Conference on the Mathematics of Complex Data in Stockholm, June 13-16

René Corbet writes
Dear all,

We would like to announce the Conference on the Mathematics of Complex Data in Stockholm on June 13-16, 2022, hosted by the Brummer & Partners MathDataLab at the Department of Mathematics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

The aim of the conference is to bring together leading experts in the field and highlight recent advances in mathematics related to data analysis and artificial intelligence. The conference is intended to cover a broad range of topics with emphasis on data analysis, including algebra and topology, probability and statistics, applied harmonic analysis, and optimization.

The following is a snippet of topics covered at the conference.
* Algebraic statistics
* Applied harmonic analysis
* Computational methods for complex data
* Control and optimisation in machine learning
* High-dimensional statistics
* Mathematics of deep learning
* Stochastic analysis in learning
* Topological data analysis

The list of our speakers includes Patrick Cheridito (ETH, Zurich), Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan), Kathryn Hess Bellwald (EPFL), Mauro Maggioni (Johns Hopkins University), Eric Moulines (Ecole Polytechnique), Bernd Sturmfels (Berkeley/MPI Leipzig), Joel Tropp (Caltech), and Sara van de Geer (ETH, Zurich).

The registration is open. For more details see https://www.mathdatalab.org/ .

We will also organize a poster session. You are very welcome to apply for contributing by presenting your poster. We are preparing a book of abstracts for the conference. To be included, we need the applications for the poster by April 30.
Here is a link to the application for the poster session: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSej0C68CEAZmdctAaAcq-TQ8fhQiJ7rIjZzdBg-eX6IoTrXsw/viewform?usp=pp_url

We are excited to welcome you to Stockholm this summer!

Best wishes from the organizing team, René Corbet

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