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The core of this 6-month programme is understanding and quantifying mathematical structure in network models. Networks are ubiquitous in modern science and society. In fact, whenever we observe entities and relationships between them, we have network data. The behaviour of almost all networks, natural or engineered, physical or information-based, involves a strong component of randomness and is typically not fully or directly observed. Considerable open challenges remain in proving properties both of generative mechanisms for such networks, as well as of methods for inference. This motivates the development of theoretical foundations for statistical network analysis. Several workshops will take place during the programme, including an opening, midterm and closing workshop, as well as a Satellite Meeting and an Open for Business industry day. For full details please see website.

The field of geometric of geometric group theory emerged from Gromov's insight that even mathematical objects such as groups, which are defined completely in algebraic terms, can be profitably viewed as geometric objects and studied with geometric techniques Contemporary geometric group theory has broadened its scope considerably, but retains this basic philosophy of reformulating in geometric terms problems from diverse areas of mathematics and then solving them with a variety of tools. The growing list of areas where this general approach has been successful includes low-dimensional topology, the theory of manifolds, algebraic topology, complex dynamics, combinatorial group theory, algebra, logic, the study of various classical families of groups, Riemannian geometry and representation theory. The goals of this MSRI program are to bring together people from the various branches of the field in order to consolidate recent progress, chart new directions, and train the next generation of geometric group theorists.

Group Theory; Cohomology of Groups.

The proposed programme is concerned with both the theory and practice of verification. An objective of the programme is to promote interactions between researchers working in the theory and foundations of automata, logic and games, and those who build tool implementations of model checking algorithms, perform empirical studies, and work with the verification industry. The five-week programme will focus on the following topics: (1) Communicating, Distributed and Parameterized Systems (2) Constraint Solving (3) Higher-Order Model Checking (4) Probabilistic Model Checking (5) Timed Systems

Description Many natural mathematical concepts cannot be expressed in first-order logic but need stronger logics. Among such concepts are the freeness of a group, separability of a space, completeness of an order, etc. By a strong logic we mean model-theoretically defined extensions of first-order logic, such as first-order logic with generalized quantifiers, infinitary logics, second-order logic, as well as higher-order logics. The study of strong logics runs immediately into questions that depend essentially on set-theoretical assumptions beyond the standard ZFC axioms, such as infinitary combinatorial principles and the existence of large cardinals. It is therefore crucial to be able to pinpoint the position of a given strong logic in the set-theoretical definability hierarchy, thus helping us understand better the set-theoretical nature of the logic, and therefore of the mathematical notions it can express.

The NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) program (https://datascience.nih.gov/bd2k) is pleased to announce The BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science, a series of online lectures given by experts from across the country covering a range of diverse topics in data science. This course is an introductory overview that assumes no prior knowledge or understanding of data science. This lecture series is a joint effort between the BD2K Training Coordinating Center (www.bigdatau.org), the BD2K Centers Coordination Center (https://bd2kccc.org), and the NIH Office of the Associate Director of Data Science (https://datascience.nih.gov/adds). For up-to-date information about the series and to view archived presentations, go to: www.bigdatau.org/data-science-seminars. The series begins Friday, September 9th, and will run all year, once per week, on Fridays from 12:00pm-1:00pm ET. For additional event information, contact Crystal Stewart (crystal.stewart@loni.usc.edu).

SYLLABUS The course will be devoted to an elementary but rigorous introduction to the theory of stochastic processes. After briefly recalling notation and essential definitions in probability theory, Markov chains will be considered as basic example of discrete-time processes. Then, we will study continuous time Markov jump processes, with applications. We will then introduce Brownian motion (or Wiener process), as the fundamental example of a diffusion process, and stochastic calculus, focusing on stochastic integration and Ito's formula. As applications, we will study stochastic differential equations and their link with partial differential equations, Girsanov theorem and the martingale representation theorem. We will conclude with a short overview of option pricing theory (Black-Scholes formulas and extensions) and on interest rate models. 20-25 positions are available. Online applications must be submitted within May 31, 2016 (see crm.sns.it/event/392/ for more).

This event, in celebration of Nigel Hitchin's seventieth birthday and in honor of his contributions to mathematics, is part of larger activity that will take place across three locations during the period September 5-16, 2016. It will begin in Aarhus (September 5-8, 2016), continue in Oxford (September 9-11, 2016) and end in Madrid (September 12-16, 2016). The Madrid event will celebrate thirty years of Higgs bundles and fifteen years of generalized geometry. It will start around 14:30 on Monday, September 12, and will end by 13:30 on Friday, September 16. The deadline for registration is July 18, 2016. There is some support available for PhD students and early career researchers. The deadline for financial support applications is July 1, 2016. Sponsors: ICMAT Severo Ochoa Programme, Clay Mathematics Institute, USA NSF network GEAR, EU Marie Curie IRSES project MODULI. This event is organized in partnership with the Clay Mathematics Institute.

The international conference "Modern advances in geometry and topology" will be organized in honor of professor Alexander A. Borisenko to emphasize his diverse contribution to geometry and to celebrate his seventieth birthday. The list of the conference topics includes, but not limited to, geometry of submanifolds, global differential and Riemannian geometry, curvature flows, foliations, pseudo-Riemannian, Finsler and Kähler geometries, Lie groups and homogeneous spaces, topology, and reflects the vast diversity of Alexander Borisenko's research interests. The conference is organized jointly by the Kharkiv Mathematical Society, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, B. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine with partial financial support from the Commission for Developing Countries of the IMU.

The main focus is on recent developments on exact results in supersymmetric quantum field theories and superstrings on curved backgrounds and their impact on enumerative geometry, knot theory and representation theory of infinite dimensional algebras.

This workshop will bring together researchers interested in a panoply of unusual configuration spaces, arising in applied fields or in plausible models, to look for similarities or creative tensions between them.

Interactions between many constituent particles (bodies) generally give rise to collective or emergent phenomena in matter. Even when the interactions between the particles are well defined and the governing equations of the system are understood, the collective behavior of the system as a whole does not trivially emerge from these equations. Examples of collective behavior are abundant in nature, manifesting themselves at all scales of matter, ranging from atoms to galaxies. Machine learning methods have been used in a wide variety of fields. It is the goal of this IPAM long program to bring together experts in many particle problems in condensed-matter physics, materials, chemistry, and protein folding, together with experts in mathematics and computer science to synergetically address the problem of tackling emergent behavior and understanding the underlying collective variables in many particle systems.

