Autumn School: From interacting Particle systems to Kinetic equations

  from 11/26/18 to 11/30/18.
Autumn School
From interacting Particle systems to Kinetic equations:  modelling, control and numerical methods
from 26th to 30th, November in Verona, Italy.  

The school is adressed to master students, and Ph.D. candidates in Mathematics, and will have the following program and structure:

3 mini-courses, 
"Agent Models of 1st and 2nd order: From micro to macro",  José A. Carrillo (Imperial College London);
"Mean-Field optimal control and other types of games",  Massimo Fornasier (TU München);
"Efficient Numerical Methods for Kinetic Equations", Jingwei Hu (Purdue University);

 3 focused seminars with tutorial sessions,
"Numerical Methods for Control and Games over Multiscale Agent-Based Models", Dante Kalise (Imperial College London);
"Herding Sheep - a mathematical approach", Claudia Totzeck (TU Kaiserslautern);
"Uncertainty Quantification for Kinetic Equations of the Collective Behavior", Mattia Zanella (Politecnico di Torino).

Registration is free but mandatory, and places available are limited.
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