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|1.ICERM Semester Program: Phase Transitions and Emergent Properties|
| Dates ||02 Feb 2015 → 08 May 2015 |
| Location||Providence, United States |
| Abstract ||Emergent phenomena are properties of a system of many components which are only evident or even meaningful for the collection as a whole. A typical example is a system of many molecules, whose bulk properties may change from those of a fluid to those of a solid in response to changes in temperature or pressure. The basic mathematical tool for understanding emergent phenomena is the variational principle, most often employed via entropy maximization. The difficulty of analyzing emergent phenomena, however, makes empirical work essential; computations generate conjectures and their results are often our best judge of the truth.
The semester will include three workshops that will concentrate on different aspects of current interest, including unusual settings such as complex networks and quasicrystals, the onset of emergence as small systems grow, and the emergence of structure and shape as limits in probabilistic models. The workshops will (necessarily) bring in researchers in combinatorics and probability as well as statistical physics and related areas. We aim to have experimental contributors for workshops 1 and 2 where we will highlight the comparison between computational and theoretical modeling and the real world. This will be combined with computational modules for the student participants.
| Weblink ||http://icerm.brown.edu/sp-s15|
| Related subject(s) ||Courses and Events for Math Students and Early Career Researchers|
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|2.28th Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing|
| Dates ||15 May 2015 → 17 May 2015 |
| Location||University of South Carolina, Columbia, United States |
| Abstract ||The Cumberland Conference on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing is an annual conference that brings together internationally known researchers, industrial mathematicians and computer scientists, and southeastern university and college professors, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students, to discuss the latest advances in discrete mathematics and computer science. Particular efforts are made to include faculty and students from smaller institutions throughout the region. Each year, a different university in the Cumberland region hosts the conference, usually in the month of May, immediately after the end of the spring semester.|
| Weblink ||http://imi.cas.sc.edu/events/cumberland/|
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|3.The 2015 Midwest Combinatorics Conference|
| Dates ||19 May 2015 → 21 May 2015 |
| Location||University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States |
| Abstract ||The main topic of this NSF RTG supported conference is algebraic combinatorics. There is ample travel support for graduate students and postdocs, who are encouraged to attend.|
| Weblink ||http://www.math.umn.edu/~stant001/MCC2015.html|
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|4.8th International Conference on Lattice Path Combinatorics & Applications|
| Dates ||17 Aug 2015 → 20 Aug 2015 |
| Location||Pomona, California, United States |
| Abstract ||8th International Conference on Lattice Path Combinatorics & Applications. Researchers from all over the world come and present their work relating to lattice path combinatorics. These conferences were originally founded and organized (with loving care) by Sri Gopal Mohanty. For the most part, talks are presented sequentially over a 3-4 day period.
Sometimes tutorial sessions and special workshops are included on the program. Participants include a nice mix of regulars from past conferences and new reseachers who are warmly welcomed as part of the family.|
| Topics ||Conference Topics to be covered include (but are not limited to): • Lattice path enumeration • Plane Partitions • Young tableaux • q-calculus • Orthogonal polynomials • Random walks • Nonparametric statistical inference • Discrete distributions and urn models • Queueing theory • Analysis of algorithms • Graph Theory and Applications • Self-dual codes and unimodular lattices • Bijections between paths and other combinatoric structures|
| Weblink ||http://www.csupomona.edu/~math/CONFERENCE/index.html|
| Contact ||Email: email@example.com|
| Related subject(s) ||Probability and Statistics, Game Theory; Applied Maths: Operational research|
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|5.Algebraic Combinatorics and Applications|
| Dates ||26 Aug 2015 → 30 Aug 2015 |
| Location||Michigan Technological University, Houghton, United States |
| Abstract ||The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers and students interested in algebraic combinatorics and its applications to communications, classical and quantum error-correcting codes, cryptography, information security, computer science, finite geometry, combinatorial designs, graphs, and other related areas, in order to promote new linkages and collaborations.|
| Weblink ||http://www.math.mtu.edu/~tonchev/aca15.htm|
| Related subject(s) ||Algebra|
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