Organizing Committee
 Dmitriy Bilyk
University of Minnesota  William Chen
Macquarie University  Aicke Hinrichs
Johannes Kepler Universit?_t Linz  Michael Lacey
Georgia Institute of Technology  Mikhail Lifshits
St. Petersburg State University  Friedrich Pillichshammer
Johannes Kepler Universit?_t Linz
Abstract
Discrepancy theory deals with the problem of distributing points uniformly over some geometric object and evaluating the inevitably arising errors. The theory was ignited by such famous early results as Herman Weyl's equidistribution theorem and Klaus Roth's theorem on the irregularities of point distributions.
The subject has now grown into a broad field with deep connections tomany areas such as number theory, combinatorics, approximation theory, harmonic analysis, and probability theory, in particular empirical and Gaussian processes. The computational aspects of the subject include searching for welldistributed sets and numerical integration rules. Despite years of research, many fundamental questions, especially in high dimensions, remain wide open, although several important advances have been achieved recently.
The participants of this workshop will share a wide range of views on topics related to discrepancy with an eye towards the recent developments in the subject. The workshop will bring together different communities working on various aspects of discrepancy theory. The exchange of ideas and approaches, the crossfertilization of viewpoints, sharing the visions of near and far term goals of the field will be the highlight of the conference.
Confirmed Speakers & Participants

Ali Ahmed
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Christoph Aistleitner
Technische Universit?_t Graz

Theresa Anderson
Brown University

Ulas Ayaz
Rheinische FriedrichWilhelmsUniversit?_t Bonn

Nikhil Bansal
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Kinjal Basu
Stanford University

Oleksandra Beznosova
University of Alabama

Dmitriy Bilyk
University of Minnesota

Sergiy Borodachov
Towson University

Luca Brandolini
Universit?_ di Bergamo

William Chen
Macquarie University

Yanlai Chen
University of Massachusetts

Jaqueline Davis
Arizona State University

Francesco Di Plinio
Brown University

Josef Dick
University of South Wales

Benjamin Doerr
Ecole Polytechnique

Carola Doerr
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)

Dinh Dung
Vietnam National University

Armin Eftekhari
Colorado School of Mines

Simon Foucart
University of Georgia

Frank (Fuchang) Gao
University of Idaho

Alexander Gilbert
University of New South Wales

Sigrid Grepstad
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Michael Griebel
Institute for Numerical Simulation

C. Gunturk
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Aicke Hinrichs
Johannes Kepler Universit?_t Linz

Roswitha Hofer
Johannes Kepler Universit?_t Linz

Thang Huynh
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

Alex Iosevich
University of Rochester

Alex Kontorovich
Rutgers University

Ben Krause
UCLA

Frances Kuo
University of New South Wales

Michael Lacey
Georgia Institute of Technology

Christiane Lemieux
University of Waterloo

Lev Markhasin
Universit?_t Stuttgart

Azita Mayeli
CUNY

Akil Narayan
University of Utah

Deanna Needell
UCLA

Aleksandar Nikolov
Microsoft Research

Dirk Nuyens
KU Leuven

Yumeng Ou
Brown University

Andrew Pollington
National Science Foundation

James Propp
UMass Lowell

Edward Saff
Vanderbilt University

Zhongwei Shen
University of Kentucky

Pawel Siedlecki
University of Warsaw

Maxim Skriganov
Russian Academy of Sciences

Craig Spencer
Kansas State University

Stefan Steinerberger
Yale University

Gowri Suryanarayana
KU Leuven

Krystal Taylor
The Ohio State University

Vladimir Temlyakov
University of South Carolina

Robert Tichy
Technische Universit?_t Graz

Giancarlo Travaglini
Universit?_ di Milano  Bicocca

Li Wang
University of Buffalo

Yingwei Wang
Purdue University

Rachel Ward
University of Texas at Austin

Grzegorz Wasilkowski
University of Kentucky

Houying Zhu
University of New South Wales