Sydney Random Matrix Theory Workshop
Organized by Australian Mathematical Sciences Institutehttp://ow.ly/pVOxl
01/13/2014 - 01/16/2014
The University of Sydney, Australia
This workshop is on recent and future advances in the analysis, computation and application of random matrices. Random matrix theory is an active and vibrant field with exciting recent theoretical developments in universality, and deep connections with many different areas of mathematics: free probability, integrable systems, orthogonal polynomials and stochastic differential equations.
In the last few years, powerful computational tools have been developed, allowing for a deeper understanding of random matrices. Random matrices are also becoming increasingly important in applications, including statistics and wireless. The workshop will provide a valuable forum for interaction between the many subareas of random matrices.
The workshop aims to bring together experts on a huge variety of random matrc theory topics – computational methods, free probability, Riemann-Hilbert problems and applications.
Confirmed speakers include:
– Prof. Pavel Bleher, IUPUI
– Prof. Dr Folkmar Bornemann, TU Munich
– Dr Tom Claeys, UC Louvain
– A/Prof. Ioana Dumitriu, U Washington
– Prof. Alan Edelman, MIT
– Prof. Alexander Its, IUPUI
– Prof. Arno Kuijlaars, KU Leuven
– Prof. Kenneth McLaughlin, University of Arizona
– Prof. Peter Miller, University of Michigan
– Dr Tom Trogdon, NYU
– Assist./Prof. Raj Rao Nadakuditi, University of Michigan
– Dr Nicholas Witte, University of Melbourne
The workshop will be open to all, with student attendance strongly encouraged, and will provide a valuable opportunity for world class researchers in random matrix theory to interact with Australian academics. It will also help to establish Australia as a major hub for research in this exciting field.
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