Spring school 

Convex geometry and random matrices in high dimensions

11-15 May 2020 Paris (France)  - Amphi Marie Curie -  Institut Henri Poincaré


The school proposes two lectures of ten hours each on contemporary topics in random matrices theory and convex geometry.

The speakers are Ramon van Handel (Princeton University) and Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan).

The lectures will take place in the Amphitheatre Marie Curie (Institut Curie) on the campus of Institut Henri Poincaré (11-15 May 2020).

Registration is free but mandatory.

A limited number of fundings is available for PhD and post doctoral students. More details are given in the practical informations page. If you want to apply for a financial support, please mention it in your registration form.



Matthieu Fradelizi (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée)

Nathael Gozlan (Université de Paris)

Olivier Guédon (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée)


Organizing departments

Laboratoire LAMA - UMR 8050 - Université Paris Est Marne-la-Vallée

Laboratoire MAP5 - UMR 8145 - Université de Paris





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