ROUND MEANFIELD II
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MEANFIELD BETWEEN FRANCE AND ITALY
This small franco-italian workshop is dedicated to exploring relationships between particle systems and their mean field and graph limits, that are now ubiquitous in a number of research problems.
Among them and far of being exhaustive, let us mention the study of opinion dynamics, collective behaviors, passage from micro to macroscopic scale in biology or in multi-agent systems.
The main objective is to have a collaborative meeting between different research groups,to create a friendly exchange area among the participants, which will be able to present and discuss their ongoing works on such topics.
Invited participants: Nathalie AYI, Dario BENEDETTO, Laurent BOUDIN, Emiliano CRISTIANI, Pierre DEGOND, Marco DI FRANCESCO, Pierre-Emmanuel JABIN, Marta MENCI, Sébastien MOTSCH, Lorenzo PARESCHI, Nastassia POURADIER DUTEIL, Mario PULVIRENTI, Francesco ROSSI, Stefano ROSSI, and Francesco SALVARANI.
Scientific and Organization committee: Roberto NATALINI, Thierry PAUL and Emmanuel TRÉLAT
Speakers: Nathalie AYI, Laurent BOUDIN, Pierre DEGOND, Marco DI FRANCESCO (TBC), Marta MENCI, Sébastien MOTSCH, Lorenzo PARESCHI, Nastassia POURADIER DUTEIL, and Francesco SALVARANI.
IMPORTANT WARNING: due to a limited number of seats in the aula Marconi, the registration is mandatory (but free).
This workshop is supported by the Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo "M.Picone" - Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, and by the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions - Sorbonne Université.
Round Meanfield II takes place while Thierry Paul is assigned to the IRL LYSM "Ypatia Laboratory of Mathematical Sciences" created on December 10 2021 by an agreement between the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), and the INdAM (l’Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica). Its task is to help scientific collaborations by supporting financialy missions and conferences. More generaly, LYSM want to facilitate scientific exchanges between France and Italy in all fields of mathematics.