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Organizers

Sang-il Oum


 ***** Intensive lecture series *****

DATE: June 25 - 29

TIME: 10:30AM-12PM, 2:30PM-4PM

PLACE: E6-1, ROOM 3434

SPEAKER: Jaehoon Kim (김재훈), School of Mathematics, Birmingham
University, Birmingham, UK

TITLE: A course in graph embedding

http://mathsci.kaist.ac.kr/~sangil/seminar/2018-06-25/

In this lecture, we aim to learn several techniques to find sufficient
conditions on a dense graph G to contain a sparse graph H as a
subgraph.

Tentative plan for the course (June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29)

Lecture 1 : Basic probabilistic methods
Lecture 2 : Extremal number of graphs
Lecture 3 : Extremal number of even cycles
Lecture 4 : Dependent random choice
Lecture 5 : The regularity lemma and its applications
Lecture 6 : Embedding large graphs
Lecture 7 : The blow-up lemma and its applications I
Lecture 8 : The blow-up lemma and its applications II
Lecture 9 : The absorbing method I
Lecture 10 : The absorbing method II

Other upcoming events:
1. June 26: Jinyoung Park, "Coloring hypercube"
2. July 18-20: Ron Aharoni, "Lectures on topological methods in combinatorics"

http://mathsci.kaist.ac.kr/~sangil/seminar/2018-06-25/
2018-06-20 14:08:28
KAIST Advanced Institute for Science-X (KAIX) will host its first thematic program this summer. As a part of the program, there will be a summer school on mathematics in June. This year's theme is "Introduction to the recent developments in PDE and Topology, and their intersection." Topology session will be organized by me, and PDE session will be organized by Prof. Soonsik Kwon.
 
Topology session's title is "Topics in Geometric Group Theory".
PDE session's title is "Dynamics of Partial Differential Equations". 
 
Now here are more information about the topology session of the summer school. 
One can also take this officially as a course in summer semester of 2018; 
MAS481(25.481): Topics in Mathematics I<Topics in Geometric Group Theory>. 
http://www.hbaik.org/kaix-summer-school-2018
2018-06-22 14:18:44

Main lecturers (3 hours)

Vera Mikyoung Hur (UIUC)

Juhi Jang (Univ. Southern California)

Kenji Nakanishi (RIMS)

 

1 hour lecturers

 

Myeongju Chae (Hankyong National Univ.)

Yonggeun Cho (Chun Buk National Univ.)

Tatsuo Iguchi (Keio Univ.)

Donghyun Lee (Postech)

http://mathsci.kaist.ac.kr/~soonsikk/participating-school/2018-kaix-summer-school-in-pde/
2018-06-20 15:50:44

‣ Speaker (강연자 성명): 김순영(서강대), 김호성(KIAS), 이광우(GIST), 이철규(KIAS), 정기룡(경북대), 정승조(KIAS)

‣ Organizers: 김인균(SNU), 신용주(KAIST), 윤영호(SNU)

‣ 학회 Homepage: https://sites.google.com/view/agin1n2d

https://sites.google.com/view/agin1n2d
2018-06-20 14:15:08

Organizers

Soonsik Kwon, Paul Jung

-Speaker: Terence Tao (UCLA)

-Date: June 15-16, 2017
-Time: 16:00 pm
-Place: Fusion Hall, KI B/D, KAIST

 

-Title & Abstract

[ June 15 ]

Title: The Erdős discrepancy problem
Abstract: The discrepancy of a sequence f(1), f(2), ... of numbers is defined to be the largest value of |f(d) + f(2d) + ... + f(nd)| as n,d range over the natural numbers. In the 1930s, Erdos posed the question of whether any sequence consisting only of +1 and -1 could have bounded discrepancy. In 2010, the collaborative Polymath5 project showed (among other things) that the problem could be effectively reduced to a problem involving completely multiplicative sequences. Finally, using recent breakthroughs in the asymptotics of completely multiplicative sequences by Matomaki and Radziwill, as well as a surprising application of the Shannon entropy inequalities, the Erdos discrepancy problem was solved in 2015. In this talk I will discuss this solution and its connection to the Chowla and Elliott conjectures in number theory.


