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The Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences is a national and international visitor research institute. It runs research programmes on selected themes in mathematics and the mathematical sciences with applications over a wide range of science and technology. You can receive regular information by email on Institute seminars and events by subscribing to our mailing lists: follow the instructions at http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/mailing.html. There are lists for each individual Institute programme. If you have a question about this list, please contact: Jonathan H N Chin; Chie Sibley Obata; Kathryn de Ridder; Clare Merritt; info@newton.ac.uk; Vincenzo Abete; ss917; ad864. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser. 17 upcoming talks and 9024 talks in the archive: show all (slow!). Microstructure for continuous and localised intrinsic curvature creationDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Mark Warner (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 18 January 2019, 11:45-12:30 Polar order in liquidsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Alenka Mertelj (Jozef Stefan Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 18 January 2019, 11:00-11:45 A maximal function for families of Hilbert transforms along homogeneous curvesASC - Approximation, sampling and compression in data science Andreas Seeger (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 18 January 2019, 11:00-12:00 Interfaces with singularities: understanding phase transitions in nematic liquid crystalsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Dmitry Golovaty (University of Akron). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 18 January 2019, 09:45-10:30 Remarks on polycrystalline microstructureDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials John Ball (Heriot-Watt University; Heriot-Watt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 18 January 2019, 09:00-09:45 Realistic prediction of molecular organizations in thin organic filmsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Claudio Zannoni (Università di Bologna). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 16:15-17:00 Pressure-driven active nematics systems: possible optimisation and design methodsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Nigel Mottram (University of Strathclyde). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 15:15-16:00 Manipulating droplets on lubricant impregnated surfacesDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Rodrigo Ledesma-Aguilar (Northumbria University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 14:30-15:15 Symmetry and multiple existence of critical points in 2D Landau-de Gennes Q-tensor theoryDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Luc Nguyen (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 11:45-12:30 Symmetry in materials science models under the divergence constraintDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Radu Ignat (Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 11:00-11:45 Analysis of Novel Domain Wall Types in Ferromagnetic NanostructuresDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Cyrill Muratov (New Jersey Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 09:45-10:30 Morphing and shape control: some lessons from the motility of unicellular organismsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Antonio DeSimone (SISSA). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 17 January 2019, 09:00-09:45 Measuring g(r) by test-particle insertionDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Dirk Aarts (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 16 January 2019, 11:45-12:30 KnitogamiDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Randall Kamien (University of Pennsylvania ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 16 January 2019, 11:00-11:45 Defects of Liquid CrystalsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Pingwen Zhang (Peking University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 16 January 2019, 09:45-10:30 Designing colloidal structures: fast and slow dynamicsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Margarida Telo da Gama (Universidade de Lisboa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 16 January 2019, 09:00-09:45 Reverse Engineering of Design Principles using Biased DynamicsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Mike Cates (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 17:00-18:00 Microstructures in martensites: Scaling regimes and optimal domain shapesDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Barbara Zwicknagl (Technische Universität Berlin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 16:15-17:00 Designing novel functional materials made of active colloids: the role played by interactionsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Chantal Valeriani (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 15:15-16:00 Microstructures in SMA: Rigidity, Non-Rigidity and SimulationsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Angkana Ruland (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 14:30-15:15 Supercompatibility and its role on fatigue in shape memory materialsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Eckhard Quandt (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 11:45-12:30 High-throughput search for new phase transformation materials with low hysteresisDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Ole Martin Lovvik (University of Oslo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 11:00-11:45 A moving mask hypothesis to select physically relevant microstructuresDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Francesco Della Porta (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 09:45-10:30 Materials from MathematicsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Richard James (University of Minnesota). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 15 January 2019, 09:00-09:45 Defect loops in 3D active nematicsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Daniel Beller (University of California, Merced). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 16:15-17:00 Construction of two dimensional convex shapes from their excluded volumesDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Jamie Taylor (BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 15:15-16:00 Design of effective bulk potentials for nematic liquid crystals via homogenisationDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Giacomo Canevari (BCAM - Basque Center for Applied Mathematics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 14:30-15:15 Surveying Energy Landscapes: From Protein Folding to Bistable Liquid Crystal Device and Cylindrical BucklingDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Halim Kusumaatmaja (University of Durham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 11:45-12:30 Asymptotics of Landau-de Gennes theoryDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Jonathan Robbins (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 11:00-11:45 Attractive and Repulse Interactions in Dense NematicsDNMW01 - Optimal design of complex materials Peter Palffy-Muhoray (Kent State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 14 January 2019, 09:45-10:30 Wrap-up discussion sessionMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems John Moriarty (Queen Mary University of London); Ana Busic (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris); Steven Low (CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)); Louis Wehenkel (Université de Liège); Pierre Pinson (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 January 2019, 14:30-15:30 Bandit algorithms for power consumption controlMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Pierre Gaillard (INRIA Paris - Rocquencourt; ENS - Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 January 2019, 13:30-14:30 High-dimensional data analytics using low-dimensional models in power systemsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Meng Wang (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 January 2019, 11:30-12:30 Optimal dispatch of heterogeneous batteries to maximise security of supplyMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Simon Tindemans (Delft University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 January 2019, 10:00-11:00 A mean-field game model for management of distributed storages for the power systemMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Clemence Alasseur (EDF, France). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 11 January 2019, 09:00-10:00 Core-Selecting Mechanisms in Electricity MarketsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Orcun Karaca (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 17:00-18:00 Irrational Agents and the Power GridMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Sean Meyn (University of Florida). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 16:00-17:00 Greedy algorithms in reduced modelingASC - Approximation, sampling and compression in data science Peter Binev (University of South Carolina). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 15:00-16:00 Central- versus Self-Dispatch in Electricity MarketsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Pär Holmberg (None / Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 14:30-15:30 A new distributed algorithm for nonconvex network flow problems with convergence guaranteesMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Andy Sun (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 13:30-14:30 Feedback-based online algorithms for time-varying optimization: theory and applications in power systemsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Emiliano Dall'anese (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 11:30-12:30 Time-Varying Optimization: Algorithms and Applications in Power SystemsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Andrea Simonetto (IBM Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 10:00-11:00 Real-time feedback optimization on the power flow manifoldMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Florian Doerfler (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 10 January 2019, 09:00-10:00 Transmission capacity allocation in zonal electricity marketsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Anthony Papavasiliou (Université Catholique de Louvain ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 January 2019, 11:30-12:30 Towards seemless operation: a new look at interface scheduling and market operationMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Lang Tong (Cornell University; Chalmers University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 January 2019, 10:00-11:00 Optimal Electricity Demand Response ContractingMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Rene Aid (Université Paris-Dauphine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 09 January 2019, 09:00-10:00 Real-time operation of micro-gridsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Jean-Yves Le Boudec (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 16:00-17:00 On modeling dispatchable loads in grid operation: the good, the bad and the uglyMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Anna Scaglione (Arizona State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 14:30-15:30 Electricity demand forecasting and bidding via data-driven inverse optimizationMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Juan Miguel Morales González (Universidad de Málaga). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 13:30-14:30 Computational Methods for Nonlinear Power Operational Problems: Convex Reformulations and Near-Linear Time AlgorithmsMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Javad Lavaei (University of California, Berkeley). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 11:30-12:30 Automated parameter inference and data modelling with deep learningMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Gilles Louppe (Université de Liège). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 10:00-11:00 Market design for flexible distribution networksMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Ben Godfrey (None / Other). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 08 January 2019, 09:00-10:00 Electricity market reform to enhance the energy market pricing mechanism: observations from PJMMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Hung-po Chao (PJM). