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  • 2024Apr1718
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  • 2024May0610
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    Providence, RI, USA

    ICERM Workshop- Interacting Particle Systems: Analysis, Control, Learning and Computation

    Workshop

    Systems of interacting particles or agents are studied across many scientific disciplines. They are used as effective models in a wide variety of sciences and applications, to represent the dynamics of particles in physics, cells in biology, people in urban mobility studies, but also, more abstractly in the context of mathematics, as sample particles in Monte Carlo simulations or parameters of neural networks in machine learning. This workshop aims at bringing together researchers in analysis, computation, inference, control and applications, to facilitate cross-fertilization and collaborations.

  • 2024May0610
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    Providence, RI, USA

    Interacting Particle Systems: Analysis, Control, Learning and Computation

    Workshop

    Systems of interacting particles or agents are studied across many scientific disciplines. They are used as effective models in a wide variety of sciences and applications, to represent the dynamics of particles in physics, cells in biology, people in urban mobility studies, but also, more abstractly in the context of mathematics, as sample particles in Monte Carlo simulations or parameters of neural networks in machine learning. This workshop aims at bringing together researchers in analysis, computation, inference, control, and applications, to facilitate cross-fertilization and collaborations.

  • 2024May1011
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    Zonguldak, Turkiye

    Karaelmas International Science and Engineering Symposium (KISES 2024)

    Symposium

    The main theme of the Symposium is "Scientific Modelling and Artificial Intelligence Applications''. The KISES 2024 will focus on the following topics: - Mathematical Modeling in Science and Engineering - Computational and Simulation Methods for Real-World Problems - Artificial Intelligence Applications - Cyber Security and Cryptology

  • 2024May12Jul11
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    Naples, Italy

    INdAM Intensive Period on Poisson Geometry and Mathematical Physics

    Intensive Period

    The aim of the Intensive Period is to bring together researchers interested in Poisson geometry in a broad sense and mathematical physics from Italy and from abroad. It also aims at presenting the foundations of the theory as well as its more recent results/ramifications to potentially interested young researchers. There is a limited amount of funds to support young participants (MSc and PhD students, Post-Docs, etc.) interested in attending any of the programmed activities. The Intensive Period is organized in: - a series of Seminars & Workshops comprising: .a Mini-Workshop on Symmetry & Reduction, .a Mini-Workshop on Lie Groupoids. Lie Algebroids & Differentiable Stacks, - Poisson 2024 comprising: .a Summer School on Poisson Geometry, including a thematic afternoon on "Distinguished Women in Mathematics", .an International Conference on Poisson Geometry.

  • 2024May1317
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    Providence, RI, USA

    The Ceresa Cycle in Arithmetic and Geometry

    Workshop

    In the 1980s, Ceresa exhibited one of the first naturally occurring examples of an algebraic cycle, the Ceresa cycle, which is in general homologically trivial but algebraically nontrivial. In the last few years, there has been a renewed interest in the Ceresa cycle, and other cycle classes associated to curves over arithmetically interesting fields, and their interactions with analytic, combinatorial, and arithmetic properties of those curves. We hope to capitalize on this momentum to bring together different communities of arithmetic geometers to fully explore explicit computations around the arithmetic and geometry of cycles when these various approaches are systematically combined.

  • 2024May1317
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    Providence, RI, USA

    The Ceresa Cycle in Arithmetic and Geometry

    Workshop

    In the 1980s, Ceresa exhibited one of the first naturally occurring examples of an algebraic cycle, the Ceresa cycle, which is in general homologically trivial but algebraically nontrivial. In the last few years, there has been a renewed interest in the Ceresa cycle, and other cycle classes associated to curves over arithmetically interesting fields, and their interactions with analytic, combinatorial, and arithmetic properties of those curves. We hope to capitalize on this momentum to bring together different communities of arithmetic geometers to fully explore explicit computations around the arithmetic and geometry of cycles when these various approaches are systematically combined.

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