[ June 16 ]
Title: Finite time blowup constructions for supercritical equations
Abstract: Many basic PDE of physical interest, such as the three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations, are "supercritical" in that the known conserved or bounded quantities for these equations allow the nonlinear components of the PDE to dominate the linear ones at fine scales. Because of this, almost none of the known methods for establishing global regularity for such equations can work, and global regularity for Navier-Stokes in particular is a notorious open problem. We present here some ways to show that if one allows some modifications to these supercritical PDE, one can in fact construct solutions that blow up in finite time (while still obeying conservation laws such as conservation of energy). This does not directly impact the global regularity question for the unmodified equations, but it does rule out some potential approaches to establish such regularity.

 

-Refreshments will be provided thirty minutes before the lecture begins.

 

-Contact

Hyeonsu Kim

hskim@kias.re.kr / +82-42-350-8545

http://home.kias.re.kr/MKG/h/dls2017
2017-04-10 10:25:50

Organizers

Sang-il Oum, KAIST
 
 

Summer School on Probabilistic Methods

Date
06/26/2017 - 06/30/2017
Location
NIMS
 
 
Five-Day Lecture Series by Prof. Joel Spencer ======================================

 

Prof. Joel Spencer (Courant Institute, New York University) http://cs.nyu.edu/spencer/ 
 
Program
=========
10 Lectures + 5 Exercise Sessions for 5 Days

Tentative Schedule of Regular Days
==============================
2 Morning Lectures + Long Break + 1 Exercise Session before the dinner
(Monday: Starting at 11am)

Lecture description
===================
The Probabilistic Method is a powerful technique developed by the legendary Paul Erdős. To show the existence of a combinatorial object one defines a random object and shows that with positive probability it has the desired properties. Erdős deduces that the object must exist. In homage, we refer to this idea as Erdős Magic. Closely aligned is the study of random structures perse. Throughout we deal with large structures and asymptotic analysis permeates all of the lectures.

The specific lectures should be regarded as tentative. We will have two lectures each day but the material given may take more or less than one lecture period. Also, new material may be added and old material deleted. Expect the actual lectures to be these descriptions times 1 ± o(1).

Lecture I: What is Erdős Magic?
Lecture II: More Erdős Magic
Lecture III: Asymptopia
Lecture IV: Random Graphs
Lecture V and VI: The Erdős-Rényi Phase Transition
Lecture VII: Games Mathematicians Play
Lecture VIII: Needles in Exponential Haystacks
Lecture IX: Counting Connected Graphs
Lecture X: Gems
 
 
https://camp.nims.re.kr/activities/eventpages/?id=207809&action=overview
2017-05-15 21:42:22

Organizers

Sijong Kwak (KAIST)

Jinhyun Park (KAIST)

2017-2 CMC Foundations for Mathematical Challenges (대전 강연)


강연자: 기하서 교수 (연세대학교)

기간: 2017년 8월 27일(일) ~ 29일(화)

시간: 

27일, 28일 : 오전 10시~11시, 11시~12시

                    오후 2시~3시, 3시~4시 (4시간 강연/일)

29일: 오전 10시~11시, 11시~12시 

장소: KAIST 자연과학동 E6-1 1501호

 

시간 / 날짜

8월 27일 (일)

8월 28일 (월)

8월 29일 (화)

9:30 – 10:00

등록

 

 

10:00 – 10:50

집중강연 1

집중강연 5

집중강연 9

11:00 – 11:50

집중강연 2

집중강연 6

집중강연 10

11:50 - 12:05

Q/A

Q/A

Q/A

12:30 - 13:30

점심

점심

점심

14:00 - 14:50

집중강연 3

집중강연 7

 

15:00 - 15:50

집중강연 4

집중강연 8

15:50 -

Q/A

Free Discussion

Q/A

Free Discussion

 

 

주제: 소수정리와 리만가설

내용: 1859년 이후 리만가설은 다양한 사람들에 의해서 다양한 방법을 통하여 연구가 진행이 되어 왔는데 이번 강의에서는 본 발표자가 지난 20년간 리만가설의 완전한 해결을 위해서 시도한 방법론들을 요약해서 소개한다.

