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CIRM is quite a unique place. At the heart of the Parc des Calanques, it is entirely dedicated to welcome researchers from around the world who meet here. The particularity of our center is its residential character. Here, the researcher lives in total immersion with his group. The participants, who are entirely taken care of by Cirm's administrative and residential teams, can focus exclusively on their own scientific projects.
Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
Now is the time to put your research ideas in motion. We are seeking proposals from organizer teams for the 2025 Mathematics Research Communities (MRC) summer research conferences, the centerpiece of the MRC program. Proposals from the full spectrum of interests of the mathematical community are welcome Ś in any area of pure, applied, or interdisciplinary mathematics, as well as in the Business, Entrepreneurship, Government, Industry and Nonprofit arenas. Pre-proposals due Sept. 15, 2023 Full proposals due November 30, 2023
Materials Science Conference 2023 invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 3rd International Conference on Materials Science & Nanotechnology during September 18-19, 2023. we welcome you to participate in this esteemed event.
One of the fundamental questions in neuroscience is to understand how network connectivity shapes neural activity. Over the last 10 years, tremendous progress has been made in collecting neural activity and connectivity data, but theoretical advances have lagged behind. This workshop will focus on identifying mathematical challenges that arise in studying the dynamics of learning, memory, plasticity, decision-making, sequence generation, and central pattern generator circuits. Mathematical ideas and approaches from dynamical systems, statistical mechanics, linear algebra, graph theory, topology, and traditional areas of applied mathematics are all expected to play an important role.
To mark the centenary of the birth of RenÚ Thom, IHES has organized a three-day conference September 20-22, 2023.
We plan to organize an event bringing together the potential theory and approximation theory communities. The focus of the conference will be on recent advances in these two areas, and our goal is to encourage new collaborations, introduce researchers to the methods of the adjacent fields, and stimulate new studies. We hope that this event will incite progress in applied problems from related areas, such as signal and image processing, numerical mathematics, machine learning, and discrepancy theory.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to expanding and enhancing the capabilities of the computer algebra software Macaulay2. The main topics for the workshop are: (1) The structure of infinite resolutions in the non complete intersection case. (2) Efficient computations of ideal quotients and residual intersections. (3) Borel-Weil-Bott theory in characteristic p. (4) Local cohomology, b-functions, Hodge ideals. The workshop will bring together researchers with a solid background in both the theoretical and computational aspects of the proposed topics, with the goal of creating software packages that implement some of the recent findings, and also are suitable to assist with future research. The chosen topics are not disjoint, with many of the prospective participants working in more than one, which will encourage the cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques.
We are delighted to extend our formal invitation to the esteemed Izmir Mathematics Days V event, hosted by Izmir Democracy University Department of Mathematics. This international academic gathering will take place online via Microsoft Teams on September 27-29, 2023. The event aims to provide a platform for graduate students and young researchers to present their work while featuring renowned invited speakers. All accepted papers will be published in the abstract booklet. Join us for this intellectually stimulating occasion where participation is free, and presentations will be conducted in English and Turkish. Visit img.idu.edu.tr for details. Your presence and support are highly appreciated.
The 3rd International Conference on Econometrics and Business Analytics (iCEBA-2023) invites submissions of papers in the fields of Econometrics and Business Analytics (broadly defined) and related areas. iCEBA 2023 will serve as a premier forum to bring together researchers from various areas of econometrics, business analytics and related fields, including economics, finance, computer science, statistics and probability, business, policy analysis, operations research, and others. The conference is organized by the Center of Econometrics and Business Analytics - CEBA (ceba-lab.org) and is hosted by Tashkent State University of Economics (tsue.uz).
ICMET 2023 is expected to bring together experts from around the world, providing opportunities for networking, reflection, and publication in the fields of Mathematics, Education and Technology.
Part of the Long Program Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Quantum Computing
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of free-by-cyclic groups. Free-by-cyclic groups, which are a graphical analogue of fundamental groups of three-manifolds fibering over the circle, are a rich class of groups with interesting and varied properties. The goal of this workshop is to spark interest and build expertise in problems related to free-by-cyclic groups that are motivated by results in the study of fibered three-manifolds.
The WIAF conference highlights recent, excellent developments on automorphic forms in all aspects. It is specially, but not exclusively, addressed to female mathematicians. Registration is without a free but mandatory.
