EMSchool'2001 Summer school surveying recent progress in the asymptotic theory of Young tableaux and random matrices from the point of view of combinatorics, representation theory, and the theory of integrable systems. Saint Petersburg, Russia; July 922, 2001. http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/2001/emschool/index.html
Extractions: European Mathematical Society (EMS) Short description: The summer school aims to observe the recent progress in the asymptotic theory of Young tableaux and random matrices from the point of view of combinatorics, representation theory and theory of integrable systems. The systematic courses on the subjects and current investigations will be presented. V.Kazakov (Paris, ENS) A.Lodkin (St.Petersburg)
Q-CONF Southeastern combinatorics Conference The ThirtySecond Southeastern International Conference on combinatorics, GraphTheory and Computing was held in Baton Rouge from February 26 until March 2 http://www.math.ufl.edu/~frank/qmiftconf.html
Extractions: NUMBER THEORY AND COMBINATORICS IN PHYSICS TRAVEL INFORMATION WEATHER ACCOMMODATIONS MAPS ... PHOTOS The aim of the conference is bring mathematicians and physicists together working in the topics below, to discuss, learn and communicate different view-points. Provisional list of topics [Click on speaker's name to view title and abstract and slides (if available)] George E. Andrews
Prof. W.T. Gowers, FRS Analysis, combinatorics, number theory. Fields medal 1998. http://www.dpmms.cam.ac.uk/site2002/People/gowers_wt.html
Extractions: home committees invited speakers program ... accomodation Organization: Department of Industrial Engineering , University of Chile Department of Mathematical Engineering , University of Chile Sponsored by: Millennium Science Nucleus "Complex Engineering Systems", Chile Millennium Science Nucleus "Information and Randomness", Chile Centre for Mathematical Modeling, University of Chile About the Conference: This meeting is a forum for researchers and practitioners working on various aspects of combinatorial optimization, integer programming, linear programming and graph theory. It will be held in the Centre for Mathematical Modeling, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile. The official language will be English.
Computational Harmonic Analysis Graph Theory, combinatorics and Computing in conjunction with the 16th Annual Shanks Lectures. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee; May 2124, 2001. http://www.math.vanderbilt.edu/~shanks/
DAC Team Dynamics, Arithmetic, combinatorics. Site in French and English. http://iml.univ-mrs.fr:80/dac/welcome.html
Extractions: The aim of the conference is to bring together leading researchers from mathematical theory (including related computer science) and its applications in chemistry and physics in order to stimulate fruitful interdisciplinary discussions and to generate an impact regarding future research in this area. Topics to be presented:
Homepage Of Ostap Hryniv University of Cambridge Statistical Laboratory. Research interests Mathematical problems of phase separation, probability theory, combinatorics. http://www.statslab.cam.ac.uk/~ostap/
FOATAFEST In honor of Dominique Foata's 65th birthday. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA; 79 July 2000. http://math.colgate.edu/~aaron/foata.html
Extractions: July 7-9, 2000 Participants Poster Schedule of Speakers Expense Report Info ... Dominique's Doctorate Directions Proceedings Information : All participants (both speakers and non-speakers) are cordially invited to contribute to the refereed proceedings for "Classical Combinatorics" which will be published as a special issue of Advances in Applied Mathematics. Please send your contribution to Joseph Kung at kung@unt.edu. The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 1, 2001. The term Classical Combinatorics , coined by Dominique Foata, is roughly the combinatorial analog of Classical Analysis. Today it is better know as Enumerative and Algebraic Combinatorics. One of the fastest growing areas of modern mathematics, it touches upon many areas of mathematics and science. This conference will emphasize the more classical aspects of enumerative combinatorics, like permutation statistics, tableaux, q-series, words, combinatorial special function theory, commutation monoids, and related subjects, as well as their relation to computer science, physics, and statistics. Organized by: George Andrews, Richard A. Askey, Aaron Robertson (co-chair), Herbert S. Wilf, and Doron Zeilberger (co-chair).
