Time series generation and anomaly detection in high dimensions
Online / RSS London, 16 March 2022
Alex Cox is organising this one-day online workshop in March.
Pólya urns, stochastic approximation and quasi-stationary distributions: new developments
Bath, 11-14 April 2022 (postponed due to the COVID pandemic)
Cécile Mailler and Denis Villemonais are organising this workshop in Bath in spring. Click here to visit the event website.
Branching systems, reaction-diffusion equations and population models
Centre de Recherches Mathématiques, Montreal, 2-13 May 2022
The goal of this workshop will be to discuss recent developments and open questions in fields at the interface of branching systems, reaction-diffusion equations and population models, including: fine asymptotics of front positions for reaction-diffusion equations, genealogies of populations under selection, free-boundary problems and hydrodynamic limits of particle systems, competition and co-operation effects in population models and particle systems with interactions and non-local reaction-diffusion equations. The workshop will include short courses given by Vincent Calvez, Rick Durrett, Lenya Ryzhik and Jason Schweinsberg.
Deterministic Dynamics and Randomness in PDE
Oberwolfach Research Institute for Mathematics, 22-28 May 2022
Further information will appear in due course.
From Dirichlet forms to Wasserstein Geometry
Hausdorff Centre for Mathematics, Germany, 29 August - 2 September 2022
This conference is devoted to developments at the interfaces of stochastics, analysis and geometry that have built powerful, often unexpected links across a variety of fields and have deepened the understanding of the interplay of stochastic dynamics, partial differential equations, and geometric features of the underlying spaces as well as of singular behaviour in stochastic systems.
Organised by Matthias Erbar, Martin Huesmann, Eva Kopfer, Max von Renesse and Hendrik Weber. Click here for the event website.
Analytic and probabilistic combinatorics
Banff International Research Station, Canada, 13-18 November 2022
Combinatorics is a young area in mathematics that has connections to almost all older fields, such as probability theory, analysis, algebra, number theory and geometry. Therefore, combinatorialists try to apply the existing strong theorems of these other fields in their research. However, no combinatorialist can master all the tools of all of these other fields. Our workshop tries to facilitate the learning of these tools by bringing together two separate groups of researchers, those who call themselves Analytic Combinatorialists, and those who call themselves Probabilistic Combinatorialists.
Stochastic reinforcement processes and graphs
Simultaneously in Oberwolfach, Germany and Creswick, Australia, 5-11 March 2023
MATRIX-MFO Tandem workshop organised by Cécile Mailler, Markus Heydenreich, Mark Holmes and Viktor Kleptsyn.