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Columbia-Princeton Probability Day 2023

Friday, April 28, 2023
Location: Mathematics Hall, room 312

Annual one-day conference alternating between Columbia and Princeton.

Registration: Registration (which is free) can be done at this link. It is not required for attendance, but highly encouraged as it will help us arrange for food.

Louis-Pierre Arguin (CUNY)
Milind Hegde (Columbia)
Donghan Kim (Michigan)
Jinyoung Park (NYU)
Jacob Shapiro (Princeton)
Philippe Sosoe (Cornell)

9:00–10:10 Breakfast
10:00–10:50 Louis-Pierre Arguin
10:55–11:35 Jacob Shapiro
11:40–12:20 Donghan Kim
12:20–1:20 Lunch
1:20–2:10 Jinyoung Park
2:20–3:00 Milind Hegde
3:00–3:30 Tea
3:30–4:20 Philippe Sosoe

For further information, please contact the organizers, Milind Hegde or Ivan Corwin.

Free Boundary Problems: Lecture Series and Recent Advances in Theory and Applications

May 30 – June 2, 2023
Location: Mathematics Hall, room TBA

The goal of the workshop is to catalyze interactions among researchers working on various mathematical and physical aspects of free boundary problems. Featured in the research lectures will be PDE analysts, and applied and computational mathematicians working in the field, and also some researchers who will speak on physical experiments.

The workshop will consist of morning short course / pedagogical talks, aimed at graduate students and postdocs, and afternoon research talks.

This workshop is supported in part by NSF RTG Grant 1937254 and Simons Foundation Math + X Investigator Award #376319. 

Mini-Course Speakers

Invited Speakers


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