Random Matrix Theory Symposium
Random Matrix Theory Symposium is a one-day event with guest speakers from Broad Institute, Columbia University, Google, Harvard, MIT, and University of Texas-Austin. The one-day symposium, organized by Drs. Andrew Blumberg, Mathieu Carrière, Ivan Corwin, and Raul Rabadan, is part of the events supported by the Columbia University Center for Topology of Cancer Evolution and Heterogeneity (Director: Dr. Rabadan), which is part of the National Cancer Institute's Physical Sciences in Oncology Network, and the "Probability and Society" initiative for Columbia. The purpose of the symposium is to present foundations and applications of Random Matrix Theory in biology and computer science.
For more details and to register, visit the symposium's website.
Co-sponsored by the Program for Mathematical Genomics.
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