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SUMMARY:Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics
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DESCRIPTION:Thematic Program on\nSpectral Theory and Mathematical Physics\
n\nFebruary – December\, 2021\n\n\nVideo recordings of the talks are now
available on the event web-pages.\n\n\nThe program is devoted to spectral
theory and its applications. The spectral theory is one of the domains wh
ere the Saint Petersburg mathematical school is traditionally very strong\
, the names of L.D.Faddeev\, M.S.Birman and V.S.Buslaev are among the name
s of the world-known leaders in the field.\n\nThe program schedule and the
book of abstracts are now available: STMP21 Schedule and STMP21 Book of A
bstracts.\n\nThe meetings were held offline in the Leonhard Euler Internat
ional Mathematical Institute (Pesochnaya nab. 10\, St. Petersburg\, Russia
). The talks were recorded and the videos are posted on the event web-page
s.\n\nActivities\n\n\n\n\n\n Online Mini-Courses\n 2–26 November\, 2020\
n Seminar in Spectral Theory and Related Topics\n February–December\, 20
21\n Seminar in Mathematical Physics\n February–December\, 2021\n Offlin
e Mini-Courses\n 11–18 June\, 2021\n Asymptotic Methods in Mathematical
Physics Conference\n dedicated to the memory of V.S.Buslaev\n 20–22 June
\, 2021\n St. Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\n dedicated to the
memory of M.Sh.Birman\n 23–26 June\, 2021\n Summer School in Spectral T
heory\n 27–30 June\, 2021\n\n\nTentative List of Long-Term Visitors\n\n\
n Denis Borisov • Institute of Mathematics UFRC RAS\, Russia\n Mid-May
–June\n Sergey Dobrokhotov • Moscow Institute of Physics and Technol
ogy\n October\n Alexander Its • IUPUI\, USA & St. Petersburg Universi
ty\, Russia\n June\n Ilya Kachkovskiy • Michigan State University\, US
A\n August–Sepetember\n Frédéric Klopp • IMJ-PRG\, Sorbonne Univer
sité\, France\n TBC\n Marcin Moszyński • Uniwersytet Warszawski\, Po
land\n June\n Vladimir Nazaikinskii • Ishlinsky Institute for Problems
in Mechanics RAS\, Russia\n June\n Leonid Pastur • ILT Kharkiv\, Ukra
ine\n September–Mid-November\n Andrey Piatnitski • UiT The Arctic uni
versity of Norway\n 26/05–10/07\n Alexander Pushnitski • King's Coll
ege London\, UK\n Fall\n Valery Smyshlyaev • University College London\
, UK\n 13/07–13/08\n Alexander Sobolev • University College London\,
UK\n TBC\n Dmitri Yafaev • University of Rennes 1\, France & St. Pete
rsburg University\, Russia\n TBC\n Elena Zhizhina • Institute for Info
rmation Transmission Problems\, Russia\n 26/05–10/07\n\n\nOrganizing Com
mittee\n\n\n Alexander Fedotov • St. Petersburg University\, Russia\n
Nikolai Filonov • PDMI RAS\, Russia\n Alexander Its • IUPUI\, USA
& St. Petersburg University\, Russia\n Alexander Sobolev • University
College London\, UK\n Nikita Senik • St. Petersburg University\, Russi
a\n Tatiana Suslina • St. Petersburg University\, Russia\n Dmitri Yafa
ev • University of Rennes 1\, France & St. Petersburg University\, Rus
sia\n\n\nInstitutions\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathemati
cal Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler Internationa
l Mathematical Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.
Petersburg State University\n\n\nThe program is supported by a grant from
the Government of the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 an
d 075-15-2019-1620\, and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indic
o.eimi.ru/event/111/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/111/
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SUMMARY:Geometric and Mathematical Analysis\, and Weak Geometric Structure
s
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DESCRIPTION:Thematic program "Geometric and Mathematical Analysis\, and We
ak Geometric Structures"\n\nMarch 23 – December 23\, 2021\n\nThis themat
ic program will be focused upon several areas of current mathematics resea
rch very closely interrelated between each other and having deep common ro
ots in geometric measure theory (GMT):\n\n\n Shape optimization problems a
nd geometric analysis: minimal surfaces (with respect to various notions o
f surface area/perimeter including nonlocal ones) and related problems\, c
lusters of soap bubbles\, problems with prescribed curvature\, the Steiner
problem and transportation networks\, as well as applications of shape op
timization in image analysis (e.g. Mumford-Shah problem and similar) and m
echanics (e.g. eigenvalue or compliance optimization or ground states of S
chrödinger equation).\n Weak geometric structures related to GMT\, such a
s currents\, as well as those arising in optimal mass transportation and t
he study of geometry of highly irregular metric measure spaces\, in partic
ular those without any differentiable structure\, with applications to the
analysis of PDEs with very low regularity (e.g. weak and/or or probabilis
tic notions of flows\, or “differential equations” with “purely nond
ifferentiable”\, for instance just Hölder continuous unknowns\, like th
ose in Rough paths theory) and to some modern harmonic analysis problems.\
n Purely geometric problems involving weak geometric structures\, like ext
ensions of Frobenius theorem either to irregular differential forms or dis
tributions of planes or to weaker notions of surfaces like De Rham current
s\; extensions of Chow-Rachevsky theorem to irregular vector fields or flo
ws\; applications to sub-Riemannian geometry\, geometric control theory an
d dynamical systems.\n\n\nThe idea is to explore the deep connections betw
een the above mentioned areas of research and to make them more comprehens
ible and attractive to both international and local mathematical\ncommunit
y.\n\n\nMinicourses\n\nIf you plan to attend minicourses please register h
ere.\n\n\n "Geometric flows of networks" by Matteo Novaga (Università di
Pisa) and Alessandra Pluda (Università di Pisa)\, March 23 – April
1\, 2021\n "Loops and Bubbles" by Roberta Musina (Università di Udine)\
, April 13 – April 21\, 2021\n "Gabor analysis for rational functions" b
y Yurii S. Belov (St. Petersburg State University)\, April 14 – May 26\,
2021\n "One-dimensional optimization problems" by Emanuele Paolini (Univ
ersità di Pisa)\, May 11 – May 19\, 2021\n "Mathematics and application
s of manifold learning: reconstructing hidden geometric structures in the
data" by Serguei Barannikov (Skoltech and CNRS)\, Sergey Nechaev (CNRS)\,
Vladimir Spokoiny (WIAS) and Dario Trevisan (Università di Pisa)\, d
ates TBA\n "Sobolev vector fields and their flows" by Elia Brué (IAS) an
d Dario Trevisan (Università di Pisa)\, dates TBA\n\n\n\nConferences\n\n
\n \n 30th St.Petersburg Summer Meeting in Mathematical Analysis\, July 1
– 6\, 2021\n \n\n\n\nOrganizers\n\n\n Roberta Musina\, Università di Ud
ine\n Matteo Novaga\, Università di Pisa\n Eugene Stepanov\, PDMI RAS\n D
ario Trevisan\, Università di Pisa\n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in t
he organization of the event\n\n\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematic
al Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Saint-Petersburg State University\n St.
Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academ
y of Sciences\n\n\nThe program is supported by a grant from the Government
of the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-
1620\, and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/even
t/278/
LOCATION:443 726 1792 (Zoom)
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/278/
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SUMMARY:Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poisson Geometry
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DESCRIPTION:Thematic Program "Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poisson Ge
ometry"\n\nDATES TO BE CONFIRMED\n\nModuli spaces have many non-trivial co
nnections to other areas of mathematics: combinatorics\, dynamics\, integr
able systems and Poisson geometry\, to name a few. Among most celebrated r
esults over the last 30 years one can mention several proofs of Witten’s
conjecture about intersection numbers of ψ-classes (Kontsevich\, Mirzakh
ani and others)\, computation of Euler’s characteristics of moduli space
s (Harer-Zagier)\, development of the higher Teichmüller theory (Fock\, G
oncharov) and its links with cluster algebras and associated Poisson struc
tures (Fomin\, Zelevinsky).\n\nThe research problems central for the progr
am are:\n\n\n Establishing a relationship between meandric systems (pairs
of transversal multicurves) on higher genus surfaces and square-tiled surf
aces.\n Study of the large genus asymptotics of the numbers of meandric sy
stems of given topological type.\n Computation of Masur-Veech volumes of l
ower dimensional strata in the moduli space of quadratic differentials.\n
Obtaining a relation of the distribution of geodesic multicurves to Masur-
Veech volumes.\n Establishing a relation between Joyce’s structures by B
ridgeland to Frobenius manifolds and topological recursion formalism.\n De
scription the complete WKB expansion of the generating function of monodro
my symplectomorphism for second order differential equations on Riemann su
rfaces with second order poles and establishing the link to topological re
cursion formalism.\n Application of the WKB formalism to general isomonodr
omic tau-function and embed it into the topological recursion framework. G
eneralization to higher genus using the formalism of Krichever and Bertola
-Malgrange.\n Construction of the dilogarithm line bundle over SL(2\, R) c
luster variety associated to the canonical symplectic form over the moduli
spaces of bordered Riemann surfaces\; description of the Bohr-Sommerfeld
symplectic leaves and their quantization.\n\n\n\nThe following activities
will be organised during the program:\n\n\n conference "Combinatorics of M
oduli Spaces\, Cluster Algebras and Topological Recursion"\, June 13 –
17\, 2022\n summer school "Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poisson Geom
etry"\, DATES TBC\n conference "Geometry and Dynamics of Moduli Spaces"\
, August 1 – 5\, 2022 \n a number of minicourses given by invited vis
itors\n\n\n\nTentative list of minicourse lecturers includes:\n\n\n \n \n
Amol Aggarwal\, Harvard University\n Nicolai Reshetikhin\, Universit
y of California\,\n \n \n Anton Alekseev\, University of Geneva\n B
erkeley Michael Shapiro\, Michigan State University\n \n \n Gaëtan
Borot\, Max Planck Institute for Mathematics\n Leon Takhtajan\, Stony B
rook University and EIMI\n \n \n Vladimir Fock\, University of Strasb
ourg\n Richard Wentworth\, University of Maryland \n \n \n Sergey
Fomin\, University of Michigan\n Don Zagier\, Max Planck Institute for
Mathematics\n \n \n Martin Möller\, Goethe University\n Anton Zori
ch\, Skoltech and IMJ – PRG\n \n \n Alexey Rosly\, Skoltech\n
Dimitri Zvonkine (CNRS) (to be confirmed)\n \n \n\n\n \n\n\nOrganizers
:\n\n\n Dmitry Korotkin\, Concordia University and Centre de Recherches Ma
thématiques\n Peter Zograf\, PDMI RAS and St. Petersburg University\n\n\n
\nInstitutions participating in the organization of the event:\n\n\n St. P
etersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy
of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint
Petersburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg State University\n\n\n
The program is supported by a grant from the Government of the Russian Fed
eration\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620\, and by a gra
nt from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/107/
LOCATION: Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pet
ersburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/107/
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SUMMARY:Offline Mini-Courses in Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics
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DESCRIPTION:Offline Mini-Courses\nin Spectral Theory and Mathematical Phys
ics\n\n11 June–22 July\, 2021\n\n\nVideo recordings of the talks are now
available online.\n\n\nThese are mini-courses for the EIMI thematic pro
gram on Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics (rescheduled from 2020 d
ue to COVID-19 pandemic). The target audience includes graduate\, master
and senior bachelor students of any mathematical speciality\; senior resea
rchers are also welcome.\n\nThe meetings will be held in the Leonhard Eul
er International Mathematical Institute (Pesochnaya nab. 10\, St. Petersbu
rg\, Russia).\n\nPlease\, see the timetable page for the schedule.\n\nVide
o recordings of the talks are available on the EIMI YouTube channel.\n\nMa
rcin Moszyński (Uniwersytet Warszawski\, Poland)\nSpectral theory for sel
f-adjoint cyclic operators & its analog for "finitely cyclic" ones with ri
gorous introduction to matrix measure L² spaces\n\n19–22 July\, 2021\n\
nI would like to dedicate this mini course to the memory of my friend Serg
ei Naboko.\n\nThis mini-course is devoted to а rigorous proof of the resu
lt\, called here "x-Multiplication Unitary Equivalence" (abbr.: xMUE) Тhe
orem\, for finitely cyclic self-adjoint operators\, which is an analog of
the "xMUE" Theorem for self-adjoint cyclic operators (most probably*\, it
is one of the Stone's results for cyclic – i.e.\,"simple spectrum" –
operators).\n\nA finitely cyclic operator is a generalisation of a cyclic
operator: the cyclic ("generating") vector is replaced here by a finite s
ystem of vectors (the name an "operator with finite multiplicity of the sp
ectrum" is also used). To do this\, we introduce and rigorously develop so
me foundations of the theory of matrix measure L² spaces\, and we study s
pectral properties of multiplication operators (by scalar functions) in su
ch spaces.\n\nBecause of the "mini" character of the course\, some proofs
will be omitted during the lectures\, but all the details can be found in
the manuscript: Part 1 and Part 2.\n\nLecture 1:\n\n\n Introduction\n A d
etailed proof of the "xMUE" Theorem for self-adjoint cyclic operators\n\n\
nLecture 2:\n\n\n Matrix measure and its trace measure\, and trace density
\n ℂ^d – vectors function space L^(M) with semi-scalar product\, and
its "zero-layer"\n\n\nLecture 3:\n\n\n The L²(M) Hilbert space (completen
ess)\n The subspaces of simple functions and of "smooth" functions (densit
y)\n\n\nLecture 4:\n\n\n Multiplication operators in L²(M)\n Self-adjoint
finitely cyclic operators\n\n\nLecture 5:\n\n\n The spectral matrix measu
re for a self-adjoint operator and a system of vectors\n The canonical spe
ctral transformation\n\n\nLecture 6:\n\n\n Vector polynomials and "xMUE" T
