The objective of the HJ2016 conference is to gather researchers working in the theory of Hamilton-Jacobi equations and related topics. This conference is organized by the ANR project HJnet "Hamilton-Jacobi equations on heterogeneous structures and networks". The topics discussed include:
Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations
Theory of viscosity solutions for Hamilton-Jacobi equations
Optimal control and Hamilton-Jacobi equations on networks
Mean Field Games
Homogenization and singular perturbation problems
Applications to traffic
The registration will open on Friday, March 11th 2016 and close on Monday, April 25th. Registration is mandatory for all participants.
Martino Bardi (Universita degli studi di Padova)
Guy Barles (Université François-Rabelais de Tours)
Pierre Cardaliaguet (Université Paris-Dauphine)
Adina Ciomaga (Paris)
Christian Claudel (The University of Texas at Austin)
Rinaldo Colombo (Universita degli studi di Brescia)
Andrea Davini (Universita "La Sapienza" di Roma)
Maurizio Falcone (Universita "La Sapienza" di Roma)
Jérémy Firozaly (École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées)
Giulio Galise (Universita degli studi di Salerno)
Yoshikazu Giga (The University of Tokyo)
Nao Hamamuki (Hokkaido University)
Cristopher Hermosilla (Louisiana State University)
Hitoshi Ishii (Waseda University)
Shigeaki Koike (Tohoku University)
Pierre-Louis Lions (Collège de France)
Claudio Marchi (Universita degli studi di Padova)
Sepideh Mirrahimi (Université Paul Sabatier de Toulouse)
Vinh Duc Nguyen (Cardiff University)
Alessio Porretta (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata)
Panagiotis Souganidis (The University of Chicago)
Erwin Topp Paredes (Universidad de Santiago de Chile)
Maxime Zavidovique (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
The DYNSTOCH network is an international network of researchers on various topics in the inference for stochastic processes. The aim is to bring major contributions to this thema using the tools of modern probability theory including stochastic calculous as well as intensive scientific computing methods.
The focus is on estimation, testing and prediction methods for complex dynamic models such as e.g. diffusions, branching processes ... The problems of interest are for example in modeling and data analysis in finance, turbulence, neuroscience, telecommunication networks, hydrology, and other complex technological systems.
The DYNSTOCH 2016 workshop will be held from Wednesday, June 8th to Friday, June 10th at University Rennes 2 (Campus Villejean, Rennes, France)
The deadline for submission of contributions is May 8th, and the deadline for registration is May 8th.
Welcome to the webpage of the 31st International Workshop on Statistical Modelling (IWSM).
The 31st edition of the IWSM will be held in Rennes (France) from 4 to 8 July 2016, hosted by the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées.
IWSM is one of the major activities of the Statistical Modelling Society, founded with the purpose of promoting and encouraging statistical modelling in its widest sense, involving both academic and professional statisticians and data analysts. Since its first edition, the spirit of the workshop has always been to focus on problems motivated by real life data and on solutions that make novel contributions to the subject.
The atmosphere of the workshop is friendly and supportive, with no parallel sessions, with the aim of stimulating the exchange of ideas and experiences related to statistical modelling. As a sign of positive feedback the IWSMs report many returning participants.
Papers focusing on applications with important substantive implications as well as methodological issues are welcome. Submissions by students and young researchers are particularly encouraged.
New information about the 31st IWSM will be continuously added on this website. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.
Organization board: Sébastien Boucksom, Yann Rollin, Carl Tipler
Scientific board: Claudio Arezzo, Olivier Biquard, Paul Gauduchon, Michael Singer
Kähler geometry is a very active research field, at the crossroads between algebraic and Riemannian geometry. Important breakthrough, that lead to solve the Yau-Tian-Donaldson conjecture in the Fano case, have been achieved recently. A spring school involving mini-lectures and talks around this thread of new ideas in Kähler geometry is organized at Nantes University. The goal of the school is to develop certain technical skills, useful to address a variety of important questions in algebraic geometry and global analysis on manifolds, aimed for PhD students and young researchers. Geometric flows, like the Kähler-Ricci flow for instance, and the associated quantification by the Donaldson dynamical system, will be among the essential tools dealt with during the school.
This summer school will be mainly devoted to three courses by Ivan Corwin and Martin Hairer on Khardar-Parisi-Zhang (KPZ) equation and Peter Friz on rough paths. Several others talks will present the most recent advances on these topics.
Guiding principle in the courses will be to present the theory of rough paths and recent work by Martin Hairer who managed to solve rigorously the KPZ equation using this theory among other ones. In conjunction with recent breakthroughs on the exact statistics of the KPZ equation (the topic of Ivan Corwin's mini-course), these results will likely validate a number of predictions in the physics literature in which this equation is often seen as a universal limit. The method developed by Martin Hairer will also allow progresses on other very singular equations.
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