Workshop "Hilbert’s Sixth Problem”

Workshop "Hilbert’s Sixth Problem

University of Leicester, May 02-04, 2016

The program

The main aims of the workshop are

1.    To facilitate interdisciplinary discussion across key mathematical and physical disciplines involved in solution of Hilbert’ sixth problem about the state of art.

2.    To synthetize an integral interdisciplinary point of view on Hilbert’s sixth problem and renew the programmatic call in the light of the latest achievements.

3.    To provide guidance to early career researchers via an indication of future research directions in Hilbert’s sixth problem.

4.    To disseminate the modern achievements and renewed programmatic call in a series of review publications.

The organizer

Alexander Gorban, Dept. of Mathematics, University of Leicester, ag153@le.ac.uk

The Scientific Committee of the Workshop

  • Luigi Accardi, University of Roma Torvergata, Italy,  
  • Alexander Bobylev, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia,
  • Pierre Degond, Chair Professor in Applied Mathematics, Imperial College London, UK,  
  • Marshall Slemrod, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA. 

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