Welcome to the Stochastic Models in Mathematical Physics Conference!
The goal of the conference is to bring together a diverse group of leading researchers in order to discuss recent advances in the field of Stochastic Models in Mathematical Physics. The workshop is dedicated to Professor Dmitry Ioffe of the Technion, who passed away in the Fall of 2020; his contributions to this area are invaluable. Many of the speakers were colleagues, collaborators and close friends of Dima.
Time and Place
The conference will take place in the Technion, Haifa, Israel, from the morning of Monday, September 5th (after 08:30) to the evening of Thursday, September 8th (before 18:00). See the locations and schedule tab for more detailed and continuously updated information.
Registration can be completed here. It is free of charge and your timely response is appreciated.
There will be several 45-60 min talks during each day of the conference.
Additionally, there will be several social events during the conference, including a welcome reception on Monday at the Technion, an excursion to the Carmel National Park on Tuesday, and a farewell dinner on Wednesday. More details to follow.
Please see the accommodations tab for more information.
We have limited financial resources available. If you wish to participate but do not have sufficient funding, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oren Louidor (Technion), Leonid Mytnik (Technion), Eviatar Procaccia (Technion), Ron Rosenthal (Technion).
The conference is supported by the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, the Center for Mathematical Sciences, and the Israeli Science Foundation.