Random Walks in Math, Physics, & Society

May 25 - 28, 2020
Queen's University (Kingston, ON)


Registration (Some funding available for speakers and early career mathematicians, Deadline March 15th)

Crash Course on Random Walks (May 25th):

Joseph Maher (CUNY)

Speakers (May 26th-28th):

Carolyn Abbott (Columbia University)
Nayantara Banerjee (University of Delaware)
Jo Bovy (University of Toronto)
Matthias Danninger (TRIUMF)
Daryl Deford (MIT)
Talia Fernos (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Ilya Gekhtman (University of Toronto)
Vadim Kaimanovich (University of Ottawa)
Martin Lysy (University of Waterloo)
Chad Schafer (Carnegie Mellon University)
Giulio Tiozzo (University of Toronto)
Jun Yang (University of Toronto)

In accordance with the Statement of Inclusiveness , this event will be open to everybody, regardless of race, sex, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, pregnancy, immigration status, or any other aspect of identity.

Organizational Committee:

Ilya Kapovich (Hunter College)
Catherine Pfaff (Queen's University)
Aaron Smith (University of Ottawa)
Aaron Vincent (Queen's University)
Troy Zeier (Queen's University)

This conference acknowledges, and is grateful for, support from the Fields Institute, the Queen's University Department of Mathematics and Statistics, and the Queen's University Faculty of Arts and Sciences. The organizers are also grateful to the Queen's University Department of Mathematics and Statistics for hosting this conference.