XVII Brunel – Bielefeld Workshop on Random Matrix Theory
Date: 17 – 18 December 2021
Convenors: Gernot Akemann (Bielefeld, GER), Igor Krasovsky (London, GBR), Dmitry Savin (London, GBR), Igor Smolyarenko (London, GBR)
This workshop continues the annual series that has started in 2005 at Brunel University (London) and that since 2011 alternates between Bielefeld and Brunel. Random matrices are a tool to do a statistical analysis of spectral data in physics, mathematics and other areas. For example, this year's invited 15 speakers will cover wireless telecommunications, computer linguistic and neural networks as they appear in machine learning, apart from more traditional applications to statistical physics or the Riemann-function.
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