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Upcoming Hot Topics Workshops

  1. Hot Topics: Recent Progress in Deterministic and Stochastic Fluid-Structure Interaction

    Organizers: Martina Bukac (University of Notre Dame), Suncica Canic (University of California, Berkeley), LEAD Jeffrey Kuan (University of Maryland), Justin Webster (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
    Blood flow and structure displacement in an Aortic Abdominal Aneurysm

    This workshop will focus on the coupled dynamical interaction between fluids and elastic/poroelastic structures, with an emphasis on the most recent and cutting-edge mathematical advances in deterministic and stochastic fluid-structure interaction. The goal of this workshop is to bring together a diverse group of mathematicians in the fields of analysis, modeling, numerics, stochastics, and real-world applications in order to showcase an interdisciplinary approach to the study of coupled fluid-structure systems. A major component of this workshop will be to encourage active participation of early career researchers, such as graduate students and postdocs, and foster synergistic collaboration with established leaders in the field.

    Updated on Dec 01, 2023 11:49 AM PST
  2. Hot Topics: Artin Groups and Arrangements - Topology, Geometry, and Combinatorics

    Organizers: Christin Bibby (Louisiana State University), Ruth Charney (Brandeis University), Giovanni Paolini (California Institute of Technology), Mario Salvetti (Università di Pisa)
    Affine arrangement
    The affine line arrangement of type C with different lattices and toric arrangements arising from it.

    This workshop brings together experts from different areas to discuss and foster collaboration on several topics of current interest related to Artin groups such as the K(π, 1) conjecture, hyperplane arrangements and abelian arrangements, combinatorial structures associated with dual Coxeter systems, and complexes of nonpositive curvature.

    Updated on Sep 21, 2023 03:05 PM PDT
  3. Hot Topics: Interactions between Harmonic Analysis, Homogeneous Dynamics, and Number Theory

    Organizers: Dubi Kelmer (Boston College), LEAD Amir Mohammadi (University of California, San Diego), Hong Wang (New York University, Courant Institute)

    In recent years techniques from harmonic analysis viz. projection theorems have found striking applications in finitary analysis on homogenous spaces. Such quantitative results have many potential applications to analytic number theory. This workshop will bring together researchers in these areas to further explore these connections.

    Updated on Sep 18, 2023 02:09 PM PDT