Applications for the All-Russian Seminar "Selected Issues in Financial Mathematics" are now open
On May 22-23, the Vega Institute Foundation together with the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Faculty of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics and Moscow School of Economics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University will hold the first Russian seminar "Selected Issues in Financial Mathematics. The seminar is dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the birth of the great mathematician Andrei Kolmogorov.
Scientists from all over Russia and beyond engaged in research in financial mathematics and related fields with potential applications in this area are invited to participate.
The seminar program includes the following thematic areas:
- probability theory and stochastic processes;
- differential equations and partial differential equations;
- numerical methods;
- mathematical statistics and machine learning methods;
- mathematical finance;
- other topics.
Applications to participate as a speaker are accepted until May 3, at the seminar website. Requirements for papers:
- the paper must contain original scientific research corresponding to the seminar topics;
- abstracts are accepted in Russian or English;
- an abstract of the report should be submitted in the proposed tex-template and should not exceed 2 pages;
- the initial tex-file and pdf-file of the abstract are to be attached to the application.
The registration as a listener is open at the website until May 15.
Undergraduate and graduate students may attend the seminar as listeners.
Participation is free. Travel of speakers to and from the venue of the seminar, as well as accommodation are provided by the organizers. Participation is also possible in the online format.More information about the event can be found on the website of the seminar.
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