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 January 2019, 16:00-17:00 (R)evolution of large electrical systems: Needs and ChallengesMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Patrick Panciatici (RTE). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 January 2019, 14:30-15:30 Creating user value through mathematics – the challenge of hidden statesMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Andrew Haslett (Energy Technologies Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 January 2019, 13:30-14:30 A Unified Framework for Stochastic Optimization in EnergyMESW01 - Flexible operation and advanced control for energy systems Warren Powell (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 07 January 2019, 11:30-12:30 Here Happily Have we assembledHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Anna Marie Bohmann (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 December 2018, 16:15-16:30 Pushing around, trying to stay normal and positiveHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Nathalie Wahl (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 December 2018, 16:00-16:15 Vanishing or non-vanishing of kappa_2HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Sam Nariman (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 December 2018, 15:45-16:00 Gröbner basesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Robert Bruner (Wayne State University; Universitetet i Oslo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 December 2018, 15:30-15:45 Spaces and cochains -- yet another approachHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Birgit Richter (Universität Hamburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 December 2018, 15:30-16:30 Positive scalar curvature metrics on manifolds with fibred singularitiesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Boris Botvinnik (University of Oregon; University of Oregon; University of Oregon). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 December 2018, 14:00-15:00 Elliptic stochastic quantisationSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Massimiliano Gubinelli (Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 17 December 2018, 11:00-12:30 Two dimensional Ising model with columnar disorder and continuum limit of random matrix productsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Gianbattista Giacomin (Université Denis Diderot). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 14 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Deterministic homogenization with Levy process limitsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Ian Melbourne (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 14 December 2018, 13:30-14:30 Some generalization of Pitman’s transform and invariant measures for discrete integrable systemsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Makiko Sasada (University of Tokyo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 14 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Potential theory for nonreversible dynamics and corrections to the hydrodynamical limitSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Claudio Landim (IMPA - Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 14 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Generalized hydrodynamics and the classical Toda chainSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Herbert Spohn (Technische Universität München). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 14 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 Homological stability for moduli spaces of disconnected submanifoldsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Martin Palmer-Anghel (University of Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 16:15-16:30 Whitehead products in v_n-periodic homotopy groupsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Gijs Heuts (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 16:00-16:15 Wandering down the path to path homologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Daniela Egas Santander (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 15:45-16:00 The line isn’t contractibleHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Clark Barwick (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 15:30-15:45 SPDE limits of six-vertex modelSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Hao Shen (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Remarks on 2D inverse cascade turbulenceSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Franco Flandoli (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 13:30-14:30 On mass-critical stochastic nonlinear Schrodinger equationSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Weijun Xu (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Hydrodynamic limit for a disordered harmonic chainSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Cedric Bernardin (Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis; NICE). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Space-time localisation for the dynamic $\Phi^4_3$ modelSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Hendrik Weber (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 The KPZ fixed point - 2SRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Jeremy Quastel (University of Toronto). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 12 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Scaling limit and universal finite size corrections in 2D interacting Ising modelsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Alessandro Giuliani (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 12 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Seeking fixed pointsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Hugh Osborn (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 12 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 Wonderful Fulton-MacPherson operadsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Paolo Salvatore (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 15:30-16:30 Sine-Gordon model revisited (again)SRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Remi Rhodes (Aix-Marseille University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Dendroidal spaces and mapping spaces between little cubes operads.HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Ieke Moerdijk (Universiteit Utrecht; University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 14:00-15:00 Crossing Probabilities of Multiple Ising InterfacesSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Eveliina Peltola (Université de Genève). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 13:30-14:30 Freezing Transition in Decaying Burgers Turbulence and Random Matrix DualitiesSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Yan Fyodorov (King's College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Large devations for the KPZ equationSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Pierre Le Doussal (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 The KPZ fixed point - 1SRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Jeremy Quastel (University of Toronto). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 Dynamic ASEPSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Ivan Corwin (Columbia University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 10 December 2018, 16:00-17:00 Quantum field theory and SPDEs under the light of near-criticality and noise sensitivitySRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Christophe Garban (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 10 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 New regularity results and long time behavior of pathwise (stochastic) Hamilton-Jacobi equationsSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Panagiotis Souganidis (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 10 December 2018, 13:30-14:30 Bogoliubov Excitations of dilute Bose-Einstein CondensatesSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Benjamin Schlein (Universität Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 10 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 tbaSRQW03 - Scaling limits & SPDEs: recent developments and future directions Martin Hairer (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 10 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Relative kappa-classesHHHW04 - Manifolds Diarmuid Crowley (University of Melbourne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Some prospects with the splicing operadHHHW04 - Manifolds Ryan Budney (University of Victoria). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 December 2018, 13:30-14:30 Topological and dynamical obstructions to extending group actions.HHHW04 - Manifolds Sam Nariman (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 An abstract framework for a non-perturbative renormalisationSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Roman Kotecky (University of Warwick; Charles University, Prague). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 07 December 2018, 11:00-12:30 The complex cobordism 2-category and its central extensionsHHHW04 - Manifolds Andre Henriques (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Contributed talk - Extended evaluation maps from knots to the embedding towerHHHW04 - Manifolds Danica Kosanović (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 16:30-17:00 Contributed Talk - The Sullivan-conjecture in complex dimension 4HHHW04 - Manifolds Csaba Nagy (University of Melbourne). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 16:00-16:30 Contributed Talk - The low dimensional homology of Coxeter groupsHHHW04 - Manifolds Rachael Boyd (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 15:00-15:30 Contributed talk - Mapping class groups of highly connected manifoldsHHHW04 - Manifolds Manuel Krannich (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 14:30-15:00 Configuration spaces and Lie algebras away from characteristic zeroHHHW04 - Manifolds Ben Knudsen (Harvard University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Cobordism categories, elliptic operators and positive scalar curvatureHHHW04 - Manifolds Johannes Ebert (Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat Munster). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Rational homotopy theory of automorphisms of manifoldsHHHW04 - Manifolds Alexander Berglund (Stockholm University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 Stochastic quantization of Yang MillsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Ajay Chandra (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 December 2018, 15:00-16:30 The homotopy type of algebraic cobordism categoriesHHHW04 - Manifolds Fabian Hebestreit (University of Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Higher Hochschild homology as a functorHHHW04 - Manifolds Christine Vespa (University of Strasbourg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 Periodic points and topological restriction homologyHHHW04 - Manifolds Cary Malkiewich (Binghamton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 Homotopy invariance in string topologyHHHW04 - Manifolds Nathalie Wahl (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 December 2018, 16:00-17:00 Embeddings, operads, graph-complexesHHHW04 - Manifolds Victor Turchin (Kansas State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Cellular techniques in homological stability 2: mapping class groupsHHHW04 - Manifolds Alexander Kupers (Harvard University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Configuration spaces of points and real Goodwillie-Weiss calculusHHHW04 - Manifolds Thomas Willwacher (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 On the stable Cannon ConjectureHHHW04 - Manifolds Wolfgang Lueck (Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 December 2018, 09:00-10:00 The Relative Tangle HypothesisHHHW04 - Manifolds Christopher Schommer-Pries (University of Notre Dame). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 December 2018, 16:00-17:00 The h-cobordism category and A-theoryHHHW04 - Manifolds George Raptis (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 December 2018, 14:30-15:30 Cellular techniques in homological stability 1: general theoryHHHW04 - Manifolds Alexander Kupers (Harvard University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 December 2018, 11:30-12:30 Isomorphism theorems, random walks, and spin systems.SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Tyler Helmuth (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 03 December 2018, 11:00-12:30 H_{4g-6}(M_g)HHHW04 - Manifolds Soren Galatius (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 December 2018, 10:00-11:00 More about the slice filtration and slice spectral sequenceHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 30 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Large time behavior of infinite dimensional systems under the Smoluchowski-Kramers approximationSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Sandra Cerrai (University of Maryland, College Park; University of Maryland, College Park). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 30 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Higher monoidal monomorphismsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Christian Schlichtkrull (Universitetet i Bergen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 November 2018, 16:15-16:30 Spaces of merging submanifoldHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Federico Cantero Morán (Universitat de Barcelona). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 November 2018, 16:00-16:15 Homological stability for Artin monoidsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Rachael Boyd (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 November 2018, 15:45-16:00 On a Greenlees spectral sequenceHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Christian Ausoni (University Paris 13). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 29 November 2018, 15:30-15:45 Quasi-invariant Gaussian Measures for the 3D Nonlinear Wave EquationSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Trishen Gunaratnam (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 November 2018, 16:00-16:30 Generation of random dynamical systems for SPDE with nonlinear noise.SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Benjamin Gess (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 28 November 2018, 15:00-16:00 Questions, Discussion and Wrap-upOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 16:40-17:00 Finding a Rough Path through Disruptive Innovation in Mental HealthOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Kate Saunders (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 16:15-16:40 Classification and Monitoring of Dynamic Trading StrategiesOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Rama Cont (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 15:50-16:15 Orthogonal group and adjointsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures David Ayala (Montana State University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 15:30-16:30 Large Scale and Unconstrained Online Handwritten Chinese Character/Text Recognition Based on Deep Learning and Path SignatureOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Lianwen Jin (South China University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 14:50-15:30 Analysis of Multimodal Streamed Data in Workplaces for Better Health and Safety Decision-Making - Opportunities and ChallengesOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Steve Naylor (Health & Safety Executive). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 14:25-14:50 Predicting an Adversarys Courses of Action from Sparse ObservationsOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Paul King (BAE Systems). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 14:00-14:25 Constructing extended AKSZ topological field theories in derived symplectic geometryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Claudia Scheimbauer (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Action Recognition from Landmark DataOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Weixin Yang (South China University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 12:50-13:10 Recognising Arabic HandwritingOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Daniel Wilson-Nunn (The Alan Turing Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 12:30-12:50 Experiments in Predicting Early Stage Alzheimer's DiseaseOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Paul Moore (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 12:10-12:30 Using Signatures to Predict Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis ProgressionOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Imanol Perez (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 11:50-12:10 Gesture Recognition Using the Signature FeaturesOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Xin Zhang (South China University of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 11:05-11:35 Learning to Approximate Controlled SystemsOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Hao Ni (University College London; The Alan Turing Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 10:35-11:05 Rough Paths - Streamed DataOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Terry Lyons (University of Oxford; The Alan Turing Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 10:05-10:35 Welcome and IntroductionOFBW41 - Understanding Multi-Modal Data for Social and Human Behaviour Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 27 November 2018, 10:00-10:05 The slice filtration and slice spectral sequenceHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 26 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Large-N asymptotics of energy-minimizing measures on N-point configurationsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Mircea Petrache (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 26 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Yang-Mills measure on the two-dimensional torus as a random distributionSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Ilya Chevyrev (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 23 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 The Pontrjagin twistHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 November 2018, 16:15-16:30 On the Gromov-Lawson-Rosenberg ConjectureHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Michael Joachim (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 November 2018, 16:00-16:15 Savour thy units! (or why the p-adics sometimes beats the integers)HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Jesper Grodal (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 November 2018, 15:45-16:00 Rational models for automorphisms of fiber bundlesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Alexander Berglund (Stockholm University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 22 November 2018, 15:30-15:45 The partition function of the 2-dimensional Yang—Mills modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Thierry Levy (Sorbonne Université). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 21 November 2018, 15:00-16:30 Symmetry groups of algebraic structures and their homologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Markus Szymik (NTNU). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 20 November 2018, 15:30-16:30 Devissage theorems in algebraic K-theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures George Raptis (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 20 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 The Kervaire invariant problem at odd primesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 19 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 A variational approach to Phi^4_3SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Massimiliano Gubinelli (Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 19 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Introduction to the Renormalisation GroupSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Pronob Mitter (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université de Montpellier). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 16 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Slice DifferentialsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Mingcong Zeng (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 November 2018, 16:15-16:30 A Hermitian K-group via geometryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Manuel Krannich (University of Cambridge; University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 November 2018, 16:00-16:15 What is a pro-operad?HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Michael Ching (Amherst College). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 November 2018, 15:45-16:00 Grout (or the story of how my coauthor stopped me from naming things)HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Scott Balchin (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 15 November 2018, 15:30-15:45 Poster Prize & CloseTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Hamza Fawzi (University of Cambridge); Alberto J. Coca (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 16:55-17:00 Analyses of Single-cell RNA-seq Data using Community DetectionTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Denise Vlachou (GlaxoSmithKline). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 16:20-16:55 A Joint Segmentation/Registration Model and Deformation-Informed PCATGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Noemie Debroux (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 15:40-16:20 Introduction to the Renormalisation GroupSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Pronob Mitter (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université de Montpellier). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 15:00-16:30 Better Data Science, Better DecisionsTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry David Johnson (Office for National Statistics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 14:40-15:20 Understanding Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning Through User NeedTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Dan Klein (Valtech). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 14:00-14:40 Taking Limits in LeanTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Edward Ayers (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 12:45-13:00 Optimisation in Continuous TimeTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Derek Driggs (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 12:35-12:45 Integrated Offshore Wind Farm Design: Optimising Micrositing and Cable Layout SimultaneouslyTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Thomas Marge (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 12:20-12:35 Markov Chain Monte Carlo on Function Spaces - Different Ansätze for Different GoalsTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Torben Sell (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 12:05-12:20 A Brief Introduction to the Students of the CCIMITGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Eric Hanson (Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 12:00-12:05 Trading Markets with Online Convex OptimisationTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Tom Gillam (Cantab Capital Partners). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 11:00-11:40 Structure-activity Relationship Modelling and the Design of Adaptive Screening CascadesTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Sergio Bacallado (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 10:20-11:00 Welcome and Introduction. Update from Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of InformationTGMW62 - Cantab Capital Institute for the Mathematics of Information – Connecting with Industry Matthew Killeya (Cantab Capital Partners); Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 14 November 2018, 10:00-10:20 Tools for understanding topological coHochschild homologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Anna Marie Bohmann (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 November 2018, 15:30-16:30 Stratifying categories of representations.HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tobias Barthel (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 13 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Outlining the Proof of the Kervaire Invariant TheoremHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 12 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Introduction to the Renormalisation GroupSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Pronob Mitter (CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique); Université de Montpellier). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 12 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 The Higgs MechanismSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory David Brydges (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 09 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 E_r model structuresHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Sarah Whitehouse (University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 November 2018, 16:15-16:30 Adams before AdnamsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Markus Szymik (NTNU). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 November 2018, 16:00-16:15 Surprise!HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Magdalena Kedziorek (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 November 2018, 15:45-16:00 Orientations old and newHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Andrew Baker (University of Glasgow; University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 08 November 2018, 15:30-15:45 Bessel S(P)DEs : a story of renormalizationSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Henri Elad Altman (Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 November 2018, 16:00-16:30 Renormalisation Group Analysis of a gradient model with nonconvex interactionSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Susanne Hilger (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 November 2018, 15:30-16:00 Local bounds for the dynamic $\Phi^4_3$ modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Augustin Moinat (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 07 November 2018, 15:00-15:30 An introduction to topological coHochschild homologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Kathryn Hess (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 November 2018, 15:30-16:30 Homotopy fixed points by finite p-group actions on classifying spaces of fusion systemsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Carles Broto (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 06 November 2018, 14:00-15:00 Towards a non-equilibrium thermodynamics: the role of large fluctuationsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Giovanni Jona-Lasinio (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza; Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 05 November 2018, 10:00-11:30 Towards a non-equilibrium thermodynamics: the role of large fluctuationsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Giovanni Jona-Lasinio (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza; Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 02 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Franke's Scary ModelsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Constanze Roitzheim (University of Kent). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 November 2018, 16:15-16:30 Two skeletons in a cellular cupboardHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures John Greenlees (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 November 2018, 16:00-16:15 On the existence of ghostsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Anna Marie Bohmann (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 November 2018, 15:45-16:00 Spooky catsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tobias Barthel (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 November 2018, 15:30-15:45 Non-equilibrium fluctuations of interacting particle systems, lecture 3SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Milton Jara (IMPA - Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 01 November 2018, 11:00-12:30 Panel Discussions - Questions, Next Steps and Wrap-UpTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 15:45-16:15 Group Leaders feedback on groups and discussionsTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 15:10-15:45 Non-equilibrium fluctuations of interacting particle systems, lecture 1SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Milton Jara (IMPA - Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 15:00-16:30 Group DiscussionsTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 11:40-13:00 Introduction to the three discussion topics and group formationTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 11:20-11:40 Computational Drug Discovery: Present and FutureTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Jonny Wray (E-Therapeutics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 10:30-11:00 Computing Industry ChallengesTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Tony Lewis (HP). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 10:00-10:30 Computational Challenges in the Security SectorTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Michael Groves (National Cyber Security Centre). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 31 October 2018, 09:30-10:00 QuestionsTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 16:50-17:10 Communication Locality in Computation: Software, Many-core Processors and BrainsTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Simon Moore (Cambridge Computer Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 16:20-16:50 Heterotic ComputingTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Viv Kendon (University of Durham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 15:50-16:20 Devissage theorems in algebraic K-theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures George Raptis (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 15:30-16:30 Using DNA to Assemble Molecular Electronic DevicesTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Arzhang Ardavan (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 15:00-15:30 Magnonic Opportunities for Novel Computing Hardware and Software ArchitecturesTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms John Gregg (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 14:30-15:00 What can AI Contribute to Neuroscience?TGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Caswell Barry (University College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 14:00-14:30 The stack "Broken" and associative algebrasHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Hiro Tanaka (Harvard University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 DNA Supremacy - The Potential of DNA-based ComputationTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Ross King (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 12:40-13:10 Shannon on DNA: How to Approach the Limits of Molecular Data StorageTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Jossy Sayir (University of Cambridge; European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 12:10-12:40 Harnessing the Power of the Brain with Metal-OxideTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Themis Prodromakis (University of Southampton). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 11:40-12:10 Future Directions in Neuromorphic ComputingTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Stephen Furber CBE FRS (University of Manchester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 10:50-11:20 Future Challenges in Computation - Energy and PerformanceTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Erol Gelenbe (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 10:20-10:50 Why New Computational Approaches are Needed?TGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms GCHQ Speaker (GCHQ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 10:10-10:20 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW65 - Novel Computational Paradigms Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 30 October 2018, 10:00-10:10 Non-equilibrium fluctuations of interacting particle systems, lecture 1SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Milton Jara (IMPA - Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada, Rio de Janeiro). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 29 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Feshbach-Schur RG for the Anderson ModelSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations John Imbrie (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 October 2018, 14:30-15:30 Supersymmetry and Ward identities: an alternative approach to renormalization.SRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Margherita Disertori (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 October 2018, 13:30-14:30 Renormalisation in Regularity Structures: Part 2SRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Yvain Bruned (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 October 2018, 11:30-12:30 Constructive Tensor Field Theory through an exampleSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Fabien Vignes-Tourneret (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 October 2018, 10:00-11:00 Spectral gap for Glauber dynamics of hierarchical spin modelsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Thierry Bodineau (École Polytechnique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 26 October 2018, 09:00-10:00 On the Cayley--Hamilton TheoremHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Oscar Randal-Williams (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 16:15-16:30 Homotopy Cobordism CategoriesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Fabian Hebestreit (University of Bonn; Universität Augsburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 16:00-16:15 What does it mean to be continuous?HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Paul Goerss (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 15:45-16:00 Dold-Kan correspondences and involutive factorisation systemsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Clemens Berger (Université de Nice). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 15:30-15:45 CLE Nesting and Liouville Quantum GravitySRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Bertrand Duplantier (CEA/Saclay; IHES). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 15:00-16:00 A PDE construction of the Euclidean $\Phi^4_3$ quantum field theorySRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Martina Hofmanova (Bielefeld University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 A scaling limit from Euler to Navier-Stokes equations with random perturbationSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Franco Flandoli (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 11:30-12:30 The scaling limit of the KPZ equation in space dimension 3 and higherSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Jeremie Unterberger (Université de Lorraine). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 10:00-11:00 Renormalisation in Regularity Structures: Part ISRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Ajay Chandra (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 25 October 2018, 09:00-10:00 The RG landscape in 1+1 dimensionsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Martin Hairer (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 24 October 2018, 11:30-12:30 Renormalized quantum BV operator and observables in gauge theories and gravitySRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Kasia Rejzner (University of York). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 24 October 2018, 10:00-11:00 Perturbative QFT in D = 4SRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Stefan Hollands (Universität Leipzig ; Universität Leipzig ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 24 October 2018, 09:00-10:00 K-theory of cuspsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lars Hesselholt (Nagoya University; University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 15:30-16:30 The critical behavior of $\phi^4_4$SRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Martin Lohmann (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 15:00-16:00 Invariant measure and flow associated to the Phi4-quantum field model on the three-dimensional torusSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Seiichiro Kusuoka (Okayama University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 The exotic part of the Picard group of K(2)-local spectra at the prime 2HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Hans-Werner Henn (University of Strasbourg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 Walking, Weakly First-Order Phase Transitions, and Complex CFTsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Slava Rychkov (IHES; École Normale Supérieure). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 11:30-12:30 Edge universality in interacting topological insulatorsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Marcello Porta (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 10:00-11:00 BV functions in separable Hilbert spacesSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Giuseppe Da Prato (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 23 October 2018, 09:00-10:00 Functional Integrals for Bose-Fermi SystemsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Manfred Salmhofer (Universität Heidelberg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 22 October 2018, 16:00-17:00 Non-equilibrium fluctuations for the slow boundary symmetric exclusionSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Patricia Gonçalves (Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 22 October 2018, 14:30-15:30 Pointwise multiplication of random Schwartz distributions with Wilson's operator product expansionSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Abdelmalek Abdesselam (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 22 October 2018, 13:30-14:30 Beyond the van Hove time scaleSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Volker Bach (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 22 October 2018, 11:00-12:00 Some questions and remarks on the theory of singular stochastic PDEsSRQW02 - Quantum field theory, renormalisation and stochastic partial differential equations Giovanni Jona-Lasinio (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 22 October 2018, 09:30-10:30 Lecture 6 - The interacting dimer modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Alessandro Giuliani (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 19 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 The Tate sphere and dualityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Vesna Stojanoska (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 October 2018, 16:15-16:30 Thurston's fragmentation and non-abelian Poincare dualityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Sam Nariman (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 October 2018, 16:00-16:15 The 10 minute shuffleHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Ieke Moerdijk (Universiteit Utrecht; University of Sheffield). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 October 2018, 15:45-16:00 Constructible étale sheaves and analytic sheavesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Peter Haine (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 18 October 2018, 15:30-15:45 Poster Prize & CloseTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 16:30-16:35 Imaging to Enhance the Treatments and Understanding of Atrial ArrhythmiasTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Marta Varela (King's College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 16:05-16:30 Ultra-high Field (7T) Magnetic Resonance Imaging in CambridgeTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Chris Rodgers (Cambridge Neuroscience). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 15:40-16:05 Lecture 5 - The interacting dimer modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Alessandro Giuliani (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 15:00-16:30 Artificial Intelligence in the Medical World: ECONIB - Automated Brain Tumour Perfusion AnalysisTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Jakub Nalepa (Future Processing). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 14:40-15:25 The Quest for Product Market Fit: Retrofitting Technical Solutions to Real World ProblemsTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Alex Menys (Motilent ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 14:05-14:40 IntroductionTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Mike Hayball (Feedback Medical Limited). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 14:00-14:05 Orthogonal G-Spectra IIHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 Textural Analysis for the Prediction of Cerebrovascular EventsTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Elizabeth Le (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 12:50-13:05 Neural Networks for Genomic Variant CallingTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Luke Harries (Cambridge Cancer Genomics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 12:35-12:50 Convolutional Neural Networks for Mesh-based Parcellation of the Cerebral CortexTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Petar Veličković (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 12:20-12:35 Where can AI add Value in Radiology?TGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Meelis Lootus (Latona Medical Ltd). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 12:05-12:20 Some Recent Advances and Challenges in Bio Image AnalysisTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 11:10-11:45 Machine Learning and the Future of Drug DiscoveryTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Adam Corrigan (AstraZeneca). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 10:35-11:10 IntroductionTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Yinhai Wang (AstraZeneca). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 10:30-10:35 Welcome and Introduction. Update from Centre for Mathematical Imaging in HealthcareTGMW61 - Developments in Healthcare Imaging - Connecting with Industry Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 17 October 2018, 10:00-10:30 TBAHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Robert Oliver (Université Paris 13 ). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 October 2018, 15:15-16:15 Real homotopy theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lennart Meier (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 16 October 2018, 13:45-14:45 Orthogonal G-Spectra IHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 15 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 Lecture 4 - The interacting dimer modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Alessandro Giuliani (Università degli Studi Roma Tre). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 15 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Lecture 3 - The interacting dimer model (copy)SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Fabio Toninelli (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 12 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Infinite loop space machines and TQFTsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Ulrike Tillmann (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 October 2018, 16:15-16:30 (Non)-formality of little discs spaces and operadsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Paolo Salvatore (Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 October 2018, 16:00-16:15 To complete or make discrete? That is the question.HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Julie Bergner (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 October 2018, 15:45-16:00 Determining the determinant sphereHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 11 October 2018, 15:30-15:45 Lecture 2 - The interacting dimer modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Fabio Toninelli (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 10 October 2018, 15:30-17:00 Equivariant multiplications and idempotent splittings of > G-spectraHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Benjamin Böhme (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 October 2018, 15:30-16:30 Tangent ∞-categories and Goodwillie calculusHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Michael Ching (Amherst College). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 09 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 Rothschild Lecture: Higher algebra and arithmetic - Monday 8th October 2018HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lars Hesselholt (Nagoya University; University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 08 October 2018, 16:00-17:00 Lecture 1 - The interacting dimer modelSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Fabio Toninelli (Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 08 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Local estimates for reaction diffusion equations with applications to $\Phi^4_3$SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Hendrik Weber (University of Bath). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 05 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Proper, equivariant, and stable!HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Stefan Schwede (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 04 October 2018, 16:15-16:30 Higher THH of Z/p^m with reduced coefficientsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Birgit Richter (Universität Hamburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 04 October 2018, 16:00-16:15 The first English group theoristHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 04 October 2018, 15:45-16:00 Transfer maps in A-theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures George Raptis (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 04 October 2018, 15:30-15:45 2-dimensional Yang-Mills theory and the Makeenko-Migdal equations (II)SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Thierry Levy (Sorbonne Université). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 03 October 2018, 15:30-16:30 The Picard group of the stable module categoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Jesper Grodal (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 02 October 2018, 15:30-16:30 Adelic models for Noetherian model categories (joint work with John Greenlees)HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Scott Balchin (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 02 October 2018, 14:00-15:00 The oldest problemLFNW01 - Fermat’s Last Theorem: A celebration 25 years on John Coates (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 01 October 2018, 16:00-17:00 Modularity, old and newLFNW01 - Fermat’s Last Theorem: A celebration 25 years on Jack Thorne (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 01 October 2018, 15:00-16:00 Some reflections on the Fermat problemLFNW01 - Fermat’s Last Theorem: A celebration 25 years on Andrew Wiles (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 01 October 2018, 14:30-15:00 2-dimensional Yang-Mills theory and the Makeenko-Migdal equations (I)SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Thierry Levy (Sorbonne Université). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 01 October 2018, 11:00-12:30 Rothschild Lecture: Random rubber bandsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Martin Hairer (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 The tmf-based Adams spectral sequence for ZHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Mark Behrens (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 Examples of non-algebraic classes in the Brown-Peterson towerHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Gereon Quick (NTNU). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Why Yang-Mills: a review of no-go results for phi^4_4SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Takashi Hara (Kyushu University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 28 September 2018, 11:00-12:30 Motivic Ctau-modules and Stable Homotopy Groups of SpheresHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Zhouli Xu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 28 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Characteristic classes determine dualizing modulesHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Vesna Stojanoska (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 Lie algebras and v_n-periodic spacesHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Gijs Heuts (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 Transchromatic homotopy theory 2HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Tobias Barthel (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)); Nathaniel Stapleton (University of Kentucky). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Rough pathsSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Peter Friz (Technische Universität Berlin). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 September 2018, 11:00-12:00 Derived algebraic geometry IIHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Ben Antieau (University of Illinois at Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 27 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Transchromatic homotopy theory 1HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Tobias Barthel (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)); Nathaniel Stapleton (University of Kentucky). