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The 6-month program will take place at CIRM Luminy and will include formal events such as a large international conference on Bayesian Statistics in the Big Data Era; an advanced Masterclass in Bayesian Statistics, a workshop on Advanced Bayesian Computation, and some research in pairs session. These will be complemented by a series of informal research meetings with collaborators across Europe and the UK, with an express intention of including joint researchers from Australia, Asia, the USA and South America. This individual research program will benefit from the financial support dedicated to Invitations and from CIRM infrastructure in terms of an all-in-one center.
The interdisciplinary nature of Hamiltonian systems is deeply ingrained in its history. Therefore the program will bring together the communities of mathematicians with the community of practitioners, mainly engineers, physicists, and theoretical chemists who use Hamiltonian systems daily. The program will cover not only the mathematical aspects of Hamiltonian systems but also their applications, mainly in space mechanics, physics and chemistry. The mathematical aspects comprise celestial mechanics, variational methods, relations with PDE, Arnold diffusion and computation. The applications concern celestial mechanics, astrodynamics, motion of satellites, plasma physics, accelerator physics, theoretical chemistry, and atomic physics. The goal of the program is to bring to the forefront both the theoretical aspects and the applications, by making available for applications... (see website for more details).
Semester on 'Bayesian Modelling and Analysis of Big Data Chair > Prof. Kerrie Mengersen Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane Kerrie Mengersen focuses on both methodological and applied statistics, with particular interest in mixture models, hierarchical models and computation, and with a focus on environmental, health and industrial applications.
The theory, algorithms, and software of linear algebra are familiar tools across mathematics, the applied sciences, and engineering. This ubiquity of linear algebra masks a fairly recent growth of nonlinear algebra in mathematics and its applications to other disciplines. The proliferation of nonlinear algebra has been fueled by recent theoretical advances, efficient implementations of core algorithms, and an increased awareness of these tools. The benefits of this nonlinear theory and its tools are manifold. Pushing computational boundaries has led to the development of new mathematical theories, such as homotopy methods for numerical algebraic geometry, tropical geometry and toric deformations, and sums of squares methods for polynomial optimization. This uncovered many concrete nonlinear mathematical objects and questions, many of which are ripe for computer experimentation.
The breathtaking progress in both computer technologies and advanced methods to effectively and efficiently exploit them opens the door for a completely "new kind of science" at the beginning of the 21st century. This paradigm change has been brought about by two waves of innovations. The first wave primarily focused on High Performance Computing (HPC). Simulations and optimizations enable breakthroughs in the fundamental understanding or improvement of processes and systems in various domains of science and engineering. The second wave, which started later, aims at the comprehensive modeling of natural science, engineering, and societal phenomena in a data-driven way, with an even broader impact, also reaching the social sciences and humanities. Data sets from observations, experiments, simulations, imaging, digitization, or social networks as well as business or patient data are collected, processed, and analyzed.
On the occasion of CRM's 50th anniversary in 2018, the Laboratoire de Combinatoire et d'Informatique Mathématique (LaCIM) organizes a month of scientific activities to discuss the state-of-the-art and manifold interconnections between the lively topics that have long been at the core of research at LaCIM: algebraic combinatorics, combinatorial representation theory, Coxeter groups theory, combinatorics of words, discrete geometry, enumerative combinatorics, mathematical computer science and their applications.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together a small selection of recognised experts and younger researchers who are interested in analysis and (non-commutative) geometry on or of fractal structures.
The workshop aims to bring together experts working on elliptic and parabolic equations, singular analysis, geometric aspects of pdes, and applications.
This conference aimed to cover the topics: Ideal class groups of number fields: algebraic, analytic as well as computational aspects, Relative class numbers of number fields, Annihilators of class groups, Class field Theory, Diophantine equations, Elliptic curves and Iwasawa Theory.
This is a main workshop of the program "Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis" and is a companion to the workshop next month (November 26-30). Both workshops will feature current developments pertaining to finite and
infinite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems, with a mix of rigorous theory and applications. A broad range of topics will be included, e.g., existence of and transport about invariant sets (Arnold diffusion, KAM, etc.), techniques for projection/reduction of infinite to finite systems, and the role of topological invariants in applications.
This conference will bring together mathematicians working on topics such as quantization of Hamiltonian manifolds,group valued momentum maps, moduli space problems, branching rules, semiclassical asymptotics,index theory (Atiyah-Singer and Connes-Kasparov). The techniques cover a fairly broad spectrum (K-theory and K-homology, analytical estimates, C*-algebras, representation theory) and the philosophy of geometric quantization will act as a focal point for the interaction between all of these areas. The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for experts working on different aspects of the theory to exchange ideas, leading to fresh insights and new developments.
