A conference in honor of Len Gross
 Cornell logo Stochastic Analysis and Mathematical Physics
April 11-13, 2010



The conference themes, which are inspired by the career of Professor Leonard Gross, include;
  • stochastic analysis.
  • heat kernel analysis.
  • functional inequalities.
  • mathematical physics.

This conference, sponsored by Cornell probability group's research training grant from the NSF, will bring together many  mathematicians working in the areas related to Professor Gross' varied interests. This conference will be an occasion for his students, colleagues, and friends to meet for an overall look at his work and its influence on current research.

Organizers: Bruce Driver (UCSD), Masha Gordina (University of Connecticut)

Confirmed Speakers
*Sergio Albeverio University of Bonn
*Fabrice Baudoin Purdue University
*Eric Carlen Rutgers University
*Rene Carmona Princeton University
*Brian Hall University of Notre Dame
*Todd Kemp UCSD (visiting MIT)
*H.-H. Kuo Louisiana State University
*Michel Ledoux Université de Toulouse, France
*Artem Pulemotov University of Chicago
*Michael Roeckner University of Bielefeld, Germany
*Ambar Sengupta Louisiana State University
*Dan Stroock MIT

This conference has been made possible through a grant to Cornell from the National Science Foundation, whose generosity is gratefully acknowledged.  We also acknowledge the Cornell mathematics department for their generosity in supplying a venue for this conference.

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