The winners and the jury (from the left): Natália Bebiano, Simo Puntanen, Álvaro Barreras (the winner), Dietrich von Rosen, Ryo Tabata (the winner), Julia Volaufowa, Tomasz Szulc and Miroslav Rozložník.
MAT TRIAD 2017 - International Conference on MATRIX Analysis and its ApplicationsBędlewo, Poland, September 25-29, 2017
The 7th conference from the MatTriad series will be held in Będlewo (neighborhood of POZNAŃ, Poland) at the Mathematical Research and Conference Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
MatTriad provides an opportunity to bring together researchers sharing an interest in a variety of aspects of matrix analysis and its applications in other area of science. Researchers and graduate students interested in recent developments in matrix and operator theory and computation, spectral problems, applications of linear algebra in statistics, statistical models, matrices and graphs as well as combinatorial matrix theory are particularly encouraged to attend.
The format of the meeting will involve plenary sessions, sessions with contributed talks and a poster session. The list of Invited Speakers includes winners of Young Scientists Award of MatTriad'2015.
We are also planning courses delivered by leading experts. Special sessions are welcome.
The work of young scientists will receive a special consideration in the MatTriad'2017. The best poster as well as the best talk of graduate students or scientists with recently completed Ph.D. will be awarded. Prize-winning works will be widely publicized and promoted by the conference.
The conferences from MatTriad series attract a number of national and international participants, provide a high quality scientific program as well as a friendly atmosphere for the discussion and exchange of ideas.
A special issue of ELA (The Electronic Journal of Linear Algebra) will be published, with the papers strongly correlated to the talks presented during the conference.
We wish to commemorate prof. Jaroslav Zemánek by organizing a special session in his honour.
Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan: distinguished professor of Statistics at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada; editor-in-Chief for: Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods, Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation, Communications in Statistics-Case Studies, Data Analysis and Applications, and editor of several other mathematical journals
Research interests: order statistics, outliers, distribution theory, statistical inference, records, multivariate analysis, and industrial statistics
Title: Multivariate stochastic comparisons in actuarial science and applicationsAbstract
Andreas Frommer: professor of Applied Computer Science at the Department of Mathematics of Wuppertal University, Wuppertal, Germany; (associate) editor of SIAM Journal on Matrix Analysis and Applications, ETNA the Electronic Transactions on Numerical Analysis, Linear Algebra and its Applications; member of the editorial committee of Mathematical Reviews
Research interests: iterative methods for linear systems, preconditioning, matrix functions, scientific computing and high performance computing, numerical simulations in lattice quantum chromodynamics, validated numerical methods based on interval arithmetic
Title: Computing f(A)b, the action of a matrix function on a vectorAbstract
Volker Mehrmann: full professor of Mathematics at TU Berlin, Germany; member of acatech (the German academy of engineering) and vice president of GAMM (the International association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics), chair of MATHEON, the Research Center "Mathematics for key technologies" and vice chair of the Einstein Center ECMath in Berlin, SIAM fellow and also a member of the ERC Panel PE1; editor-in-chief of Linear Algebra and its Applications and editor of several other mathematical journals
Research interests: numerical mathematics/scientific computing, applied and numerical linear algebra, control theory, and the theory and numerical solution of differential-algebraic equations
Title: The distance to instability and singularity for structured matrix pencilsAbstract
K Manjunatha Prasad: professor of Mathematics at Department of Statistics, Manipal University, Manipal, Karnataka, India
Research interests: theory and applications of matrices and generalized inverses, matrices and graphs, nonnegative matrices, covariance matrix and its applications, ring theory, regular elements in rings and semigroup, partial order on matrices and regular elements
Title: Introduction to rank-function and its applicationsAbstract
Miroslav Rozložník: senior research fellow at Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic
Research interests: numerical linear algebra, orthogonalization schemes, iterative methods, saddle point systems, preconditioning, rounding error analysis
Title: Numerics of the Gram-Schmidt process and its relation to the SR decompositionAbstract
Jolanta Pielaszkiewicz: lecturer at Division of Mathematical Statistics, Department of Mathematics, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden (until December 2016); postdoctoral fellow at Department of Economics and Statistics, School of Business and Economics, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden
Research interests: high-dimensional statistics, multivariate statistics, random matrices, spectral theory, free probability
Title: On negative spectral moments using asymptotic freeness of matricesAbstract
Ernest Šanca: Ph.D. student at the Department of Mathematics and Informatics, Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad, holding a position of teaching assistant within the Board of Numerical Mathematics
Research interests: numerical and applied linear algebra, scientific computing and financial mathematics
Title: Robust dynamics of real systems based on the pseudospectraAbstract
Title: Deconstructing type IIIAbstract
Fuzhen Zhang: full professor of Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA; author of about 130 math related items; editor of several mathematical journals
Research interests: linear and multilinear algebra and matrix analysis, operator theory, functional analysis and combinatorics
Title: Tensors and some combinatorial properties of tensorsAbstract