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 26 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Derived algebraic geometry IHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Ben Antieau (University of Illinois at Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 26 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Modes, Ambidexterity and Chromatic homotopy.HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Tomer Schlank (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 25 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 The spectrum of units of a height 2 theoryHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Jeremy Hahn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Harvard University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 25 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 The role of p-divisible groups - 2HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Niko Naumann (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 25 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Duality and invertibility using finite resolutions - 2HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 25 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Topological modular forms with level structureHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Lennart Meier (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 24 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 On the topological Hochschild homology of Johnson-Wilson spectraHHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Christian Ausoni (University Paris 13). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 24 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 The role of p-divisible groups -1HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Niko Naumann (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 24 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 K(n)-local homotopy from a Galois theory perspective -1HHHW03 - Derived algebraic geometry and chromatic homotopy theory Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 24 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Renormalisation in QFT, statistical mechanics and stochastic PDE'sSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Hendrik Weber (University of Bath). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 21 September 2018, 11:00-12:30 MorseTheory(On.Point) vs (MorseTheory.On)PointHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Hiro Tanaka (Harvard University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 September 2018, 16:15-16:30 Twisted, not bitterHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Constanze Roitzheim (University of Kent). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 September 2018, 16:00-16:15 Brown-Comenetz dual of some K(2)-local spectrumHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Viet-Cuong Pham (University of Strasbourg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 September 2018, 15:45-16:00 K-theory of division algebras over local fieldsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lars Hesselholt (Nagoya University; University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 20 September 2018, 15:30-15:45 Why Fermions, part IISRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Margherita Disertori (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 19 September 2018, 15:30-16:30 Slopes in homological stability, the classical wayHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Nathalie Wahl (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 15:30-16:30 Questions and Wrap-upTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 15:20-15:40 UKRI Funding OpportunitiesTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 15:00-15:20 Group Leaders Feedback on Groups and DiscussionsTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 14:00-15:00 Topological Hochschild homology via generalized Thom spectraHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Christian Schlichtkrull (Universitetet i Bergen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 14:00-15:00 Group Discussions continued/preparation for Feedback SessionTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 11:30-13:00 Group discussions continuedTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 18 September 2018, 09:30-11:00 Networking and Drinks ReceptionTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 17:30-18:30 Break-out Sessions (Part 1)TGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 16:10-17:30 Initial Break-out group discussions - 'problem holder' driven challengesTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes . Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 15:30-15:50 Modelling for Coastal & Inland WatersTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Icarus Allen (Plymouth Marine Laboratory). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 15:00-15:30 Cities, Skills and Space: Capturing the UnobservableTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Neave O'Clery (University of Oxford). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 14:30-15:00 Process-based Modelling of Socio-ecological SystemsTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Calum Brown (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 14:00-14:30 So Many Decisions, So Much Uncertainty: Research Needs to Assist with Managing and Adapting to Climate and Flood Risk ChangesTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Jacqui Cotton (Environment Agency). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 12:40-13:10 Challenges for Urban Planning & Decision MakingTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Nick Francis (National Infrastructure Commission). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 12:15-12:40 Managing Landscapes Change - using Metric, Descriptive and Experiental DataTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Chris Bolton (Natural England). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 11:50-12:15 Integrated Modelling of Landscapes to Understand Cross-sectoral Interactions, Synergies and Trade-offs under Scenarios of Environmental ChangeTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Paula Harrison (Centre for Ecology & Hydrology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 11:00-11:30 Renormalisation in QFT, statistical mechanics and stochastic PDE'sSRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Hendrik Weber (University of Bath). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 11:00-12:30 Policy Talk - Decision Making for UK Landscapes - Opportunities for Systems Research in Policy DevelopmentTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Iain Williams (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 10:30-11:00 A NERC Perspective on Landscape DecisionsTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Tim Wheeler (Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 10:10-10:30 Welcome and IntroductionTGMW60 - Evidence Based Decisions for UK Landscapes Jane Leeks (Turing Gateway to Mathematics); David Abrahams (Isaac Newton Institute). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 17 September 2018, 10:00-10:10 Chessboard estimates and their role in the 1976SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory David Brydges (University of British Columbia); Hendrik Weber (University of Bath). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 14 September 2018, 11:00-12:30 RO(G)-coefficient ring of constant Mackey functor via dualityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Mingcong Zeng (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 September 2018, 16:15-16:30 Case of IdentityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Viktoriya Ozornova (Ruhr-Universität Bochum). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 September 2018, 16:00-16:15 On twisted spin-c bordism and twisted K-theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Michael Joachim (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 September 2018, 15:45-16:00 BG_2 vs the JokerHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Andrew Baker (University of Glasgow; University of Glasgow). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 13 September 2018, 15:30-15:45 Why fermions?SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory Margherita Disertori (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Wednesday 12 September 2018, 15:00-16:30 Polynomial maps, Witt vectors and Real THHHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Irakli Patchkoria (University of Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 September 2018, 15:30-16:30 The mod 2 Adams spectral sequence for tmf_*HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Robert Bruner (Wayne State University; Universitetet i Oslo). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 11 September 2018, 14:00-15:00 Reflection Positivity which plays an important role in QFT and statistical mechanics.SRQ - Scaling limits, rough paths, quantum field theory David Brydges (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Monday 10 September 2018, 11:00-12:30 A stochastic approach to constructive QFTSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Massimiliano Gubinelli (Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 September 2018, 13:30-14:30 Renormalisation group and critical phenomena - 3SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Gordon Slade (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Renormalisation group and critical phenomena - 4SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Gordon Slade (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Spectral gap critical exponent for Glauber dynamics of hierarchical spin modelsSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Roland Bauerschmidt (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 07 September 2018, 09:00-10:00 Wilsonian RG for SPDEs (Informal discussion)SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 17:15-18:15 The Flow equations of the renormalization groupSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Christoph Kopper (École Polytechnique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 Renormalisation in regularity structures - part 4SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Lorenzo Zambotti (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 Regularity structures: Reconstruction and Integration - part 4SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Felix Otto (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 13:30-14:30 Renormalisation group and critical phenomena - 2SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Gordon Slade (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Infinite-dimensional paracontrolled distributions: the Burgers generatorSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Nicolas Perkowski (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Renormalisation group and critical phenomena - 1SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Gordon Slade (University of British Columbia). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 06 September 2018, 09:00-10:00 Symmetry breaking in a gas of bosons - an approach using constructive field theorySRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Horst Knoerrer (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Renormalisation in regularity structures - part 3SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Lorenzo Zambotti (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Regularity structures: Reconstruction and Integration - part 3SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Felix Otto (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 05 September 2018, 09:00-10:00 CFT and the bootstrapSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Slava Rychkov (IHES; École Normale Supérieure). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 Introduction to the Renormalisation Group - 4SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 Universality in solid state physics and Constructive Renormalization GroupSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Vieri Mastropietro (Università degli Studi di Milano). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 13:30-14:30 Introduction to the Renormalisation Group - 3SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Renormalisation in regularity structures - part 2SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Lorenzo Zambotti (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Regularity structures: Reconstruction and Integration - part 2SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Felix Otto (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 04 September 2018, 09:00-10:00 Regularity structures: Reconstruction and Integration - part 1SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Felix Otto (Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Leipzig). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 September 2018, 16:00-17:00 Renormalisation in regularity structures - part 1SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Lorenzo Zambotti (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 September 2018, 14:30-15:30 Stochastic quantisation of Yang-MillsSRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Martin Hairer (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 September 2018, 13:30-14:30 Introduction to the Renormalisation Group - 2SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 September 2018, 11:30-12:30 Introduction to the Renormalisation Group - 1SRQW01 - Renormalisation in quantum field theory and in stochastic partial differential equations: a gentle introduction and some recent developments Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 03 September 2018, 10:00-11:00 Quo whatis quandles?HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Markus Szymik (NTNU). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 August 2018, 16:15-16:30 Unit groups are confusingHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tyler Lawson (University of Minnesota). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 August 2018, 16:00-16:15 Multiplication, not multifariousHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Anna Marie Bohmann (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 August 2018, 15:45-16:00 Equivariant sheaves aren't always WeylHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures David Barnes (Queen's University Belfast). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 30 August 2018, 15:30-15:45 Ambidexterity in the T(n)-Local Stable Homotopy TheoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lior Yanovski (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 28 August 2018, 15:30-16:30 Homology vs cohomologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Inbar Klang (Stanford University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 August 2018, 16:15-16:30 Homotopy (Pre-)Derivators of Cofibration Categories and Quasi-CategoriesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tobias Lenz (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn; Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik, Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 August 2018, 16:00-16:15 T for (SL) twoHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Marc Levine (Universität Duisburg-Essen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 August 2018, 15:45-16:00 Commutative cochainsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Steffen Sagave (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 23 August 2018, 15:30-15:45 Parametrised homotopy theory via symmetric retractive spectraHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Fabian Hebestreit (University of Bonn; Universität Augsburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 21 August 2018, 15:30-16:30 An Additivity Theorem for cobordism categories, with applications to Hermitian K-theoryHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Wolfgang Steimle (Universität Augsburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 21 August 2018, 14:00-15:00 Cyclotomic spectra and Cartier modulesHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Thomas Nikolaus (Universität Münster). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 August 2018, 14:30-15:30 Lifting G-stable endotrivial modulesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures . Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 17 August 2018, 13:15-14:15 Some results in A1-enumerative geometryHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Kirsten Wickelgren (Georgia Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 August 2018, 11:30-12:30 Klein four-slices of HF_2HHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Carolyn Yarnall (University of Kentucky). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 August 2018, 10:00-11:00 On Suslin's Hurewicz homomorphismHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Aravind Asok (University of Southern California). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 17 August 2018, 09:00-10:00 Etale and motivic variations on Smith's theory on action of cyclic groupsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Fabien Morel (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 August 2018, 16:00-17:00 Toward the equivariant stable parametrized h-cobordism theoremHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Mona Merling (Johns Hopkins University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 August 2018, 14:30-15:30 Graded Tambara functorsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Anna Marie Bohmann (Vanderbilt University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 August 2018, 11:30-12:30 Motivic normed spectra and Tambara functorsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Tom Bachmann (Universität Duisburg-Essen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 August 2018, 10:00-11:00 C_2 equivariant homotopy groups from real motivic homotopy groupsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Mark Behrens (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 16 August 2018, 09:00-10:00 Hochschild homology for Green functorsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Teena Gerhardt (Michigan State University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 August 2018, 11:30-12:30 On very effective hermitian K-theoryHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Oliver Roendigs (Universität Osnabrück; Universitetet i Oslo). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 August 2018, 10:00-11:00 Model category structures for equivariant spectraHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Doug Ravenel (University of Rochester). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 15 August 2018, 09:00-10:00 Galois extensions in motivic homotopy theoryHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Vesna Stojanoska (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 August 2018, 16:00-17:00 Motivic infinite loop spaces and Hilbert schemesHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Marc Hoyois (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 August 2018, 14:30-15:30 Algebraic models for rational equivariant commutative ring spectraHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Magdalena Kedziorek (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 August 2018, 11:30-12:30 Quadratic Welschinger invariantsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Marc Levine (Universität Duisburg-Essen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 14 August 2018, 09:00-10:00 Exodromy and endodromyHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Clark Barwick (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 August 2018, 16:00-17:00 Pic(E-Z/4) and Tools to Compute ItHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 August 2018, 14:30-15:30 A motivic Segal conjectureHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Jeremiah Heller (University of Illinois). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 August 2018, 11:30-12:30 Surfaces with involutionsHHHW02 - Equivariant and motivic homotopy theory Daniel Dugger (University of Oregon). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 13 August 2018, 10:00-11:00 On the K-theory of pullbacksHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Markus Land (Universität Regensburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Friday 10 August 2018, 14:00-15:00 Koszul to keep coolHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Dylan Wilson (University of Chicago). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 August 2018, 16:15-16:30 A Whitehead theorem for periodic homotopy groups?HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Gijs Heuts (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 August 2018, 16:00-16:15 Unexpected and confusing PicsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Hans-Werner Henn (University of Strasbourg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 August 2018, 15:45-16:00 Linearize this!HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 09 August 2018, 15:30-15:45 A tutorial on constructions of finite complexes with specified cohomology (after Steve Mitchell and Jeff Smith)HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Nicholas Kuhn (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 August 2018, 15:30-16:30 Cellular E_k-algebras and homological stabilityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Oscar Randal-Williams (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 07 August 2018, 14:00-15:00 Dreamy PicsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Vesna Stojanoska (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 August 2018, 16:15-16:30 Galois extensions, a fairy taleHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Magdalena Kedziorek (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 August 2018, 16:00-16:15 Lifting endotrivial modulesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Joshua Hunt (University of Copenhagen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 August 2018, 15:45-16:00 Linearize this!HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Agnes Beaudry (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 02 August 2018, 15:30-15:45 Tree complexes and obstructions to embeddings.HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Gregory Arone (Stockholm University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 July 2018, 15:30-16:30 Derived modular envelopes and moduli spaces of bordered Riemann surfacesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Clemens Berger (Université de Nice). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 31 July 2018, 14:00-15:00 Relative Entropy and Fisher InformationMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Marius Junge (University of Illinois; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 July 2018, 12:30-13:15 Quantum Conditional Relative Entropy and Quasi-Factorization of the relative entropyMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Ángela Capel (ICMAT). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 July 2018, 11:45-12:30 Quantum reverse hypercontractivity: its tensorization and application to strong conversesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Cambyse Rouzé (University of Cambridge - OLD). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 July 2018, 11:00-11:45 Classical and quantum features of Schur transform for information processingMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Sergii Strelchuk (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 July 2018, 09:45-10:30 Functional inequalities and the study of the speed of decoherence of an open quantum systemMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Ivan Bardet (Institut Henri Poincaré ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 27 July 2018, 09:00-09:45 Using local additivity to find examples of superadditivity of quantum channelsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Beth Ruskai (University of Massachusetts Lowell). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 16:45-17:30 HHH Gong Show - Non-commutative rational spectra and marked configuration spacesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tomer Schlank (Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 16:15-16:30 Renyi relative entropies and noncommutative L_p-spacesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Anna Jenčová (Slovak Academy of Sciences). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 16:00-16:45 HHH Gong Show - Algebraic cobordism categoriesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Fabian Hebestreit (University of Bonn; Universität Augsburg). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 16:00-16:15 HHH Gong Show - Small Picard groupsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Irina Bobkova (Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 15:45-16:00 HHH Gong Show - On beyond ChouinardHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Tobias Barthel (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 15:30-15:45 Quantum f-divergences in von Neumann algebrasMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Fumio Hiai (Tohoku University ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 14:45-15:30 Dénes Petz' legacy in quantum information theoryMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Milan Mosonyi (Budapest University of Technology and Economics). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 14:00-14:45 Dephrasure channel and superadditivity of coherent informationMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Felix Leditzky (University of Colorado). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 11:45-12:30 Partially smoothed information measuresMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Mario Berta (Imperial College London). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 11:00-11:45 Some entropy properties of discrete random variablesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Oliver Johnson (University of Bristol). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 09:45-10:30 Unions, intersections and a one shot quantum joint typicality lemmaMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Pranab Sen (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 26 July 2018, 09:00-09:45 The resource theoretic paradigm of Quantum Thermodynamics with ControlMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Mischa Woods (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 July 2018, 11:45-12:30 Resource theory of quantum channelsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Zi-Wen Liu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 July 2018, 11:00-11:45 Gaussian quantum resource theoriesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Gerardo Adesso (University of Nottingham). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 July 2018, 09:45-10:30 Coherence distillation machines are impossible in quantum thermodynamicsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Iman Marvian (Duke University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 25 July 2018, 09:00-09:45 ExodromyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Clark Barwick (University of Edinburgh). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 15:30-16:30 Geometric models of twisted K-homologyHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Thomas Schick (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 14:00-15:00 Quantum Channel Simulation and the Channel's Smooth Max-InformationMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Kun Fang (University of Technology Sydney). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 11:45-12:30 Thermodynamic capacity of quantum processesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Philippe Faist (CALTECH (California Institute of Technology)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 11:00-11:45 Strong converses and high-dimensional statistical estimation problemsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Ramji Venkataramanan (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 09:45-10:30 Rényi’s Information Dimension Beyond I.I.D.MQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Tobias Koch (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 24 July 2018, 09:00-09:45 Compression of correlated quantum-classical sources, or: the price of ignoranceMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Zahra Baghali Khanian (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 16:45-17:30 Additivity of entropic uncertainty relationsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory René Schwonnek (Universität Hannover ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 16:00-16:45 Shannon theory of ergodic sources and channelsMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Young-Han Kim (University of California, San Diego). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 14:45-15:30 Information-Theoretic Extensions of the Shannon-Nyquist Sampling TheoremMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Guangyue Han (University of Hong Kong). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 14:00-14:45 On privacy amplification, lossy compression, and their duality to channel codingMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Joe Renes (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 11:45-12:30 Lossy Compression Coding Theorems for Arbitrary SourcesMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Yiannis Kontoyiannis (University of Cambridge; Athens University of Economics and Business). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 11:00-11:45 Entropy Accumulation: The Theorem and a ConjectureMQIW05 - Beyond I.I.D. in information theory Renato Renner (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 23 July 2018, 09:45-10:30 Distribution of gaussian multiplicative chaos on the unit intervalRGMW06 - RGM follow up Tunan Zhu (ENS - Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 July 2018, 14:10-14:30 External DLA on a spanning-tree-weighted random planar mapRGMW06 - RGM follow up Joshua Pfeffer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 July 2018, 13:45-14:05 Towards quantum Kähler geometryRGMW06 - RGM follow up Remi Rhodes (Université Paris-Est). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Random stable maps : geometry and percolationRGMW06 - RGM follow up Nicolas Curien (Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Exact formulas on Gaussian multiplicative chaos and Liouville theoryRGMW06 - RGM follow up Guillaume Remy (CNRS - Ecole Normale Superieure Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 20 July 2018, 09:10-09:55 Commuting homology and homotopy inverse limitsHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Brooke Shipley (University of Illinois at Chicago). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 16:15-16:30 1.3 Thoughts on N∞ Ring SpectraHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Michael Mandell (Indiana University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 16:00-16:15 Labeled complexes and homological stabilityHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Kathryn Lesh (Union College). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 15:45-16:00 Have you seen this homology class??HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Jesper Grodal (Københavns Universitet (University of Copenhagen)). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 15:30-15:45 Quantum spanning forestsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Adrien Kassel (ENS - Lyon; CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 14:35-15:20 The fractal dimension of Liouville quantum gravity: monotonicity, universality, and boundsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Ewain Gwynne (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 13:45-14:30 The Z-Dirac and massive Laplacian operators in the Z-invariant Ising modelRGMW06 - RGM follow up Beatrice de Tiliere (Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC)). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 The semiclassical limit of Liouville conformal field theoryRGMW06 - RGM follow up Vincent Vargas (ENS - Paris). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Capacity of random walk and Wiener sausage in 4 dimensionsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Perla Sousi (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 19 July 2018, 09:10-09:55 Phase transitions of Random Constraint Satisfaction Problems - 3RGMW06 - RGM follow up Allan Sly (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Conformal loop ensembles on Liouville quantum gravity 3RGMW06 - RGM follow up Wendelin Werner (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Thick Points of Random Walk and the Gaussian Free FieldRGMW06 - RGM follow up Antoine Jego (Cambridge Centre for Analysis). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 July 2018, 09:35-09:55 Cutoff for the Swendsen-Wang dynamicsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Danny Nam (Princeton University; Seoul National University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 18 July 2018, 09:10-09:30 The Geometric DiagonalHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Bjorn Ian Dundas (Universitetet i Bergen). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 15:30-16:30 Circle patterns and critical Ising modelsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Marcin Lis (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 14:35-15:20 The Waldhausen S-construction as an equivalence of homotopy theoriesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Julie Bergner (University of Virginia). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 14:00-15:00 Geometric descriptions of the Loewner energyRGMW06 - RGM follow up Yilin Wang (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 13:45-14:30 Conformal loop ensembles on Liouville quantum gravity 2RGMW06 - RGM follow up Wendelin Werner (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Phase transitions of Random Constraint Satisfaction Problems - 2RGMW06 - RGM follow up Allan Sly (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Lattice walks & peeling of planar mapsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Tim Budd (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Tuesday 17 July 2018, 09:10-09:55 A multifractal SLE_kappa(rho) boundary spectrumRGMW06 - RGM follow up Lukas Schoug (KTH - Royal Institute of Technology ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 July 2018, 15:00-15:20 Simple random walk on supercritical causal mapsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Thomas Budzinski (ENS - Paris; Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 July 2018, 14:35-14:55 A characterisation of the Gaussian free fieldRGMW06 - RGM follow up Ellen Powell (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 July 2018, 13:45-14:30 Phase transitions of Random Constraint Satisfaction Problems - 1RGMW06 - RGM follow up Allan Sly (Princeton University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Conformal loop ensembles on Liouville quantum gravity 1RGMW06 - RGM follow up Wendelin Werner (ETH Zürich). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Monday 16 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Yaglom-type limit theorems for branching Brownian motion with absorptionRGMW06 - RGM follow up Jason Schweinsberg (University of California, San Diego). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 14:35-15:20 Multiple SLEs, discrete interfaces, and crossing probabilitiesRGMW06 - RGM follow up Eveliina Peltola (Université de Genève). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 13:45-14:30 Random walk on random planar maps IIIRGMW06 - RGM follow up Jason Miller (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Exploring random maps: slicing, peeling and layering - 3RGMW06 - RGM follow up Gregory Miermont (ENS - Lyon). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 Critical Ising model on random triangulations of the disk: enumeration and limitsRGMW06 - RGM follow up Joonas Turunen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 09:35-09:55 Geometry of large random planar maps with a prescribed degree sequenceRGMW06 - RGM follow up Cyril Marzouk (Université Paris-Sud 11 ). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Friday 13 July 2018, 09:10-09:30 Categories and orbispacesHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Stefan Schwede (Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 16:15-16:30 Splittings of tmf_1(n)HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Lennart Meier (Universiteit Utrecht). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 16:00-16:15 Sheaves over an elliptic curve and U(1)-spectra'HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures John Greenlees (University of Warwick). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 15:45-16:00 Approaches to chromatic splittingHHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures Paul Goerss (Northwestern University). Seminar Room 2, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 15:30-15:45 Condensation in critical Cauchy Bienaymé-Galton-Watson treesRGMW06 - RGM follow up Igor Kortchemski (CNRS & École polytechnique). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 14:35-15:20 Stochastic Ricci FlowRGMW06 - RGM follow up Julien Dubedat (Columbia University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 13:45-14:30 Exploring random maps: slicing, peeling and layering - 2RGMW06 - RGM follow up Gregory Miermont (ENS - Lyon). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 An introduction to gauge theories for probabilists: Part IIIRGMW06 - RGM follow up Sourav Chatterjee (Stanford University). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 10:00-11:00 An operator-theoretic approach to nonamenable percolationRGMW06 - RGM follow up Tom Hutchcroft (University of Cambridge). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Thursday 12 July 2018, 09:10-09:55 Quantum Liouville TheoryRGMW06 - RGM follow up Antti Kupiainen (University of Helsinki). Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute. Wednesday 11 July 2018, 11:15-12:15 Please see above for contact details for this list. |
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