The Mathematical Sciences Diversity Initiative holds a Modern Math Workshop (MMW) prior to the SACNAS National Conference each year. The 2018 MMW will be hosted by SAMSI at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas on October 10th and 11th, 2018. This workshop is intended to encourage undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhDs from underrepresented minority groups to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and build research and mentoring networks. The Modern Math Workshop is a pre-conference event at the SACNAS National Conference. The MMW includes a keynote lecture, mini-courses, research talks, a question and answer session and a reception.
This workshop scope is to share recent results in Nonlinear Analysis and in particular Calculus of Variations and PDEs. Invited speakers will give a talk in the morning, and the afternoons are dedicated to contributed talks. Registration is free but mandatory.
The Binghamton University Graduate Conference in Algebra and Topology (BUGCAT) is a friendly venue for early career mathematicians, especially graduate students and post-docs in algebra and topology. In addition to attending talks given by keynote speakers, participants are encouraged to present their work, practice giving talks, and network with other mathematicians sharing related research interests.
Bioinformatics 2018 welcomes attendees, presenters, and exhibitors from all over the world to Dubai, UAE. We are delighted to invite you all to attend and register for the "World Congress on Bioinformatics & System Biology" which is going to be held during October 15-16, 2018, Dubai, UAE.
In Quantum Information Theory (QIT) one studies quantum systems consisting of a finite (potentially large) number of elementary systems with a finite-dimensional state space. The most common case is that of systems of qubits, each of which has a two-dimensional state space. The aim is to understand the potential of such systems for the storage and processing of information. QIT is made interesting and essentially different from the classical theory of information and computation (based on the Turing machine) through the existence of entangled states in quantum mechanics.
This workshop will focus on techniques and structures in real algebraic geometry and optimization, including computational tools for semi-algebraic sets, semidefinite programming techniques for polynomial optimization, and applications of these tools to problems in computer vision. Real algebraic geometry provides powerful tools to analyze the behavior of optimization problems, the geometry of feasible sets, and to develop new relaxations for hard non-convex problems. On the other hand, numerical solvers for semidefinite programs have led to new fast algorithms in real algebraic geometry. Algebraic methods over the real numbers are essential for many real-world applications. This workshop aims to explore the cutting edge of techniques in real algebraic geometry and convex optimization as well as applications of these tools to problems in computer vision and other information sciences.
This workshop will bring together developers interested in working on open source projects as part of the Computational Infrastructure for Operations Research (COIN-OR) project that is a community-based initiative to promote the development of open-source software within the mathematical optimization and operations research communities.
Classical HPC applications-usually based on numerically solving sets of ODEs or PDEs-develop towards a data-centric approach. This includes patient-specific simulations in medicine, integrated analytics of experimental and simulation data in plasma physics, learning from simulation data, and many more. We will discuss the question: What are the implications, needs, opportunities, and limitations in this context? For more information and to register and apply, please visit the workshop webpage at www.ipam.ucla.edu/bdcws2.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to bringing together experts in mathematical modeling, medical doctors and statisticians to share their perspectives and expertise with the final goal to develop a mathematical model linking the eye to the body. The eye represents a unique organ where first signs of systemic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension, emerge and may be assessed with non-invasive techniques.
Le Workshop vise à rassembler des mathématiciens issus de la thématique des Equations aux dérivées partielles (EDPs), du Transport optimal de masse ainsi que leurs applications en environnement en traitement des images.
The proposed TOPICS are: - Applied Mathematics in Physics, Engineering, Economics, Medicine, Biology - Algebra and Geometry and their Applications - Differential Equations and Applications - Numerical Analysis
NEAM (the Northeastern Analysis Meeting) is an annual, rotating "Northeastern" analysis conference in October that complements the well established rotating SEAM (Southeastern Analysis Meeting). Plenary Speakers this year include: Martin Bauer (Florida State University) Theo Drivas (Princeton University) Taryn Flock (University of Massachusetts) Sinan Gunturk (New York University) Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester) Mihalis Kolountzakis (University of Crete) Guozhen Lu (University of Connecticut) Gerard Misiolek (University of Notre Dame) Shahaf Nitzan (Georgia Tech) Malabika Pramanik (University of British Columbia) Ami Radunskaya (Pomona University) Avy Soffer (Rutgers New Brunswick) Christopher Sogge (Johns Hopkins University) Additionally, we plan to have nearly fifty contributed talks by participants and a poster session focused on undergraduate and graduate student work. Funding will be available for a limited number of participants
Associate Secretary: Georgia Benkart. Invited Addresses by Elena Fuchs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Andrew Putman, University of Notre Dame; and Charles Smart, University of Chicago.
