Workshop on IDAQP and their Applications
National University of Singapore, Institute for Mathematical Sciences
An international conference dedicated to Professor Takeyuki Hida
In the past few years the fields of infinite dimensional analysis and quantum probability have undergone increasingly significant developments and have found many new applications, in particular, to classical probability and to different branches of physics. Those fields are rather wide and strongly related in interdisciplinary nature. We like to make a bridge among these interdisciplinary fields in our workshop. In these fields, we mainly focused on quantum information theory and white noise analysis in line with IDAQP.
It is therefore quite a suitable time to organize an international workshop to have discussions among the researchers in the Asian area.
We aim, through this workshop, at encouraging young mathematicians in Asian countries. We should consider good cooperation with researchers in other fields in order to explore new research directions. They are cordially invited to study with us such new exciting areas in mathematical sciences as quantum information theory and white noise analysis.
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Probability on Algebraic and Geometric Structures
Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL (USA)
(June 5-8, 2014)
An international research conference celebrating the distinguished careers of
Philip Feinsilver , Salah Mohammed , and Arunava Mukherjea.
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Denis Bell , University of North Florida
Gregory Budzban , Southern Illinois University
Göran Högnäs , Åbo Akademi University
H.R. Hughes , Southern Illinois University
René Schott , Université Henri Poincaré
Henri Schurz , Southern Illinois University
The Department of Mathematics at Southern Illinois University is pleased to announce an international conference celebrating the careers of three mathematicians who have made important contributions to understanding a wide range of topics concerning probability measures and the behavior of stochastic processes on algebraic and geometric structures.
Contributed papers are sought in the areas of:
• Probability and random processes on groups, semigroups, and structures such as Clifford algebras and quantum groups.
• The analysis of random walks on Cayley graphs and other combinatorial structures.
• Algebraic methods analyzing of homogeneous and nonhomogeneous Markov chains and products of random matrices
• Stochastic partial differential equations and random process on manifolds and other geometric structures.
• Finite and infinite dimensional stochastic dynamical systems.
Authors should submit a detailed abstract of their presentation to email@example.com by April 4th, 2014. Announcements of accepted papers will be sent by April 14th, 2014. All local housing and per diem meal expenses will be covered for participants with accepted papers. Proceedings of the conference will be published in an AMS series.
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Jerzy Kocik , Southern Illinois University
John McSorley , Southern Illinois University
G. Stacey Staples , Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
16th WORKSHOP: NON-COMMUTATIVE HARMONIC ANALYSIS:
Random Matrices, representation theory and free probability, with applications.
Bedlewo July 6-12, 2014 (Poland)
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arrival day : Sunday, July 6, 2014
departure day : Saturday, July 12, 2014
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Please, confirm your participation as soon as you can, by sending e-mail to:
Registration deadline is April 15, 2014.
We encourage you to send us the titles and abstracts of your talks, which you plan to give at the Workshop to
as soon as possible.
The deadline for submission is May 31, 2014.
International Conference on Quantum Probability and Related Topics (QP35)
We are going to organize the International Conference on Quantum Probability and Related Topics at Chungbuk National University during August 22 (Fri) – 26 (Tue), 2014
(arrival date: August 21 & departure date: August 27).
This conference combines the following three international conferences:
This conference will cover recent developments in quantum probability and infinite dimensional analysis, with applications to mathematical physics, quantum information theory and other related fields. Main topics will include quantum Markov processes and semigroups, quantum stochastic calculus, white noise theory, quantum information theory, free probability, independences, Hilbert modules, non-commutative geometry, product systems, interacting Fock spaces, infinite dimensional Lie algebras, infinite dimensional analysis, quantum field theory and other topics.
We would like to invite you to the international conference QP35. If you are willing to participate in the conference, you are kindly asked to register on the conference website: http://web.chungbuk.ac.kr/~uncigji/35thQP/index.htm until February 28, 2014.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime.
This tentative registration is for our convenience to organizer and so we need only your minimum information (name, position, affiliation, nationality and so on).
The registration fee is 200 Euros and all participants will be asked to pay the registration fee after your arrivals.
The second announcement will be distributed at the beginning of March 2014 with more detailed information, and then abstract submissions will start, and you will be kindly asked to upgrade your information at the conference website.
We look forward to your participation.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Abdessatar Barhoumi (Univ. of Carthage) email@example.com
Jaeseong Heo (Hanyang Univ.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Hyun Jae Yoo (Hankyong National Univ.) email@example.com
Hun Hee Lee (Seoul National Univ.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sejong Kim (Chungbuk National Univ.) email@example.com Un Cig Ji (Chungbuk National Univ.) firstname.lastname@example.org
Chair and Lectureship positions in Probability in Lancaster University (UK)
Chair in Probability Lecturer in Probability
Mathematics & Statistics Mathematics & Statistics
Salary: Professorial (minimum £60,266) Salary: £32,590 to £45,053
Closing Date: Sunday 23 March 2014 Closing Date: Sunday 23 March 2014
Interview Date: To be confirmed Interview Date: To be confirmed
Reference: A905 Reference: A906
This is a new post commencing on 1 September 2014, or as soon as possible thereafter. Reflecting the Department's desire to grow research in probability theory, it is one of two new positions; we are also seeking a Lecturer in Probability. This is part of an on-going expansion of the Department, which has seen a significant rise in the numbers of undergraduates, postgraduates and staff in the last five years. In the past two years alone the Department has made 10 new academic appointments; we are currently seeking a total of 8 further positions.
The Department currently comprises 38 academic staff, 12 research associates and over 50 research students. The Pure Mathematics section has a well-established Analysis group with a strong international reputation; it has recently developed an Algebra and Geometry group of similar strength. At Lancaster we have one of the largest and strongest statistics research groups in the UK, with research spanning Statistical Modelling and Statistical Methods for Medicine and the Social Sciences.
Research in probability theory at Lancaster spans both the Pure Mathematics and Statistics sections. Current areas of research include stochastic processes, geometric probability, stochastic analysis, quantum probability, random matrices, stochastic epidemic models and theoretical MCMC. Related research interests include mathematical physics, statistical mechanics, free probability, quantum information, genetics, financial mathematics and energy. There is also an Operations Research group in the Management School working in applied probability. In collaboration with the OR group, the Department hosts STOR-i, an EPSRC-funded Centre for Doctoral Training.
We are seeking to appoint a Chair with a strong research output in any area of probability, who will provide a lead in developing a probability research group. We particularly welcome applicants with research interests in stochastic processes and geometric probability. We are looking for a proven record of attracting research funding and supervision of research students. The Chair will be expected to undertake senior academic management roles, and to contribute to all aspects of undergraduate teaching.
Informal enquiries can be made to: Dr David Towers (Head of Department) email@example.com
General information about the Department can be found at: http://www.maths.lancs.ac.uk We welcome applications from people in all diversity groups.