heorem for self-adjoint finitely cyclic operators\n\n\n____\n\n* According
to the opinion of Sergei N.\n\nAlexander Its (IUPUI\, USA & St. Petersbur
g University\, Russia)\nNonlinear saddle point method for the cylindrical
KdF equation\n\n16–18 June\, 2021\n\nWe discuss long time asymptotics of
the solution to a Cauchy problem for the nonlinear cylindrical KdF equati
on. Our method is based on an asymptotic analysis of a matrix Riemann-Hilb
ert problem. We use a well-known version of the nonlinear steepest descent
method.\n\nElena Zhizhina (Institute for Information Transmission Problem
s\, Russia)\nOn periodic homogenization of non-local convolution type oper
ators\n\n11–18 June\, 2021\n\nThe course will focus on periodic homogeni
zation of parabolic and elliptic problems for integral convolution type op
erators\, it is based on recent results obtained in our joint works with A
.Piatnitski.\n\nFirst\, we will consider some models of population dynamic
s\, which can be described in terms of non-local convolution type operator
s. In particular\, we will introduce evolution equations for the dynamics
of the first correlation function (the so-called density of population). W
e will also discuss a number of problems arising in the theory of non-loca
l convolution type operators.\n\nThen we will turn to homogenization of el
liptic equations for non-local operators with a symmetric kernel. We will
show that in the topology of resolvent convergence the family of rescaled
operators converges to a second order elliptic operator with constant coef
ficients. The proof of convergence includes the following steps:\n\n\n con
struction of anzats and deriving the equation on the first corrector\;\n c
onstruction of the limit diffusive operator\;\n justification of the conve
rgence.\n\n\nOur next goal is homogenization of parabolic problems for ope
rators with a non-symmetric kernel. It will be shown that the homogenizati
on result holds in moving coordinates. We will find the corresponding effe
ctive velocity and obtain the limit operator. In the case of small antisym
metric perturbations of a symmetric kernel we will show that the so-called
Einstein relation holds.\n\nReferences:\n\n\n A.Piatnitski\, E.Zhizhina\,
Periodic homogenization of non-local operators with a convolution type ke
rnel\, SIAM J. Math. Anal. Vol. 49\, No. 1\, p. 64-81\, 2017.\n A.Piatnits
ki\, E.Zhizhina\, Homogenization of biased convolution type operators\,
Asymptotic Analysis\, 2019\, Vol. 115\, No. 3-4\, p. 241-262\, doi:10.3233
/ASY-191533\; Arxiv: 1812.00027.\n Yu.Kondratiev\, O.Kutoviy\, S.Pirogov\,
E.Zhizhina\, Invariant measures for spatial contact model in small dimens
ions\, Arxiv: 1812.00795\, 29 November 2018\, Markov Proc. Rel. Fields (20
21)\, to appear.\n\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/360/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/360/
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SUMMARY:[Postponed] Summer school "Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poiss
on Geometry"
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DESCRIPTION:Summer school "Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poisson Geome
try"\n\nDATES TO BE CONFIRMED\n\nThe summer school "Moduli Spaces\, Combin
atorics and Poisson Geometry" is a part of the thematic program “Moduli
Spaces\, Combinatorics and Poisson Geometry” organised by EIMI.\n\n\nOrg
anizing Committee:\n\n\n Dmitry Korotkin\, Concordia University and Centre
de Recherches Mathématiques\n Peter Zograf\, PDMI RAS and St. Petersbur
g University\n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization of the
event:\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute o
f Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical
Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg Stat
e University\n\n\nThe school is supported by a grant from the Government o
f the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-16
20\, and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/
117/
LOCATION: Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pet
ersburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/117/
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SUMMARY:B-theory: European seminar
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DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210708T142000Z
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UID:indico-event-416@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/416/
LOCATION:
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/416/
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SUMMARY:Mini-workshop "Algebraic groups: the White Nights season"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210712T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210716T150000Z
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DESCRIPTION:Mini-workshop "Algebraic groups: the White Nights season"\n\nJ
uly 12 - 16\, 2021\n\nRegistration deadline: 20 June 2021\n\nThe decisio
n on financial support for the participants will be made right after the r
egistration deadline.\n\n\nNowadays the concept of an algebraic group play
s a key role in many branches of mathematics and its applications. The the
ory of algebraic groups includes plenty of deep ideas and results that est
ablish links between different subjects and techniques\, and provides a un
iform approach to completely different problems. There are several active
research groups in Moscow\, Novosibirsk\, Saint Petersburg and Samara work
ing on various aspects of algebraic groups\, and the aim of the conference
is to bring researchers from these groups together and to provide a space
for sharing the results\, exchanging ideas\, and discussing possible futu
re projects. The major part of participants\, including invited speakers\,
will be young researchers.\n\nThe subjects of the event are the structura
l theory of algebraic groups and the theory of algebraic transformation gr
oups. The talks will be devoted to automorphisms of algebraic varieties\,
torus actions\, gradings on algebras\, affine geometry\, locally nilpotent
derivations\, real forms of algebraic groups\, homogeneous spaces\, Galoi
s cohomology\, Poisson structures on Lie algebras\, and invariant theory.\
n\n\nBook of abstracts\n\n\nTentative list of speakers \n\n\n Roman Avdee
v • HSE University\n Anton Aysenberg • HSE University\n Evgeny Feigin
• HSE University and Skoltech\n Sergey Gayfullin • Lomonosov Moscow S
tate University and HSE University\n Vsevolod Gubarev • Sobolev Institu
te of Mathematics RAS and Novosibirsk State University\n Mikhail Ignatyev
• Samara University\n Pavel Kolesnikov • Sobolev Institute of Mathemat
ics and Novosibirsk State University\n Taras Panov • Lomonosov Moscow St
ate University\n Alexander Perepechko • Institute for Information Transm
ission Problems RAS and HSE University\n Yuri Prokhorov • Steklov Mathe
matical Institute RAS and Lomonosov Moscow State University and HSE Univ
ersity\n Konstantin Shramov • Steklov Mathematical Institute RAS\n Serge
y Sinchuk • St. Petersburg University\n Anastasia Stavrova • St. Peter
sburg University\n Nikolai Vavilov • St. Petersburg University\n Alexand
er Zheglov • Lomonosov Moscow State University\n\n\n\nOrganizing Committ
ee\n\n\n Ivan Arzhantsev • HSE University\n Victor Petrov • St. Peters
burg University\n Dmitry Timashev • Lomonosov Moscow State University\n\
n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization of the event\n\n\n St.
Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of the Russian Ac
ademy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in
St. Petersburg\n Laboratory on Algebraic Transformation Groups at HSE U
niversity\n\n\nThe mini-workshop is financially supported by a grant from
the Government of the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 an
d 075-15-2019-1620 and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico
.eimi.ru/event/341/
LOCATION:PDMI RAS
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/341/
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SUMMARY:New Trends in Mathematical Stochastics
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210815T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211231T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
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DESCRIPTION:Thematic program "New Trends in Mathematical Stochastics"\n\nA
ugust 15 – December 31\, 2021 (rescheduled from 2020 due to COVID-19 pan
demic)\n\nThe general idea of this thematic program is to strengthen inte
ractions between experts and young researchers working in the areas of pro
bability theory\, stochastic processes and their applications. Visits of l
eading scientists in these areas will serve to enrich the mathematical edu
cation in St. Petersburg and to develop possibilities for future collabora
tion.\n\nLonger term visitors to the semester are welcome. Some financial
support is available for scientists in the field of probability and statis
tics who plan to make a joint research with specialists based in St. Peter
sburg. Visits for a period longer than 1 month are preferred\, but shorted
periods are also possible on negotiation.\n\n\nThe following activities w
ill be organized during the program:\n\n\n introductory online school "Ran
domness online"\, November 4 – 8\, 2020\n conference “New Trends in M
athematical Stochastics”\, August 30 – September 3\, 2021\n worksho
p "St. Petersburg Youth Conference in Probability and Mathematical Physic
s"\, December 21 – 24\, 2021\n a number of minicourses given by invite
d visitors.\n\n\n\nOrganizers:\n\n\n Ildar Ibragimov\, PDMI\n Yana Belopol
skaya\, SPbUACE\n Andrei Borodin\, PDMI\n Yury Davydov\, SPbU\n Mikhail Li
fshits\, SPbU\n Maria Platonova\, PDMI and SPbU\n Natalia Smorodina\, PDMI
and SPbU\n Yuri Yakubovich\, SPbU\n Andrei Zaitsev\, PDMI\n Dmitry Zaporo
zhets\, PDMI\n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization of the
event:\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute o
f Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical
Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg Stat
e University\n\n\nThe program is supported by a grant from the Government
of the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-
1620\, and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/even
t/102/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/102/
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SUMMARY:International conference on Geometry in the Large
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210816T140000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210820T160000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-343@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:The conference is dedicated to the 90th birthday anniversary o
f Victor Toponogov.\n\nThe topic of the conference\, Geometry in the Large
\, includes global Riemannian Geometry\, adjacent areas\, and connections
to topology\, group theory\, dynamical systems\, etc.\nhttps://indico.eimi
.ru/event/343/
LOCATION:EIMI
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/343/
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SUMMARY:New perspective in asymptotic representation theory
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210823T070000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210826T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-418@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:New perspective in asymptotic representation theory\nMemorial
date: 75 anniversary of Sеrgey Kerov (1946-2000)\n\nAugust 23 – 26\, 2
021\n\nThe goal of the conference is to illustrate the new directions of t
he asymptotic representation theory which become popular now\, among them:
new method in the theory of central measures\, measurable partitions. new
classes of the groups and its actions and representations\, continuous gr
aphs etc. We emphasize some papers of Sergey Vasilievich Kerov which still
have very important role for modern progress.\n\n\n\n \n Tentative list o
f speakers\n \n \n \n \n Tim Austin • UCLA\n Alexei Borodin •
MIT\n Alexander Bufetov • Aix-Marseille Universite and MI RAS\n Al
exei Bufetov • Leipzig University\n Vsevolod Evtushevsky • SPbU\n
Sergei Fomin • University of Michigan\n Alexander Gnedin • Queen
Mary University of London\n Vadim Gorin • University of Wisconsin–M
adison and IITP RAS\n Maxim Kazaryan • HSE and MI RAS\n Sergey Land
o • HSE\n Konstantin Matveev • Rutgers University\n Pavel Nikiti
n • PDMI RAS\n Andrei Okounkov • Columbia University and HSE\n G
rigoriy Olshanskii • IITP RAS and Skoltech and HSE\n \n \n Igor P
ak • UCLA\n Greta Panova • USC\n Leonid Petrov • University o
f Virginia\n Alexander Postnikov • MIT\n Dan Romik • UC Davis\n
Nikita Safonkin • HSE\n Petr Sniady • IMPAN\n Misha Shapiro
• Michigan State University\n Dmytro Shlyakhtenko • UCLA\n Richar
d Stanley • MIT\n Stevo Todorcevic • University of Toronto\n Tod
or Tsankov • Institut Camille Jordan\n Alik Veinstein • University
of Haifa\n \n \n \n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n Program Committee\n\n Grig
ori Olshansky • IITP RAS and Skoltech and HSE\n Fedor Petrov • PD
MI RAS and SPbU\n Natalia Tsilevich • PDMI RAS\n Anatoly Vershik (ch
air) • PDMI RAS and SPbU and IITP RAS\n \n \n Organizing Committee
\n\n Andrei Malyutin • PDMI RAS and SPbU\n Pavel Nikitin • PDM
I RAS and SPbU\n Fedor Petrov (chair) • PDMI RAS and SPbU\n Nadia
Zalesskaya • EIMI\n Pavel Zatitskii • PDMI RAS and SPbU\n \n \
n \n\n\n\nLocal institutions participating in the organization of the even
t\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of the
Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical I
nstitute in St. Petersburg\n\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/418/
LOCATION:Online
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/418/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Conference "New Trends in Mathematical Stochastics"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210830T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210903T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-94@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:Conference "New Trends in Mathematical Stochastics"\n\nAugust
30 – September 3\, 2021\n\nThe conference New Trends in Mathematical Sto
chastics is a central event of the thematic program “New Trends in Math
ematical Stochastics” organised by EIMI in 2021.\n\nLimited financial su
pport for some participants will be available to cover accommodation and/
or travel expenses. The FINAL decision of who is eligible will be made on
JULY 5.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/94/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/94/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Workshop "St. Petersburg Youth Conference in Probability and Mathe
matical Physics"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211221T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211224T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-95@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:Workshop "St. Petersburg Youth Conference in Probability and M