Computer-based methods for the capture, construction, representation, fitting, interrogation and manipulation of complicated surfaces have led to a wide interest in, and need for, the mathematics of surfaces and related topics including curves, motions and computational geometry. Many applications require the use of surface descriptions, especially in such fields as computer aided design and manufacturing, isogeometric analysis, computer graphics, computer vision and computer animation. The description of surfaces is also of interest in geographic information systems, multimedia, and many other areas of science and medicine.

The sections of the conference are: 1. Real, Complex, Functional and Numerical Analysis 2. Partial Differential Equations with applications in Mechanics, Biology, etc. 3. Ordinary Differential Equations; Dynamical Systems 4. Probability Theory, Mathematical Statistics, Operation Research 5. Algebra, Logic, Geometry (with applications) 6. Mathematical Modeling 7. Computer Science 8. Education

The Prairie Analysis Seminar is joint effort of the Departments of Mathematics at The University of Kansas and Kansas State University, which has been successfully organized since 2001 and it alternates between the campuses of the two universities. The 2016 edition will take place at KU. The format of the seminar will follow the same one used in previous editions. Tatiana Toro (University of Washington) will be the main speaker and will present two one-hour lectures. Arpad Bényi (Western Washington University) and Alexander Iosevich (University of Rochester) will accompany her as invited speakers and will give a one-hour lecture each. These four lectures cover recent research topics of high interest in areas of analysis, partial differential equations and applications. A key feature of the seminar is the time allocated for short talks by PhD students and junior mathematicians. The seminar is supported in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

The Generalized Geometry Workshop is a venue where mathematicians and physicists working in generalized geometry can discuss recent advances in the field and identify new avenues of research. Students interested in differential geometry and string theory are especially encouraged to attend.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to modeling the geometry of condensed matter. The workshop will focus on "soft packing" and "nested clustering" phenomena in discrete geometric structures and their applications to understanding the internal atomic structure of solids and fluids.

The ongoing development of computer algebra systems, including their integration and adaptation to modern software environments, puts them to the forefront in scientific computing and enables the practical solution of many complex applied problems in the domains of natural sciences and engineering. The workshop covers all basic areas of scientific computing (see web page for a more detailed list).

On the occasion of the ventennial of Ennio De Giorgi's departure, the meeting gathers many generations of mathematicians and aims at the presentation of the most recent advances in the many research fields marked by De Giorgi's contributions. Speakers include: A. Braides, Univ Roma Tor Vergata; H. Brezis, Rutgers Univ and Technion; G. Buttazzo, Univ Pisa; X. Cabré, ICREA and UPC Barcelona; L. Caffarelli, UT at Austin; P. D'Ancona, Univ Roma Sapienza; C. De Lellis, Univ Z\"urich; E. Di Benedetto, Vanderbilt Univ; A. Figalli, UT at Austin; W. H. Fleming, Brown Univ; I. Fonseca, Carnegie Mellon Univ; N. Fusco, Univ Federico II, Napoli; N. Gigli, SISSA, Trieste; F. Honsell, Univ Udine; D. Kinderlehrer, Carnegie Mellon Univ; P. Louis Lions, College de France and Ceremade; G. Mingione, Univ Parma; U. Mosco, Worcester Polytechnic Inst; L. Nirenberg, Courant Inst; F. Otto, Max Planck Inst; G. Savaré, Univ Pavia; S. Serfaty, Univ Pierre et Marie Curie; S. Wenger, Univ Fribourg.

The aim of the conference is to bring together experts and graduate students/postdocs working in various modern approaches to geometry. Example topics would be: derived algebraic / symplectic geometry, derived minimal model program, homological projective duality, homological mirror symmetry, stability conditions, non-commutative motives / non-commutative (co)homology theories, generalizations of derived categories / cDG-categories / matrix factorizations, operads / graph complexes / deformation theory, non-commutative versions of classical varieties (del Pezzo, tori, K3, ...)

ISDS 2016 is the second school of a biennial series of international graduate schools on Mathematical Modelling in Biology and Medicine organized by IMS of Strathmore University. In an intense but informative session, the first school "International School on Mathematical Epidemiology (ISME)" took place from September 1-5, 2015, at the Strathmore University Madaraka Campus.

Our workshop is the third in a series of workshops on Mathematics of Information-Theoretic Cryptography. Activities: Tutorials: September 19-23, 2016 Workshop: September 26-30, 2016.

The conference continues a series of traditional scientific meetings dedicated to outstanding mathematicians which worked at the Lviv University. In 1999 the conference of this series was dedicated to the memory of J.P. Schauder who was born in Lviv in 1899 and lived in this city all his life. In 2002 the International Conference on Functional Analysis and Applications was dedicated to the 110th anniversary of Stefan Banach, professor of Lviv University during 1924 -1945 years. The name of Yaroslav Lopatynsky is well known all over the world as a great specialist in the theory of PDE. In his famous work of 1953 he established the condition of well-possedness of general boundary value problems for elliptic systems of PDE.

The CRM welcomes applications for one postdoctoral position from January 1st, 2017 to December 31st, 2018 within the programme of Collaborative Mathematical Research. The collaborative projects proposed in this call as well as the guidelines and how to apply can be consulted through the following website: www.crm.cat/laCaixaFoundation

Confirmed speakers: Anthony Phillips (SUNY at Stony Brook) on sound and topology, Ivan Selesnick (NYU) on nonlinear filters using sparse signal models, Ofer Tchernichovski(Hunter College, CUNY) on graphical methods of visualizing the temporal dynamics of birdsong learning, and Ankit Parker (NYU) on detection of sleep spindles in EEG signals.

This workshop will set the stage and define research directions for the rest of the program. The idea is to achieve a healthy mix of mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, and chemists and establish common grounds that will enable rational applications of machine learning techniques to many-particle problems. One prominent outcome of this workshop will be the establishment of a common repository of datasets corresponding to different many-particle problems (structures and energies of molecules and materials, protein structures and dynamics, spectroscopic signatures of complex systems, etc.). These datasets can be used to assess the performance of different ML techniques during the IPAM program and beyond.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the structural theory of discrete amenable groups, and new examples of amenable and non-amenable groups.