Precision Medicine and Big Data Conference, will be organized during October 22-23, 2018 at Vancouver, Canada on the theme Accelerating New Research & Innovations in Precision Medicine and Big Data
The international Conference on Applied Physics and Mathematics which will be held in Tokyo, Japan (22-24) October, 2018 addresses key issues that is spine of our emerging economy and impacts our lifestyle. There is an immense opportunity to learn and express the views thorough interactive sessions, poster presentation, and abstract publishing. Eminent Professionals, Scholar and Post Graduate young researcher will share their views and enhance knowledge on broad spectrums of Physics and Mathematics. It will publish the abstracts of the research conducted by the prominent scientist and scholar.
Most scientific fields now face the issue of "big data", ie the influx of massive datasets, potentially with multiple and complex structure and, to deal with this data deluge, the Bayesian approach sounds particularly promising. This masterclass school aims at introducing novel and state-of-the art algorithmic and inferential tools, from advanced algorithms (Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC), synthetic likelihood, indirect inference, noisy and consensus Monte Carlo, Langevin diffusion subsampling, Hamiltonian Monte Carlo, sequential and asynchronous methods) to inference techniques for large data sets (synthetic likelihood, indirect and non-parametric inference, pseudolikelihood, variational approaches, automatic selection of summaries).
This workshop will foster communication and interaction between geoscience researchers and computational scientists to demonstrate the importance of computational methods in understanding and analyzing the real problems arising in a broad array of geosciences applications, such as seismology, topography, hydrology, and remote sensing and identify critical research topics and potential solutions.
A host of new diseases, like HIV/AIDS, BSE, Avian Flu, West Nile Virus and others have appeared on the scene during the last twenty five years and undoubtedly, more will come in the coming years. To tackle these illnesses, the cooperation of modelers, mathematicians, statisticians, computer scientists, and others, and of researchers from the medical community is absolutely essential. Modeling is important because it gives important insight into the method of treatment. In the case of HIV/AIDS, for example, mathematical modeling indicated that a combination of both protease inhibitors and reverse transcriptase inhibitors would be far more effective than any one of these two drugs. The purpose of this conference is to bring all the people working in the area of epidemiology under one roof and encourage mutual interaction. The conference ICMHA'18 is held under the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2018. The WCECS 2018 is organized by IAENG.
International Conference on Recent Advances in Pure and Applied Mathematics is being organized by the Department of Applied Mathematics of Delhi Technological University. The focus of the conference is application of Mathematics in real life. The conference is dedicated to Indian Mathematician Late Professor Niranjan Singh.
The goal of this school is to introduce participants to some of the most recent developments in mathematical theory of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. The presentations will be pedagogical and accesible to junior participants. The school will serve as a preparation for the workshop "Entropic Fluctuation Relations in Mathematics and Physics" that will follow.
The Mediterranean International Conference of Pure&Applied Mathematics and Related Areas (MICOPAM 2018) will be held in Antalya, Turkey, on October 26-29, 2018. The conference is dedicated to the renowned mathematician Professor Gradimir V. Milovanovi\c' on the occasion of his 70th anniversary. Professor Gradimir V. Milovanovi\c', born in Zorunovac, Serbia, 2 January 1948, is one of the the world leading scientists in the field of numerical analysis, approximation theory and special functions, a longtime professor at the University of Ni, Serbia, and a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. This conference welcomes speakers whose talk contents are mainly related to the following two subjects: Pure and Computational and Applied Mathematics & Statistics Mathematical Physics (related to p-adic Analysis, Umbral Algebra and Their Applications)
Associate Secretary: Michel Lapidus. Invited Addresses by Srikanth B. Iyengar, University of Utah; Sarah Witherspoon, Texas A&M University; and Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Howard University.
Statistical mechanics starts as a theory of fluctuations. Its foundations are found in the theory of large deviations. Its development for non-equilibrium purposes requires a fine combination of probabilistic and analytical methods. Moreover mathematical precision is extremely helpful for understanding some subtle conceptual points related to the origin of irreversibility and to the precise properties of entropy (production) functionals. For genuine non-equilibrium situations, the workshop will clarify the mathematical properties of a linear response theory and of the canonical structure of static and dynamical fluctuations. Applications are found in the theory of complex systems, where the mathematical structure of a diversity of problems can be related to the structure of fluctuations and the response. Specific topics include: -discussions on a rigorous fluctuation theory in perturbative order around non-equilibrium and its relationship to the response of the system; -systematic
A conference to celebrate the enduring success of the New York Group Theory Seminar; to honor the memory of long-time seminar leader, Gilbert Baumslag (1933-2014); and to celebrate the 70th birthdays of long-time participants, Benjamin Fine and Tony Gaglione.