athematical Physics"\n\nDecember 21 – 24\, 2021\n\nWorkshop "St. Peters
burg Youth Conference in Probability and Mathematical Physics" is a part
of the thematic program “New Trends in Mathematical Stochastics” organ
ised by EIMI in 2021. The workshop is primarily focused on probabilistic m
ethods in mathematical physics but not limited to this subject. It is main
ly oriented on young researchers.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/95/
LOCATION:St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Ru
ssian Academy of Sciences
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/95/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:New Trends in Topology
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220201T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220630T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-104@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:Thematic program "New Trends in Topology"\n\nFebruary 1 – J
une 30\, 2022\n\nThere were several far-reaching conceptual developments i
n topology at the turn of the century. In the late 1980’s – early 1990
’s\, a spectacular progress in the theory of knots and 3-dimensional man
ifolds was made by the Fields medalists E. Witten and V. Jones followed by
the work of N. Reshetikhin\, V. Turaev\, O. Viro and others who related t
his area of topology to the theory of quantum groups. As a result\, a new
mathematical field was born\, the topological quantum field theory.\n\nIn
parallel to the appearance of the topological quantum field theory\, there
emerged a theory of Gromov-Witten invariants\, under the influence of imp
lantation of pseudo-holomorphic curve technique into symplectic geometry b
y M. Gromov and the holomorphic curve counting into quantum 2-dimensional
gravity by E. Witten. This had led\, in particular\, to the Kontsevich-Man
in theory of quantum cohomology and a breakthrough in enumerative geometry
.\n\nThese new research areas are not only linked by the time of their app
earance and the string theory as a common root\, but also by deep relation
s between the techniques and underlying algebraic structures. The very rec
ent developments in Gromov-Witten theory brought to light direct bridges b
etween enumerative geometry of open strings and the theory of knot invaria
nts. This program is devoted to a number of the most active areas of thes
e research fields.\n\n\nThe following activities will be organized during
the program:\n\n\n introductory school “Classical and Quantum Topology i
n dimension three”\, April 11 – 15\, 2022\n introductory school “New
Methods in Enumerative Geometry”\, April 25 – 29\, 2022\n conference
“Low-Dimensional Topology”\, June 6 – 10\, 2022\n conference “On t
he Crossroad of Topology and Enumerative Geometry”\, June 13 – 17\,
2022\n a weekly research seminar.\n\n\n\nOrganizers:\n\n\n Evgeny Fominykh
\, St. Petersburg University\n Ilia Itenberg\, Sorbonne University\n Viatc
heslav Kharlamov\, Université de Strasbourg\n Vladimir Turaev\, Indiana U
niversity\n Oleg Viro\, Stony Brook University\n\n\n\nInstitutions partic
ipating in the organization of the event:\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department
of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhar
d Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Chebysh
ev Laboratory at St.Petersburg State University\n\n\nThe program is suppor
ted by a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation\, agreements
075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620\, and by a grant from Simons Founda
tion.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/104/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/104/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "Critical and collective effects in graphs and
networks"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220516T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220520T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-411@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite\n"Critical and collective effects in graphs
and networks"\n\nMay 16 - 20\, 2022\n\nFor more information please visi
t the conference site here.\n\nNetwork science is a hot and high-impactful
area. Critical behaviour in topological random networks is under scrutiny
in past decade. Many questions dealing with phase transitions in graphs a
nd networks spread nowadays far beyond the pure academic interest and play
crucial role in various branches of physics (structure of membranes\, for
mation of cosmic webs)\, technology (transport optimization\, critical pro
perties of electric networks)\, and life sciences and medicine (epidemic s
pread\, structure of connectome\, analysis of genomic and protein networks
). Investigation of critical and collective effects in graphs and networks
has becoming a new rapidly developing interdisciplinary area\, with diver
se applications and variety of questions to be asked. One of the most intr
iguing questions deals with a design of networks of special topology under
evolution\, when some control parameters are changing. Many-body interact
ions\, beyond the free-field theory\, play crucial role in the network sta
tistics. Presence of such interactions is responsible for emergence of pha
se transitions in complex distributed systems. Particularly\, the classica
l methods of the theory of complex networks are very useful in neurobiolog
y and in medicine\, especially in the context of COVID-19 propagation. At
length of our workshop\, we plan to focus on statistical and dynamic prope
rties of epidemic networks.\n\nThe specific subjects of the workshop are d
evoted to challenging modern research directions. Despite of variety of ap
plications\, there are some common methods of studying critical phenomena
in graphs and networks\, borrowed from the spectral theory\, statistical p
hysics\, and physics of condensed matter. During the workshop we plan to p
rovide balanced view of applied research and fundamental methods available
to test statistical and dynamic characteristics of systems under consider
ation. In particular\, we plan to focus our attention to the following que
stions:\n\n\n Synchronization\, spreading and other dynamical processes on
networks\, including epidemic spread and COVID-19 propagation\n Spectral
methods of the network analysis. Network entropy\n Metric structure of ran
dom graphs\, hyperbolic embedding of random graphs\n Random graphs with
quenched disorder\, phase transitions\, propagation of excitations on grap
hs and related questions\n Statistical methods in interdisciplinary applic
ations: social and ecological networks\, genomic networks\, neuroscience\n
Dimensional reduction\, compression and restoration of big data by neural
networks: principles and applications\n\n\nThe workshop is interdisciplin
ary. The network science is becoming now the “unifying language” for m
any branches of physics\, computer science\, mathematics and biology. The
same can be said about particular questions dealing with investigation of
criticality and collective behaviour in generic complex systems. The works
hop provides a platform where these two directions\, networks and critical
ity\, meet each other with a synergetic effect.\n\n\nExpected number of pa
rticipants and other organizational questions\n\nThe typical total number
of participants of CCEGN conference is about 50. This number includes abou
t 20 invited speakers (in average four-five 1-hour talks per day). The v
enue of Euler Institute and the schedule of the workshop would encourage f