ISDS 2016 is the second school of a biennial series of international graduate schools on Mathematical Modelling in Biology and Medicine organized by IMS of Strathmore University. In an intense but informative session, the first International School on Mathematical Epidemiology (ISME) took place from September 1-5, 2015, at the Strathmore University Madaraka Campus.

This workshop will set the stage and define research directions for the rest of the program. The idea is to achieve a healthy mix between mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, and chemists and establish common grounds that will enable rational applications of machine learning techniques to many-particle problems. One prominent outcome of this workshop will be the establishment of a common repository of datasets corresponding to different many-particle problems (structures and energies of molecules and materials, protein structures and dynamics, spectroscopic signatures of complex systems, etc.). These datasets can be used to assess the performance of different ML techniques during the IPAM program and beyond. The application deadline for funding is August 1, 2016.

The theme of the workshop is algebraic, geometric and analytical aspects of groups that act by isometries on spaces of non-positive curvature known as CAT(0) spaces. The world of CAT(0) spaces includes classical spaces such as symmetric spaces and buildings, as well as more avant-garde arrivals, such as CAT(0) cube complex. The workshop will bring together researchers studying various aspects of such groups and spaces to discuss recent developments and chart new directions in the field.

The Int. Conference "Nonlinear Dynamics-2016", National Technical University, Kharkov, Ukraine. Organizers: National Technical University, Kharkov, Ukraine; McGill University, Montreal, Canada; Technion, Haifa, Israel; Institute for Mechanical Engineering Problems, Kharkov, Ukraine; Institute of Mechanics, Kiev, Ukraine; The National Committee of Ukraine on Theor. and Appl. Mechanics. Call for papers: A one-page abstract is invited. The abstract have to be sent to the conference web-site. The deadline for the abstract submission is March 14, 2016. Authors of accepted presentations are invited to submit 4-6 page extended abstracts by June 5, 2016. Contact: Engineering Physics Faculty (Prof. Yu.Mikhlin, Prof. L.Kurpa, Dr. Larin), National Technical University, 21 Kirpichev str., Kharkov, 61002, Ukraine. Phone: +38-057-7076032; Fax: +38-057-7076601; E-mail: NDKhPI2016@gmail.com, alexeya.larin@gmail.com, muv@kpi.kharkov. Web: web.kpi.kharkov.ua/nd-khpi/

The aim of this conference is to bring together leading academic scientists in the field of nonlinear phenomena in order to discuss recent results, related problems (in particular in relation to concrete applications) and future perspectives. Invited Speakers: Carlo Bardaro (Italy), Lucio Boccardo (Italy), Matteo Bonforte (Spain), Denis Bonheure (Belgium), Alberto Farina (France), Filippo Gazzola (Italy), Gabriele Grillo (Italy), Andrea Malchiodi (Italy), Jan Maly (Czech Republic), Paolo Marcellini (Italy), Jean Mawhin (Belgium), Giuseppe Mingione (Italy), Enzo Mitidieri (Italy), Vicentiu Radulescu (Romania), Dusan Repovs (Slovenia), Marco Rigoli (Italy), Sandro Salsa (Italy), Carlo Sbordone (Italy), Gabriella Tarantello (Italy), Susanna Terracini (Italy), Gianluca Vinti (Italy), Binlin Zhang (China). Honorary Chairwoman: Patrizia Pucci (Italy). Organizers: Reza Aftabizadeh (USA), Rossella Bartolo, Luigi D'Onofrio, Massimiliano Ferrara, Giovanni Molica Bisci, Raffaella Servadei

The Croatian Combinatorial Days is meant as a central Croatian conference in combinatorics and graph theory. This conference aim at presenting activity of Croatian combinatorial community as well as connect Croatian and international combinatorialists.

SIAM Conference on Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE16) September 30-October 2, 2016 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. The call for presentations will be linked from www.siam.org/meetings/mpe16/ in November 2015.

The eighth Yamabe Memorial Symposium will take place from Friday to Sunday, September 30-October 2, 2016, on the theme of Â“Symplectic geometry and complex geometry". It will be a high-level conference on aspects of symplectic geometry, complex geometry, contact structures and the interactions between these and related areas. The purpose of this Symposium is to bring to our participants deeper understanding of some recent discoveries in those areas, and to bring to the fore new issues that have arisen in light of them. The new understanding will encourage participants to gain a wider perspective of the recently found deep connections between symplectic and complex geometry. Potentially, this knowledge will inspire further discoveries in these and related fields. List of speakers: Paul Biran, Mark McLean, Emmy Murphy, Kaoru Ono, Valentino Tosatti, Claire Voisin, Chris Wendl, Sai Kee Yeung.

The Eighth Yamabe Memorial Symposium will be held Friday--Sunday, September 30--October 2, 2016 at the University of Minnesota, on the theme of "Symplectic geometry and complex geometry." It will be a conference on symplectic geometry, complex geometry, and the interactions between these and related areas.

Probabilistic results in number theory; geometry of Teichmuller spaces; renormalization methods in dynamical systems; random variational problems; dynamical systems methods in PDE; and other topics.

The commemoration on the 6th of October 2016 opens the international 'In Memoriam---Richard Dedekind' conference, which is initiated by the Carl-Friedrich-Gauss Faculty. This conference includes presentations held by renowned home and foreign scholars in mathematics, history and philosphy as well as interesting bits about Dedekind, his mathematical theories, his life and work. Additionally, there will be an exhibition with original papers and letters from and about Dedekind. More Information: List of speakers, instructions how to register and program details are on edu3.zfw.etc.tu-bs.de/dedekind.

The Integers conference in combinatorial number theory, is held for the purpose of bringing together mathematicians, students, and others interested in combinatorics and number theory. Registration may be done online at the conference website. Plenary Speakers: Robert Hough, Oxford University; Alex Iosevich, University of Rochester; and Igor Shparlinski, University of New South Wales. Additional speakers are welcome; see website for instructions and latest announcement.

This is the thirteenth in the QMATH series of international conferences on the mathematics of quantum mechanics, and the first one to be held in the US. It will focus on rigorous results in several areas of physics: Quantum mechanics with random features; Quantum mechanics on graphs and similar structures; Many-body systems and statistical mechanics; Quantum information; and New mathematical topics arising in current theoretical physics.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will focus on understanding boundaries of groups, which can often encode various algebraic and geometric properties of the underlying group.

