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NetSci2019 — International School and Conference on Network Science
27 May 2019 - 31 May 2019 • Burlington, United States
Abstract:
NetSci2019 is the flagship conference of the Network Science Society. It aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners working in the emerging area of network science. The conference fosters interdisciplinary communication and collaboration in network science research across computer and information sciences, physics, mathematics, statistics, the life sciences, neuroscience, environmental sciences, social sciences, finance and business, arts and design.
Event listing ID:
1198139
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Integrable Probability summer school
27 May 2019 - 08 Jun 2019 • University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
Abstract:
The school is aimed to educate graduate students and young researchers in recent trends around Integrable Probability - a rapidly developing field at the interface of probability / mathematical physics / statistical physics on the one hand, and representation theory / integrable systems on the other. There will be 4 mini-courses: Week 1 - Dmitry Chelkak (École Normale Sup?rieure, Paris, France) - Ole Warnaar (University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia) Week 2 - Tomohiro Sasamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan) - Paul Zinn-Justin (University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia)
Event listing ID:
1172472
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Fifth Annual Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology
01 Jun 2019 - 02 Jun 2019 • Temple University, Philadelphia, United States
Abstract:
The fifth meeting of the Temple University Graduate Student Conference in Algebra, Geometry, & Topology will take place in Philadelphia, PA from June 1-2, 2019. Past conferences have had over 100 graduate students in attendance. Our goal is to expose graduate students to cutting edge research highlighting the beautiful and fruitful interactions between algebra, geometry, and topology. Additionally, this conference provides a forum for more senior students in these areas to both present their work and form research connections both within and across fields.
Event listing ID:
1172504
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Stochastic Spatial Models: an AMS Mathematics Research Communities summer conference
09 Jun 2019 - 15 Jun 2019 • West Greenwich, United States
Abstract:
This collaborative research conference is part of the AMS’s Mathematics Research Communities (MRC) program, which provides opportunities for early-career mathematicians (2 years pre-PhD to 5 years post-PhD) to engage in collaborative research on open problems, develop their professional networks, and benefit from the mentorship of leaders in the field.
Event listing ID:
1145215
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Random and arithmetic structures in topology Summer Graduate School
10 Jun 2019 - 21 Jun 2019 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Event listing ID:
1037907
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REUF — ICERM Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty
17 Jun 2019 - 21 Jun 2019 • ICERM, Brown University, Providence, United States
Abstract:
This workshop, a formal collaboration between ICERM and the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM), is one in a series of annual REUF workshops. These workshops bring together leading research mathematicians and faculty based at primarily undergraduate institutions to investigate open questions in the mathematical sciences and to equip participants with tools to engage in research with undergraduate students. REUF also serves to jump-start faculty who want to re-engage in research or who are considering a change in their research area.
Event listing ID:
1172657
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Biology, Analysis, Geometry, Energies, Links 2019
17 Jun 2019 - 28 Jun 2019 • IMA Minnesota, United States
Abstract:
The [bagel19] program is divided into two events. The first is a week-long summer school for graduate students and early career researchers that emphasizes both the topological study of knots and their applications to other disciplines. This is immediately followed by a workshop that builds on the topics covered in the prior week and features speakers from a broad set of disciplines with connection to knot theory.
Event listing ID:
1171388
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Representation stability Summer Graduate School
24 Jun 2019 - 05 Jul 2019 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract:
This summer school will give an introduction to representation stability, the study of algebraic structural properties and stability phenomena exhibited by sequences of representations of finite or classical groups -- including sequences arising in connection to hyperplane arrangements, configuration spaces, mapping class groups, arithmetic groups, classical representation theory, Deligne categories, and twisted commutative algebras. Representation stability incorporates tools from commutative algebra, category theory, representation theory, algebraic combinatorics, algebraic geometry, and algebraic topology. This workshop will assume minimal prerequisites, and students in varied disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Event listing ID:
1171341
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Penn Summer — Mathematics Academy
07 Jul 2019 - 27 Jul 2019 • Philadelphia, PA, United States
Abstract:
The Mathematics Academy is a unique opportunity for students interested in examining mathematical concepts rarely offered at the high school level. This rigorous, proof-oriented program will fuse lectures, problem sessions, demonstrations, and exploratory research to engage students.
Topics:
Discrete Mathematics, Algebra and Number Theory, Geometry and Topology
Event listing ID:
1159468
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Polynomial Method Summer Graduate School
08 Jul 2019 - 19 Jul 2019 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract:
In the past eight years, a number of longstanding open problems in combinatorics were resolved using a new set of algebraic techniques. In this summer school, we will discuss these new techniques as well as some exciting recent developments.
Event listing ID:
1171400
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Summer Graduate School: Recent topics on well-posedness and stability of incompressible fluid and related topics
22 Jul 2019 - 02 Aug 2019 • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, United States
Abstract:
The purpose of the workshop is to introduce graduate students to fundamental results on the Navier-Stokes and the Euler equations, with special emphasis on the solvability of its initial value problem with rough initial data as well as the large time behavior of a solution. These topics have long research history. However, recent studies clarify the problems from a broad point of view, not only from analysis but also from detailed studies of orbit of the flow.
Event listing ID:
1171475
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WARTHOG 2019: Foundations of Tropical Geometry
29 Jul 2019 - 02 Aug 2019 • University of Oregon at Eugene, OR, United States
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The workshop is intended for graduate students with some postdocs, and will be led by Diane Maclagan and Jeff Giansiracusa. More information can be found on the workshop webpage.
Event listing ID:
1171505
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Summer Northwestern analysis program on semiclassical analysis
29 Jul 2019 - 16 Aug 2019 • Evanston IL, United States
Abstract:
The Summer Northwestern Analysis Program (SNAP 2019) is a three-week summer school in Analysis to be held at Northwestern University as part of the activities of the NSF RTG grant “Analysis on Manifolds”. The summer school is organised in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute. It will feature three weeks of mini-courses of increasing level of specialization, aimed at undergraduate and graduate students and recent PhDs, in various topics in analysis. The theme of SNAP 2019 is Semiclassical Analysis.
Event listing ID:
1212518
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MBI Capstone Conference
04 Aug 2019 - 09 Aug 2019 • Columbus, OH, United States
Abstract:
The MBI Capstone Conference is a student-centered conference featuring talks and posters by students doing research in the mathematical biosciences, keynote talks by prominent mathematical biologists, a graduate studies recruitment event, panels on mathematical biosciences fields of research and career opportunities, and a conference social event.
Event listing ID:
1145053
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Introductory Workshop: Microlocal Analysis
03 Sep 2019 - 06 Sep 2019 • Berkeley, California, United States
Organizer:
Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), Berkeley
Abstract:
This workshop will provide a comprehensive introduction to the field for postdocs and graduate students as well as specialists outside the field, building up from standard facts about the Fourier transform, distributions and basic functional analysis.
Event listing ID:
1170983
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Workshop I — From Passive to Active: Generative and Reinforcement Learning with Physics
23 Sep 2019 - 27 Sep 2019 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
Part of the Long Program Machine Learning for Physics and the Physics of Learning.

