Random Matrix Theory: Recent Applications
Copenhagen, May 7-16, 2007
The workshop Random Matrix Theory: Recent Applications is a joint arrangement of the Niels Bohr International Academy, the European Network of Random Geometry, NORDITA and the Theoretical Subatomic Physics and Cosmology Group at the Niels Bohr Institute.
The purpose of the workshop is to expose the most recent developments in random matrix theory and related fields, and to generate discussions between scientists applying random matrix techniques in different areas.
We aim at having 2-3 talks per day, leaving ample of time for more informal interaction.
The period of the workshop is May 7-16, 2007. The workshop takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark.