Random Matrices

Date: Tuesday 29 May - Friday 1 June 2012

Venue: Mathematik-Zentrum, Lipschitz Lecture Hall, Endenicher Allee 60, Bonn

Organizers: Holger Rauhut, Patrik Ferrari, Benjamin Schlein


Random Matrices and their analysis play an important role in various areas, such as mathematical physics, statistics, Banach space geometry, signal processing (compressive sensing), analysis of optimization algorithms, growth models and more. The interaction with application fields, in particular, has triggered high research activity in random matrix theory recently. The proposed workshop aims at bringing together experts and junior researchers working on various aspects of random matrices, and to report on recent advances. In particular, we aim at identifying possible new directions and methods that may arise from the combination of different expertises.