The International Conference on Computational Mathematics in Nanoelectronics and Astrophysics (CMNA 2018) aims to bring together leading academicians, scientists, researchers, engineers, and industry partners all over the globe to exchange and share their experiences and research results on various aspects of computational mathematics in nanoelectronics, astrophysics and other related areas of space sciences and engineering. It also aims to stimulate interactions between researchers to present the recent progress and discuss the most advanced innovations, trends, and real-world challenges encountered and solutions embraced in the applications of computational mathematics in nanoelectronics and astrophysics, space sciences.
The Math Alliance will hold it's annual Field of Dreams Conference November 2-4 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.
Associate Secretary: Brian D. Boe. Invited Addresses by Mihalis Dafermos, Princeton University; Jonathan Hauenstein, University of Notre Dame; and Kathryn Mann, Brown University.
The purpose of the conference will be to bring together mathematicians working on Drinfeld moduli spaces and Drinfeld modular forms in the function field setting and those working on modular forms and Shimura varieties in the classical setting to discuss the latest developments in the theories and to inspire each other, through analogy, toward new directions of research.
Advances in machine learning, combinatorial optimization, and other types of mathematics, statistics, and computer science are increasingly being developed to address pressing problems in many disciplines, including systems biology, genomic biology, medicine, and social sciences. HPC enables these methods to scale to large datasets, but real world datasets are also highly heterogeneous. This workshop focuses on applications where the dataset size requires new approaches and can benefit from HPC. These applications are also characterized by multiple types of mathematics and computer science, including combinatorial and graph-theoretic algorithms, so that this workshop is complementary to the second workshop in this long program, which focuses on applications that are typically driven by ODEs and PDEs. This workshop will include a poster session; a request for posters will be sent to registered participants in advance of the workshop.
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University) and Lomonosov Moscow State University organize an International Conference on Partial Differential Equations and Applications in memory of Boris Sternin (1939-2017). Professor Sternin was a renowned mathematician who specialized in topics related to elliptic theory and partial differential equations and authored 17 monographs and over 400 scientific papers. He worked at mathematical research centers in Russia, France, Germany, Sweden, and United Kingdom. The aim of the conference is to bring together leading specialists in the fields to which Prof. B.Yu. Sternin contributed. We also expect his coauthors, coworkers, and friends to take part in the conference.
The event is the 29th Annual Colloquium and Congress of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics (NAMP). It is the gathering of Mathematicians and Physicists that are involved in current, rigorous and meaningful research work. During the event, there will be presentation of papers in various research fields and NAMP Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Vera's Mathematic World invites undergraduate and postgraduate students world-wide to discover and interpret new applications to design based on the proportions proposed in the Metallic Means Family developed by Dr. Vera W de Spinadel. VMW'18 invites all those who understand that the application to design of the proportion System resulting from the Golden Mean, the Silver Mean, the Bronze Mean, the Copper Mean and / or the Nickel Mean helps to create shapes that increase the beauty and harmony of the product. The creations sought may belong to any discipline that is dedicated to design in an inclusive and comprehensive sense as understood by Dr. Spinadel. We use the word Design in its broadest sense, that is, a Design is a project resource that constitutes a basic element in interdisciplinary communication between human beings, be it architectural, graphic, visual or sound, as well as any other simple or combined interaction.
This conference is a celebration of Sergey Fomin's mathematics (and his 60th birthday). See the conference website for more information, including travel support for early career scholars.
The National Conference on Recent Trends in Pure and Applied Mathematics (NCRTPAM-2018) will be held in Easwari Engineering College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India during 9-10th November 2018. The conference looks for significant contributions to all major fields of Pure Mathematics and Applied Mathematics. It is a prestigious event organized with a motivation to provide an excellent national platform for the leading academicians, researchers, industrial participants and budding students around the nation to share their research findings with the global experts. We hope that NCRTPAM-2018 outcome will lead to significant contributions to the knowledge base in these up-to-date scientific developments in various mathematical fields in scope.
The NSF Mathematical Sciences Institutes Diversity Committee hosts the 2018 Blackwell-Tapia Conference and Awards Ceremony. This is the ninth conference since 2000, held every other year, with the location rotating among NSF Mathematics Institutes. The conference and prize honors 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 symposium focuses on the latest advances in stochastic processes and random matrices. The plenary speakers are Jinho Baik, Davar Khoshnevisan, Florence Merlevede, Jim Pitman, Jan Rosinski, and Balint Virag. Travel support is available for junior researchers and poster session participants (see the website for application details).