ree informal discussions.\n\nWe plan to Involve young researchers in discu
ssions. Specifically\, we plan to organize during the workshop few informa
l groups of interests (for 3-4 hot topics of the workshop) which will atta
ck some preselected educationally-scientific problem and provide the resul
ts of their research at the end of the workshop. When inviting participant
s and scheduling lectures\, we plan to balancing interests of all categori
es of participants.\n\nThe workshop will be announced very widely\, includ
ing postings at news feeds\, and social media channels. We expect to attra
ct even more students if posted on the ICM website. The recorded lectures
will be available at the web page of the conference and on YouTube\, photo
s of research events and social life during the workshop will be available
online on permission of involved participants.\n\n\nOrganizing Committee
\n\n\n Alex Arenas • Universitat Rovira i Virgili\, Tarragona\, Spain
\n Ginestra Bianconi • Queen Mary University\, UK\n Alexander Gorsky
• Institute for Information Transmission Problems\, Russia\n Dmitri Krio
ukov • Northeastern University\, USA\n Sergei Nechaev • Centre Ponce
let\, Moscow\, Russia\n\n\n\nAdvisory board\n\n\n Sergei Maslov • Unive
rsity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign\, USA\n Romualdo Pastor-Satorras
• Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya\, Spain\n Sidney Redner • San
tafe University\, USA\n Vincent Rivasseau • University Paris-Sud\, Orsa
y\, France\n Stanislav Smirnov • Université de Genève\, Switzerland a
nd SPbU\, Russia\n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization of
the event\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institut
e of the Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathem
atical Institute in St. Petersburg\n Interdisciplinary Scientific Center J
.V. Poncelet (CNRS IRL 2615)\n Institute for Information Transmission Prob
lems of the Russian Academy of Science\n Northeastern University\n Centre
national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)\n Independent University of
Moscow\n\n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellite\n\nThe workshop "Critical and
collective effects in graphs and networks" is an official International
Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022) Satellite conference. The ICM
is the most significant meeting in pure and applied mathematics worldwid
e\, and one of the oldest scientific congresses. ICMs are organized every
four years by the International Mathematical Union in partnership with th
e Local Organizing Committee from the host country. The ICM 2022 will be h
eld in St Petersburg\, Russia\, 6 - 14 July 2022.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/
event/411/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/411/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Conference "Combinatorics of Moduli Spaces\, Cluster Algebras and
Topological Recursion"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220613T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220617T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-116@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:Conference "Combinatorics of Moduli Spaces\, Cluster Algebras
and Topological Recursion"\n\nJune 13 - 17\, 2022\n\nThe conference "Co
mbinatorics of Moduli Spaces\, Cluster Algebras and Topological Recursion"
is a part of the thematic program “Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Po
isson Geometry” organised by EIMI in 2022.\n\n\nOrganizing Committee:\n\
n\n Leonid Chekhov\, Steklov Mathematical Institute and Interdisciplinary
Scientific Center Poncelet and Michigan State University\n Dmitry Korotk
in\, Concordia University and Centre de Recherches Mathématiques\n Igor K
richever\, Skoltech and Higher School of Economics and Columbia Universi
ty \n Sergei Lando\, Higher School of Economics and Skoltech\n Sergei N
echaev\, Interdisciplinary Scientific Center Poncelet\n Armen Sergeev\, S
teklov Mathematical Institute\n Peter Zograf\, PDMI RAS and St. Petersbur
g University\n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization of the
event:\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute o
f Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical
Institute in Saint Petersburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg Stat
e University\n\n\nThe conference is supported by a grant from the Governme
nt of the Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-201
9-1620\, and by a grant from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/ev
ent/116/
LOCATION:St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/116/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "Hochschild (co)homology and derived categories
"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220620T070000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220626T160000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-315@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite\n"Hochschild (co)homology and derived categ
ories"\n\nJune 20 - 26\, 2022\n\nDerived categories were introduced and d
eveloped by A. Grothendieck and his student J.-L. Verdier in the early six
ties. A. Grothendieck needed them to formulate and prove the extensions of
Serre's duality theorem which he had announced at the International Congr
ess in 1958. Starting from this moment derived categories have attracted t
he attention of many mathematicians. At the beginning of the seventies\, G
rothendieck-Verdier's methods were adapted to the study of systems of part
ial differential equations by M. Sato and M. Kashiwara. Derived categories
have now become the standard language of microlocal analysis. Through Bry
linski-Kashiwara's proof of the Kazhdan-Lusztig conjecture\, they have pen
etrated the representation theory of Lie groups and finite Chevalley group
s.\n\nDerived categories are irreplaceable in the study of representation
theory of algebras and in algebraic geometry. Moreover\, they constitute a
base for noncommutative algebraic geometry. In particular\, it is importa
nt to understand when two abelian categories have equivalent derived categ
ories. Here the Hochschild (co)homology plays the role of a very subtle in
variant that frequently can be used to separate different derived equivale
nce classes. Moreover\, the Hochschild (co)homology is in fact the foundat
ion of the homology theory of algebras that is used in the study of extens
ions of algebras\, deformation theory and others.\n\n\nOrganizing Committe
e \n\n\n Vladimir Dotsenko • Université de Strasbourg\n Bernhard Kell
er • Université de Paris\n Andrea Solotar • Universidad de Buenos A
ires\n Yury Volkov • St. Petersburg University\n\n\n\nScientific Commit
tee \n\n\n Luchezar Avramov • University of Nebraska - Lincoln\n Yang H
an • Chinese Academy of Sciences\n Henning Krause • Universität Biele
feld\n Wendy Lowen • Universiteit Antwerpen\n Birgit Richter • Univ
ersität Hamburg\n\n\n\nLocal institutions participating in the organizati
on of the event\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical In
stitute of the Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International
Mathematical Institute in St. Petersburg\n\n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellit
e\n\nThe conference "Hochschild (co)homology and derived categories" is a
n official International Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022) Sat
ellite conference. The ICM is the most significant meeting in pure and ap
plied mathematics worldwide\, and one of the oldest scientific congresses.
