This workshop, funded by the Simons Foundation, is the third in a series of meetings organized at UT Austin on related topics, alternating yearly in an emphasis on mathematics one year, and on network applications the next. The 2016 workshop will again be on the mathematics of stochastic processes and graphs, this time focusing on the studies of processes in, and on, large graphs. Our aim is to bring together a diverse set of eminent researchers from various communities in this broad subject, to give a global picture which will hopefully lead to interactions and cross-fertilization.
David Aldous (Berkeley, USA)
Eli Ben-Naim (Los Alamos, USA)
Remco van der Hofstad (Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
Alexander Holroyd (Microsoft/Seattle, USA)
Richard Kenyon (Brown Univ., USA)
Laurent Massoulie (Microsoft/Inria, France)
Elchanan Mossel (UPenn & Berkeley, USA)
Joe Neeman (UT Austin, USA & Hausdorff Inst., Germany)
Joel Spencer (NYU, USA)
Michael Steele (UPenn, USA)
Balazs Szegedy (Budapest, Hungary)
Lutz Warnke (Cambridge, UK)
Nick Wormald (Monash Univ., Australia)
The workshop is supported by the Simons Foundation.
Attendance is free and open to all but registration is required.