|Mini-Workshop: Workshop on Algebraic Geometry, Combinatorics, and Machine LearningNumerous learning algorithms rely on the geometry and combinatorics of individual hypothesis functions, function classes, their particular parametrization, and the corresponding structure of optimization objectives in parameter and function space, which also depend on the data at hand. In this meeting we will discuss the application of mathematical methods and challenges in Algebraic Geometry and Combinatorics in the realm of Machine Learning and Deep Learning in particular.
Participation is possible both in-person and online.|
|Concentrated advanced courses: EMBO Summer School on Advanced Modeling of Behavior (BAMB)|
|Conference: BMS - BGSMath Junior Meeting 2022|
|16th Internationl Workshop on Discrete Event Systems|
|Summer school: Recent Perspectives on Hodge Theory|
The goal of the school is to involve young researchers to the study of Hodge Theory in Algebraic Geometry. The lectures of the school will focus on the very last developments of Hodge theory together with their transversal applications to the study of algebraic varieties and their moduli spaces. In particular, the school will introduce the following aspects of Hodge theory: combinatorial Hodge theory, periods and motives, moduli spaces of Higgs bundles, and o-minimality.
- Date: 19.09.2022 - 23.09.2022
- Location: Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa (Italy)
- Organized by: Luigi Lombardi (Università di Milano); Paolo Stellari (Università di Milano); Luca Tasin (Università di Milano)
- More information: See the homepage of the Summer school
- Contact: CRM Secretariat
|Meeting: Pfaffians, Tensors, and Applications|
The intention of this meeting is to encourage and facilitate the interaction between different communities engaging with Pfaffians or other tensor-related structures. Particular emphasis is put on explicit methods and applications to different areas of mathematics or other sciences. The goals of the workshop are to connect different communities, exchange knowledge, and inspire one another. The workshop features invited and contributed talks, as well as "open mic" and free discussion sessions in order to promote more informal discussions.
Confirmed speakers include:
We are currently exploring possibilites of funding for young researches. More information will follow. At the moment, there is no restriction regarding the number of participants, however, due to the pandemic this might change during fall. We will update this website immediately if there will be a limit of allowed in person participants.
The deadline for talk submission is October 1, 2022, the general registration deadline for this event is October 31, 2022.
- Date: 28.11.2022 - 30.11.2022
- Location: Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Inselstrasse 22, Leipzig (Germany)
- Organized by: Daniele Faenzi, Joshua Maglione, Mima Stanojkovski
- More information: See the homepage of the Meeting
- Contact: Saskia Gutzschebauch