[Liste Smai] Foundation of Computational Mathematics 2023 conference : opening of registration

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The Foundation of Computational Mathematics 2023 conference
will take place in Paris, France, from June 12 to 21, 2023, at the 
International Conference Center of Sorbonne Université, Paris, France.

We hope that you will join this in-person event. Detailed information 
can be found on 


Opening of registration: November 7, 2022.
End of early bird registration: April 23, 2022

Plenary lecturers for FoCM 2023 :

Ben Adcock (Simon Fraser University)
Gérard Ben Arous (New York University)
Carina Curto (Penn State)
Bettina Eick (TU Braunschweig)
Daniel Kressner (EPFL)
Eva Miranda (Polytechnic University of Catalonia)
Yuri Nesterov (UC Louvain)
Richard Nickl (Cambridge University)
Kavita Ramanan (Brown University)
Angelika Steger (ETH Zurich)
Katharina Schratz (Sorbonne Université)
Rob Stevenson (University of Amsterdam)
John Sullivan (TU Berlin)
Walter Van Assche (KU Leuven)
Maryna Viazovska (EPFL)
Rachel Ward (UT Austin)
Avi Wigderson (IAS)

and the awardee of the Stephen Smale Prize

Workshops for FoCM 2023 : 

Period I. - June 12, 13, 14
Multiresolution and Adaptivity in Numerical PDEs
Computational Number Theory
Graph Theory and Combinatorics
Computational Geometry and Topology
Geometric Integration and Computational Mechanics
Foundations of Data Assimilation and Inverse Problems
Stochastic Computation

Period II. - June 15, 16, 17
Computational Dynamics
Continuous Optimization
Real-Number Complexity
Foundations of Data Science and Machine Learning
Random Matrices
Computational Algebraic Geometry
Computational Harmonic Analysis and Data Science

Period III. - June 19, 20, 21
Numerical Linear Algebra
Approximation Theory
Computational Optimal Transport
Foundations of Numerical PDEs
Information-Based Complexity
Symbolic Analysis
Special Functions and Orthogonal Polynomials

The conference in Paris will be the ninth conference of the Society, 
following the meeting that gave birth to the idea of FoCM in Park City (1995), 
and 8 very successful meetings in Rio de Janeiro (1997), Oxford (1999), 
Minneapolis (2002), Santander (2005), Hong Kong (2008), Budapest (2011), 
Montevideo (2014) and Barcelona (2017). The conference in Vancouver 
planned for 2020 was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Each of 
the previous conferences had several hundred participants from all branches 
of mathematics that impinge on computation in the broadest sense. 

FoCM conferences are usually organized as follows:  mornings are devoted
to plenary talks and afternoons to the workshops, which are run in parallel
with lectures upon invitations.
The conference is divided in three periods of three days, and each workshop 
is held during one of these periods. The spirit of FoCM is that participants 
are encouraged to come to the whole duration of the conference, and attend
talks in different workshops. 

Poster sessions are also organized by each workshop. The call for poster 
submission will begin in early 2023.