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Summer School "Randomness in Physics and Mathematics : From Quantum Chaos to Free Probability"

The School will take place from August 5 to 19, 2013 at the ZiF - Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld University, Germany. The aim of this summer school is to bring together and educate international PhD students and young post-doctoral fellows from physics, mathematics as well as from engineering. Statistical methods and in particular randomness play an important role in many modern applications in physics and other natural sciences, as well as in several branches of mathematics. One of the common themes that interlaces fields as divers as probability theory, complex analysis and combinatorics is that of random matrices. On the physics side applications include the transition from classical to quantum chaos, classical problems such
as random walks or the theory of spin glasses up to problems of entanglement in quantum computation. Random matrices also appear in optimisation in telecommunication, a very active field in engineering. The proposed school will try to cover all these recent topics in an intense two week summer course consisting of 8 interdisciplinary, interactive lecture series lead by world leading international experts.

Please consult the web page of the school for more information

Voir en ligne : Web page of the school

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