The RTG-2131 is organizing a workshop entitled

High-dimensional Phenomena in Probability- Fluctuations and Discontinuity 
Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, September 24th - 28th 2018 

High-dimensional systems are frequent in mathematics and applied sciences, and understanding of high-dimensional phenomena has become increasingly important. The last decade has seen a tremendous growth in this area. Far reaching results were obtained and various powerful techniques, mainly of a probabilistic nature, have been developed.

The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers interested in the analysis of phenomena that arise in high dimensional random systems and regard them from different angles.

Organizers: The principal Investigators of the RTG-2131

Invited Speakers:
• Yacine Barhoumi-Andréani (Zurich/Bochum)
• Frank den Hollander (Leiden)
• David Dereudre (Lille)
• Alexander Drewitz (Köln)
• Aernout van Enter (Groningen)
• Friedrich Götze (Bielefeld)
• Masha Gordina (Connecticut)
• Wolfgang König (Berlin)
• Richard Kraaij (Delft, Bochum)
• Rafał Latała (Warsaw)
• Michel Ledoux (Toulouse)

• Joseph Lehec (Paris-Dauphine)
• Sara Mazzonetto (Duisburg-Essen)
• Florence Merlevede (Marne-la-Vallée)
• Sebastian Mentemeier (Kassel)
• Jan Nagel (Eindhoven)
• Giovanni Peccati (Luxembourg)
• Joscha Prochno (Graz)
• Matthias Reitzner (Osnabrück)
• Adrian Röllin (Singapore)
• Martin Venker (Bochum)