Random Matrix Theory Workshops bring together scientists from different disciplines (physics, mathematics, information science and statistics) who work in the field of Random Matrix Theory (RMT) and its applications. This annual international series of workshops is organised by the Department of Mathematics at Brunel every year since 2005, and jointly on a two-year rotation schedule with Bielefeld University (Germany) since 2011.
The workshop usually takes place on Friday and Saturday of the last teaching week in December. The program includes 14-15 invited talks and a poster session with around 20-25 contributed posters. Every year it aims to focus on the most significant recent developments in active RMT research areas, including traditional ones in applied probability and number theory as well as novel interdisciplinary applications to complex networks, big data and machine learning.
XVI Brunel–Bielefeld Workshop on RMT, 18–19 Dec 2020
This year's event will take place online, further details are available at the workshop website.