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The conference is centered at the crossroads of Geometry and Partial Differential Equations
The 2nd International Conference on The Evolution of Contemporary Mathematics and their Impact in Science and Technology (ECMI-SciTech 2023) is scheduled to occur on October 11th and 12th, 2023 at Brother Mentouri University of Constantine, Algeria. The primary objective of the conference is to promote constructive collaboration among researchers across the globe who specialize in various fields of pure and applied mathematics, as well as in disciplines where mathematics plays a crucial role.
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This workshop is about the recent MIP*=RE result from quantum computational complexity, and the resulting resolution of the Connes embedding problem from the theory of von Neumann algebras. MIP*=RE connects the disparate areas of computational complexity theory, quantum information, operator algebras, and approximate representation theory.┬áThe aim of this workshop is to bridge this divide, by giving an in-depth exposition of the techniques used in the proof of MIP*=RE, and highlighting perspectives on the MIP*=RE result from operator algebras and approximate representation theory.
This workshop is about the recent MIP*=RE result from quantum computational complexity, and the resulting resolution of the Connes embedding problem from the theory of von Neumann algebras. MIP*=RE connects the disparate areas of computational complexity theory, quantum information, operator algebras, and approximate representation theory.┬áThe aim of this workshop is to bridge this divide, by giving an in-depth exposition of the techniques used in the proof of MIP*=RE, and highlighting perspectives on the MIP*=RE result from operator algebras and approximate representation theory. In particular, this workshop will highlight connections with group stability, something that has not been covered in previous workshops. In addition to increasing understanding of the MIP*=RE proof, we hope that this will open up further applications of the ideas behind MIP*=RE in operator algebras.
This workshop will bring together leading researchers at the interfaces of topology, geometry and neuroscience to take stock of recent work and outline future directions. This includes a focus on topological data analysis (persistent homology and related methods), topological analysis of neural networks and their dynamics, topological decoding of neural activity, evolving topology of dynamic networks (e.g., networks that are changing as a result of learning), and analysis of connectome data. Related topics may include the geometry and topology of deep learning, as well as low-dimensional projections of trained networks.
Workshop II: Mathematical Aspects of Quantum Learning
The 2023 AMS Online Fall Graduate School Fair will be held on October 18, 2023 from 3:30pm-6pm ET / 12:30pm-3pm PT. Registration is free for students and is a requirement for attendance. Follow the link for registration options for both students and graduate program representatives!
MORE is a two-day workshop, funded by NSF, designed to increase the number of females, first-generation undergraduate students, and students from groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM who pursue graduate degrees in mathematics; develop a community for support in continuing education and career goals; and equip participants with strategies that increase retention among those who enter graduate programs in the mathematical sciences. This is achieved through a working workshop format where grad students will lead breakout activity sessions following plenary talks and panels will be designed to demystify the grad school application process and the career path for students who major in some area of mathematics. MORE is a cooperative effort between Clemson University and Virginia Tech.
This workshop will look at the idea of fairness and neutrality in algorithms and decision-making. How it relates to the idea of randomization and how randomization can be employed in the pursuit of neutrality and fairness. The goal is both to bring together state-of-the-art research and explore the implications and limitations of the deployment in the real world.
In this conference, we will celebrate the 60th birthdays of Helena J. Nussenzveig Lopes and Milton C. Lopes Filho focusing on the major contributions of their work in the field of mathematical modeling and rigorous analysis of fluid dynamics problems, particularly incompressible flows with little regularity (non-smooth) and turbulent flows. The program will consist of invited and contributed lectures and a poster session.
The Aim of the Spring School is to bring together researchers and students working in Lie symmetry and related methods applications in differential and difference equations. Topics include but not limited to invariant solutions, optimal systems, Noether symmetries and conservation laws. Recent development in the area will provide the opportunities for future directions of research via active collaboration and discussion.
Mathematics in Science: Perspectives and Prospects A showcase of mathematics in interaction with physics, computer science, biology, and beyond. October 27-28, 2023 Location: Harvard University Science Center Hall D & via Zoom.
