Random Matrix Theory: Foundations and Applications
Month: July 2014
Date: July 1--6
Name: Random Matrix Theory: Foundations and Applications
Location: Jagiellonian University, Krakw, Poland.
The conference is a continuation of the "Cracow Matrix sequel": 2005 - Applications of Random Matrices to Economy and other Complex Systems 2007 - Random Matrix Theory: From fundamental Physics to Applications 2010 - Random Matrices, Statistical Physics and Information Theory. Traditionally, the aim of the conference is to get together mathematicians, physicists, statisticians and other practitioners of random matrix theory, in order to promote recent results and to establish interdisciplinary links for applications.
Early list of Invited Speakers
Gernot Akemann, Jinho Baik, Jean-Paul Blaizot, Arup Bose, Yang Chen, Merouane Debbah, Thomas Guhr, Eugene Kanzieper, Satya Majumdar, Jamal Najim$*$, Alexandru Nica, Raj Rao Nadakuditi$*$, Gregory Schehr, Alexander Soshnikov, Roland Speicher, Jac Verbaarschot$*$, Pierpaolo Vivo, Jiun-Chau Wang, Konstantin Zarembo, Jean-Bernard Zuber$*$ ($*$ to be confirmed).