers. The conference will take place online, and will include live presentations and discussions as well as recordings and chatrooms, in order to accommodate time zones. Maplesoft staff will also offer Maple training sessions on a variety of topics during the conference.
This seminar is the seventeenth in a sequence of yearly analysis meetings organized each fall by the Departments of Mathematics at Kansas State University and the University of Kansas. The goal is to provide an opportunity for scientific exchange and cooperation among analysts.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together mathematicians interested in foams and their use in low-dimensional topology, representation theory, categorification, mathematical physics, and combinatorics. The workshop will focus on the foam evaluation formula and its applications. More concretely, we aim to: (a) Give a more intrinsic definition of the foam evaluation, in order, for instance, to find similar formulas for the other Lie types; (b) Understand the interplay between foams and matrix factorizations and further use foams for a unified and comprehensive approach to Khovanov-Rozansky link homology theories; (c) Compare combinatorial foam evaluation with the geometric structures and invariants coming from gauge theory and symplectic geometry; (d) Study potential applications of the foamy definition of link homology theories. This workshop is fully funded by a Simons Foundation Targeted Grant to Institutes.
Longdom Conferences extends our immense pleasure and honored to invite you to attend the "International Conference on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence" scheduled on November 12-13, 2021 in Miami, USA. It is focusing on the theme "Advancements & Innovations in Artificial Intelligence & Robotics" to enhance and explore knowledge among academics and industry personnel dealing with Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, and its related subjects. Our conference agenda is to provide the right stage to present stimulating Keynote talks, plenary sessions, discussion panels, B2B Meetings, poster symposia, young researcher's forum, Video Presentations, and Workshops.
International Conference "Birational Geometry - 2021" ORGANIZERS: HSE Laboratory of Mirror Symmetry and Automorphic Forms Events may be rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please follow our website for the latest information and stay healthy!
The goal of this workshop is to connect statisticians and GW astrophysicists to discuss the current state-of-the-art approaches for parameter estimation in CBC and other GW sources alike and to identify the open issues to improve the status regarding low-latency searches.
Held every other year, the conference and prize honor David Blackwell, the first African-American member of the National Academy of Science, and Richard Tapia, winner of the National Medal of Science in 2010, two seminal figures who inspired a generation of African-American, Native American, and Latino/Latina students to pursue careers in mathematics. The Blackwell-Tapia Prize recognizes a mathematician who has contributed significantly to research in his or her area of expertise, and who has served as a role model for mathematical scientists and students from underrepresented minority groups or has contributed in other significant ways to addressing the problem of under-representation of minorities in math. The conference will include scientific talks, poster presentations, panel discussions, ample opportunities for networking, and the awarding of the Blackwell-Tapia Prize. Participants are invited from all career stages and will represent institutions of all sizes across the country.
The Masamu Program has developed a unique multidisciplinary US-Africa Collaborative Research Network (CRN) consisting of US and African researchers in several areas of mathematical sciences. Members of this network work together with additional collaborators from Canada and Europe. A key component of the Masamu Program is the Masamu Advanced Study Institute (MASI) and Workshop Series in mathematical sciences, held annually in November to provide a platform for the CRN where members meet with early career faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and students to work on research problems and plan for subsequent research activities for the following year. Research groups for the program include Algebra and Geometry; Analysis; Graph Theory; Mathematical Biology; Climate Change and Impacts; Mathematics of Finance and Statistics; and Biostatistics and Data Science. The next MASI Institute and CRN meeting will be held virtually from November 19 - November 28, 2021.
The conference is a celebration of the retirement of Mathematics Professor Priscilla Supnet-Macansantos and a tribute to her scholarship and contributions to public service. The main focus of the conference is on Analysis and applications, and will feature plenary talks and parallel paper presentations on fixed-point theory, mathematical modelling, differential equations and inclusions, functional analysis, complex analysis, dynamical systems, and numerical methods among others. The conference will be held virtually.
This conference is concerned with the theory and the applications of all mathematical sciences. All studies related to pure and applied Mathematics/Mathematics Education are in the scope of the conference topics. Conference Languages are English and Turkish. But Short Abstract and Proceedings must be prepared in English.
This conference is concerned with the theory and the applications of all mathematical sciences. All studies related to pure and applied Mathematics/Mathematics Education are in the scope of the conference topics. Conference Languages are English and Turkish. But Short Abstract and Proceedings must be prepared in English. ICOM-2021 is the 5th edition of the mathematical conference serie, previously ICOM-2020, ICOM-2019, ICOM-2018, ICOME-2017.
We invite you to take part in a Winter Conference of Dynamicists that will take place in Winter Park Ski Resort (Colorado, US) during Dec 1, 2021 - Jan 10, 2022. This venue offers excellent opportunities to maximize informal networking among field leaders and students alike, to drive innovative, intra-disciplinary, and cross-disciplinary discussions and collaborations. The conference will span all topics of dynamical systems theory that help to understand, predict, and control real world processes and models. The final dates of the conference within the above-stated range will be selected based on your Doodle Poll responses (https://doodle.com/poll/kdtsx924d4t4kcib). The expected duration of the conference is 1-2 weeks.
Participants: Macri Emanuele, Sheshmani Artan, Abouzaid Mohammed, Siebert Bernd, Haiden Fabian, Sheridan Nicholas James, Bojko Arkadij, Verjovsky Alberto, Shende Vivek, Takahashi Atsushi, Gukov Sergey, Kontsevich Maxim, Nekrasov Nikita. Because of the complicated situation concerning the spread of COVID-19,the HMS Moscow Fair can be rescheduled. Please follow our website for more information.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to spectral graph theory and its extensions to digraphs and hypergraphs.
"A Rewarding Journey of Connecting Mathematics and Technology to Applications " The ATCM 2021 is an international conference to be held in Pattaya, Thailand, 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. English is the official language of the conference. ATCM averagely attracts 350 participants representing over 30 countries around the world. Be sure to submit your abstracts or full papers in time.
ILMS HSE University, Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS, Miami University, University of Geneva, University of California, Berkeley, Sobolev Institute of Mathematics (NSU), St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of RAS, Kansas State University (USA)
Cryptography and coding theory play an essential role in the provision of effective security and reliability for data communication, processing and storage. This eighteenth International Conference in an established and successful IMA series on the theme of "Cryptography and Coding" encompasses applied aspects of these fields as well as the mathematical theory that underpins them.
Innovative global optimization approaches have attracted many research scientists, decision makers, managers, executives, engineers, academicians, officers, policy makers and practicing researchers in recent years as powerful intelligent computational techniques for solving many complex real-world application problems.
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