ICMs are organized every four years by the International Mathematical Un
ion in partnership with the Local Organizing Committee from the host count
ry. The ICM 2022 will be held in St Petersburg\, Russia\, 6 - 14 July 2022
.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/315/
LOCATION:St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/315/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "St. Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory a
nd Mathematical Physics"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220622T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220626T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-281@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite\nSt. Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theo
ry and Mathematical Physics\n\nJune 22–26\, 2022\n\nThe conference is d
evoted to the spectral theory and its applications in modern mathematical
physics. There will be talks on the general operator theory\, differential
\, integral and difference operators\, scattering theory\, inverse problem
s\, periodic and ergodic operators\, asymptotic methods and applications\,
e.g.\, on the modern quantum physics and nonlinear physics. We also plan
to organize talks devoted to interesting general analytic problems.\n\nWe
have funds to promote participation of speakers without independent sourc
es of funding\, young mathematicians (in particular\, the junior and early
career speakers) and women mathematicians in the conference. These funds
can be used to cover the costs of the registration fee\, travel\, accommod
ation. For this we plan to use an application process and encourage the po
tential participants to apply.\n\n\n Scientific Committee\n\n\n Alexander
Fedotov • SPbU\n Nikolai Filonov • SPbU and PDMI RAS\n Alexander Its
• SPbU and IUPUI\n Ilya Kachkovskiy • Michigan State University\n Al
exander Sobolev • University College London\n Tatiana Suslina • SPbU\n
Dimitri Yafaev • SPbU and University of Rennes 1\n\n\n\nOrganizing C
ommittee \n\n\n Alexander Fedotov • SPbU\n Nikolai Filonov • SPbU and
PDMI RAS\n Alexander Its • SPbU and IUPUI\n Ilya Kachkovskiy • Michi
gan State University\n Natalia Petrova • EIMI\n Nikita Senik • SPbU\n
Ekaterina Shchetka • PDMI RAS and Chebyshev Laboratory\n Alexander Sob
olev • University College London\n Vladimir Sukhanov • SPbU\n Tatiana
Suslina • SPbU\n Tatyana Vinogradova • EIMI\n Dimitri Yafaev • SPb
U and University of Rennes 1\n Nadezhda Zalesskaya • EIMI\n\n\n\n\n\n\n
Local institutions participating in the organization of the event\n\n\n Le
onhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St.Petersburg\n St.Pe
tersburg State University\n St.Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematic
al Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences\n\n\nThe conference is fin
ancially supported by ICM 2022\, by a grant from the Government of the R
ussian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620\, b
y a grant from Simons Foundation.\n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellite\n\nThe
St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory and Mathematical Physics is an
official International Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022) Sate
llite conference. The ICM is the most significant meeting in pure and app
lied mathematics worldwide\, and one of the oldest scientific congresses.
ICMs are organized every four years by the International Mathematical Uni
on in partnership with the Local Organizing Committee from the host countr
y. The ICM 2022 will be held in St.Petersburg\, Russia\, 6–14 July 2022.
\n\nSpectral theory and mathematical physics have been among the highlight
s of St.Petersburg mathematical school over many decades. The names of L.D
.Faddeev\, M.Sh.Birman\, and V.S.Buslaev are among the names of worldwide
leaders in these fields. Several generations of researchers from St.Peters
burg\, working both in Russia and abroad\, have been successful in definin
g a significant part of the international mathematical physics and spectra
l theory community. Our conference continues a series of St.Petersburg con
ferences in spectral theory. Previous meetings:\n\n12th St.Petersburg Conf
erence in Spectral Theory\, 20–30 June\, 2020 postponed to 20–30 June\
, 2021 due to COVID-19\n\n11th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory
\, June 21–24\, 2019\n10th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\,
June 9–12\, 2018\n9th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, Jul
y 3–6\, 2017\n8th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 3
–6\, 2016\n7th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 3–6\
, 2015\n6th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 3–8\, 201
4\n5th St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 2–6\, 2013\n4t
h St.Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 2–6\, 2012\n3rd St.
Petersburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 1–6\, 2011\n2nd St.Peter
sburg Conference in Spectral Theory\, July 12–16\, 2010\nInternational C
onference in Spectral Theory\, August 3–7\, 2009\n\n\nVisa Information
\n\nPlease pay the special attention to the need to register for participa
tion in the ICM 2022 on the Congress website for those who plan to partici
pate in the Congress. Obtaining the right to visa-free entry in the period
from 01.03.2022 to 01.09.2022 to the territory of the Russian Federation
is granted only to registered participants of the Congress\, including tho
se who plan to participate in satellite events. We ask also the participan
ts (invited speakers\, speakers\, young mathematicians\, women mathematici
ans) to register on this page.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/281/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/281/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "Motives and related topics"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220627T070000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220701T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-233@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite "Motives and related topics"\n\nDedicated
to the memory of Andrei Suslin and Vladimir Voevodsky\n\nJune 27 - July 1
\, 2022\n\nThe conference topics will include motives and motivic homoto
py theory\, K-theory\, quadratic forms\, algebraic groups and torsors. The
se topics have deep connections and applications to a wide variety of re
search areas\, including algebraic geometry\, number theory and algebraic
topology. The aim of this conference is to share the latest development
s and applications in these topics.\n\n\n\n \n \n \n \n Keynote sp
eakers\n\n \n Tom Bachmann • LMU Munich\n Jean Fasel • Institu
t Fourier\n Eric Friedlander • USC\n Annette Huber-Klawitter •
University of Freiburg\n Nikita Karpenko • University of Alberta
\n Alexander Merkurjev • UCLA\n Fabien Morel • LMU Munich\n
Oliver Röndigs • Osnabrück University\n Marco Schlichting
• University of Warwick\n Alexander Vishik • University of Notti
ngham\n Matthias Wendt • University of Wuppertal\n Kirsten Wick
elgren • Duke University\n \n \n \n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n
Scientific Committee\n \n \n Organizing Committee\n \n \n \n
\n \n Joseph Ayoub • University of Zurich\n Marc Levine •
University of Duisburg-Essen\n Paul Arne Østvær • University of O
slo\n \n \n \n \n Alexey Ananyevskiy • PDMI RAS\n Grigory
Garkusha • Swansea University\n Ivan Panin • PDMI RAS\n \n \
n \n \n\n\n\nLocal institutions participating in the organization of the
event\n\n\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of
the Russian Academy of Sciences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematic
al Institute in St. Petersburg\n\n\nThe conference is financially supporte
d by ICM 2022\, by a grant from the Government of the Russian Federation
\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620\, by a grant from Si
mons Foundation.\n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellite\n\nThe conference "Moti
ves and related topics" is an official International Congress of Mathemat
icians 2022 (ICM 2022) Satellite conference. The ICM is the most signif
icant meeting in pure and applied mathematics worldwide\, and one of the o
ldest scientific congresses. ICMs are organized every four years by the I