The Mid Atlantic Analysis meeting with be a three day analysis conference, featuring plenary speakers Philip Gressman (University of Pennsylvania), Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester), Galyna Livshyts (Georgia Institute of Technology), Anna Mazzucato (Pennsylvania State University), Malabika Pramanik (University of British Columbia), and Anna Skripka (University of New Mexico). In addition, there will be contributed talks by participants, a poster session, and a career panel tailored to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. The registration deadline is September 30th, 2018 (if requesting support) and is October 28th (if you are not requesting support). NSF Funding will be available to cover local and travel expenses for a limited number of participants. Presenting undergraduate/graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, early-career faculty, and members of underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. The support is subject to NSF regulations.
Ramanujan Society of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences is going to organise a National Conference on "Fractional Calculus, Special Functions and Their Applications in Computer Science," during November 10 - 12, 2018. The Conference is to bring together eminent Mathematicians, research scholar and students from different parts of the Country. In these three days National Conference young mathematicians and research scholars will be benefited by getting ideas of the recent development in special functions, fractional calculus, computer science and their applications through invited talks/plenary lectures of the senior and eminent mathematicians. The programme covers broad spectrum of topics to the several applications of mathematics in engineering. The main objective of this National conference will be to motivate and create interest in young mathematicians, research scholars and teachers towards special functions, fractional calculus, computer science and their applications.
The spectral theory of complex systems has long been a topic of central interest in mathematical physics. In this context, the study of random and quasi-periodic SchrÃ¶dinger operators reveals the consequences of complex long-range order or the lack thereof. While considerable progress has been made on some issues (e.g., conditions ensuring spectral and dynamical localization), our understanding of many other issues is partial at best. Examples include the issues of dynamical and spectral properties of operators with weak extensive disorder, multiparticle systems and asymptotic spectral properties of finite-volume truncations. One particularly fascinating aspect is the recently realized multifaceted connection to random matrix theory, a connection that is made both through analogy and certain conjectures of âuniversalâ behaviour. This workshop plans to bring together leading researchers in closely related fields of quasi-periodic spectral theory, random spectral theory, and many-b
Applications often pose many algorithmic, computational, and theoretical challenges, and overcoming these challenges has been a driving force behind many recent innovations in nonlinear algebra. This workshop will bring together mathematicians and practitioners with a focus on recently developed methods that have been motivated by solving problems arising in applications. Three key hallmarks of the methods presented are efficient computation of solutions, exploitation of structure, and reformulation of numerically unstable systems. Some of the topics planned for discussion include algebraic cryptanalysis and coding theory, chemical reaction networks, computational biology, computer-aided geometric design, applications of enumerative and tropical geometry, gauge and string theory in physics, and applications to statistics such as probabilistic graphical models and singular learning theory.
The Conference aims to provide a platform for researchers, scientists, academicians and industrial professionals from all over the world to present their innovative research in the field of Mathematical Sciences. The conference will also provide opportunities for the participants to exchange new ideas, share knowledge and experiences to establish research relations and to find global partners for future collaborations. The conference will consist of plenary/ invited lectures, and oral presentations. The event promises a programme of covering the broad range of Mathematical topics. The theme of the conference will cover the major areas of Mathematical sciences such as; Functional Analysis and its Applications, Fluid Dynamics, Fuzzy logic, Topological Vector Spaces and Nonlinear Operator Theory, Best Approximations Theory, Soft Set Theory, Graph Theory, Algebra and many more.
Svetlana Jitomirskaya (UC Irvine) Stay: November 12-16, 2018 Lectures will be held on November 14, 15 and 16, 2018.
The Sixth Abel Conference will honor the 2018 Abel Prize Laureate, Robert Langlands. This workshop will both celebrate the mathematical achievements of the honoree and discuss the thriving and broad landscape of modern mathematics still grappling with the many incarnations of Langlands' functoriality conjectures.
The Current Developments in Mathematics Conference (CDM) is an annual conference hosted by the Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mathematics departments. November 16-17 2018. Confirmed 2018 Speakers: Aaron Brown (University of Chicago). Frank Calegari (University of Chicago). Ben Howard (Boston College). Aleksandr Logunov (Institute of Advanced Studies). Eugenia Malinnikova (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Allan Sly (Princeton University). The conference is free and open to the public but registration is required. Limited funding to help defray travel expenses is available for approved graduate students and recent PhDs. If you are a graduate student or postdoc and would like to apply for support, please register online and/or send an email inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Grad Students submit a letter of recommendation from advisor; early career postdocs may submit a CV. sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Harvard University, and MIT.
This workshop aims to become the annual meeting of the Operator Algebras community in Barcelona. We would like to bring together leading experts and active researchers in the field to disseminate results as well as to set out perspectives for the future. We also plan to foster interactions between Algebra, Geometry and Topology.
