Program & Event Information
ICERM encourages proposals for programs that support its mission to foster and broaden the relationship between mathematics and computation.
We welcome your ideas for semester programs, topical workshops, team research projects with Collaborate@ICERM, and our Summer@ICERM undergraduate research programs. How to propose an Program or Workshop.
A large part of ICERM's activities take place in the context of semester long thematic programs together with their associated workshops. Each such program hosts a number of long-term visitors (15-20 senior personnel, 5-10 postdoctoral fellows, and 8-12 graduate students) in addition to workshop participants.
|Fall 2015||Computational Aspects of the Langlands Program||Alina Bucur, Brian Conrey, David Farmer, John Jones, Kiran Kedlaya, Michael Rubinstein, Holly Swisher, John Voight|
|Spring 2016||Dimension and Dynamics||Dmitri Dolgopyat, Mike Hochman, Izabella Laba, Stefano Luzzatto, Yakov Pesin, Mark Pollicott, Joerg Schmeling, Boris Solomyak, Warwick Tucker|
|Fall 2016||Topology in Motion||Yuliy Baryshnikov, Fred Cohen, Matthew Kahle, Randall Kamien, Sayan Mukherjee, Igor Pak, Ileana Streinu, Rade Zivaljevic|
|Spring 2017||Singularities and Waves In Incompressible Fluids||Bernard Deconinck, Diane Henderson, Helena Nussenzveig Lopes, Govind Menon, Paul Milewski, Walter Strauss, Jon Wilkening|
|Fall 2017||Mathematical and Computational Challenges in Radar and Seismic Reconstruction||Liliana Borcea, Margaret Cheney, Maarten V. De Hoop, Laurent Demanet, Vladimir Druskin, Alison Malcolm, Eric Mokole, Frank Robey, Knut Solna, Chrysoula Tsogka, Lexing Ying, Edmund Zelnio|
As part of each semester program, 3-4 workshops are held at ICERM. To apply to participate in an ICERM workshop please click here.
|Sept 28-Oct 2, 2015||Modular Forms and Curves of Low Genus: Computational Aspects||John Cremona, Kiran Kedlaya, Kristin Lauter, Ralf Schmidt, Joseph Silverman|
|Oct 19-23, 2015||Explicit Methods for Modularity of K3 Surfaces and Other Higher Weight Motives||Matthias Schütt, Fernando Rodriguez-Villegas, Bianca Viray, Holly Swisher, Yuri Tschinkel, John Voight|
|Nov 9-13, 2015||Computational Aspects of L-functions||Valentin Blomer, Brian Conrey, Chantal David, David Farmer, Michael Rubinstein, Peter Sarnak|
|February 15-19, 2016||Ergodic, algebraic and combinatorial methods in dimension theory||Mike Hochman, Izabella Laba, Pablo Shmerkin, Barak Weiss|
|March 7-11, 2016||Fractal Geometry, Hyperbolic Dynamics and Thermodynamical Formalism||Lorenzo Diaz, Dmitry Dolgopyat, Maarit Jarvenpaa, Joerg Schmeling, Masato Tsujii, Amie Wilkinson|
|April 4-8, 2016||Computation in Dynamics||Denis Gaidashev, Stefano Galatolo, Stefano Luzzatto, Warwick Tucker, Michael Yampolsky|
|September 12-16, 2016||Unusual Configuration Spaces||Yuliy Baryshnikov, Michael Farber, Misha Kapovich, Randall Kamien, Ileana Streinu|
|October 17-21, 2016||Stochastic Topology and Thermodynamic Limits||Matthew Kahle, Sayan Mukherjee, Shmuel Weinberger, Ileana Streinu, Patrick Charbonneau|
|November 28-December 2, 2016||Topology and Geometry in a Discrete Setting||Eva Maria Feichtner, Larry Guth, Gil Kalai, Roman Karasev, Elchanan Mossel, Igor Pak, Rade Zivaljevic|
|Februaury 13-17, 2017||Dynamics of Small Scales in Fluids||Yan Guo, Tom Hou, Helena Lopes-Nussenzveig, Robert Pego, Vladimir Sverak, Edriss Titi|
|March 20-24, 2017||Making a Splash - Droplets, Jets and Other Singularities||Govind Menon, Paul Milewski, Benoit Pausader, Jon Wilkening|
|April 24-28, 2017||Water Waves||Bernard Deconinck, Diane Henderson, Alexandru Ionescu, Walter Strauss, Catherine Sulem|
Research clusters are scheduled during some of ICERM's semester programs. They are independently organized and consist of research group activities in a focused subfield of that semester program. Activities often begin with a collection of tutorials or a short (possibly two day) workshop. The research activities, planned by the organizer(s), may consist of teamwork, daily/weekly seminars, and closing presentations.
ICERM hosts 1-4 topical workshops each year. They focus on topics of current interest in the mathematical sciences. To apply, please submit the online application form for workshop participants. Decisions about online applications are typically made 1-3 months before the workshop.
|May 16 - 20, 2016||Effective and Algorithmic Methods in Hyperbolic Geometry and Free Groups||Tarik Aougab, Jeffrey Brock, Mladen Bestvina, Eriko Hironaka, Johanna Mangahas|
|June 13 - 17, 2016||Algorithmic Coding Theory||Mary Wootters, Atri Rudra, Hamed Hassani|
|June 27 - July 1, 2016||Illustrating Mathematics||Kelly Delp, Saul Schleimer, Henry Segerman, Laura Taalman|
|July 18 - 22, 2016||Stochastic numerical algorithms, multiscale modelling and high-dimensional data analytics||Mark Girolami, Susan Holmes, Benedict Leimkuhler, Mauro Maggioni|
|August 1 – 5, 2016||Cycles on Moduli Spaces, Geometric Invariant Theory, and Dynamics||Ana-Maria Castravet, Dawei Chen, Maksym Fedorchuk, Anton Zorich|
ICERM hosts a summer undergraduate research program called "Summer@ICERM". 12-14 undergraduates are funded to come to ICERM for an eight-week intensive program taught by faculty. Brown University UTRA students and students with outside funding are welcome to apply as well.
|June 20 - August 12, 2016||SUMMER@ICERM: 2016 Undergraduate Summer Research Program Dynamics and Stochastics||Margaret Beck, Todd Kapitula, Bjorn Sandstede|
Collaborate@ICERM offers teams of 3-6 researchers the opportunity to spend five days at the institute during the summer (May-August) or in the month of January. The team research project should have a computational or experimental component. ICERM provides access to a variety of software packages as well as to high performance computing through Brown's Center for Computation and Visualization.
Proposals are now invited and will be reviewed by the ICERM Science Board during their November meeting. See the Proposals page for more details.
ICERM hosts on-site public lectures and special events and frequently participates in national mathematical events and conferences. Part of ICERM's mission is to promote themes of national interest: diversity in the sciences, the teaching of mathematics, the role of technology and computers in research and the classroom, and the contribution of modern mathematics to everything from biology and medicine, to commerce, to climate forecasting and environmental policy.
* event is related or held off-site
|Summer, 2016||ICERM Research Experiences for Undergraduate Faculty (REUF)||Leslie Hogben, Ulrica Wilson and Paul Benich, Brianna Donaldson|