nternational Mathematical Union in partnership with the Local Organizing C
ommittee from the host country. The ICM 2022 will be held in St Petersburg
\, Russia\, 6 - 14 July 2022.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/233/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/233/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "Random walks\, branching\, and random geometry
"
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220715T060000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20220722T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210805T011600Z
UID:indico-event-279@indico.eimi.ru
DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite\n"Random walks\, branching\, and random geo
metry"\n\nJuly 15 - 22\, 2022\n\nThe workshop focuses on the analysis
of models coming from an interplay between randomness and geometry\, as fo
r instance branching Brownian motion\, branching random walks\, random poi
nt processes\, random polytopes\, zeros of random polynomials\, random net
works and geometric random graphs. It will bring together experts from the
se areas with younger participants\, for learning and an exchange of new i
deas and methods.\n\n\nTentative list of speakers and participants \n\n\n
\n \n \n \n François Baccelli (Austin)\n Sergey Bobkov (Minne
apolis)\n Gilles Bonnet (Bochum)\n Darius Buraczewski (Wroclaw)\n
Pierre Calka (Rouen)\n Ewa Damek (Wroclaw)\n Youri Davydov (St. Pet
ersburg)\n Maria Deijfen (Stockholm)\n Friedrich Götze (Bielelfeld)
\n Peter Gracar (Köln)\n Lisa Hartung (Mainz)\n Yueyun Hu (Pari
s)\n Daniel Hug (Karlsruhe)\n Sabine Jansen (Munich)\n Konrad Kol
esko (Wrocław)\n Julia Komjathy (Eindhoven)\n \n \n \n \n M
ikhail Lifshits (St. Petersburg)\n Alexander Litvak (Edmonton)\n Pas
cal Maillard (Toulouse)\n Matthias Meiners (Giessen)\n Peter Mörter
s (Köln)\n Julien Randon-Furling (Paris)\n Matthias Reitzner (Osnab
rück)\n Matthias Schulte (Bern)\n Evgeny Spodarev (Ulm)\n Christ
oph Thäle (Bochum)\n Vladislav Vysotsky (Sussex)\n Vitali Wachtel
(Augsburg)\n Elisabeth Werner (Cleveland)\n Joseph Yukich (Bethlehem
)\n Igor Wigman (King’s College London)\n \n \n \n \n\n\n\n \n
\n \n 2 mini-couses\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Elie
Aidekon • Research NYU Shanghai\n Zakhar Kabluchko • University of
Münster\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n\n\n
\n \n \n Organizers\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n Nin
a Gantert • Technical University of Munich\n Zhan Shi • Sorbonne P
aris VI\n Dmitry Zaporozhets • PDMI RAS\n \n \n \n \n \n
\n \n \n \n \n \n\n\n\nLocal institutions participating in the
organization of the event\n\n\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical
Institute in St. Petersburg\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathema
tical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences\n\n\nThe workshop is fi
nancially supported by ICM 2022 and by a grant from the Government of th
e Russian Federation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620.\
n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellite\n\nThe workshop "Random walks\, branchin
g\, and random geometry" is an official International Congress of Mathema
ticians 2022 (ICM 2022) Satellite conference. The ICM is the most signi
ficant meeting in pure and applied mathematics worldwide\, and one of the
oldest scientific congresses. ICMs are organized every four years by the
International Mathematical Union in partnership with the Local Organizing
Committee from the host country. The ICM 2022 will be held in St Petersbur
g\, Russia\, 6 - 14 July 2022.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/279/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/279/
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SUMMARY:ICM 2022 Satellite "Quantum chaos and nodal sets of random waves"
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DESCRIPTION:ICM 2022 Satellite\n"Quantum chaos and nodal sets of random wa
ves"\n\nJuly 25 - 29\, 2022\n\nThe conference "Quantum chaos and nodal
sets of random waves" aims to gather researchers\, coming from different d
isciplines\, who made recent contributions to the field of Quantum chaos.
One focus of the conference will be in the nodal sets of random waves\, wh
ere a number of outstanding results has been recently established\, in par
ticular\, involving continuous percolation theory. Another high point of t
he conference will be understanding the fluctuations of energies of variou
s dynamical systems\, especially those involving arithmetic ingredients. I
n this light\, our conference will unite all these approaches\, serve as a
meeting point between researchers working in related problems\, from the
point of view of their respective disciplines\, and facilitate cross field
exchange of ideas and collaborations. We invite applications by junior re
searchers\, in particular\, under-represented minorities\, for whom some f
unding is available\, by directly contacting the organizers.\n\n\nTentativ
e list of speakers \n\n\n \n \n \n \n Nalini Anantharaman*\n D
mitry Beliaev\n Alexander Borichev\n Naomi Feldheim\n Damien Gaye
t\n Junehyuk Jung\n Zakhar Kabluchko*\n Marie Kratz\n Par Kurl
berg\n Steve Lester\n Eugenia Malinnikova\n \n\n * - to be confi
rmed\n \n \n \n Stephen Muirhead*\n Hoi Nguyen\n Igor Prits
ker\n Lakshmi Priya\n Zeev Rudnick\n Vincent Tassion\n Hugo Va
nneuville*\n Van Vu\n Andrea Sartori\n Steve Zelditch\n \n \n
\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n \n \n Organizing Committee\n \n \n
\n \n \n \n \n \n Igor Wigman • King’s College London
\n Dmitry Zaporozhets • PDMI RAS\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n
\n \n \n \n\n\n\nInstitutions participating in the organization
of the event\n\n\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in
St. Petersburg\n St. Petersburg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institu
te of the Russian Academy of Sciences\n King's College London\n\n\n\n \n
\n \n \n \n \n \n \n \n\n\nThe conference is financially suppor
ted by ICM 2022\, by a grant from the Government of the Russian Federati
on\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620 and by King's Coll
ege London.\n\n\nOfficial ICM 2022 Satellite\n\nThe conference "Quantum ch
aos and nodal sets of random waves" is an official International Congress
of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022) Satellite conference. The ICM is the
most significant meeting in pure and applied mathematics worldwide\, and
one of the oldest scientific congresses. ICMs are organized every four ye
ars by the International Mathematical Union in partnership with the Local
Organizing Committee from the host country. The ICM 2022 will be held in S
t Petersburg\, Russia\, 6 - 14 July 2022.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/28
0/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in St. Peters
burg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/280/
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BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Conference "Geometry and Dynamics of Moduli Spaces"
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DESCRIPTION:Conference "Geometry and Dynamics of Moduli Spaces"\n\nAugust
1 – 5\, 2022\n\nThe conference "Geometry and Dynamics of Moduli Spaces"
is a part of the thematic program “Moduli Spaces\, Combinatorics and Po
isson Geometry” organised by EIMI.\n\n\nOrganizing Committee:\n\n\n Mart
in Möller\, Goethe University\n Dmitry Korotkin\, Concordia University a
nd Centre de Recherches Mathématiques\n Peter Zograf\, PDMI RAS and St.
Petersburg University\n Anton Zorich\, Skoltech and IMJ – PRG\n\n\n\nIns
titutions participating in the organization of the event:\n\n\n St. Peters
burg Department of Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sc
iences\n Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg\n Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg State University\n\n\nThe c
onference is supported by a grant from the Government of the Russian Feder
ation\, agreements 075-15-2019-1619 and 075-15-2019-1620\, and by a grant
from Simons Foundation.\nhttps://indico.eimi.ru/event/118/
LOCATION:Leonhard Euler International Mathematical Institute in Saint Pete
rsburg
URL:https://indico.eimi.ru/event/118/
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