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The conference will cover, but is not limited to, the main themes: Algebra, Geometry, dynamical symmetries and conservation laws, mathematical physics and applications.
This in particular includes the themes: Deformation theory and quantization, Hom-algebras and n-ary algebraic structures, Hopf algebra, integrable systems and related mathematical structures, jet theory and Weil bundles, Lie theory and applications, noncommutative geometry, Lie algebras, and more.
The conference will focus on the interplay between research in contemporary mathematics and physics concerned with generalizations of the main structures of Lie theory aimed at quantization and discrete and noncommutative extensions of differential calculus and geometry, non-associative structures, actions of groups and semi-groups, noncommutative dynamics, non-commutative geometry and applications in physics and beyond.
The goals of the conference are twofold: on the one hand, to inspire the communication of state-of-the-art research within these flourishing areas and the exchange of ideas between them. On the other hand, to give African postgraduates and researchers the opportunity to get in touch with international experts in order to help them enter one of these fields.
Some funding is available to cover travel and local costs of participants.
Randomness is inherent to models of the physical, biological, and social world. Random topology models are important in a variety of complicated models including quantum gravity and black holes, filaments of dark matter in astronomy, spatial statistics, and morphological models of shapes, as well as models appearing in social media. The probabilistic method, theory of point processes, and ideas from stochastic and integral geometry have been central tools for proofs and efficient algorithms to measure topological quantities, such as Betti numbers of random geometric complexes.
The workshop topics include: random simplicial complexes, topological invariants in Gaussian random fields, and topological aspects of phase transitions, and geometry and topology of hard disks. A major theme of this workshop will center around computational issues and numerical experiments based on existing models and implementations.
This workshop focuses on building bridges - by developing a unified point of view and by emphasizing cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques from geometry, topology and combinatorics. New experimental evidence is crucial to this goal. The workshop emphasizes the computational and algorithmic aspects of the problems in topics including: Concentration of maps and isoperimetry of waists in discrete setting, configuration Space/Test Map scheme and theorems of Tverbeg type, Equipartitions of measures, social choice, van Kampen-Haefliger-Weber theory for maps of simplicial complexes, combinatorics of homotopy colimits, and discrete Morse theory.
Last updated: 10 May 2016