The 2017 event features two lectures by Pr. Senya Shlosman (CNRS) on “Mean-field Networks and Non-Linear Markov Processes.” Abstract: I will talk about the behavior of large highly connected networks. For some ranges of parameters these networks exhibit stationary behavior (lecture 1), while for some other values of parameters they never equilibrate, and go to […]

#### Simons Conference on Random Graph Processes, May 9-12, 2016

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 […]

#### Simons Conference on Networks and Stochastic Geometry , May 18-21, 2015

Hosted by the Department of Mathematics and the Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG) at the University of Texas at Austin, the Simons Conference brings together a diverse set of world-class researchers from various scientific communities to foster interdisciplinary engagement. The multi-day event focuses on the intersection of mathematics and applications to drive the future […]

#### Simons Workshop on Stochastic Geometry and Point Processes, May 5-8, 2014

This workshop focuses on the mathematical foundations of stochastic geometry and point processes. It includes both research talks by active researchers in the field and mini courses of a more tutorial nature. This workshop is part of the month-long program on Kinetics, non standard difussions and stochastics, involving senior and junior researchers, postdocs and graduate […]

#### Simons Chair Lectures on Network Mathematics, May 7-9, 2013

The 2013 event featured two series of lectures: Lectures by Dr. Laurent Massoulie, inria microsoft research center, Paris: “Spectral, submodular and semi-definite clustering in social networks.” Lectures by Prof. Sergey Foss, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh and institute of mathematics, Novosibirsk: “Rare events in random walks and queueing networks in the presence of heavy-tailed distributions.”