NYU Shanghai will be honoring the memory of Vladas Sidoravicius, Professor of Mathematics and NYU Global Network Professor, who passed away in May. Join us for a day of remembrance to celebrate his contribution to our campus and to Mathematics.
Memorial words by Joanna Waley-Cohen, Provost, NYU Shanghai
Student/Colleagues anecdotes (open mic)
11:00-11:30am: Pierre Tarrès (NYU Shanghai), an introduction to Vladas Sidoravicius’ scientific work
11:35am-12:20pm: Gérard Ben Arous (Courant Institute, New York), When the going gets rough, do you go faster when you push harder?
12:30pm: lunch on 15th floor
1:30pm-2:15pm: Maria Eulália Vares (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), on Vladas Sidoravicius' contribution to the development of Probability in Brazil
2:30pm-3.30pm: Vladas Sidoravicius’ former students, i.e.
2:30pm-2.50pm: Leandro Pimentel (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro), The Adviser, The Challenger and The Welcoming
2:50pm-3:10pm: Leo Rolla (NYU Shanghai), Site recurrence for two-type annihilating random walks
3:10pm-3.30pm: Marcelo Hilario (Federal University of Minais Gerais, Belo Horizonte), How many wholes need to be drilled to collapse a wooden cube?
4pm-4:45pm: Zhan Shi (Sorbonne Université), Discussions on a simple recursive system
5:pm-5:45pm: Thomas Spencer (Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton), Vladas, Mirrors and Second Order Transitions
Breakfast and lunch will be served. Dinner by invitation only.
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