This workshop, aimed at graduate students, postdocs, and young researchers, will expose participants to some current research topics on D-modules and Hodge theory. The workshop will have introductory lecture series by Donu Arapura, Mircea Mustata, and Mihnea Popa.
The Takagi Lectures are expository lectures by the finest contemporary mathematicians. The Mathematical Society of Japan (MSJ) inaugurated the Takagi Lectures as prestigious research survey lectures. The Takagi Lectures are the first series of the MSJ official lectures in mathematics to be honored with this respected Japanese mathematician's name. The lectures are intended for a wide range of mathematicians, and are as a rule held twice a year. The Takagi Lectures bear the name of the principal creator of Class Field Theory, Professor Teiji Takagi (1875--1960). In Japan, he is also known as the founder of the Japanese School of modern mathematics. Internationally, he served as one of the first Fields Medal Committee Members in 1936 together with G.D. Birkhoff, É. Cartan, C. Carath\eacute;odory, and F. Severi. The Takagi Lectures are financially supported by the surplus from the ICM, which was held in Kyoto in 1990, with funding provided by MSJ.
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The ATCM 2018 is an international conference to be held in Yogyakarta of Indonesia, 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. Please send in your proposals early for ATCM 2018.
The aim of this conference is to bring together leading researchers and academics in the field of applied mathematics and engineers in order to debate current and interdisciplinary topics in control, fractional calculus, optimization and their applications in engineering science.
International Conference on Special Functions & Applications (ICSFA-2018) is the XVIIth annual meeting of the Society for Special Functions & their Application
The conference is dedicated to corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), member of the European Academy of Sciences, professor L.D. Kudryavtsev on occasion of his 95th anniversary. The conference is supported by the International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation (ISAAC).
This is a main workshop of the program "Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis." It will feature current developments pertaining to finite and infinite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems, with a mix of rigorous theory and applications. A broad range of topics will be included, e.g., existence of and transport about invariant sets (Arnold diffusion, KAM, etc.), techniques for projection/reduction of infinite to finite systems, and the role of topological invariants in applications.
Bayesian methods are now firmly established in the fields of Statistics and Machine Learning and are being increasingly applied to "Big Data". However, there are still gaps in knowledge about the theory, methodology, computation and application of Bayesian methods in this context. This conference will bring together an international and interdisciplinary group of researchers and practitioners to share insights, research, challenges and opportunities in developing and using Bayesian statistics in the Big Data era. The anticipated outcomes include: knowledge transfer, new collaborative networks, new research directions and new statistical tools to address challenging problems in the real world. The themes we aim to cover are Emerging Theory & Methods: Bayesian methodology for big data modelling and analysis; Enabling Computation: Bayesian computation for big data; New Insights: Applications of Bayesian analysis using big data; and Program.
Over the last decade, the data and computing needs of modern enterprise and industry have accelerated to include HPC. In the next decade, these communities will be focused on the challenges associated with the development of extreme-scale computers and the end of Moore's Law. Extreme-scale machines will be of enormous value to a wide range of scientific and commercial applications. However, physical limitations and consumer-driven markets are leading to disruptive changes in computer architectures that will impact the design of future machines. New architectures and system platforms call for new algorithms. They will likely further facilitate integration of data analysis and synthesis with simulation.
The conference is devoted to geometric aspects of dynamics and topology. The themes of the conference include, but are not limited to: 1. Dynamical Systems: Discrete dynamical systems Continuous dynamical systems Iterated function systems Random dynamical systems Symbolic dynamics Group actions Computational methods Complex dynamics 2. Ergodic theory SRB measures Entropy Invariant measures 3. Topology Topological groups Lie groups 4. Applications Biological dynamics Mathematical physics Economic Mechanic
Lecture by Fernando Rodriguez Villegas titled Combinatorics and Geometry Cahit Arf Auditorium, Nov 29 , 2018, 15:40
This is the sixth annual workshop on integrable systems aimed to gather Australian and international scientists.
The Finnish Mathematical Society reaches its 150th anniversary in 2018. This makes it one of the oldest still functioning mathematical societies in the world. To celebrate this milestone the Finnish Mathematical Society organizes a conference with talks from various fields important for Finnish mathematics. The conference "Celebration of mathematics: 150 years of the Finnish Mathematical Society" will be held in Helsinki, November 30 - December 2, 2018. In addition to a number of invited speakers the conference features a panel discussion on the interaction of mathematics and society, bringing together representatives of industry, ministry of education and science community. The conference website is https://www.helsinki.fi/en/conferences/150-years-of-the-finnish-mathematical-so ciety Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions. We are looking forward to hosting you in Helsinki!
The twenty-fifth edition of the Brazilian Algebra School is the largest international Algebra conference held in Brazil. There will be six mini-courses on various topics of Algebra and its applications, eleven plenary talks given by leading researchers, and seven parallel thematic sessions, plus a poster one. Upon availability some funding may be offered to young researchers willing to participate.