The workshop will examine how to plan experiments in order to use information in a cost-optimal way. It will also include the application of these modalities to training complex models, such as deep architectures, and the transfer of these ideas to the generation of physically-relevant complex structures such as chemical structures, molecular structures, scalar or vector fields in fluid dynamics or electrodynamics, proposal steps for Markov chain Monte Carlo of physical systems etc.

Event listing ID:
1170931
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Workshop III: Validation and Guarantees in Learning Physical Models: from Patterns to Governing Equations to Laws of Nature
28 Oct 2019 - 01 Nov 2019 • UCLA, Los Angeles, California, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
Part of the Long Program Machine Learning for Physics and the Physics of Learning.

This workshop will showcase how to employ mathematical aspects of statistical / information theoretic approaches in ML for the discovery of physical laws from data. Offering statistical guarantees along with the learned models is critical in physics and in areas such as aeronautics, climate science, chemistry, biology, and robotics. We will consider model selection, robust statistics, model-free and adaptive learning, and model validation in the context of both static and dynamic models, such as equations of motion.

Event listing ID:
1170880
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2019 Field of Dreams Conference
08 Nov 2019 - 10 Nov 2019 • St. Louis, MO, United States
Organizer:
Department of Mathematics, Purdue University
Abstract:
Each Fall Alliance Scholars, together with their Alliance Mentors, are invited to the Field of Dreams Conference. The Field of Dreams Conference introduces potential graduate students to graduate programs in the mathematical sciences at Alliance schools as well as professional opportunities in these fields. Scholars spend time with faculty mentors from the Alliance schools, get advice on graduate school applications, and attend seminars on graduate school preparation and expectations as well as career seminars.
Event listing ID:
1170948
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Workshop IV: Using Physical Insights for Machine Learning
18 Nov 2019 - 22 Nov 2019 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
Part of the Long Program Machine Learning for Physics and the Physics of Learning.