Cracking the neural code is one of the longstanding questions in neuroscience. How does the activity of populations of neurons represent stimuli and perform neural computations? Decades of theoretical and experimental work have provided valuable clues about the principles of neural coding, as well as descriptive understandings of various neural codes. This raises a number of mathematical questions touching on algebra, combinatorics, probability, and geometry. This workshop will explore questions that arise from sensory perception and processing in olfactory, auditory, and visual coding, as well as properties of place field codes and grid cell codes, mechanisms for decoding population activity, and the role of noise and correlations. These questions may be tackled with techniques from information theory, mathematical coding theory, combinatorial commutative algebra, hyperplane arrangements, oriented matroids, convex geometry, statistical mechanics, and more.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the creation of a new incarnation of the famous Kirby problem lists. These lists of open problems, dating from the 1970s and 1990s, were highly influential and helped make low-dimensional topology into a dynamic and still-thriving field. During the workshop, experts from a variety of specialties will come together to create a new list of problems that reflects the explosive growth in the field. Participants will work in small groups to create and discuss problems that will provide guidance and direction for a new generation of researchers.
The 19th Prairie Analysis Seminar will be held on November 3-4, 2023, at the campus of Kansas Sate University in Manhattan, Kansas. This seminar is the nineteenth 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.
This workshop continues the long-standing tradition of the UF/FSU Topology and Geometry Meeting. The activities will include a colloquium talk on Friday afternoon and a one-day long workshop on Saturday. The aim of the workshop is to increase collaboration and interactions amongst the faculty and graduate students at University of Florida and Florida State University mathematics departments.
The Field of Dreams Conference is the cornerstone event of the Math Alliance, concentrating on increasing the number of doctorates earned in the quantitative sciences by traditionally excluded American minorities (TEAM). The conference brings together Math Alliance Scholars with mentors and other participants to help provide information about and encouragement for students from these populations to pursue graduate degrees. Many forms of community building take place during the weekend. It is also an opportunity for graduate programs to recruit Math Alliance Scholars, 85% of whom belong to underrepresented U.S. minority groups.
The First Sharjah International Conference on Mathematical Sciences aims to bring together prominent academic scientists and researchers to showcase their latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications across all areas of Mathematical Sciences. The event also provides a platform for researchers to discuss the most recent findings, methods, problems, and challenges in the field of mathematical sciences and offers opportunities for potential future collaborations and joint projects. The program of the conference includes series of talks by well-known scientists from around the world.
The workshop is aimed at exploring core subjects in the field of market and mechanism design, such as the design of non-convex auction markets, the design of matching markets with preferences, algorithmic mechanism design, and learning in games.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of hydrodynamics, which leads to a variety of challenging mathematical issues touching on different areas of mathematics, such as partial differential equations, harmonic analysis, and dynamical systems. Recent developments have shed light on the chaotic behavior observed in turbulent flows, the role of criticality in ill-posedness results, singularity formation in finite time of classical solutions, and the relation between irregularity, instability, and non-uniqueness of solutions. The major focus of the workshop will be on the mathematical investigation of small-scale dynamics in fluid flows, and their role in emerging singularities and turbulent flows, with the objective of developing a rigorous theory consistent with the computational simulations and the observed phenomenology of turbulence.
The sixteenth annual Binghamton University Graduate Combinatorics, Algebra and Topology Conference (BUGCAT Conference) will take place in-person on November 11-12, 2023 at SUNY Binghamton.
The workshop will focus on recent advances in geometric representation theory and moduli spaces, including progress on geometric and categorical Langlands correspondence, the theory of conformal blocks, the geometry of affine flag varieties and Grassmannians, and the related representation theory. The workshop will bring together experts in these areas, with an emphasis on the work of younger mathematicians.
The 2023 Masamu Advanced Study Institute (MASI) and Workshops will be held November 17-26 in Pretoria, South Africa, in conjunction with the 2023 Southern Africa Mathematical Sciences Association (SAMSA) Annual Conference to be held November 21-24, and the 2nd One Health Symposium to be held on November 20, 2023. During the institute, participants will work in teams on research problems and promising techniques and will develop plans for future collaboration. Teams will be led by research faculty members from the US Africa Collaborative Research Network. Participants will be provided materials for them to review before coming to the institute. Each team will work on specific research topics during the institute. In subsequent months, participants will continue to collaboratively work on these research topics, prepare research grant proposals, prepare research publications, and travel to conferences and symposia to present their work.
This SEAMS school brings together experts in numerical analysis and scientific computing to give introductory lectures on recent numerical techniques in solving ordinary and partial differential equations, and their applications. These lectures are intended for graduate students and early-career mathematicians from the Philippines and neighboring countries. The school will be composed of lecture series and hands-on computational exercises.