Despite the remarkable unity of the basic components of the living world (DNA, RNA, the genetic code), we are probably still not aware of the diversity of genome structures nor of the diversity of means genomes use to evolve. Rearrangements, gene transfers, duplications, transposable elements, single nucleotide substitutions, repetitions, insertions, deletions, have been successively discovered and modeled in the XXth century. They are used to document the evolutionary history of life on earth and to understand adaptation processes.

As part of the Mathematical Sciences Collaborative Diversity Initiatives, nine mathematics institutes are pleased to offer their annual SACNAS pre-conference event, the 2016 Modern Math Workshop (MMW). The Modern Math Workshop is intended to encourage minority undergraduates to pursue careers in the mathematical sciences and to assist undergraduates, graduate students and recent PhDs in building their research networks. The workshop will include two concurrent mini-courses for undergraduate students and a series of expository talks related to the research programs at the math institutes for graduate students and early career professionals. The workshop begins with registration at noon on Wednesday, October 12 and ends at noon on Thursday, October 13. To attend register at helper.ipam.ucla.edu/wordpress_includes/signup/wp_eventsignup.aspx?pc=mmw2016.

The objective of this meeting is to join researchers interested in biomathematics and at the same time to promote the interaction between mathematicians working on models arising from the area of biology with other researchers working on areas of biology that use mathematics as an important tool in their research.

This international conference is being organized to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to share and discuss recent advancements on statistical distributions and their applications, and to provide opportunities for collaborative work. The scopes of ICOSDA 2016 include, but not limited to statistical distributions and their applications; statistical modeling; high dimensional data analysis; and Bayesian statistics. The conference presenters are invited to submit their articles for consideration of publication in a special issue of the Journal of Statistical Distributions and Applications (www.JSDAjournal.com/). The submitted papers will go through the same rigorous peer review process as regular submissions. Accepted papers will receive at least 50\% discount of Article Processing Charge (APC). A limited number of accepted articles may receive full APC waiver.

A conference in analysis (in a broad sense) and its applications.

The conference will address recent progress in the theory of representations for groups over non-archimedean local fields, and connections of this theory to other areas within mathematics, notably number theory, and geometry. The conference will be in honor of Professor Philip Kutzko who has made significant contributions to the development of these areas. The main topics include Plancherel formula, supercuspidal representations, the structure of smooth representations of reductive groups via types and covers, functorial transfer to general linear groups, and the local Langlands correspondence.

Symposium on BEER is a vibrant gathering place for mathematicians, biologists,and computer scientists who work on computational biology, biomathematics,biostatistics, ecology, and related fields. Presentations focusing on both research and education problems are welcome. Fully refereed proceedings of the conference will be published by Letters in Biomathematics and by Spora: A Journal of Biomathematics.

Now in its ninth year, Binghamton University's Graduate Conference in Algebra and Topology is organized by and for graduate students working in the fields of algebra and topology. This conference is an opportunity for graduate students at all levels of research to present their work and network with their peers.

We seek a variety of talks on relations between the history and pedagogy of mathematics. In keeping with the Saturday evening theater excursion to see the play "Equivocation," concerning the Gunpowder Plot of 1605, talks involving sixteenth and seventeenth century history are especially encouraged. Talks will be about twensty-five minutes long, followed by abundant time for discussion. Abstracts for proposed talks must be received by August 15, 2016.

This workshop will explore topological properties of random and quasi-random phenomena in physical systems, stochastic simulations/processes, as well as optimization algorithms. Practitioners in these fields have written a great deal of simulation code to help understand the configurations and scaling limits of both the physically observed and computational phenomena. However, mathematically rigorous theories to support the simulation results and to explain their limiting behavior are still in their infancy.

The goal of this conference is to bring together established and early-career researchers to discuss a range of topics from low-dimensional topology. It is part of the trimester programme on Topology at the Hausdorff Institute for Mathematics running from September-December, 2016.

The main aim of the school is, on one hand, to provide participants with modern methods of ergodic theory and topological dynamics oriented towards applications in number theory and combinatorics, and, on the other hand, to present them with a broad spectrum of number theory problems that can be treated with the use of such tools.

The International Conference on Modeling, Simulation and Control 2016 will take place in San Francisco, USA, 19-21 October, 2016. The conference ICMSC'16 is held under the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science WCECS 2016. The WCECS 2016 is organized by the International Association of Engineers (IAENG), a non-profit international association for the engineers and the computer scientists. The congress has the focus on the frontier topics in the theoretical and applied engineering and computer science subjects. The last IAENG conference has attracted more than five hundred participants from over 30 countries. All submitted papers will be under peer review and accepted papers will be published in the conference proceeding (ISBN: 978-988-14047-1-8). The abstracts will be indexed and available at major academic databases. The accepted papers will also be considered for publication in the special issues of the journal Engineering Letters, in IAENG journals.

The Centre de recherches mathématiques (CRM) is organizing several networking events within the framework of the Institutes Innovation Platform (IIP), an initiative of the NSERC.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to studying rationality and existence of rational subvarieties in positive characteristic.

The main objective of ICMCTI-2016 is to bring together young and senior researchers, engineers and scientists in the fields of various branches of Engineering, Natural, and Physical Sciences. We invite full paper written in English, prepared with MS-Word (New Times Roman, 12 font) in single column format within 8 pages to be sent to icmcti@uit.buruniv.ac.in. Please mention `ICMCTI-2016 Submission' as the subject of the e-mail. Last date of receiving the full length paper is September 16, 2016. Notification of acceptance will be made by September 30, 2016. Selected number of presented full length papers (after a peer review process) will be published in the Proceedings of ICMCTI-2016 under the banner of internationally reputed publishing house. The corresponding announcement in this regard will be made in due course of time.

A four-day workshop with research-level talks on the latest advances in the geometry of mapping class groups and Out$(F_n)$, and spaces on which they act.

The 4thICCDS'2016 is jointly organized by Ibn-Zohr University (Morocco), Le Havre University (France), Tobb University (Turkey), and United Arab Emirates University (United Arab Emirates). The 4th ICCDS'2016 Conference will maintain the diversity and breadth of topics that have traditionally characterized the three successful conferences previously held in Turkey, namely: KDS2012 (Ankara, October 2012), KDS2013 (Istanbul, October 2013), and CDSS2014 (Ankara, November 2014).

