Random Shapes Tutorials

Part of the Long Program Random Shapes
March 13 - 16, 2007

Overview

We will offer tutorials in the first week of the program, giving an introduction to the relevant problems as well as to the relevant concepts from mathematics, physics and computer science. The goal is to familiarize participants with the issues and techniques involved in random structures, and to create a common language among researchers coming from different fields. Registration for these tutorials is free, to encourage broad participation.

Organizing Committee

Igor Frenkel (Yale University, Math Department)
Peter Jones, Chair (Yale University, Mathematics)
Richard Kenyon (University of British Columbia)
Stanley Osher (Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, Mathematics)
Steffen Rohde (University of Washington, Mathematics)
Bernard Sapoval (École Polytechnique, Directeur de Recherches)
Leon Takhtajan (SUNY Stony Brook, Mathematics)