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Conference on „Discrete and continuous models in the theory of networks“

Bielefeld, Germany - November 27 - December 1, 2017

First Announcement

A conference on "Discrete and continuous models in the theory of networks" will take place in Bielefeld (Germany) from November 27 - December 1, 2017. It will be hosted in the ZiF (Center for Interdisciplinary Research), a renowned institute for advanced studies funded by the University of Bielefeld and the Land Nordrhein-Westfalen (www.uni-bielefeld.de/ZIF).

This conference aims at bringing together functional analysts, mathematical physicists, experts in dynamical systems, and probabilists who have research interests in graph theory, networks, complex systems, and/or random walks; as well as computer scientists, physicists, biologists, neuroscientists, and further natural scientists whose everyday research life is connected to the network paradigm. It will ideally follow the path of previous meetings on differential equations on networks held in the past years in Blaubeuren and Bielefeld (Germany) and Castro Urdiales (Spain) as well as the QGraph meeting series that has taken place in several German and Swedish venues since 2009.

The list of already confirmed participants includes:

  • Riccardo Adami (Polytechnic, Turin, ITA)

  • Felix Ali Mehmeti (Valenciennes, FRA)

  • Lior Alon (Haifa, ISR)

  • Fatihcan Atay (Bilkent, Ankara, TUR)

  • Ram Band (Haifa, ISR)

  • Simon Becker (TUM, Munich, GER)

  • Joachim von Below (Calais, FRA)

  • Gregory Berkolaiko (Texas A&M, USA)

  • Jens Bolte (Royal Holloway, London, GBR)

  • Stefano Bonaccorsi (Trento, Italy)

  • Claudio Cacciapuoti (Como, ITA)

  • José Luis Casadiego Bastidas (MPI Göttingen, GER)

  • Andrea Corli (Ferrara, ITA)

  • Simone Dovetta (Polytechnic, Turin, ITA)

  • Sebastian Egger (Haifa, ISR)

  • Merle Fairhust (LMU, Munich, GER)

  • Florian Fischer (Potsdam, GER)

  • Mareike Fischer (Greifswald, GER)

  • Federica Gregorio (Hagen, GER)

  • Matthias Hein (Saarbrücken, GER)

  • Patrick Joly (ENSTA ParisTech, FRA)

  • Jürgen Jost (MPI Leipzig, GER)

  • Maryna Kachanovska (ENSTA ParisTech, FRA)

  • Michael Kaplin (Ljubljana, SLO)

  • Anders Karlsson (Geneva, SUI)

  • Moritz Kaßmann (Bielefeld, GER)

  • Matthias Keller (Potsdam, GER)

  • James Kennedy (Lisbon, POR)

  • Joachim Kerner (Hagen, GER)

  • Oleksiy Kostenko (Vienna, AUS)

  • Marjeta Kramar-Fijavž (Ljubljana, SLO)

  • Pavel Kurasov (Stockholm, SWE)

  • Hafida Laasri (Hagen, GER)

  • Francisco Lacerda (Stockholm, SWE)

  • Corentin Léna (Lisbon, POR)

  • Annick Lesne (Jussieu, Paris, FRA)

  • Jiří Lipovský (Hradec Králové, CZE)

  • Shiping Liu (USTC, Hefei, CHN)

  • Wenlian Lu (Fudan, Shanghai, CHN)

  • Claudio Marchi (Padova, ITA)

  • Bojan Mohar (Simon Fraser, CAN)

  • Delio Mugnolo (Hagen, GER)

  • Jacob Muller (Stockholm, GER)

  • Anna Muranova (Bielefeld)

  • Serge Nicaise (Valenciennes, FRA)

  • Diego Noja (Milano-Bicocca, ITA)

  • Matteo Polettini (Luxembourg, LUX)

  • Mason A. Porter (UCLA, Los Angeles, USA)

  • Olaf Post (Trier, GER)

  • Stefan Rotter (Freiburg, GER)

  • Ruben Sanchez Garcia (Southhampton, GBR)

  • Christian Scholz (Potsdam, GER)

  • Christian Seifert (TU Hamburg, GER)

  • Andrea Serio (Stockholm, SWE)

  • Leszek Sirko (Warsaw, POL)

  • Uzy Smilansky (Weizman Institute, ISR)

  • Rune Suhr (Stockholm, SWE)

  • Lorenzo Tentarelli (Naples, ITA)

  • Françoise Truc (Grenoble, FRA)

  • Francesco Tudisco (Glasgow, GBR)

  • Hans Arwed Weidenmüller (MPI Heidelberg, GER)

  • Wolfgang Woess (TU Graz, AUT)

If you are interested to participate, please contact the organizers:

FernUni-Logo FernUniversität in Hagen, Chair of Analysis, 58084 Hagen