Integrability and Randomness in Mathematical Physics and Geometry
Date: 8 - 12 April 2019
Location: CIRM, Luminy
Event type: Conference
Organisers: Alexander Bufetov (Marseille), Mattia Cafasso (Angers), Tamara Grava (SISSA and Bristol), Ken McLaughlin (Colorado State), Estelle Basor (AIM)
The past decade has seen rapid developments in various areas of mathematics related to integrability and randomness. This conference will include contributions from researchers working in determinantal point processes, ensembles and discrete generalizations, integrable probability theory, random matrix theory, including invariant ensembles and banded random matrices, non-linear dynamical systems with randomness (particularly random initial data), and applications of topological expansions and loop equations.
These subjects employ an extremely wide variety of dierent methods, and the organizers anticipate a useful exchange of ideas and the creation of new exciting mathematics from this gathering. The conference includes not only internationally renowned leading experts, but also a large collection of early career mathematicians, which will promote research in this area of science in future generations. For PhD students, the conference will also serve as an entry point into professional networks.
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