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Slides and posters

The files for the oral and poster presentations will soon be available on the website.

 

PERIOD AND VENUE

5 - 9 November 2018 // Nagoya University, Japan.

See the workshop location section for more details about the locations of the event.

 

The topics of the workshop include:

[1] Discrete models for quantum gravity 
[2] Matrix models and tensor models
[3] Combinatorics of discrete spaces in dimension 2 and higher
[4] Statistical models on random/complex networks and random graphs
[5] Scaling limits and random geometry 
[6] Topological data analysis and machine learning
 
 
 

Speakers

Dario Benedetti U Paris-Sud XI France
Timothy Budd Radboud U, Nijmegen Netherlands
Benoit Collins Kyoto U  Japan
Paola Cristofori U di Modena e Reggio Emilia Italy
Bertrand Duplantier U Paris-Saclay France
Masafumi Fukuma Kyoto U Japan
Shotaro Shiba Funai OIST, Okinawa Japan
Razvan Gurau Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau France
Takashi Hara Kyushu U Japan
Þórður Jónsson U Iceland Iceland
Jun Kigami Kyoto U Japan
Renate Loll Radboud U, Nijmegen Netherlands
Cyril Marzouk U Paris Diderot France
Laurent Ménard U Paris Nanterre France
Kazuhiko Minami Nagoya U Japan
Taro Nagao Nagoya U Japan
Ion Nechita U Paul Sabatier, Toulouse France
Shinsuke Nishigaki Shimane U Japan
Pierre Nolin City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong
Ippei Obayashi WPI-AIMR, Tohoku U & RIKEN Japan
Vincent Rivasseau U Paris-Sud XI France
Naoki Sasakura YITP, Kyoto U Japan
Vasily Sazonov U Paris-Sud XI France
Etsuo Segawa Yokohama National U Japan
Daisuke Shiraishi Kyoto U Japan
Akinori Tanaka RIKEN, Wako Japan
Yoshiyuki Watabiki Tokyo Inst. of Technology Japan

 

Registration

The deadline for proposing a talk was September 20, but you can still register here, and propose the title for a poster.

 

Organizers

Yuki Sato (Faculty of Science & IAR, Nagoya U) 

Luca Lionni (YITP, Kyoto U)

 

Financing

The workshop is funded by Building of Consortia for Development of Human Resources in Science and Technology (MEXT) and Nagoya University.  

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Important note to the participants

Dear participants. Please disregard any communication not issued by the organizers of the workshop themselves. This includes emails or phonecalls from secretaries, hotels, or travel agencies. We will never request you to provide bank details or proceed to any sort of payment.

 
 
 

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