The semester is built around two strongly related topics, Fourier analysis and additive problems. In the first half of the semester, we will focus on Fourier analysis and its applications in various branches of mathematical analysis.
The major goal of the semester is to bring together experts and young researchers to initiate new interactions on various aspects of chaotic dynamical systems out of equilibrium and on the geometry of non-conformal systems.
The goal of the semester is to bring together prominent scientists of the field to discuss the frontline of research and to introduce the next generation of researchers to the wide range of ideas and methods of contemporary probability and mathematical statistical physics.
The workshop will be an informal gathering of researchers of related backgrounds (like set theory, dynamics, probability theory, combinatorics, and even theoretical computer science) to cover the latest developments in the area.
Recently, I participated in the Winter school in singularities and low-dimensional topology. This was the opening event of the Erdős Center semester Singularities and low-dimensional topology. The workshop was intended to form a link between low-dimensional topology and singularity theory in the minds of more than a hundred young researchers and PhD-students such as myself.
In the last two weeks of September we were welcome at the Rényi institute for a school and workshop on optimal transport on quantum structures. After a very nice school introducing some of the main ideas in this field, we got to start on the research talks.
During my visit to the Hungary National museum, I learned that during the cold war Budapest was seen as a city where scholars came together, minds were sparked and conventions where challenged. Well, for at least two weeks in September history seemed to have repeated itself. Robert de Keijzer
The Erdős Center organised the Automorphic forms conference from 5 - 9 September, 2022. This 5 day conference included 21 invited talks and 15 contributed talks by leading researchers in the theory of automorphic forms from various universities across the world. Keshav Aggarwal
In the semester preceding the summer school, Gergely Harcos and Péter Maga gave an introductory course about automorphic forms at Eötvös Loránd University. This helped us to gain insight into automorphic forms, and for me, it opened a whole new area of mathematics. Csaba Anderlik