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Phenomena in high dimensions

Objective

This programme will bring together internationally leading researchers and young scientists from several mathematical disciplines. The goal of the project is to investigate and to understand in depth the typical phenomena that occur in high-dimensional sy stems. The multidisciplinary program will provide young scientists with an appreciation of the unity of these disciplines and will structure their research training to help them freely to transfer ideas from one context to another. The achievement of t his goal will be facilitated by the fact that among the senior scientists in the programme are many of the architects of the last 20 years¿ developments. Each year there will be an annual one-week conference and summer schools lasting one or two months, where students and postdoctoral researchers will be able to meet, to talk to leading figures in several different fields, and to attend expository lecture courses. The network will also organize one or more shorter workshops each year, on specific topics w ithin the programme, where the emphasis will be on training and transfer of knowledge. There will be an annual 2-3-day workshop in which fellows will be asked to present their work and to attend the presentations of others. The six main task areas of the project are : ¿ Asymptotic Geometric Analysis ¿ Isometric Convex Geometry ¿ Asymptotic Combinatorics ¿ Randomised Computation and Complexity ¿ High-dimensional Phenomena in Mathematical Physics ¿ Isoperimetric Principles in Geometry and Probability The co ordinator and the Mathematical Department of Marne-la-Vallée will provide appropriate support for network information centre including a web homepage, newsletters and a preprint database in order to ensure effective dissemination of the results. The netwo rk contains 13 participants from 11 countries and involves more than 300 researchers. It will provide a minimum of 285 person-months of training for Early Stage and Experienced Researchers.

Call for proposal

FP6-2002-MOBILITY-1
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Funding Scheme

RTN - Marie Curie actions-Research Training Networks

Coordinator

CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE
Address
3, Rue Michel-ange
Paris
France

Participants (12)

ALBERT-LUDWIGS-UNIVERSITÄT FREIBURG
Germany
Address
Fahnenbergplatz
Freiburg
ALFRÉD RÉNYI INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS - HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Hungary
Address
Realtanoda Utca 13-15
Budapest
CHRISTIAN-ALBRECHTS-UNIVERSITÄT ZU KIEL
Germany
Address
Olshausenstrasse 40
Kiel
INSTITUTE FOR LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS
Ukraine
Address
Lennin's Avenue, 47
Kharkov
INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICS OF THE POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
Poland
Address
Ul. Sniadeckich 8
Warszawa
NATIONAL AND KAPODISTRIAN UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS
Greece
Address
Christou Lada Street 6
Athens
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT WIEN
Austria
Address
Karlsplatz 13
Wien
TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY
Israel
Address
Ramat Aviv
Tel Aviv
UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA
Spain
Address
C/ Pedro Cerbuna, 12
Zaragoza
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI FIRENZE
Italy
Address
Piazza S.marco, 4
Firenze
UNIVERSITE PAUL SABATIER-TOULOUSE III
France
Address
Route De Narbonne, 118
Toulouse
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
United Kingdom
Address
Gower Street
London