The Mathematics of Disorder (4-8 October 2016)
Young Women Academy (Tue. 4 – Thu. 6 October 2016)
Young Women in Probability and Analysis (Thu. 6 – Sat. 8 October 2016)
Location: Mathematical Institute, Endenicher Allee 60, University of Bonn.
This five-days event is designed for young female graduate students (Master and Ph.D.) and postdocs interested in the interplay between probability and analysis, and their applications.
The main purpose is to provide a stimulating environment for scientific collaboration and discussions.
It will consist in the thematic school Young Women Academy with three minicourses:
- Mylène Maïda (Lille University) Random Matrices
- Frédéric Klopp (University Paris 6) Random Schrödinger Operators
- Massimiliano Gubinelli (Bonn University) Stochastic PDEs
followed by the workshop Young Women in Probability and Analysis providing a platform for young female researchers to present their work. There will be introductory lectures by
- Silke Rolles (TUM Munich)
- Sandrine Péché (University Paris 7)
These talks will be complemented with talks by young researchers.
Female participants are invited to submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster and apply for financial support. All participants are encouraged to remain for the whole event.
Registration will open soon.
For further informations contact disorderyw2016(at)iam.uni-bonn.de or visit
Organizers: Margherita Disertori and Constanza Rojas-Molina