In this workshop we will explore how to use physical intuition and ideas to design new classes of machine learning (ML) algorithms. Physics-inspired sampling algorithms could be used to train ML structures or sample the hyper-parameter space (e.g. deep Neural Networks). Additionally, physics-based models such as Ising/Potts models or energy-based models have influenced ML inference frameworks such as Markov Random Fields and Restricted Boltzmann Machines, and we want to continue the discussion to facilitate this innovation transfer. Finally, physical insight could be used to enhance learning in the situation of scarce data by enforcing smoothness, differentiability or other physical properties relevant to a given problem.

Event listing ID:
1170939
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Long Program — High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs
09 Mar 2020 - 12 Jun 2020 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
Applications that involve HJ PDEs in a high-dimensional (and possibly infinite-dimensional) setting lead to challenging computational problems. Although a large literature is available on HJ PDEs, many challenges remain both from a mathematical and computational point of view. The program will open with one week of tutorials, presented by some of the main organizers. These tutorials will provide an introduction to the major themes of the entire program and connect the themes of the four workshops. The goal is to introduce a common language and build a foundation for the participants of this program who have diverse scientific backgrounds. During the weeks between workshops, participants in residence will develop collaborations; we expect fruitful discussions especially between domain scientists, algorithm developers and pure and applied mathematicians.
Event listing ID:
1172940
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High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs — Workshop I: High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi Methods in Control and Differential Games
30 Mar 2020 - 03 Apr 2020 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
Ideas to be explored in the workshop include different computational methodologies for efficient real-time solution of nonlinear HJ equations in reachability, optimal control, and differential games. Ideas such as efficient reduced-complexity computation of optimal control solutions, exploiting structure to decompose the solution space to scalable computations and reduced-complexity feedback structures for efficient implementation of optimal controllers based on available data will be considered.
Event listing ID:
1173018
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High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs — Workshop II: PDE and Inverse Problem Methods in Machine Learning
20 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
This workshop will bring together researchers with background in PDEs, Inverse Problems, and Scientific Computing who are already working in machine learning, along with researchers who are interested in these approaches.
Event listing ID:
1172961
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High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs — Workshop III: Mean Field Games and Applications
04 May 2020 - 08 May 2020 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
This week-long workshop on Mean Field Games (MFG) and Applications for has a number of goals: (i) to gather together leading researchers in MFG and certain cognate areas (economics, optimal transportation, finite dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi equations, Stochastic equations, applied control, numerics). (ii) to expose new researchers to the promise of the field and its array of challenges, while grounding them in its basic techniques; (iv) to make available to the wider community a series of broad interest talks on MFG.
Event listing ID:
1172960
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High Dimensional Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs — Workshop IV: Stochastic Analysis Related to Hamilton-Jacobi PDEs
18 May 2020 - 22 May 2020 • Los Angeles, CA, United States
Organizer:
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM), UCLA
Abstract:
In spite of its flexibility, computing nonlinear problems in random media is very expensive. Hence, in practice, it is needed to consider environments which are small random perturbations of periodic ones, and then to obtain some asymptotic expansion for the ergodic constants. Concrete examples of such phenomena that relate to Hamilton-Jacobi equations are large deviations, front propagation and random walks in random media. The latter strengthens the connection with probability.
Event listing ID:
1173003
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MSRI semester — Illustrating mathematics
04 Sep 2020 - 06 Dec 2020 • Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Abstract:
The Illustrating Mathematics program brings together mathematicians, makers, and artists who share a common interest in illustrating mathematical ideas via computational tools.

The program includes week-long workshops in Geometry and Topology, Algebra and Number Theory, and Dynamics and Probability, as well as master courses, seminars, and an art exhibition.

Topics:
moduli spaces of geometric structures, hyperbolic geometry, configuration spaces, sphere eversions, apollonian packings, kleinian groups, sandpiles and tropical geometry, analytic number theory, supercharacters, complex dynamics, billiards, random walks, and Schramm–Loewner evolution
Event listing ID:
1074312

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