Objective: To Inspire And Motivate Researchers And Students Working In The Areas Of Topology And Its Applications Workshop Themes: Topological Dynamical Systems (TDS) Topological Data Analysis (TDA) Invited talks and Contributory papers in the conference: Topological Dynamical Systems General Topology Algebraic Top0logy Differential Topology Fuzzy Topology Topological Dynamical Systems Topological Groups Linear Dynamics Dynamics of Operators Network topology Topological Data Analysis Iterated Function Systems Applications of Topology
The thrust areas of NCMAMM-2018 are 1) Real Analysis, 2) Complex Analysis, 3) Geometric Analysis, 4) Functional Analysis, 5) Topology, 6) Mathematical Models and Computational Methods, 7) Approximation Theory, 8) Astrophysics and Cosmology, 9) Earth Science. Those who wish to present their papers in the conference must send the extended abstract within 500 words, written in English, prepared with MS-Word (New Times Roman, 12 font) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The abstract must contain a self-explanatory title, full name of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. In case of multiple authors, please underline the presenting author. Please mention NCMAMM-2018 Abstract Submission' as the subject of the email. All the submitted extended abstracts will be peer reviewed and only a selected number of papers will be invited for presentation. Last date of receiving the extended abstract is 30 September, 2018. Notification of acceptance will be made by 13 October, 2018.
Speakers: Tara Brendle (University of Glasgow), Juanita Pinzon Caicedo (NC State University), Kevin Kordek (Georgia Tech), Gordana Matic (University of Georgia), Allison Miller (Rice University), Andrew Putman (University of Notre Dame), Sucharit Sarkar (UCLA). There will also be a series of five minute lightning talks. To register, apply for funding, and/or to apply to give a lightning talk, see the web site listed above. This conference is supported by the National Science Foundation.
Since the work of Helmotz followed by that of Hopfield, neuroscience has been a major source of inspiration for artificial intelligence (AI). Indeed, a number of algorithm architectures, notably that of deep learning networks, bare direct resemblance to mechanisms found in the brain.
Data-driven analysis is increasingly on the critical path for performance advantage in many organisations, both public and commercial. This raises continuous challenges for rigorous analysis to derive reliable insights from data at very large scale, often with potential artefacts and sampling bias, adding to change variation. This conference brings together researchers and practitioners to signpost developments in the state-of-the-art and find common ground where theory and practice meet to maximise impact in the digital economy. It is a forum for networking and to showcase the very latest research in a broad range of topics. Each session will feature an invited talk by an expert speaker.
School of Mathematical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia is organizing the International Conference on Mathematical Sciences and Technology 2018 (MathTech2018) with the theme "Innovative Technologies for Mathematics & Mathematics for Technological Innovation". MathTech 2018 will be held from the 10th to the 12th of December 2018, at the Hotel Equatorial Penang, Malaysia. The three-day conference consists of plenary talks, paper presentations, workshops and exhibitions. Papers submitted should be related (but not limited) to the following: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Interdisciplinary Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Operations Research, Statistics and Financial Mathematics. All papers presented at MathTech 2018 will be peer-reviewed and considered for publication in the American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceedings series, indexed in The Conference Proceedings Citation Index Scopus (Elsevier), Inspec, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) and Astrophysics Data System
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the recent progress on Chowla and Sarnak's conjectures on the Liouville function.
The Sobolev Institute of Mathematics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences jointly with Novosibirsk State University are organizing the International School-Conference "Sobolev Readings", which continues a series of conferences dedicated to Sergei L. Sobolev, an outstanding scientist of the 20th century. The conference will be held in Novosibirsk, December 10-16, 2018. This year the School-Conference will be dedicated to the 110th anniversary of the birthday of S.L. Sobolev. The range of topics that are within the scope of the conference includes: partial differential equations, equations of mathematical physics, ordinary differential equations, delay differential equations, operator theory, spectral theory, function spaces, embedding theorems, approximation theory, cubature formulas. The scientific program will include lecture courses, plenary lectures, and short communications. By tradition, one of the lecture courses will be devoted to S.L. Sobolev's article.
The goal of the workshop is to gather applied mathematicians, theoretical chemists and physicists, specialists of mathematical and computational methods in relativistic and non-relativistic quantum chemistry and physics, laser physics, cold-matter physics and Bose-Einstein condensates.
In commemoration of the 110th Anniversary of the birthday of Lev Semenovich Pontryagin (1908 - 1988), an outstanding mathematician of the 20th century, the Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences together with Lomonosov Moscow State University are organizing an international conference "Optimal Control and Differential Games". It is focused on problems of modern mathematical control theory where L.S. Pontryagin was one of the founding fathers.
