
Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures 2024: Flows and Variational Methods in Riemannian and Complex Geometry: Classical and Modern Methods (Montréal, Canada)
Organizers: Vestislav Apostolov (Université du Québec à Montréal), Eleonora Di Nezza (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu), Pengfei Guan (McGill University), Spiro Karigiannis (University of Waterloo), Julien Keller (Université du Québec à Montréal), Alina Stancu (Concordia University), Valentino Tosatti (New York University, Courant Institute)This school will present various developments in Riemannian and Kähler geometry around the notion of curvature seen as a tool to describe and understand the geometry of the objects. The school will give graduate students the opportunity to learn key ideas and techniques of the field, with an emphasis on solidifying foundations in view of potential future research. The first week will be centered around the question of the existence of Kähler metrics with special curvature properties and the famous YauTianDonaldson conjecture. The second week will focus on geometric flows in Riemannian and complex geometry.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:32 AM PDT 
Particle interactive systems: Analysis and computational methods (SLMath)
Organizers: LEAD Irene M. Gamba (University of Texas, Austin), Francois Golse (École Polytechnique), LEAD Qin Li (University of WisconsinMadison), Chiara Saffirio (Universität Basel)This summer school will focus on the introductory notions related to the passage of Newtonian and quantum manybody dynamics to kinetic collisional models of Boltzmann flow models arising in statistical sciences in connection to model reductions when continuum macro dynamics arises; and their numerical schemes associated to transport of kinetic processes in classical and data driven mean field dynamics incorporating recent tools from computational kinetics and data science tools. There will be two sets of lectures: “From Newton to Boltzmann to Fluid dynamics”, and “Kinetic collisional theory in mean field regimes: analysis, discrete approximations, and applications”. Each lecture series will be accompanied by a collaboration session, led by the lecturer and teaching assistants. The purpose of the collaboration sessions is to encourage and strengthen higherlevel thinking of the materials taught in the lectures and to direct further reading for interested students. Interactive learning activities will be conducted. For example, students will be given problem sets associated with the lectures and will work in small groups to discuss concepts and/or find solutions to assigned problems. The students will also be encouraged to give oral or poster presentations on their solutions or other materials relevant to the course.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:33 AM PDT 
Special Geometric Structures and Analysis (St. Mary's College)
Organizers: Costante Bellettini (University College London), LEAD Eleonora Di Nezza (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu), Song Sun (University of California, Berkeley)This summer school will serve as an introduction to the SLMath program "Special geometric structures and analysis". There will be two minicourses: one in Geometric Measure theory and the other in Microlocal Analysis. The aim is to give the basic notions of two subjects also treated during the program.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:33 AM PDT 
Introduction to QuantumSafe Cryptography (IBM Zurich)
Organizers: Jonathan Bootle (IBM Zürich Research Laboratory), Luca De Feo (IBM Zürich Research Laboratory)This two week summer school, jointly organized by SLMath with IBM Zurich, will introduce students to the mathematics and algorithms used in the design and analysis of quantumsafe cryptosystems. Each week will be dedicated to two of the four families of quantumsafe schemes.
Updated on Oct 19, 2023 01:07 PM PDT 
Stochastic Quantization (SLMath)
Organizers: Massimiliano Gubinelli (University of Oxford), Martina Hofmanova (Universität Bielefeld), LEAD Hao Shen (University of WisconsinMadison), Lorenzo Zambotti (Sorbonne Université)This summer school will familiarize students with the basic problems of the mathematical theory of Euclidean quantum fields. The lectures will introduce some of its prominent models and analyze them via the so called “stochastic quantization” methods, involving recently developed stochastic and PDE techniques. This is an area which is highly interdisciplinary combining ideas ranging from the theory of partial differential equations, to stochastic analysis, to mathematical physics. Our goal is to bring together students who are perhaps familiar with some but not all of these subjects and teach them how to integrate these different tools to solve cuttingedge problems of Euclidean quantum field theory.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:31 AM PDT 
Koszul Duality in the Local Langlands Program (St. Mary's College)
Organizers: Clifton Cunningham (University of Calgary), LEAD Sarah Dijols (University of Calgary)This summer school provides the mathematical background to recognize Koszul duality in representation theory. The school is especially oriented toward applications in the local Langlands program, with an emphasis on real groups. As Koszul duality patterns have been initially observed in the context of Hecke algebras, our school will also introduce the students to Hecke algebras and their categorifications.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:34 AM PDT 
Hprinciple (Sendai, Japan)
Organizers: Emmy Murphy (Princeton University), Takashi Tsuboi (RIKEN Interdisciplinary Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences Program)This two week summer school, jointly organized by SLMath with RIKEN, will introduce graduate students to the theory of hprinciples. After building up the theory from basic smooth topology, we will focus on more recent developments of the theory, particularly applications to symplectic and contact geometry, fluid dynamics, and foliation theory.
