Conferences and Scientific Meetings
Our Research Group is involved in organizing the following conferences and scientific meetings.
Analysis and geometry in Norway
Bergen, October 30, 2020
The workshop aims to connect researchers in Norway using geometric and analytic methods to work in geometric analysis, differential geometry, infinite dimensional geometry, stochastic analysis, rough paths and geometric numerical integration.
Young researchers between geometry and stochastic analysis
Bergen, February 12-14 2020
The central aim of the conference is to bring together researchers from different backgrounds in geometry and stochastic analysis, to discuss and advance the understanding and connection between geometric methods and techniques from stochastic analysis. We believe the conference will bring further interaction between different groups and pave the way for solving important problems. Particular emphasis will be put on aspects of the following topics: Stochastic differential geometry, geometric methods for stochastic partial differential equations, rough or stochastic differential equations on spaces with ambient geometry and numerical methods for stochastic analysis on Lie groups and manifolds.
Conference "Geometric Analysis in Control and Vision Theory"
May 9-14, 2016, Bergen/Voss
The conference "Geometric Analysis in Control and Vision Theory" is an international conference, a part of a project supported partly by the Norwegian Research Council and a result of collaboration between France and Norway in the area of geometric analysis, control and vision theory supported by iCODE, the Institute for Control and Decision (Saclay, Paris), and the French National Research Agency. This conference is organized with the aim of providing an extensive overview of some of the main topics of research in Geometric Analysis, Geometric Control, Vision Theory, in particular, focusing on infinite-dimensional Riemannian and sub-Riemannian geometry, shape analysis, image matching, algorithms of image processing, deterministic and random interfaces, geometric mechanics as well as their relations to mathematical physics. We welcome in particular, younger researchers, post-docs and graduate students.
- Workshop on differential geometry, geometric invariants, and vision theory
April 23-25, 2015, Bergen.
The main goal of the workshop is to bring together experts in differential geometry with a special emphasis on those topics, which are used in shape analysis, image matching and vision theory. We are interested in Riemannian, sub-Riemannian and conformal geometry, their Lorentzian and other signatures analogs, infinite-dimensional manifolds, first of all, the shape space and shape signatures understood from various viewpoints, from fingerprints and geometric invariants of shapes to computational aspects of vision theory. The goal is to expand and deepen our understanding of interrelations between differential geometry and vision theory. This workshop is aimed to build the national Norwegian team in geometry and its applications, with the strong international profile and cooperation with experts in the related fields of algebra, analysis and differential equations.
- Norwegian summer school on analysis and geometry for PhD students and young researchers
June 24-28, 2013, Bergen, Norway
The aim of the summer school is to highlight the state-of-the-art and perspectives of those domains of analysis and geometry, which have gained wide international recognition lately and to introduce them to Ph.D. students and young researchers.
The scientific program of the school will consist of 5 mini courses of 4-5 hours by invited lecturers, and several one-hour lectures. We also plan to include poster session, where Ph.D. students and young participants can share their results.
- International Conference "Complex Analysis and Mathematical Physics"
December 12-16, 2010, Chile, Hotel Termas de Chillán
The international conference "Complex Analysis and Mathematical Physics" is a result of collaboration between CHILE, USA, and EU in the area of Analysis and Mathematical Physics. This conference is organized with the aim of providing an extensive overview of some of the main topics of research in Complex Analysis, Mathematical Physics, in particular, focusing on Integrable Systems, Laplacian Growth, Conformal Field Theory... Read more on the conference website.
- December 1, 2009: Registration and grant application starts;
- April 1, 2010: Abstract submission starts;
- April 15, 2010: Deadline for application for grants;
- September 1, 2010: Deadline for registration and abstract submission;
- December 11, 2010: Arrival of participants, registration starts 15:00;
- December 12-16, 2010: Working days;
- December 16, 2010: Departure of participants;
- January 1, 2011: Submission of papers for a special issue of the journal "Analysis and Mathematical Physics" (Birkhäuser)
- International Workshop on Complex Analysis
dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Professor Arne Stray
November 30 - December 2, 2009, University of Bergen, Norway
This workshop is dedicated to the 65th anniversary of our dear colleague Professor Arne Stray.
Primary research interests of Arne Stray reside in Complex Analysis. His contribution to Approximation and Interpolation Theory in complex domains is reflected in more than 30 papers published in top journals such as Annals of Mathematics, Mathematische Annalen, Proceedings of AMS, etc. He has been successfully collaborating with colleagues from many countries including the USA, Spain, Ireland, and Great Britain.
Professor Arne Stray is the first winner of the Best University Lecture Prize (Foreleserprisen) established in 1996 by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Bergen.
Arne started his career in science in 1964 as a student at the University of Oslo. In 1974 he earned his PhD from this university under supervision of Professor Otte Hustad. In 1971-1985 Arne worked at the University of Agder (formerly Agder distriktshøyskole). Since 1985 Arne Stray is a professor at the University of Bergen.
The workshop will be held at the Department of Mathematics, University of Bergen.
Address: Johannes Bruns gate 12, 5008 Bergen.
- Norwegian Fall School on Analysis for PhD students and young researchers
September 10 – 13, 2009, Steinkjer Kurssenter, Norway.
The aim of the school is to bring together members of Analysis Groups from the University of Bergen and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, encourage more intensive contacts and collaboration between them.
The scientific program of the school will consist of 4 mini courses by invited lecturers, short presentations and poster session. Young participants are strongly encouraged to present their research either in 20 minutes talk or by a poster.
- International conference "Complex Analysis and Mathematical Physics" (Joint USA-Norway workshop)
June 9 – 13, 2008, Sophus Lie Conference Center in Nordfjordeid, Norway.
The international conference "Complex Analysis and Mathematical Physics" is a result of collaboration between USA and NORWAY in the area of Analysis and Mathematical Physics. This conference is organized with the aim of providing an extensive overview of some of the main topics of research in Complex Analysis, Mathematical Physics, in particular, focusing on Integrable Systems, Laplacian Growth, Conformal Field Theory. It is aimed at younger researchers, post-docs and graduate students… Read more on the conference website.
- "New Trends in Complex and Harmonic Analysis"
An international conference on Analysis and Mathematical Physics
May 7-12, 2007, Voss, Norway.
Organizers: University of Bergen (UiB) and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).
Organizing Committee: Alexander Vasil'ev (coordinator) (UiB), Hans Munthe-Kaas (UiB), Arne Stray (UiB), Henrik Kalisch (UiB), Irina Markina (UiB), Kristian Seip (NTNU), Yurii Lyubarskii (NTNU), Björn Gustafsson (KTH, Stockholm)
Objectives: The purpose of the Conference is to bring together both experts and novices in Analysis with experts in Mathematical Physics, Mechanics and adjacent areas of applied sciences and numerical analysis. The participants will present their results and discuss further developments of the frontier research exploring the bridge between Complex, Real Analysis, Potential Theory, PDE and modern topics of Fluid Mechanics and Mathematical Physics… Read more on the conference website
- Workshop on Virasoro Algebra
October 29-31, 2007, Bergen, Norway.
External visitors: Paul Malliavin, Helene Airault, Yuri Neretin.