This Conclave aims to create connectivity and networking among outstanding researchers to harness their knowledge to address the challenges in Mathematics through Research and innovation. This will also help to strengthen the advancement of complementary skills and research competencies of youth drawn from Science, Engineering, and allied disciplines. The conclave endeavors to sharpen one's theoretical knowledge and develop the skills required to formulate and solve problems in these areas. Also, its focus is exploring the new horizons of computational mathematics through recent analytical and numerical developments. Prominent Mathematicians around the globe are expected to share their knowledge and vision. The speakers are outstanding scholars of international repute, winners of the Abel Prize, Steele Prize, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Shri, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award, Infosys Prize, TWAS Prize, etc.
Microbiology & Infectious Diseases Conference 2023 invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 3rd International Conference on Microbiology & Infectious Diseases held on November 27-28, 2023 in Dubai, UAE.
A conference to celebrate two events: the 30th anniversary of the official launch of Magma, and the outstanding contributions of its principal developer, Professor John Cannon, as he reaches a personal milestone.
A mathematical relativity conference held to celebrate the 100th birthday of Yvonne Choquet-Bruhat.
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to building capacity for open-source software supporting mathematics research. In the spirit of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy's declaration of 2023 as the "Year of Open Science", workshop participants will gather to share their knowledge on open-source solutions.
This workshop will focus on the coupled dynamical interaction between fluids and elastic/poroelastic structures, with an emphasis on the most recent and cutting-edge mathematical advances in deterministic and stochastic fluid-structure interaction.
This is the thirteenth annual Tech Topology Conference.
The ATCM 2023 is an international conference that started in Singapore in 1995. We promise ATCM will continue to be instructive and enjoyable as always, and it 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 portable 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 to exchange 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 participants representing over 25 countries around the world. Be sure to submit your abstracts or full papers on time.
The mathematical theory and practice of both cryptography and coding underpins the provision of effective security and reliability for data communication, processing and storage. This nineteenth International Conference in an established and successful IMA series on the theme of "Cryptography and Coding" solicits original research papers on all technical aspects of cryptography and coding.
The International Conference on Computational Modeling and Sustainable Energy (ICCMSE 2023) will be held at Pandit Deendayal Energy University, Gandhinagar,Gujarat, India in collaboration with Necmettin Erbakan University, Konya, Turkiye and Youjiang Medical University for Nationalities, China during December 15-17, 2023. This conference is meant for researchers from academia, industries and R&D organisations from all over the globe whose research is broadly related to Computational Modeling and Sustainable Energy. Some areas covered by the conference, but not limited to, are differential equations, mathematical modeling, simulations, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, fractional differential equations, Fuzzy set and Logic, Sustainable Energy. The conference aims to bring together mathematicians and experts from other diverse fields to deliberate recent progress in Computational Modeling and Sustainable Energy.
This conference is meant for researchers from academia, industries and R&D organisations from all over the globe whose research is broadly related to Computational Modeling and Sustainable Energy. Some areas covered by the conference, but not limited to, are differential equations, mathematical modelling, simulations, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, fractional differential equations, Fuzzy set and Logic, Sustainable Energy.
"Achieving Industrial Revolution 4.0 Through Recent Advancement In Management and Technology". We are glad and honoured to invite you and your organisation to submit research papers and to participate in our upcoming "1st International Conference on Management Technology,Engineering and Design (1st ICoMTED) 2023", will be held on 16-17 December 2023 in the Premiera Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The conference theme is chosen in an effort to help Malaysian corporations and industry to achieve the imperative that has been planned at the national level which aligned with IR4.0 requirements. The adaption of the latest technology and continuous design methods in accomplishing these goals will be exemplified in this conference ant it combines the results of discussion, research and ideas of local and international university researchers and industry to meet the needs of the management, technology, engineering and design in industry today.
The "Institute for Mathematics, Bioinformatics, Information Technology and Computer Science (IMBIC)," India having branches in Sweden and Japan is organising its 17th International Conference on "Mathematical Sciences for Advancement of Science and Technology (MSAST 2023)" during December 21-23, 2023 in Kolkata, India. The conference will be held in Hybrid mode, i.e., participants can attend our conference face-to-face in Kolkata or join through online mode. Many scientists from different parts of India, USA, Canada, Sweden, Germany, France, Japan, Mexico, Egypt, Finland, Australia, Botswana, South Africa, Nigeria, Algeria, Australia, Turkey, Brazil, Korea etc participated in the earlier International Conferences IMBIC.
Every year, India celebrates National Mathematics Day on December 22 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan.The main purpose of this event is to pay tribute to Srinivasa Ramanujan The Great Indian Mathematician for his contribution towards the field of Mathematics.
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