Optimal Point Configurations on Manifolds

The quest for ``good'' point configurations is ubiquitous in many applications
of mathematics, and of course in mathematics itself as well: any discretisation
of a continuous object has to satisfy an (intrinsic or extrinsic) quality
measure. Point sets or discretisations minimising a given quality measure are
of special importance. Many such quality measures have been introduced and
studied.

The first week is dedicated to a winter school with lecture series

• Dmitriy Bilyk, University of Minnesota: Minimal energy, packing, and covering

• Henry Cohn, Microsoft Research: Linear programming bounds and modular forms

• Thomas Leblé, CNRS, Université de Paris: Statistical mechanics of particle systems.

These lecture series give the opportunity to reach and
educate PhD-students and young researchers interested in the subject. Of course, besides the winter school there will be enough time for scientific interaction.

The second week is dedicated to a workshop which brings together researchers working on the subject and giving them the
opportunity to exchange recent results and to cooperate.

Coming soon.

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At a glance
Type:
Workshop
When:
Jan. 10, 2022 — Jan. 21, 2022
Where:
ESI Boltzmann Lecture Hall
Organizer(s):
Christine Bachoc (U Bordeaux)
Henry Cohn (Microsoft, Redmond)
Peter Grabner (TU Graz)
Douglas Hardin (Vanderbilt U, Nashville)
Michael Muhr (Assistant) (TU Graz)
Edward Saff (Vanderbilt U, Nashville)
Achill Schürmann (UoR)
Robert Womersley (UNSW, Sidney)
More:
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