Meetings/Workshops on Analysis in the United States (USA)

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Harmonic Analysis (HA2)
ID
831764
Dates
17 Jan 2017 - 26 May 2017
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
This program will bring together researchers representing the breadth of modern Harmonic Analysis and will seek to capitalize on and continue recent progress in four major directions: -Restriction, Kakeya, and Geometric Incidence Problems -Analysis on Nonhomogeneous Spaces -Weighted Norm Inequalities -Quantitative Rectifiability and Elliptic PDE. Many of these areas draw techniques from or have applications to other fields of mathematics, such as analytic number theory, partial differential equations, combinatorics, and geometric measure theory. In particular, we expect a lively interaction with the concurrent program (see website for more details).
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ORAM 7 — Seventh Ohio River Analysis Meeting
ID
879879
Dates
25 Mar 2017 - 26 Mar 2017
Location
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, United States
Abstract
ORAM is an annual event jointly sponsored by mathematicians at the University of Cincinnati and the University of Kentucky highlighting research in analysis and partial differential equations. ORAM 7 is hosted by the University of Cincinnati. The confirmed invited speakers for ORAM 7 are Alex Iosevich (University of Rochester), Andrea Nahmod (University of Massachusetts), Stefanie Petermichl (University of Toulouse III), Chris Sogge (Johns Hopkins University), and Jeremy Tyson (University of Illinois). There will be 20–25 contributed talks, with priority given to young mathematicians and those from underrepresented groups. Travel support is available through a grant from the National Science Foundation. Please see the website for registration and details.
3.
 
Eastern Illinois Integrated Conference in Geometry, Dynamics, and Topology
ID
881959
Dates
07 Apr 2017 - 09 Apr 2017
Location
Charleston, IL, United States
Abstract
Conference in geometry, dynamics, and topology featuring talks from faculty, graduate students and undergraduates.
Topics
Geometry, dynamics, topology
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AIM workshop — Arithmetic golden gates
ID
815135
Dates
24 Apr 2017 - 28 Apr 2017
Location
American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, Calif, United States
Abstract
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to understanding new developments in unitary approximation, which is a topic at the interface between quantum computing and number theory.
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AIM workshop — Entropy power inequalities
ID
815178
Dates
01 May 2017 - 05 May 2017
Location
American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, Calif, United States
Abstract
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to bringing together researchers from different communities (including probability, functional analysis, information and estimation theory), who study and use forms of Shannon's Entropy Power Inequality (EPI). This result and its many extensions and generalizations have been proved using a number of different approaches, including the de Bruijn identity, optimal transport and minimum mean square estimation (MMSE). Although the EPI is interesting in its own right, it has further significant impact by connecting several important and active research areas, including functional inequalities on Riemannian manifolds, inequalities in convex geometry, entropic versions of results in additive combinatorics and bounding the capacity of communication channels.
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International Conference in Approximation Theory
ID
880939
Dates
08 May 2017 - 11 May 2017
Location
Georgia Southern University, Savannah, United States
Abstract
The conference focuses on recent developments in Analysis, especially in the field of approximation theory.
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Recent Developments in Harmonic Analysis
ID
749107
Dates
15 May 2017 - 19 May 2017
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
Topics for this workshop will be drawn from the main research directions of this conference, including: (1) Restriction, Kakeya, and geometric incidence problems (2) Analysis on nonhomogenous spaces (3) Weighted estimates (4) Quantitative rectifiability and other topics in PDE.
8.
 
AIM workshop — Mathematical questions in wave turbulence theory
ID
815188
Dates
15 May 2017 - 19 May 2017
Location
American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, Calif, United States
Abstract
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to mathematical questions in weak turbulence theory. This branch of equilibrium statistical physics tries to describe the dynamics of nonlinear waves over long time intervals, or in the presence of a random forcing. It was developed mostly by physicists and applied mathematicians in the past century, but very little is known rigorously in this field. It is our aim to advance its mathematical understanding.
9.
 
6th Cornell Conference on Analysis, Probability, and Mathematical Physics on Fractals
ID
881101
Dates
13 Jun 2017 - 17 Jun 2017
Location
Cornell University, Ithaca, United States
Abstract
This triennial conference series, the first event in which took place in 2002 and of which the 2017 meeting will be the sixth installment, is one of the major conferences whose focus is on mathematics on fractal sets. Topics to be discussed range from harmonic analysis to probability, from number theory to stochastic analysis. The long list of keynote speakers at the 2017 conference includes the names of most of the world's leading researchers in the field. Students and junior researchers from underrepresented groups in STEM are particularly encouraged to apply for travel funding.
10.
 
