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Trimester Program — Prospects of formal mathematics
06 May 2024 - 16 Aug 2024 • Bonn, Germany
Organizer:
Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (HIM)
Abstract:
The goal of this program is to bring together experts of Formal Mathematics, exploit their interactions, foster future collaborations, and interface them better with the mathematical mainstream. At the same time the goal is to provide a platform for junior researchers to enter Formal Mathematics. A central, unifying theme is to break down adoption barriers of formal methods in Mathematics.
Event listing ID:
1585602
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QPL 2024 — 21st International Conference on Quantum Physics and Logic
15 Jul 2024 - 19 Jul 2024 • Buenos Aires, Argentina
Abstract:
The 21st International Conference on Quantum Physics and Logic (QPL 2024) will take place from July 15th to 19th, 2024, at the Instituto de Ciencias de la Computación in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Quantum Physics and Logic is an annual conference that brings together academic and industry researchers working on the mathematical foundations of quantum computation, quantum physics, and related areas. The main focus is on the use of algebraic and categorical structures, formal languages, type systems, semantic methods, as well as other mathematical and computer scientific techniques applicable to the study of physical systems, physical processes, and their composition. Work applying quantum-inspired techniques and structures to other fields, such as linguistics, artificial intelligence, and causality, is also welcome.
Event listing ID:
1592240
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On geometric complexity of Julia sets V
21 Jul 2024 - 26 Jul 2024 • Będlewo, Poland
Organizer:
Banach Center
Event listing ID:
1566401
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ESSLLI 2024 — 35th EUROPEAN SUMMER SCHOOL IN LOGIC, LANGUAGE AND INFORMATION
29 Jul 2024 - 09 Aug 2024 • Leuven, Belgium
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AiML 2024 — 15th International Conference on Advances in Modal Logic
19 Aug 2024 - 23 Aug 2024 • Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer:
AiML 2024 is organized by the Institute of Computer Science of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Arts of Charles University.
Abstract:
Advances in Modal Logic is an initiative aimed at presenting the state of the art in modal logic and its various applications.
Event listing ID:
1617573
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2nd European Summer School on the Philosophy of Mathematics
09 Sep 2024 - 13 Sep 2024 • Vienna, Austria
Organizer:
University of Vienna and the Institute Vienna Circle
Event listing ID:
1617590
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Workshop — Information theory, Boolean functions and lattice problems
18 Nov 2024 - 22 Nov 2024 • Bonn, Germany
Organizer:
The Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (HIM)
Abstract:
This workshop brings together leading experts in Boolean analysis, information theory, and lattices to explore the forefront of these disciplines through the talks and discussions about intriguing open problems, recent resolutions, and the evolution of innovative ideas, approaches, and techniques.
Event listing ID:
1623224
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MATHMODEL — VIII International Scientific Conference “Mathematical Modeling”
11 Dec 2024 - 14 Dec 2024 • Borovets, Bulgaria
Organizer:
Scientific-Technical Union of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract:
The study of the processes in different real systems is limited to their modelling, i.e. their approximate description by creating models of these systems and processes. Systems and processes models are divided into two classes - physical and mathematical. In recent decades, it has become clear that the notion of mathematical modelling refers equally to systems of another nature - social, economic, and others. In other words, the behavior of different systems can be effectively explored using their mathematical models. It is only necessary to properly choose the appropriate mathematical apparatus. On the other hand, the range of mathematical models is extremely wide - from algebra and logic to functional analysis. This means that the regular direct contacts between engineer researchers and specialists from different fields of mathematics are very important for the advancement of science and technology. For professional mathematicians, these contacts will enable them to better target the needs of representatives of other areas of knowledge. And the more contacts there are the better. One of the most interesting problems of modern science is the development of methods and models for research and optimization of different systems. Thus knowledge is presented in a form that can be used. More and more mathematics is becoming the language of innovation and intelligent technologies and the modern industrial society.
Contact:
Scientific-Technical Union of Mechanical Engineering;     Phone: [(+359 2) 987 72 90];     Email: office@mathmodel.eu
Topics:
Basic principles of mathematical modelling, Analogy principle, Model hierarchy, Methodology of mathematical modelling, System analysis, Mathematical modelling in fundamental and applied physics, mechanics, chemistry and biology, Technological processes as objects of automation, Mathematical methods of management, Modelling of smart production technologies and systems, Virtual technologies and simulations, Information and computer technologies, Robotics, Artificial intellect, Radio electronics, Statistical and stochastic models, Neural networks, Situation modelling,
Event listing ID:
1619928
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Set Theory
12 Jan 2025 - 17 Jan 2025 • Oberwolfach, Germany
Topics:
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (MFO, Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics)
Event listing ID:
1605115
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Dagstuhl-Seminar — Weihrauch Complexity: Structuring the Realm of Non-Computability
23 Mar 2025 - 28 Mar 2025 • Schloss Dagstuhl – Wadern, Germany
Organizer:
Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik GmbH
Abstract:
This Dagstuhl Seminar is dedicated to the investigation of two active areas of research, one in theoretical computer science, the other in mathematical logic. These are computable analysis on the one hand, and reverse mathematics and applied computability theory on the other. That there is a deep connection between these areas was first suggested by Gherardi and Marcone (2008) and later independently by Dorais, Dzhafarov, Hirst, Mileti, and Shafer (2016) and Hirschfeldt and Jockusch (2016). The past decade has seen this connection blossom into a rich and productive area of research, with by now many papers and several PhD theses dedicated to it. Results in this area fall into two intertwined groups: Some clarify the structure of the degrees of non-computability; some further our understanding of the precise nature of non-computability of particular computational tasks of interest. Grasping the nature of non-computability is a profound goal mirroring the quest to understand the nature of computation. Knowing the degree of non-computability of a computational task brings with it answers as to whether weaker or approximate versions of it might be solvable. This interdisciplinary development was fostered not least by the two precursor Dagstuhl Seminars on this topic. The current seminar will explore recent trends and results, open questions, and new directions of this fascinating field of research that has become known as Weihrauch complexity.
Event listing ID:
1626704


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