# Foundations of Computational Mathematics, Vancouver, Canada, FoCM 2020

Foundations of Computational Mathematics (FoCM) 2020

Simon Fraser University, Downtown Vancouver, Canada

June 15-24, 2020

FoCM 2020 is the latest edition of the conference series of the FoCM society. Its aims are to promote research at the interface of mathematics and computation, and to foster interaction between mathematics, computer science and other areas of computational science.

The plenary speakers are: Folkmar Bornemann, Sara van de Geer, Philipp Grohs, Alice Guionnet, Thomas Hales, Aicke Hinrichs, Kristen Lauter, Bojan Mohar, Sebastian Reich, Ed Saff, Carola Schoenlieb, Dan Spielman, Rekha Thomas, Caroline Uhler, Mariel Vazquez, Becca Willett, Sara Zahedi

FoCM features themed parallel workshops, each spanning a three-day period, with the conference comprising three periods in total. Workshop talks are primarily by invitation. There will be sessions during each of the three periods featuring contributed poster presentations.

Information about registration and contributed submissions will be announced shortly.

Plenary speakers

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Folkmar Bornemann, Sara van de Geer, Philipp Grohs, Alice Guionnet, Thomas Hales, Aicke Hinrichs, Kristen Lauter, Bojan Mohar, Sebastian Reich, Ed Saff, Carola Schoenlieb, Dan Spielman, Rekha Thomas, Caroline Uhler, Mariel Vazquez, Becca Willett, Sara Zahedi

Workshop Topics

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Period 1, June 15, 16, 17, 2020:

I.1 Multiresolution and Adaptivity in Numerical PDEs

I.2 Computational Algebraic Geometry

I.3 Computational Number Theory

I.4 Computational Geometry and Topology

I.5 Geometric Integration and Computational Mechanics

I.6 Mathematical Foundations of Data Assimilation and Inverse Problems

I.7 Stochastic Computation

Period 2, June 18,19, 20 of 2020

II.1 Computational Dynamics

II.2 Continuous Optimization

II.3 Real-Number Complexity

II.4 Learning Theory

II.5 Random Matrices

II.6 Approximation Theory

II.7 Computational Harmonic Analysis and Compressive Sensing

Period 3, June 22, 23, 24 of 2020:

III.1 Numerical Linear Algebra

III.2 Computational Mathematical Biology with Emphasis on the Genome

III.3 Graph Theory and Combinatorics

III.4 Foundations of Numerical PDEs

III.5 Information-Based Complexity

III.6 Symbolic Analysis

III.7 Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomial

**Submitted by aszanto |

**12 / Oct / 2019