2015-01-05 ~ 2015-01-10 1037
To explore new directions and develop new methods are the key missions of TSIME. There are multiple issues of fundamental methodology arising from the network science，complex adaptive systems and Big Data. The typical issues include how to build on concepts and tools from the mathematical science basing on large quantities of data readily available, and how to evaluate mathematical models, explore them computationally, and analyze enormous amounts of observed and computed data.
This five-day workshop introduces the new trends in network science, complex adaptive systems and big data. Morning lectures on the most important topics will be given by internationally renowned experts. We will also discuss recent developments towards the dynamical network, and how to treat large amounts of data. The mostly lectures are focused at following topics, but not restricted.
(1) The development of models, algorithms, and mathematical tools for analyzing the network structures raising in various engineering fields. Such as the dynamical behavior and control strategy.
(2) The development of new insights or paradigms to the Data geometry, especially on big data analysis and high-dimensional data analysis in complex systems.
|Dong-Yun Yi||National University of Defense Technology|
|Yi-Cheng Liu||National University of Defense Technology|
|Cheng-Li Zhao||National University of Defense Technology|
|Fatihcan M. Atay||Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Germany|
|Hyeong-Ohk Bae||Ajou University in Korea|
|Lizhi Cheng||National University of Defense Technology|
|Xiaojun Duan||National University of Defense Technology|
|Peter A. Gloor||Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA|
|Jiao Gu||Shanghai Normal University|
|Seung-Yeal Ha||Seoul National University, Korea|
|Chenping Hou||National University of Defense Technology|
|Qiangjuan Huang||National University of Defense Technology|
|Jianping Li||National University of Defense Technology|
|Jianguo Liu||University of Shanghai for Science and Technology|
|Zhuchun Li||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Yicheng Liu||National University of Defense Technology|
|Tingjin Luo||National University of Defense Technology|
|Xianggui Qu||Oakland University, USA|
|Zhen Shen||National University of Defense Technology|
|Hong Tao||National University of Defense Technology|
|Xiaojie Wang||National University of Defense Technology|
|Zhenbo Wang||Tsinghua University|
|Meihua Xie||National University of Defense Technology|
|Dongyun Yi||National University of Defense Technology|
|Chengli Zhao||National University of Defense Technology|
|Xiaoguang Zhang||Shanxi University|
|Xue Zhang||National University of Defense Technology|
|Yicheng Zhang||University of Fribourg, Switzerland|
The facilities of TSIMF are built on a 23-acre land surrounded by pristine environment at Phoenix Hill of Phoenix Township. The total square footage of all the facilities is over 29,000 square meter that includes state-of-the-art conference facilities (over 10,000 square meter) to hold many international workshops simultaneously, two libraries, a guest house (over 10,000 square meter) and the associated catering facilities, a large swimming pool, gym and sports court and other recreational facilities.
Mathematical Sciences Center (MSC) of Tsinghua University, assisted by TSIMF's International Advisory Committee and Scientific Committee, will take charge of the academic and administrative operation of TSIMF. The mission of TSIMF is to become a base for scientific innovations, and for nurturing of innovative human resource; through the interaction between leading mathematicians and core research groups in pure mathematics, applied mathematics, statistics, theoretical physics, applied physics, theoretical biology and other relating disciplines, TSIMF will provide a platform for exploring new directions, developing new methods, nurturing mathematical talents, and working to raise the level of mathematical research in China.
Conference booklets, room keys and name badges for all participants will be distributed at the Registry. Please take good care of your name badge. It is also your meal card and entrance ticket for all events.
All the meals are provided in the Chinese Restaurant (Building B1) according to the time schedule.
We have shuttle bus to take participants to the airport for your departure service. Please just feel free to contact Ms. Li Ye (叶莉) if you have any questions about transportation arrangement. Her cell phone number is (0086)139-7679-8300. We would provide transportation at the Haipo Square （海坡广场） of Howard Johnson for the participants who will stay outside TSIMF.
Contact Information of Administration Staffs
Location of Conference Affair Office:
Room 104, Building A
Location of Accommodation Affair Office
Room 200, Building B1
Ms. Li Ye 叶莉
Prof.Xuan Gao 高瑄