Lectures on "Enumerative geometry and geometric representation theory" This is a lecture series in honor of Lars Ahlfors (1907-1996) who was William Caspar Graustein Professor of Mathematics at Harvard University from 1946 to 1977. Ahlfors won the fields medal in 1936 and the Wolf prize in 1981.

The aim of the workshop is to bring together scientists working on the mathematical and physical aspects of nonlinear optics. Topics will include nonlinear propagation in inhomogeneous and random media modeled by nonlinear dispersive PDEs with applications to laser filamentation, ultrashort pulses, and quantum effects. It will emphasize an interdisciplinary approach, ranging from rigorous analysis to asymptotics and numerical methods, as well as experimental research. In addition to problems of current interest, one of the goals will be to identify future research directions.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will examine new and different methods for optimizing transit efficiencies and estimating new transit services in emerging or underserved markets using applied mathematical research for the area served by the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). The major goal will be to define an efficient service based on optimizing a discreet set of constraints driven by systematic mathematical methodologies and analysis, developing a system responsive to meeting travel demands based on a transit route structure unfettered by past route structures, historical service patterns or institutional constraints.

Mini conference on Geometry and Lie Theory, with its applications to classical and quantum mechanics, in celebration of the seventieth birthday of Eldar Straume.

Department of Mathematics T.D.P.G. College, Jaunpur and Ramanujan Society of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences are going to organize "Interdisciplinary National Conference on Recent Trend of Research in Mathematics and Applications in Diverse Field," during November 3-5, 2016. The aim of the Conference is to bring together Mathematicians, Scientists and Research scholars from different parts of the Country for exchange of ideas and latest developments in Physical Sciences and analysis. Kindly send the topic of your talk/abstract of paper latest by October 20, 2016 on e-mails: snsp39@yahoo.com; snsp39@gmail.com. You are requested to kindly forward this mail/message among your colleagues/young research scholars/faculty members and on your departmental notice board for its wide circulations.

Ramanujan Society of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences and Department of Mathematics T.D.P.G. College, Jaunpur are going to organize one week "National Workshop on Treasure of Great Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan," during November 3-7, 2016. The aim of the workshop is to bring together mathematicians and research scholars from different parts of the country for exchange of ideas and latest developments in special functions and analysis. Expected topics to be covered in this conference are Hypergeometric Series, Orthogonal polynomials, Partition theory, Continued fractions, Combinatory analysis and topics related to the work of great Indian Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Kindly send the topic of your talk/abstract of paper latest by October 20, 2016 on e-mail: snsp39@gmail.com. You are requested to kindly forward this mail/message among your colleagues/young research scholars/faculty members and on your departmental notice board for its wide circulations.

The Texas Geometry and Topology Conference is dedicated to the enhancement of both the educational and the research atmosphere of the community of geometers and topologists in Texas and surrounding states. The conference is committed to the strengthening and enrichment of the mathematics personnel base. Graduate students, junior faculty, women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged to participate.

The National Alliance for Doctoral Studies in the Mathematical Sciences is pleased to announce the Tenth Annual Mathematical Field of Dreams Conference. This year the conference will be held at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel Â— St. Louis, MO. The Conference brings together faculty in the mathematical sciences with students from backgrounds underrepresented in those fields. This will be an exciting weekend that will provide something for everyone. Further description of the activities of the conference can be found at the website.

Mini-conference celebrating the 60th birthday of Arkady Vaintrob, Department of Mathematics, University of Oregon, November 5-6, 2016 Organizing committee: P. Etingof (MIT), A. Kleshchev (UO), V. Ostrik (UO), A. Polishchuk (UO). Speakers: R. Bezrukavnikov (MIT), B. Elias (UO), A. Kleshchev (UO), E. Larson (MIT), D. Vaintrob (IAS), A. Givental (Berkeley), V. Ostrik (UO), V. Serganova (Berkeley), A. Polishchuk (UO), J. Tevelev (UMass).

The primary objective of the conference is to promote research and education in the field of differential equations by providing a joint forum where a wide range of topics in differential equations can be discussed among established mathematicians, recent Ph. D. recipients, and graduate students. The conference will feature 4 plenary talks from eminent mathematicians and several contributed sessions. Funding from the National Science Foundation has been requested to provide travel support for advanced graduate students and recent Ph.D. recipients. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to participate in this conference and to apply for support.

The 20th Midrasha Mathematicae, dedicated to the 60th birthday of Alex Lubotzky, will take place at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies on November 6 - November 11, 2016. It will include lectures from leading mathematicians in several fields in group theory.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of problems at the interface of polyhedral geometry and partition theory. Recent results have demonstrated that polyhedral geometry is a powerful tool connecting problems in lattice point enumeration, permutation statistics, and partition theory.

This workshop is part of the 2016/17 IAS program on Homological Mirror Symmetry.

Mathematics has been vital to the development of civilization. From ancient to modern times Mathematics has been fundamental to advances in Science, Engineering and Philosophy. Developments in modern mathematics have been driven by a number of motivations that can be categorized in the solution of a difficult problem and the creation of new theory enlarging the field of application of mathematics. Specially fixed point theory is an active area of research with wide range of applications in various directions. 19th Annual Conference of Vijnana Parishad of India on "Recent Advances in Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences and their Applications" with a symposium on "Fixed Point Theory and Applications"(Dedicated to Professor S.L. Singh) will surely provide an opportunity for interaction among the young researchers and renowned academicians of the country. The academic program of the conference will open new vistas on applications of Mathematics to various discipline.

The requirements demands in problem solving have been increasingly in demand in exponential way. The new technologies in computer science and engineering have reduced the dimension of data coverage worldwide. Thus the recent inventions in ICT have inched towards reducing the gaps, and coverage of domains globally. The digging of information in a large data, and the soft-computing techniques have contributed a strength in prediction, analysis, and decision potentials in the niche areas such as Computer Science, Engineering, Management, Social Computing, Green Computing, Aviation, Finance, Telecom etc. Nurturing the research in Engineering and Computing are evident that finding a right pattern in the ocean of data.

The ICCSEAS 2016 Conference offers a great opportunity to bring together professors, researchers, scientists, engineers, academician, and scholars around the globe a great platform to deliver the latest innovative research result and the most recent development and trends in Computer Science, all kinds of engineering and applied sciences field.

The conference accepts papers from all areas, in recognition of Dr. Bachman's willingness to advise students. Abstracts should be submitted no later than Sept. 25, 2016. Abstracts for submitted for papers that are not presented at the conference will also be accepted. We encourage graduate students to consider submitting to the conference

Collective quasiparticle states (molecular orbitals, plasmons, phonons, polarons, excitons, etc.) are often employed to study and understand many particle systems in quantum mechanics (especially in extended systems). Can machine learning (ML) techniques generate such quasiparticle states or approximations thereof, given only the atomistic Hamiltonian as an input and macroscopic observables as an output? On a larger scale and going toward materials design (materials genomics): How can one generate the necessary and sufficient data to use ML approaches to infer the important collective variables (materials genes, scaling relations, etc.)? This workshop will gather experts in electronic structure methods together with mathematicians and computer scientists who are interested in or have already been applying ML methods in physics, chemistry, and materials sciences.

ICCST 2016 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Computer Technology and Science. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

The winter school aims to provide an introduction to the mathematical theory of open quantum systems. Open quantum systems is a fascinating subject which has undergone a rapid development over the last fifteen years and where the basic mathematical principles only finally has begun to shape. It lies at the junction of many mathematical disciplines such as functional analysis, operator algebras, spectral theory, stochastic processes, and statistical quantum mechanics and for this reason is not easy to master. Moreover, numerous applications in the natural sciences are characteristic of this subject. The program will consist of four main lecture series delivered by leading experts in their respective fields. Additionally, there will be time for discussions and short presentations by the participants. The school mainly addresses doctoral students and young researches, but it is open to anyone who wants to get acquainted with the mathematical foundations of this beautiful theory.

I.T.S — Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified and NAAC Accredited ‘A' grade institute. Established in 1995, the institute is part of professionally managed I.T.S - The Education Group offering twenty under graduate, post graduate, and doctoral programs in the field of IT, engineering, management, dental, pharmacy, and paramedical education through its four campuses, eight institutes, with strong base of 800+ faculty members and over 10,000 students. The Conference aims at creating a competent forum to bring academicians, researchers, industry professionals, and policy makers from all across the world to bring together and share their experience, work, research outcomes, and government initiatives from various parts of the world on a global forum. We are confident that this would be an unique opportunity for all to meet, interact, learn, share, and exchange the knowledge and information and shall create avenues for collaborative research in future.

ICCSEA 2016 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in computer Engineering, Information Science and communications.

"Mal'tsev Meeting" is a series of annual conferences on algebra, mathematical logic, and their applications in computer science. In 2016, the meeting will be dedicated to the 70th birthdays of Professors Nikolai S. Romanovskii and Valerii A. Churkin. The organisers invite specialists in group theory, ring theory, universal algebra and model theory, computability theory, nonclassical logics, and theoretical computer science to contribute and to participate.

Taking advantage of Professor Norman Dancer's 70th birthday, this conference will bring together leading international researchers on nonlinear partial differential equations, as well as Australian researchers, in particular junior researchers, to report and discuss recent developments, exchange ideas and foster/strengthen collaborations. The conference will focus on new developments in several themes of nonlinear partial differential equations and their applications, especially those on which Professor Dancer has made significant contributions. They include nonlinear elliptic and parabolic equations, the calculus of variations, and applications in physics, biology and geometry.

This workshop focuses on building bridges by developing a unified point of view and by emphasizing cross-fertilization of ideas and techniques from geometry, topology, and combinatorics. New experimental evidence is crucial to this goal. The workshop emphasizes the computational and algorithmic aspects of the problems in topics including: Concentration of maps and isoperimetry of waists in discrete setting, configuration Space/Test Map scheme and theorems of Tverbeg type, Equipartitions of measures, social choice, van Kampen-Haefliger-Weber theory for maps of simplicial complexes, combinatorics of homotopy colimits, and discrete Morse theory.

This workshop brings together Australian and international researchers interested in theoretical and applied areas of dynamical systems, ergodic theory and probability, with expertise in topics such as hyperbolic dynamics, thermodynamic formalism, statistical properties of dynamical systems, quantum ergodicity, infinite-dimensional ergodic theory, stochastic processes, data assimilation and computational dynamics.

Bioinformatics is an exciting, fast-moving area, analysing and simulating the structures and processes of biological systems. AMSI BioInfoSummer 2016 provides bioinformatics training to students, researchers and other professionals working in related areas, with both specialist lectures, as well as hands-on workshops, including computing and wet lab sessions. Hosted by the University of Adelaide, join us and hear from leading international guests; Orly Alter, Simon Anders, Mingyao Li, Stephen Turner, and Zia Yang, along with prominent Australian speakers at this years event.

The main objective of ICMAA 2016 is to bring mathematicians from various parts of the world working in topics related to the conference, to interact with each other and to exchange ideas. ICMAA serves as an excellent platform to inculcate research interest among young minds on recent topics of Mathematical Analysis. The SIAM Activity group on Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions (SIAG-OPSF) is also involved in the Conference. All topics related to Mathematical Analysis and its applications will be covered with special sessions on Orthogonal Polynomials and Special Functions, Geometric Function Theory and Analysis of PDEs. SIAM has agreed to sponsor two Ph.D. students and two early-career researchers from US-Institutions by means of travel grants. Further details on the topics to be covered, Invited speakers, submission of papers, Registration and other deadlines kindly visit the website.

A short workshop in Integrable Systems, with the goal is to bring together mathematicians working in the area in order to better foster the exchange of ideas, and to encourage collaborations among diverse groups within the community.

The International Conference on Cryptology & Malicious Security hosted in Malaysia (Mycrypt 2016) is the first of its kind, in the sense of focus on thinking outside the box for cryptology & security. In recent years, substantial breakthroughs have been made in crypto, including notions pertaining to malicious security, i.e. where security is no longer just against bad guys but where good guys who are conventionally viewed as mostly defensive can equally be adversarial. The time is now ripe to focus on paradigm-shifting crypto research & thinking outside the current box.

Big data and data science are topics of the moment. Among the raft of conferences on these subjects few have a clear focus on the underpinning theoretical methodologies to maximise the information that can be extracted in the presence of inherent uncertainties, sampling bias, data streams, data linkage and all of the other specific features of so-called big data applications. This conference will showcase work by young and established researchers advancing the state-of-the-art on a rigorous mathematical basis. Alongside new methodology there will be application strands led by industry to showcase the power of mathematical approaches in practical applications. Each session will feature an invited talk by an expert speaker who will review an advanced area of current research.

The Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society will be held by the Mathematical Sciences Institute at the Australian National University from the December 5-8, 2016. Prominent international and domestic speakers will present at the event.

The application of machine learning (ML) to the computer simulation of materials has features that are somewhat uncommon in ML: the data is often free of noise, in principle unlimited amounts of data are available at known unit cost, and there is often considerable freedom in choosing data locations. This calls for the close examination of which ML strategies are best, and what their ultimate limitations are in practice. Can we create ML models of arbitrary accuracy? How can recent advances in on-line or active learning be utilized? What can more classical statistical interpolation methods contribute? This workshop will broadly address the reaches and limitations of ML as applied to the modeling of physical systems and highlight examples where physical models can be successfully combined or even derived from ML algorithms. The application deadline is Monday, October 10, 2016.

The application of machine learning (ML) to the computer simulation of materials has features that are somewhat uncommon in ML: the data is often free of noise; in principle, unlimited amounts of data are available at known unit cost, and there is often considerable freedom in choosing data locations. This calls for the close examination of which ML strategies are best, and what their ultimate limitations are in practice. Can we create ML models of arbitrary accuracy? How can recent advances in online or active learning be utilised? What can more classical statistical interpolation methods contribute? Traditional, non-data-intensive models in the physical sciences are "extrapolative"; i.e., the parameters are determined by observing limited data in some domain, and the models are tested in extended or even wholly different domains, and the performance of such models is evaluated according to how well they do in such a situation.

This workshop, sponsored by AIM and the NSF, will be devoted to the study of V. Lafforgue's groundbreaking work on the automorphic implies Galois direction of the Langlands conjecture for reductive groups over global function fields.

The main theme of the workshop is the spectrum of analytic properties running from Kazhdan's property (T) at one end to von Neumann's amenability at the other, which forms a foundational organizing structure for infinite groups and spaces. These properties can be described both analytically, via unitary representation theory, and geometrically, using embedding properties for discrete spaces. Connections with probability and combinatorics will likewise be addressed during the meeting.

The aim of the conference is to bring together learned mathematicians, scientists, engineers, researchers from industry and research scholars working in the different areas of mathematics. This will provide a platform for exchange of ideas regarding the research findings and new advances in mathematics in the wide area of mathematics, sciences and engineering and to discuss the practical challenges encountered in the different domains of applications and the solutions adopted thereto. Further, it will provide an opportunity to enhance collaboration among researchers not only from the various parts of the country but also with those from abroad.

International Conference Geometric Analysis and Control Theory will take place in Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, Russia, December, 8-12, 2016. The conference has been organized by the Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SB RAS and International Mathematics Center. The aim of the event is to invite researchers from different places for reporting recent progress and discussing further problems appearing at the intersection of analysis, geometry, and applications. Arising complicated applied problems of physics, technology and economics lead to necessity of creation of new fundamental concepts of (sub)riemannian geometry and geometric analysis, and inventing new methods to solve them. Our aim is to provide an opportunity for both experts and young researchers to discuss their results and to start new collaboration.

The main objective of ICAMTPBCS-2016 is to promote mathematical research and to focus the recent advances in the applications of Mathematics in Topological Dynamics, Physical, Biological and Chemical Systems. Thrust Areas of ICAMTPBCS-2016 are Analysis; Topological Dynamics; Fluid Mechanics and Plasma; Geometric Analysis; Complex Phenomena in Physical, Chemical and Biological Systems; Stochastic Process and its Applications; Numerical Techniques and Simulations; Information Theory and Cryptography. Those who want to present paper in the conference must send the extended abstract within 500 words, written in English, prepared with MS-Word (New Times Roman, 12 font) to cmsconf@gmail.com. Please mention Â‘ICAMTPBCS-2016 Abstract Submission' as the subject of the email. Last date of receiving the extended abstract is 31st August, 2016. Notification of acceptance will be made by 16th September, 2016. Phone No.: +91-33-23378882/+91-33-4064 7875

This workshop gathers Australian and international researchers in the areas of geometric analysis and geometric and nonlinear partial differential equations, ranging from geometric variational problems such as minimal surfaces, harmonic maps and the theory of optimal mass transport, to geometric flows such as mean curvature flow and Ricci flow, and aspects of geometric PDE including eigenvalue problems and isoperimetric inequalities.

All the scientists and researchers who are working on dynamical systems and geometric theories are invited to participate in this conference by presenting a talk in it.

Signal processing constitutes an important area for the application of mathematical concepts and techniques fuelled, for example, by developments in mobile communications, networks, multimedia system, genomics and bioengineering, neural signal processing, big data processing and internet of things. The aim of the conference is to bring together mathematicians, statisticians and engineers with a view to exploring recent developments and identifying fruitful avenues for further research. It is hoped that the meeting will help to attract more mathematicians into this important and challenging field. Invited Speakers: Prof. Mike Davies, University of Edinburgh Prof. Sangarapillai Lambotharan, Loughborough University Dr. Miguel Rodrigues, University College London

This workshop will bring together researchers interested in the mathematical and numerical modeling of optical phenomena, especially spectral problems arising in photonics involving dispersion relations and band structures, eigenfunctions, and scattering resonances. Specific areas of focus will include: (i) efficient computational methods for scattering and spectral problems and (ii) properties and optimal design of extreme materials and photonic devices. These problems arise in the study of photonic crystals and periodic media, diffraction gratings, metamaterials, graphene and related materials with Dirac points, and cloaking devices.

The 40th Australasian Conference on Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing (40ACCMCC) will be held at the University of Newcastle's city campus, from 12th to December 16, 2016. 40ACCMCC will follow a similar format to previous conferences in the ACCMCC annual series, which is overseen by the Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia (CMSA) and began in 1972.

In behalf of organization committee, We would like to welcome you to Workshop on control, inverse problems and stabilization of infinite systems to be held at Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakesh. The theme and the courses offered by the workshop will carry on control, inverse problems and stabilization of linear and nonlinear partial differential equations. Specifically, various latest techniques and their applications to concrete physical models will be presented; and the interface between control and inverse problems will be discussed. The organization of this workshop is motivated by the potential and quality of research students and researchers in the field of control and stabilization of partial differential equations we have in the Maghreb countries, in particular in Morocco. This workshop will essentially provide our North African and Moroccan students additional training in the topics selected by the workshop. Moreover, it is an opportunity to discuss potential research collaborations not only with our international colleagues but also among Maghrebian young researchers.

