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AIMS stands with the Black community and offers our support to our Black colleagues, students, educators, and researchers in Mathematics.We recognize that change is needed to ensure equality and inclusion within academia and publishing, and we are committed to working toward that goal. We strive to contribute to the eradication of racial inequity, especially for Black lives in mathematics. Black Lives Matter.
Hillel Furstenberg and Gregory Margulis have jointly won the 2020 Abel prize for their pioneering use of methods from probability and dynamics in other mathematical fields such as group theory, number theory and combinatorics.
We are researching date options to shift the 2020 event to June 2021. Check back in 30 days for an update.
The Organizing Committee
We are delighted to announce a special issue on the topic of "Data Assimilation", in honour of the April Oberwolfach meeting on this topic2020-03-13
The guest editors will be Chris Jones, Marc Bocquet, John Harlim, Matti Morzfeld, Jana DeWiljes, and Xin Tong. Submission are now open. Please contact the guest editors to request an invitation if you are interested in submitting an article.
AIMS journals are access-free in March to support the community coping with the virus.
This offer is intended to support fellow mathematicians and scientists, worldwide, whose daily routines and travel plans are being affected by the Coronavirus. Hope this gesture provides everyone with some conveniences and adds some sensibility to the community.
The US National Science Foundation is funding the 13th AIMS Conference at Atlanta
The funding will provide some financial support for recent PhD and graduate students for their participation and presentations.
Condolences on the passing of Louis Nirenberg, an AIMS conference speaker, on January 26, 2020.
Professor Louis Nirenberg was one of the most outstanding mathematicians of the 20th century. He made fundamental contributions to linear and nonlinear partial differential equations and their application to complex analysis and geometry. He was an invited plenary speaker at the 8th AIMS Conference 2010 in Dresden, and the honoree of a special DCDS issue, edited by Luis A. Caffarelli and Yanyan Li.
The new title, Electronic Research Archive, is an SCI-E journal formerly published by the American Mathematical Society as Electronic Research Announcements of AMS.
Explore this Open Access journal.
This special issue of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems-A is dedicated to Professor Luis A. Caffarelli on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Luis Caffarelli is a world leading mathematician and has been recognized as a luminary and a master in the field of analysis, nonlinear partial differential equations and their applications.
Guest editors: Yanyan Li, Fanghua Lin and Yannick Sire
Call for Papers: special issue on “Theme Issue on kernel-based methods”
Kernel-based methods have been used for various purposes in many fields including density estimation and regression in statistics, support vector machines and learning kernels in machine learning, and mesh-free schemes in numerical analysis and uncertainty quantification. They play an essential role in finding filters and features in the recent development of deep learning and deep neural networks. The aim of this theme issue is to report recent research results on kernel-based methods, carry out interactions among researchers, discuss important research problems and directions, and promote kernel methods in various research areas.
Potential topics appropriate for this special issue include, but not necessarily limited to:
Regularization schemes and deep learning
Kernel-based methods in data science, image and signal processing
Kernel-based function spaces and complexity
Kernel-based algorithms and computing
Submission deadline: November 30, 2019
Completion of peer reviews: February 28, 2020
Tentative publication date: May 2020
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed following the reviewing procedures of the journal Mathematical Foundations of Computing. They must provide original research that has not been published nor currently under review by other venues. Previously published conference papers should be clearly identified by the authors at the submission stage and an explanation should be provided about how such papers have been extended to be considered for this special issue. The submitted papers should follow the submission format and guidelines found at the journal webpage:
Dr. Han Feng
City University of Hong Kong
Prof. Sergei Pereverzyev
Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria
Prof. Ding-Xuan Zhou
City University of Hong Kong
2020 Breakethrough Prize in Math
University of Chicago
Citation: For revolutionary discoveries in the dynamics and geometry of moduli spaces of Abelian differentials, including the proof of the “magic wand theorem” with Maryam Mirzakhani.
Description: Eskin teamed with famed Iranian mathematician and Fields Medalist, Maryam Mirzakhni, to prove a theorem about dynamics on moduli spaces. Their tour de force, published in 2013 after five years of labor, is a result with many consequences. One addresses the longstanding problem: If a beam of light from a point source bounces around a mirrored room, will it eventually reach the entire room – or will some parts remain forever dark? After translating the problem to a highly abstract multi-dimensional setting, the two mathematicians were able to show that for polygonal rooms with angles which are fractions of whole numbers, only a finite number of points would remain unlit. Mirzakhani passed away in 2017 at age 40 after fighting breast cancer for several years.
Special Issue of the Journal of Computational Dynamics on
"Novel computational approaches and their applications"
Bernd Krauskopf (University of Auckland, NZ) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Carlo Laing (Massey University Albany, NZ) <C.R.Laing@massey.ac.nz>
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