8th edition (2016) - Random Matrix Theory and applications


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The next edition of the Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics will take place at Humboldt University (Campus Adlershof), Berlin, Germany, from the 15th to the 19th of August of 2016. The school topic is Random Matrix Theory and its applications. More information and the application form is available here.

Lecturers include:

Alexander Migdal "Large Matrices in Physics and Finance"
Vladimir Kazakov (ENS Paris)
Alexei Morozov (ITEP, NRNU MEPhI, IITP Moscow)
Joao Caetano (ENS Paris)
''From Integrable Field Theories to Feynman Graphs and Vice-versa via Matrix Models''
Jason Harris (Wolfram)
Nikolay Gromov (King's College London)

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Organizers Nikolay Gromov, Vladimir Kazakov, Pedro Vieira

Registration fee The registration fee is of 100 Euro per person. It covers coffee breaks, lunches and a conference dinner (BBQ).

Accommodation The accommodation is not centrally arranged, however, we blocked some rooms in hotels on the campus and the HU guesthouse in Mitte. More information can be found here.

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Conference Venue

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Campus Adlershof
Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, Lecture Hall 0.115
Rudower Chaussee 26
12489 Berlin

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7th edition (2015) - Entanglement

The last edition of the Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics took place at Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada, from the 24th to the 29th of August of 2015. The school topic was Entanglement. More information here. Lecturers:

- Horacio Casini (Centro Atómico Bariloche, Argentina)
- Nikolay Gromov (Kings College, UK)
- Jason Harris (Wolfram Research, US)
- Juan Maldacena (Insitute for Advanced Studies, US)
- Robert Myers (Perimeter Institute, Canada)
- Guifre Vidal (Perimeter Institute, Canada)
- Wilke van der Schee (MIT, US)
- Pedro Vieira (Perimeter Institute, Canada)

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