The conference is aimed at interactions between ergodic theory, dynamical systems and number theory. The main subjects are: disjointness in ergodic theory and randomness in number theory, ergodic theory and combinatorial number theory, and homogenous dynamics and its applications.

Recent advances in Operator Theory and Operator Algebras-2016 (OTOA-2016) to be held at Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, during December 13-22, 2016. This conference is a continuation of the earlier conferences and workshops on Operator theory and Operator algebras held in Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore. OTOA-2016 aims bringing experts and researches from around the world, including postdocs and advanced doctoral students,to share their recent findings related to the various fields of Functional Analysis, Operator Theory, Operator Algebras and related fields. The meeting will start with a workshop during December 13-17, 2016 followed by a conference during December 19-22, 2016. \mchead{Programme} (i) Workshop part - December 13 till December 17, 2016.(ii) Conference part - December 19 till December 22 noon, 2016. The Conference encourages and promotes excellence of young mathematicians.

The Indian Mathematics Consortium (TIMC) was founded earlier this year (2015), with a mission "To provide a unified face to all societies or similar bodies in India and to bring them under an over-arching consortium, through voluntary acceptance of membership, regular participation in joint regional programmes such as the teacher-training programs, developing networking, and unitedly dealing with the mathematical organizations from abroad." This is the first major event being organized by TIMC in co-operation with an organization from outside India.newline Eight plenary talks by distinguished mathematicians and about 15 Symposia on themes of current interest in mathematical research are being planned for the meeting. These will be supplemented by various other activities, including a session focusing on women mathematicians, another on Undergraduate and Graduate education, panel discussions on topics of general interest, short technical presentations, poster presentations etc.

Conference Theme: "Teaching and Learning Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering through Technology" The ATCM 2016 is an international conference to be held in Pattaya Thailand that will continue addressing technology-based issues in all Mathematical Sciences. Thanks to advanced technological tools such as computer algebra systems (CAS), interactive and dynamic geometry, and hand-held devices, the effectiveness of our teaching and learning, and the horizon of our research in mathematics and its applications continue to grow rapidly. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for educators, researchers, teachers and experts in exchanging information regarding enhancing technology to enrich mathematics learning, teaching and research at all levels. English is the official language of the conference. ATCM averagely attracts 350 participants representing over 30 countries around the world. Be sure to submit your abstracts or full papers in time at conferencereview.com

This conference will gather leading experts in the areas of mathematical physics, topological recursion, and low-dimensional topology to address recent advances and explore new connections between these fields. The theme of the first week December 14-17 is Quantum Invariants and Low-Dimensional Topology and the theme of the second week December 19-23 is Topological Recursion and Modularity. Interested participants should apply to MATRIX office@matrix-inst.org.au for an invitation to participate. NSF funding for travel is available for some US based participants, particularly early career researchers.

SPACE 2016 is the sixth in this series of conferences which started in 2011. This annual event is devoted to various aspects of security, privacy, applied cryptography, and cryptographic engineering. SPACE 2016 is being organized by C.R.Rao Advanced Institute of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, Hyderabad-India (AIMSCS). The conference will include invited tutorials and keynote talks from world-renowned experts. The conference will be accompanied by two days of tutorials aiming at Master's and Ph.D. students featuring lectures in the mornings and practical sessions in the afternoon.

ICCNSCE 2016 is to bring together researchers from both network systems and Communication Engineering with the aim of encouraging the exchange of ideas and experience between these two communities. It will represent an international forum to give an overview of the most recent trends. In the past decade, our network infrastructures have undergone radical changes.

The second conference on Statistical methods in finance aims to expose the participants to new and active areas of research in financial mathematics and to form working groups of researchers. The conference will be held jointly by Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI) and Indian Statistical Institute - Chennai Center.

The conference is dedicated to 80th anniversary of Dmitry Anosov (1936‒2014). It is focused on wide scope of problems of modern dynamics ‒ and first of all, on hyperbolic dynamics, for which D.V. Anosov was one of the founding fathers. The conference program will include invited plenary talks and a poster session (open call).

The Department of Statistics of Calcutta University, established in 1941 with Professor P. C. Mahalanobis as the head, is the oldest department in Asia to offer a post-graduate course in statistics. The department celebrates its Platinum Jubilee Year in 2016 with a three-day International Conference on Applications of Statistics. The conference will offer a common platform to statisticians engaged in research on applied aspects of Statistics, to interact and exchange ideas. This conference will mainly focus on the following six thrust areas: (i) Design of Experiments in Agriculture and Industry (ii) Survey sampling and Official Statistics (iii) Biostatistics (iv) Applications of Statistics in Social Sciences (v) Applications of Statistics in Industry (vi) Applications of Statistics in Physical Sciences. The "Applications of Statistics in Industry" Session will be organized as a special session in memory of Late Professor Purnendu Kumar Bose.

The main objective of the conference is to bring specialized topics in mathematics, statistics, computer science, information technology, bioinformatics, nano technology and closely related interdisciplinary areas to the forefront. Original full papers are invited. All papers are to be screened and accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of IMBIC, Volume (2016), having ISBN 978-81-925832-4-2, except for a few full scientific papers of high quality, which may be published by Springer in the form of a Monograph. Many scientists from India, USA, Japan, Canada, Sweden, France, Germany, Finland, Australia, Russia, Egypt, Mexico, Algeria, Botswana, Korea, South Africa and many other countries participated in the earlier conferences. Contact: All correspondences in respect to the conference are to be addressed to Dr. Avishek Adhikari, Convenor MSAST 2016 & Secretary, IMBIC; email: msast.paper@gmail.com; website: www.isical.ac.in/~avishek_r/

The first conference, KICM2016, of this kind will be on December 22-25, 2016 and the topics of this conference are "Number Theory, Graph Theory and Applications". This conference is to be held in conjunction with the seventh conference in Number Theory and Classical Analysis, a national conference held annually by universities in Thailand. (Number Theory, Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Discrete Mathematics)

This conference covers a wide range of fields in science and engineering innovation and aims to bring together engineering technology expertise. The professional from the industry, academia and government to discourse on research and development, professional practice, business and management in the science and engineering fields are welcome to the ICTILT 2016.

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