AIM workshop — Topology of the biomolecular world
ID
815153
Dates
24 Jul 2017 - 28 Jul 2017
Location
American Institute of Mathematics, San Jose, Calif, United States
Abstract
This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to topological modeling and analysis of biomolecules. A major feature of life sciences in the 21st century is their transformation from phenomenological and descriptive disciplines to quantitative and predictive ones. Revolutionary opportunities have emerged for mathematically driven advances in biological research. However, the emergence of excessive complexity in self-organizing biological systems poses fundamental challenges to their quantitative description. Dealing with the connectivity and transformation of different components in a space, topology provides a dramatic simplification of biomolecular data and sheds light on drug design, protein folding, organelle function, signaling, gene regulation networks and topology-function relationship.
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11.
 
Summer Northwestern Analysis Program
ID
881401
Dates
24 Jul 2017 - 11 Aug 2017
Location
Northwestern University, Evanston, United States
Abstract
The Summer Northwestern Analysis Program (SNAP) is a three-week summer school in analysis to be held at Northwestern University. It will feature mini-courses on various topics in analysis, aimed at undergraduates, graduate students, and recent PhDs. The theme of SNAP 2017 is Partial Differential Equations. Financial support is available for undergraduates, graduate students, and recent PhDs who are US citizens or US permanent residents. Women mathematicians and members of other under-represented groups are especially encouraged to apply for support.
12.
 
Geometric Functional Analysis and Applications
ID
832160
Dates
14 Aug 2017 - 15 Dec 2017
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
Geometric functional analysis lies at the interface of convex geometry, functional analysis and probability. It has numerous applications ranging from geometry of numbers and random matrices in pure mathematics to geometric tomography and signal processing in engineering and numerical optimization and learning theory in computer science. One of the directions of the program is classical convex geometry, with emphasis on connections with geometric tomography... (see website for more details).
13.
 
Complex High-Dimensional Energy Landscapes Tutorials
ID
881627
Dates
12 Sep 2017 - 15 Sep 2017
Location
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM),, United States
Abstract
The program opens with four days of tutorials that will provide an introduction to major themes of the entire program and the four workshops. The goal is to build a foundation for the participants of this program who have diverse scientific backgrounds. Topics that will be discussed during the tutorials include: Minimization and saddle-point methods, surrogate models, stochastic sampling and rare event simulation techniques, and genetic algorithms. Applications received by Tuesday, July 18, 2017 will receive fullest consideration.
14.
 
Geometric Functional Analysis and Applications
ID
832252
Dates
13 Nov 2017 - 17 Nov 2017
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
This is the main workshop of the program "Geometric functional analysis and applications". It will focus on the main topics of the program. These include: Convex geometry, Asymptotic geometric analysis, Interaction with computer science, Signal processing, Random matrix theory and other aspects of Probability.
15.
 
PD17 — SIAM Conference on Analysis of Partial Differential Equations
ID
881670
Dates
09 Dec 2017 - 12 Dec 2017
Location
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor, Baltimore, M, United States
Abstract
The primary goal of this conference is to bring together scientists and mathematicians working in partial differential equations and related fields. Contemporary challenges raised by recent advances in engineering, industry, and bio-technology, will be confronted with state-of-the-art mathematical and computational tools in PDE. Some of the topics covered in this meeting can be found in the list of themes below. Advanced graduate students and young researchers are encouraged to participate. Limited funding is available for graduate students and recent PhDs.
16.
 
Summer Graduate School: The ∂-Problem in the Twenty-First Century
ID
835280
Dates
11 Jun 2018 - 22 Jun 2018
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
This Summer Graduate School will introduce students to the modern theory of the inhomogeneous Cauchy-Riemann equation, the fundamental partial differential equation of Complex Analysis. This theory uses powerful tools of partial differential equations, differential geometry and functional analysis to obtain a refined understanding of holomorphic functions on complex manifolds. Besides students planning to work in complex analysis, this course will be valuable to those planning to study partial differential equations, complex differential and algebraic geometry, and operator theory. The exposition will be self-contained and the prerequisites will be kept at a minimum.
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Hamiltonian systems, from topology to applications through analysis
ID
832342
Dates
13 Aug 2018 - 14 Dec 2018
Location
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract
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).
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