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Date: 2020-04-14 - 2020-04-17
Location: Marseille, France

School on “Random Geometry and Quantum Gravity”, Marseille, France

The governing idea is to bring together researchers from mathematics and physics which are working on these topics. The main aim of the event is to intensify the fruitful interactions between the researchers in these and related communities which have been more and more converging in the recent years in order to make significant progress on the outstanding problems at the interface of random geometry and quantum gravity.

Lectures:
Luigi Addario-Berry (McGill University, Montreal) – “Discrete random geometries and optimization”
Jan Ambjorn (Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen) – TBA
Bruno Benedetti (University of Miami) – “Discrete Morse theory and the number of triangulated manifolds”
Vincent Rivasseau (Universite’ Paris-Saclay) – “Random Tensors and Applications”


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