The demands of modern science and engineering have placed us in a position where it is vital to develop methods for qualitative analysis and recognition problems in contemporary contexts, including data (finite metric spaces as samples from experiments, surveys, or sensors), networks (internet traffic, gene regulation, coordinated robotics, communications), and dynamics (systems equipped with only finite resolution or which are stochastic).
Please explore the tabs below to get a fuller description of the program -- the organizing committee, their vision for the year, and the workshops being planned. The IMA will select up to eight postdoctoral fellows to participate in the program.
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