The Symposium will be centered on the work of Stanislav Smirnov (Fields Medal 2010), and its current and potential impact.
His research focuses on the fields of complex analysis, dynamical systems, and probability theory.
The scientific program is aimed at a wide audience, including graduate students, mathematicians in other research areas, and scientists who use mathematics in an important way. The public opening of the Symposium will feature two mathematics lectures, one which will be given by Stanislav Smirnov. The Symposium will also have a special event for high school and undergraduate students.
All events will be broadcast live online.
October 19 – Public Opening with Stanislav Smirnov, Isabel Bader Theatre, 7:00 p.m.
October 20 – Special Program for Students, Fields Institute, 5:30 p.m. followed by pizza dinner