This conference focuses on categorification and its applications in representation theory. Categorification is something of an art, where one mathematical object is replaced with another richer, and often categorical, one that often reveals deeper structual properties. Important examples of categorification in representation theory include the geometric categorifications of Ginzburg, Lusztig and Nakajima, which realize quantum groups and their representations in a geometric framework, and Khovanov's categorification of the Jones polynomial, and Elias and Williamson's proof of the Kazhdan-Lusztig positivity conjectures and Soergel's conjectures. This conference brings some of the top experts in this field to discuss recent advances. The conference consists of: A workshop, February 6-10, with three lecture series on different aspects of categorification The main conference, February 13-17.
- 2023Feb05–16Add to calendar
- 2023Feb08–09Add to calendar
The International Group Theory Conference of Iran (IGTC) is a conference that is organized every year. The aim of this conference is to exchange the research ideas amongst the group theorists. In addition, specialists in the subject of group theory can present their latest research works and encourage the interested students to progress and widen their knowledge in group theory. The 15th International Group Theory Conference of Iran will be held Online in the department of Mathematics and computer science, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Iran on 9-10th February 2023. We welcome all group theorist around the world to participant in the conference as speakers and listeners. The conference is free for everyone
- 2023Feb13–17Add to calendar
- 2023Feb17–18Add to calendar
The aim of the GFSNP 2023 symposium is to bring together leading scientists of the pure and applied mathematics and related areas to present their research, to exchange new ideas, to discuss challenging issues, to foster future collaborations and to interact with each other. GFSNP 2023 symposium will take place in a hybrid form with Physical and Virtual (Online) participation. GFSNP 2023 symposium welcomes speakers whose talk or poster contents are mainly related to the following areas: Various fields of Mathematics, Mathematical Physics, Mathematical Chemistry, Mathematical biology, and related areas such as Analysis, Non-linear Analysis, Number Theory, Applied Algebra, p-adic Analysis, Special Functions, q-Analysis, Quantum physics, Probability and Statistics, Engineering and their applications, moment generating functions, generating functions of the special numbers and polynomials and their applications, the family of zeta functions, the family of Dirichlet type L-functions, Generating function for generalized Fisher information measure, matrix models and generating functions associated with mathematical models and stochastic differential equations, Generating function in graph theory, Generating Functions in Engineering and in Applied Sciences, Generating functions involving deviation generating function, survival function generating function, generating functions discusses a large number of applications in various disciplines including algebra, analysis of algorithms, polymer chemistry, combinatorics, graph theory, number theory, reliability, epidemiology, bio-informatics, genetics, management, economics, and statistics.
- 2023Feb19–21Add to calendar
- 2023Mar04–08Add to calendar
We invite you to a Winter School on "Cartan Geometry and Related Topics" in Geilo, Norway (March 5-9, 2023). We will have three main lecturers, Karen Habermann, Ben McKay and Josef Šilhan, and several additional talks. For more information, please see: https://sites.google.com/view/cartan-geometry-geilo2023/ January 15, 2023 is the registration deadline. (Early registrations are appreciated.) The winter school is supported by the project Pure Mathematics in Norway, funded by the Trond Mohn Foundation and Tromsø Research Foundation.
- 2023Mar19–23Add to calendar
The aim of the School is to bring together experts in the fields of Poisson Geometry, Quantum Field Theory and Mathematical Physics for one week, from Monday 20 to Friday 24 of March 2023. In a lively and stimulating atmosphere, we will have the exciting possibility to learn directly from them and discuss in depth some of the most advanced and recent developments concerning the role of Poisson Structures in Quantization.
- 2023Apr25–27Add to calendar
The International conference "Modern Problems of Mathematics and Mechanics" dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the national leader Heydar Aliyev will be held under the organization of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics. The conference is planned to be held on April 26-28, 2023 in Baku. Languages of the conference: Azerbaijani and English.
- 2023Apr26–27Add to calendar
Building on the success of the three previous conferences held in 2017, 2019, and 2021 this conference will aim to draw together the considerable community of researchers and practitioners who use/develop innovative mathematics, relevant to the applications and theory of Operational Research. The conference will showcase activities from across OR, and will welcome both contributions which have a clear application focus as well as those which are theoretically driven.
- 2023May24–25Add to calendar
It is our pleasure to host the First SDE - Stochastic Days Encounters: Stochastic Differential Equations and Statistics in beautiful Lisbon, Portugal, from May 25 to 26, 2023. The primary goal of this event is to bring together researchers in some of the most active and promising areas of research in Stochastic Differential Equations and Statistics, to exchange ideas and to foster future collaborations. Another important goal is to expose academics, young researchers, and post-graduate students to the most recent developments in the above active areas. The meeting will cover a broad range of topics, including theoretical and applied contributions in: Stochastic Differential Equations Stochastic Models Statistics Stochastic Optimal Control Numerical methods Applications