Dear Sir/Madam, We are pleased to inform you that the Department of Mathematics, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai will be organizing the National Conference on Mathematical Analysis and Computing (NCMAC - 2018) during December 13-14, 2018 at SSN College of Engineering, Chennai. The National Conference on Mathematical Analysis and Computing (NCMAC - 2018) is a premier conference which is being organized during December 13-14, 2018 at SSN College of Engineering, Kalavakkam, Tamil Nadu. It is a prestigious event organized with a motivation to provide an excellent platform for the leading academicians, researchers, industrial participants and budding students to share their research findings with the renowned experts.
Recent advances in Operator Theory and Operator Algebras - 2018 (OTOA-2018) to be held at Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, during December 13-19, 2018. This conference is a continuation of the earlier conferences and workshops on Operator theory and Operator algebras held in Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore. OTOA is a platform to explore and discuss developments, issues and challenges in the fields of Functional analysis, Operator Algebras, Operator theory and related fields. OTOA aims bringing experts and researches from around the world, including postdocs and advanced doctoral students, to share their recent findings related to the above-mentioned research fields. OTOA-2018 will consist of three series of five lectures each given by top experts in the field, a number of invited talks and short contributions. Recent advances in Operator Theory and Operator Algebras (OTOA) encourages and promotes excellence of young mathematicians.
CALL FOR PAPER The International Conference on Mathematical and Computational Sciences ICMCS-2018) is a premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in all areas of Mathematical Sciences and Applications. ICMCS-2018 will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Leading Mathematicians around the world shall deliver Key Note Addresses and Chair sessions. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to: Algebra Algebraic Topology Advanced Calculus Advanced Numerical Methods Artificial Neural Networks Calculus and Trigonometry Complex Analysis Computational Fluid Dynamics Control Theory Differential Topology Differential Geometry
The fourth 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.
An International Conference on Numerical Analysis, Computing and Applications in Science, Engineering & Technology is scheduled from 17 - 20 December 2018 at MCET, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. The event is organized by Department of Mathematics & Science in-cooperation with Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), sponsored by Indian Society for Technical Education and academically supported by Indian Mathematical Society, Indian Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics & Kerala Mathematical Association. Aim is to arrange a platform for all people working on Numerical Analysis, Computing and Applications across the globe to meet, discuss, share ideas, and get an opportunity to interact with each other, establish contacts and explore possibilities for future collaborative works. The program is expected to give a good academic exposure to participants across the globe and motivate young aspirants desirous of working in this highly fertile area of applicable mathematics.
2018 marks the Silver Anniversary of IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing, Data, and Analytics (HiPC). The conference has a history of attracting participation from reputed researchers from all over the world and receives strong industry support from companies operating globally and also established in India. In addition to the two days of industry exhibits, the sponsoring partners to the conference hold industry symposiums to bring together providers and users of HPC in a forum for presenting state-of-the-art in HPC platforms and technologies, for discussing best practices, and for exchanging experiences.
The last four decades have revealed many deep connections between topological quantum field theory (TQFT), low-dimensional topology, and geometric structures on manifolds, particularly hyperbolic geometry. This conference will further explore and strengthen these connections by bringing together a distinguished international group of researchers working in or at the interface of these subjects.
The main objective of the conference is to bring specialized topics in mathematics, statistics, computer science, information technology, cryptology, bioinformatics, nano technology 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 2018 & Secretary, IMBIC; e-mail: email@example.com; website: https://www.isical.ac.in/~avishek_r/
In modern era, Mathematics and its sister subjects like statistics and computer science are playing a key role in progress and development of nations and societies. No branch of knowledge can claim to be divorced from mathematics. Subjects like languages, music, painting, history, sociology, geography, psychology, physical and chemical science, life and environmental science, earth, agriculture and medical sciences have advanced using mathematical sciences. As part of celebrations of Mathematics Day, and Ramanujan's birth anniversary the Dept. of Mathematics is organizing a 3 days (Dec. 22-24, 2018) conference. The purpose of the conference is to provide a platform for teachers and researchers who are involve in exploring and developing Mathematics and mathematical techniques for the development and progress of our nation. The main areas covered in this conference are Nature and Philosophy of Mathematics, Pure & Applicable Mathematics, Computational Mathematics and Soft Computing.
The Calcutta Statistical Association and the Department of Statistics, Calcutta University will jointly host the Tenth International Triennial Calcutta Symposium on Probability and Statistics (Celebrating the Birth Centenary of Prof. H. K. Nandi) between December 27-30, 2018 at the Department of Statistics, Calcutta University, Kolkata, India.
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