hprinciples in smooth topology (Emmy Murphy)
Riemannian geometry and applications to fluid dynamics (Dominik Inauen)
Contact and symplectic flexibility (Emmy Murphy)
Foliation theory and diffeomorphism groups (Takashi Tsuboi)Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:34 AM PDT 
Introduction to the Theory of Algebraic Curves (UC Berkeley)
Organizers: Izzet Coskun (University of Illinois, Chicago), Eric Larson (Brown University), LEAD Hannah Larson (University of California, Berkeley), Isabel Vogt (Brown University)In the last few years, there have been extraordinary developments in many aspects of curve theory. Beginning with many examples in low genus, this summer school will introduce the participants to the background behind these developments in the following areas:
 moduli spaces of stable curves
 Brill–Noether theory
 the extrinsic geometry of the curves in projective space
We will also include an introduction to some open problems at the forefront of these active areas.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:35 AM PDT 
Mathematics of General Relativity and Fluids (FORTH, Greece)
Organizers: LEAD Mihalis Dafermos (Princeton University), Grigorios Fournodavlos (University of Crete), Juhi Jang (University of Southern California), Igor Rodnianski (Princeton University)This summer school will give an accessible introduction to the mathematical study of general relativity, a field which in the past has had barriers to entry due to its interdisciplinary nature, and whose study has been concentrated at specific institutions, to a wider audience of students studying at institutions throughout the U.S., Europe and Greece. Another goal of the summer school will be to demonstrate the common underlying mathematical themes in many problems which traditionally have been studied by separate research communities.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:35 AM PDT 
Structure and representation theory of reductive padic groups (St. Mary's College)
Organizers: LEAD Jessica Fintzen (Universität Bonn), LEAD Tasho Kaletha (University of Michigan)The summer school is an introduction to the representation theory and harmonic analysis of reductive padic groups and will feature several lecture series covering the structure of reductive padic groups, the classification of their representations, key results from harmonic analysis, an introduction to the local Langlands conjectures, as well as connections to automorphic forms, real reductive groups, and finite groups of Lie type. Active engagement of the student through problem and Q&A sessions will be an important component. The goal is to equip students with knowledge that would help them to perform research in this area or apply these tools in nearby areas.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:35 AM PDT 
Analysis of Partial Differential Equations (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology)
Organizers: Ugur Abdulla (Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology), GuiQiang Chen (University of Oxford)This two week summer school, jointly organized by SLMath with OIST, will offer the following two minicourses:
 Measuretheoretical analysis, divergencemeasure fields, and nonlinear PDEs of divergence form
This course will present some recent developments in the theory of divergencemeasure fields via measuretheoretic analysis and its applications to the analysis of nonlinear PDEs of conservative form – nonlinear conservation laws.  Perron’s method and Wienertype criteria in the potential theory of elliptic and parabolic PDEs
This course will present some recent developments precisely characterizing the regularity of the point at ∞ for second order elliptic and parabolic PDEs and broadly extending the role of the Wiener test in classical analysis.
Updated on Oct 24, 2023 03:34 PM PDT  Measuretheoretical analysis, divergencemeasure fields, and nonlinear PDEs of divergence form

Mathematical Spin Glass Theory (Courant, NY)
Organizers: Antonio Auffinger (Northwestern University), WeiKuo Chen (University of Minnesota), LEAD Eliran Subag (Weizmann Institute of Science)While their original aim was to explain the strange behavior of certain magnetic alloys, the study of spin glass models has led to a farreaching and beautiful physical theory whose techniques have been applied to a myriad of problems in theoretical computer science, statistics, optimization and biology. As many of the physical predictions can be formulated as purely mathematical questions, often extremely hard, about large random systems in high dimensions, in recent decades a new area of research has emerged in probability theory around these problems.
Mathematically, a meanfield spin glass model is a Gaussian process (random function) on the discrete hypercube or the sphere in high dimensions. A fundamental challenge in their analysis is, roughly speaking, to understand the size and structure of their superlevel sets as the dimension tends to infinity, which are often studied through smooth objects like the free energy and Gibbs measure whose origin is in statistical physics. The aim of the summer school is to introduce students to landmark results on the latter while emphasizing the techniques an ideas that were developed to obtain them, as well as exposing the students to some recent research topics.
Updated on Oct 02, 2023 06:36 AM PDT

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