홈페이지: http://home.kias.re.kr/MKG/h/FMC2017daejeon/


Contact
김현수
hskim@kias.re.kr / 042-350-8545

 

 

====================================================

2017-1 CMC Foundations for Mathematical Challenges (서울 강연)


강연자: 이지운 교수 (KAIST)
기간: 2017년 8월 14일(월) ~ 18일(금)
장소: 서울 KIAS 1114 강의실(국제회의실)

주제: Random matrix theory
내용: TBA

홈페이지: http://home.kias.re.kr/MKG/h/FMC2017seoul/

 

 

http://home.kias.re.kr/MKG/h/FMC2017daejeon/

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2017-06-22 14:00:05

The purpose of the conference is to help promoting the academic exchange and the friendship among researchers of three East Asian countries in the area of knot theory and related topics and encouraging graduate students of the three countries to study in this fascinating area of mathematics. 

https://sites.google.com/site/knotschool2018/index
2018-01-24 13:45:31

KSIAM 2018 Spring Conference


SCHEDULE
▶ Opening Ceremony : May 25, 13:00-13:20 [E11 203]
- Jung, Eunok (President of KSIAM)
- Kim, Sang Kyu (Dean, College of Natural Sciences, KAIST)
▶ Invited Talks
   ○ Sung, Hyung Jin (KAIST)
- Title : Logarithmic Behavior of Wall-attached Structures in a Turbulent Boundary Layer
- May 25, 13:20-14:10 [E11 203]
   ○ Hiroshi Kokubu (Kyoto University)
- Title : Computer-assisted approach to the global dynamics of multi-parameter systems
- May 25, 16:00-16:50 [E11 203]
   ○ Ha, Seung Yeal (Seoul National University)
- Title : A panoramic view of the collective dynamics
- May 26, 9:00-9:50 [E11 203]
▶ Poster Session : May 26, 10:00-10:40 [E11 1st floor]
▶ KSIAM Young Researcher Paper Award: May 25, 17:00-17:25 [E11 203]
▶ KSIAM Journal Excellent Article Award: May 25, 17:25-17:50 [E11 203]
▶ Special Sessions
○ Applications of Computational Structures
○ CJK-SIAM Joint Special Session: Mathematical Material Science I
○ CJK-SIAM Joint Special Session: Cryptology
○ Mathematical Biology I: Data analysis
○ MathWorks Special Session
○ Engineering Optimization Using CFD
○ CJK-SIAM Joint Special Session: Mathematical Material Science II
○ Applied Algebra and Geometry
○ Mathematical Biology II: Population dynamics
○ Stochastic Modeling and Analysis
○ Mathematical Modeling and Algorithms in Finance
- May 25, 14:20-15:40 [E11 203]
- May 25, 14:20-15:40 [E11 206]
- May 25, 14:20-15:40 [E11 207]
- May 25, 14:20-15:40 [E11 208]
- May 25, 14:20-15:40 [E11 209]
- May 26, 10:40-12:00 [E11 203]
- May 26, 10:40-12:00 [E11 206]
- May 26, 10:40-12:00 [E11 207]
- May 26, 10:40-12:00 [E11 208]
- May 26, 13:00-14:20 [E11 207]
- May 26, 13:00-14:20 [E11 209]
▶ General Sessions
○ General Session Ⅰ
○ General Session Ⅱ
○ General Session Ⅲ
○ General Session Ⅳ
- May 26, 10:40-12:00 [E11 209]
- May 26, 13:00-14:20 [E11 203]
- May 26, 13:00-14:20 [E11 206]
- May 26, 13:00-14:20 [E11 208]
▶ Welcome Reception : May 25, 18:00-21:00 [Faculty Club]
주 관 : 한국산업응용수학회, 이화여자대학교 수리과학연구소
후 원 : KAIST 자연과학대학, MathWorks, 연세대학교 응용해석 및 계산센터

https://www.ksiam.org/conference/30558827-2b97-4be3-872e-873ee263c85b/welcome
2018-05-23 14:52:02