|XIX Brunel-Bielefeld Workshop|
- Random Matrix Theory and Applications -
Monday, 18 December - Tuesday, 19 December 2023
ZiF - Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University
This workshop marks the continuation of an annual series that began in 2005 at Brunel University in London. Since 2011, it has been alternating between Bielefeld and Brunel.
Random matrices serve as a powerful tool for the statistical analysis of spectral data in various fields, such as physics, mathematics, and beyond. This year's event will explore several applications, including fundamental properties in quantum systems, neural networks, high-dimensional random landscapes, as well as more traditional applications in statistical physics and Coulomb gases.
Deadline for requesting participation is 31 October 2023.
|Reda CHHAIBI (Toulouse)||Aurelia CHENU (Luxembourg)||Tamara GRAVA|
|Tom CLAEYS (Louvain-La-Neuve)||Joakim CRONVALL (Lund)||Alexander MINAKOV (Prague)|
|Marcel NOVAES (Uberlândia)||Pierre MERGNY (Paris)|
|Ivan PARRA (Leuven)||Gregory SCHEHR (Paris)|
|Bernd ROSENOW (Leipzig)||Harriet WALSH (Angers)|
Funded by ZiF and SFB1283 “Taming uncertainty and profiting from randomness and low regularity in analysis, stochastics and their applications".
For information about past events of this workshop series, please visit this page