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Residues of logarithmic differential forms
Alexander Alexandrov (ag_aleksandrov@mail.ru)

The purpose of the talk is to give an elementary introduction to the
theory of residue of logarithmic and multi-logarithmic differential
forms, and to describe some of the less
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Gradient and oscillation estimates and their applications
Ben Andrews (Ben.Andrews@anu.edu.au)

I will survey some recent developments where the use of `oscillation estimates', bounding differences in values of a quantity at different points in terms of their separation, can give sharp new   more...


On semifields of order q^8,admitting automorphism groups of order 8
Mashhour Bani Ata (mashhour_ibrahim@yahoo.com)

The aim of this talk is to investigate the existence of semifields of order q^8,admitting automorphism groups of order 8
  


Modeling, analysis and simulation for degenerate dipolar quantum gas
Weizhu Bao (matbaowz@nus.edu.sg)

In this talk, I will present our recent work on mathematical models, asymptotic analysis and numerical simulation for degenerate dipolar
quantum gas. As preparatory steps, I begin with the
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Recent Developments on Ricci Solitons
Huai-Dong CAO (huc2@lehigh.edu)

The notion of Ricci soliton was introduced by Richard Hamilton in mid 1980s. Ricci solitons are natural extension of Einstein metrics. They often arise as singularity models, and play a significant   more...


On explicit birational geometry of algebraic 3-folds
Meng CHEN (mchen@fudan.edu.cn)

We will survey some recent development on birational geometry of algebraic 3-folds.
  


On explicit birational geometry of algebraic 3-folds
Jung-Kai CHEN (jkchen@math.ntu.edu.tw)

We will survey some recent revelopment on birational geometry of algebraic 3-folds.
  


Striking formulae of Ramanujan-like for $\zeta(2)$ and v$\zeta(3)$
WENCHANG CHU (chu.wenchang@unisalento.it)

Ramanujan's infinite series involving $\pi$ has inspired many contributions in the twnentieth century, mainly by Borweins and Chudnovskys. Recently, Guillera found seven remarkable infinte series   more...


Complexity of Counting Problems
Jin-Yi Cai (jyc@cs.wisc.edu)

We report some recent progress on the computational complexity
of counting problems. For a variety of problems we can now
establish sharp classification theorems, which classify
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Dynamic Programming or Direct Comparison?
Xiren Cao (eecao@ust.hk)

The standard approach to control and optimization of stochastic systems is based on dynamic programming. Recently, an alternative approach to stochastic learning and optimization has been developed.   more...