The mathematical theory and practice of both cryptography and coding underpins the provision of effective security and reliability for data communication, processing and storage. This nineteenth International Conference in an established and successful IMA series on the theme of “Cryptography and Coding” solicits original research papers on all technical aspects of cryptography and coding. Submissions are welcome on any cryptographic or coding-theoretic topic including, but not limited to: • Foundational theory and mathematics; • The design, proposal, and analysis of cryptographic or coding primitives and protocols • Secure implementation and optimisation in hardware or software; and • Applied aspects of cryptography and coding.
- 2023Dec12–14Add to calendar
- 2024Jan08–12Add to calendar
This workshop focuses on connections between higher-order statistics and symmetric tensors, and their applications to machine learning, network science, and other domains. Higher-order statistics refers to the study of correlations between three or more covariates. This is in contrast to the usual mean and covariance, which are based on one and two covariates.
- 2024Jan17–20Add to calendar
The aim of the GFSNP 2024 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 2024 symposium will take place in a hybrid form with Physical and Virtual (Online) participation. GFSNP 2024 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.
- 2024Jan26–27Add to calendar
This is a hands‐on workshop and will introduce delegates to the freely available, open‐source and general‐purpose programming language Python ‐ which is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. Python will be used to enhance the teaching and learning of Mathematics at A‐Level and beyond. Delegates need no prior knowledge of programming to benefit from this workshop. Feedback from 2023 Workshops “Really enjoyed the session. Definitely inspired me to get into doing some Python programming (never used it before although used other languages) and applying this to mathematics problems” “A thoroughly informative and enjoyable course!” “Really good workshop; would love a follow-up workshop to increase the level of challenge.” “Stephen was very clear and knowledgeable” “Looking forward to the TensorFlow workshop in June.” “Thank you very much to Stephen and IMA for organising”
- 2024Jan28–Feb01Add to calendar
The 28th International Conference on Domain Decomposition Methods (DD28), a.k.a. the KAUST Research Conference on Divide, Conquer and Combine Methods in Large-scale Simulation and Analytics, will be held at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, on the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia, from 28 January to 1 February 2024. Targeted participants are mathematicians, computer scientists, and computational scientists and engineers interested in massively parallel computational modeling, simulation, analytics, and learning. The international conferences on domain decomposition methods were originated by the late Roland Glowinski in January 1987 and the previous 27 such meetings are archived with their proceedings at ddm.org. The meeting has evolved beyond its early PDE centricity to large-scale scientific computing generally, with the same emphases on optimal bases, optimal convergence rates with respect to problem size, and optimal parallel scalability. For more and developing information, please visit the conference website at http://dd28.kaust.edu.sa.
- 2024Jan28–Feb01Add to calendar
20th winter school in Dynamical Systems of the DANCE (Dinámica, Atractores y Nolinealidad: Caos y Estabilidad) Spanish network. COURSES: James Meiss (University of Colorado), "Symplectic maps and Transport". Han Peters (University of Amsterdam), "Entropy of complex dynamical systems". Tere M. Seara (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), "Invariant manifolds, their breakdown in near integrable systems through singular perturbation theory. Examples and techniques".
- 2024Feb12–16Add to calendar
This workshop will focus on recent trends in the field of numerical methods for multiphysics problems that include the development of monolithic approaches, structure preserving discretizations, geometrically unfitted methods, data-driven techniques, and modern algebraic methods for the resulting linear and nonlinear discrete systems. The topics of interest include models and discretizations for fluid - elastic structure interaction, non-Newtonian fluids, phase field models for fluid mixtures, bulk-surface coupled problems, and biological flows. The workshop will also address emerging topics in scientific computing such as randomized algorithms, tensor methods, and structured numerical linear algebra methods, with the goal to better understand advances they offer for multiphysics problems.
- 2024Feb20–22Add to calendar
The topics include but are not limited to Financial mathematics, stochastic models, pricing financial derivatives, commodity markets, energy markets, global energy markets, geopolitical risk, climate change, natural resources, energy transition, volatility modeling, high-frequency data analysis, machine learning prediction models, asymmetric structures, and software development with applications, complex networks, big data analytics, nonlinear time series analysis, recurrent neural networks, Stochastic calculus, and Machine Learning with applications to other sciences.
- 2024Mar08–09Add to calendar
This will be a fascinating event which will give participants the opportunity to learn about a wide range of mathematics which has excited their peers. The aim of the conference is to enable final year (and other) undergraduates to give presentations on mathematical topics of their choice. Previous conferences have seen undergraduate speakers from a wide range of universities including Aberdeen, Birkbeck University of London, Cambridge, Exeter, Glasgow, Greenwich, Imperial College London, Leeds, Liverpool, London Met, Open, Oxford, Portsmouth, Royal Holloway, Sheffield, St Andrews, University College London, Warwick and many others.
- 2024Mar11–15Add to calendar
Manifolds endowed with special geometric structures are understood in terms of actions of Lie groups belonging to Berger’s celebrated list. Albeit rooted in differential geometry, these special manifolds exhibit deep relationships with complex and algebraic geometry, global analysis, theoretical physics and symplectic geometry. The meeting will therefore focus on a wide number of topics, including equations of Monge-Ampère type, special holonomy, quaternionic geometry, twistor theory, non-Kähler complex manifolds, harmonic maps, Einstein and soliton metrics, homogeneous spaces, integrable systems, gauge theory, geometric flows, and mathematical string- and M-theory.