The goal of this focus event is to study certain fundamental geometric properties of Wasserstein spaces and to explore further the intimate relationship between the theory of Lipschitz-free spaces and optimal transportation.
The goal of this event is to study the existence of such inequalities for certain families of quantum Markov semigroups and derive applications in several contexts related to quantum information theory.
The theory of automorphic forms is a central area of modern mathematics due to its depth and connections to a large number of other disciplines. This feature makes it attractive but also difficult to enter. The summer school will provide a motivated introduction to this rich field through exciting recent developments.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together experts and young scientists who will form WORKING GROUPS to SOLVE DIFFERENT PROBLEMS about RANDOM GRAPHS and RELATED MATHEMATICAL TOPICS IN A VERY BROAD SENSE.
The goal of the workshop is to bring together experts from both quantum information and discrete mathematics in order to discuss the state of the art, to share ideas and to identify and tackle relevant questions.