Extractions: Retrospective in Combinatorics Honoring Stanley's 60th birthday (MIT, June 22-26, 2004) DRW2003: Scope of the conference Scientific committee Cyril Banderier , CNRS, LIPN, Université de Paris-Nord (Villetaneuse, France) Mireille Bousquet-Mélou , CNRS, LaBRI, Université de Bordeaux 1 (Talence, France) Ira Gessel , Brandeis University (USA) Christian Krattenthaler Didier Piau , LaPCS, Université Claude Bernard Lyon-I (Lyon, France) Philippe Robert , INRIA (Rocquencourt, France)
Kleitman Combinatorics Conference Conference in Honor of Daniel J. Kleitman's 65th Birthday. MIT, Cambridge, MA; 1618 August 1999. http://www.math.uiuc.edu/~west/kcc.html
Department Of Mathematics, IIT Bombay Department of Mathematics. Courses at B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc and Ph.D level. Research areas Algebra and combinatorics; Theoretical Computer Science; Analysis Functional and Numerical Analysis; Topology and Geometry; Numerical Analysis; Mechanics of Fluids; Mechanics of Solids; Statistics. http://www.math.iitb.ac.in/
CAMS - Home Page Laboratory of the C.N.R.S. researching in combinatorics, Graph Theory, Partial Orders, Spatial Representations, Language Structure and Dynamic Systems. http://www.ehess.fr/centres/cams
Comb01 The Conference concentrates mainly on four areas Algebraic, Algorithmic, geometric and probabilistic combinatorics, including their applications to other areas of mathematics, computer science and engineering. Barcelona, Spain; September 1215, 2001. http://www-mat.upc.es/limda/comb01/
Alex Suciu Northeastern University, Boston. Topology and combinatorics hyperplane arrangements, the topology and geometry of manifolds, the homology of discrete groups, the homotopy theory of highdimensional knots. http://www.math.neu.edu/~suciu/
Extractions: I hail from Bucharest, Romania. I did my undergraduate studies in Mathematics at the University of Bucharest ; here is a picture from those days. For my graduate studies, I went to Columbia University, in New York City; here is a picture from that time (taken in Cambridge, UK). After a J.W. Gibbs Instructorship at Yale University , in New Haven, I came to Northeastern University, in Boston, where I've been ever since. Math publications Other publications Citations Meetings organized ... Talks My research interests are in Topology , and how it relates to Algebra, Geometry, and Combinatorics. I mainly study the topology and combinatorics of hyperplane arrangements. I also study various problems concerning the topology and geometry of knots, links, and manifolds, and the homology and lower central series of discrete groups. Some recent papers and preprints: Torsion in Milnor fiber homology (with Dan Cohen and Graham Denham Algebraic and Geometric Topology Chen Lie algebras (with Stefan Papadima International Math. Research Notices
Colloquium On Combinatorics 2001 Technical University Braunschweig, Germany; 1617 November 2001. Online registration. http://www.mathematik.tu-bs.de/dm/kk2001/
Extractions: Topology, Geometry and Combinatorics Research Interests Seminars Staff Members Postgraduate Opportunities The Topology, Geometry and Combinatorics Group plays a major role in the Department's research activities. We have an international network of colleagues and collaborators, with whom we often exchange visits in order to further our programmes. We share the weekly Manchester Geometry Seminar with out neighbours at UMIST, and have other links through the Transpennine Topology Triangle . We also organise occasional seminars of a more specialised nature. We offer supervision in many projects leading to a postgraduate degree, within the framework of the Department's overall postgraduate program TOPOLOGY is often referred to as "rubber sheet geometry", and is one of the largest and most important areas of mathematics developed this century. Increasingly, it is being applied in fields such as algebra, geometry, and dynamics, and in other disciplines such as computer science, economics, and theoretical physics. GEOMETRY itself is a much older subject, but modern research is no less exciting, and has links with almost every other branch of mathematics. For example, the infamous "travelling saleperson problem" is based on the geometry of polytopes, yet involves ultramodern theories of computational complexity. COMBINATORICS is basically the study of structures associated to finite sets, and underpins much of theoretical computer science. Nevertheless, its methods are assuming increasing importance wherever complicated algebraic or geometric problems arise, and are becoming an indispensable part of the modern mathematician's toolkit.
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