## Workshop on Random Matrices, Stochastic Geometry and Related Topics

## Aim

The purpose of this workshop is to overview recent developments in random matrices, stochastic geometry and related fields, and to foster exchanges among researchers in Asia.

## Dates and Venue

14 (Thur) Morning -- 16(Sat) evening, March, 2019, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Venues are as as follows:

14, 15th: Institute for Mathematical Sciences (IMS)

## Program

**The pdf version (with abstracts) is here.**** **

**March 14th (Thus) at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences**

**9:00--9:45 Makoto Katori, Partial Isometries, Duality, and Determinantal Point Processes**

**10:00--10:45 Wei Hsuan Yu, Maximum spherical two-distance sets (Slides of this talk)**

**11:00--11:45 Khanh Duy Trinh, A central limit theorem for add-one cost stabilizing functionals (Slides of this talk)**

**11:50--13:30 Lunch**

**13:30--14:15 Naoto Miyoshi, Scaling limits of interference fields in spatial stochastic models of ultra-dense wireless networks (Slides of this talk)**

**14:30--15:15 Yi Li, Matrix-related Problems In Data Streams**

**15:20--16:00 Coffee Break**

**16:00--16:45 Guangming Pan, Asymptotic independence between the spiked eigenvalues and linear spectral statistics**

**March 15th (Fri) at the Institute for Mathematical Sciences**

**9:00--9:45 Kazuhiro Kuwae, Green-tight measures of Kato class and compact embedding theorem for symmetric Markov processes (Slides of this talk)**

**10:00--10:45 Kiyotaka Suzaki, A limit theorem for persistence diagrams of random filtered complexes built over marked point processes**

**11:00--11:45 Anirban Basak, Spectrum of random perturbations of finitely banded Toeplitz matrices (Slides of this talk)**

**11:50--13:30 Lunch**

**13:30--14:15 Yosuke Kawamoto, Convergence theorems related to Airy interacting infinite dimensional stochastic differential equations (Slides of this talk)**

**14:30--15:15 Louis H. Y. Chen, Stein’s method and Palm theory in random measures**

**15:20--16:00 Coffee Break**

**16:00--16:45 Bikramjit Das, Inference with random sets: QQ plots and mean excess plots (Slides of this talk)**

**18:30--21:00 Banquet**

**March 16th (Sat) at the Department of Mathematics, NUS (Building S17, Floor 05, Room #12)**

**9:00--9:45 Yang Chen, Small Eigenvalues of Large Hankel Matrices**

**10:00--10:45 Wang Dong, Phase transition related to Lyapunov exponents in the model of product of complex Ginibre matrices (Slides of this talk) **

**11:00--11:45 Hideki Tanemura, Systems of hard balls with long-range interactions**

**11:50--13:30 Lunch**

**13:30--14:15 Zhigang Bao, Local single ring theorem on optimal scale (Slides of this talk)**

**14:30--15:15 Nicolas Privault, Normal approximation in random subgraph counting by the Stein method and discrete-time stochastic analysis**

**15:20--16:00 Coffee Break**

**16:00--16:45 Hirofumi Osada, A scheme solving infinite-dimensional stochastic differential equations (Slides of this talk)**

## Registration

Please make a registration from here

## Accomodation

There will be a shuttle service between the hotel and the workshop venue in the morning and in the evening.

## Banquet

The conference dinner will take place at the University Club (Prive´ Grill) in the evening of Mar. 15.

## Sponsor

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) 18H01124

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) 16H06338