The 8th International Conference on Matrix Analysis and its Applications MAT TRIAD 2019 (https://mattriad.math.cas.cz/) will be held from September 8 to September 13, 2019, in Liblice, Czech Republic.
MAT TRIAD provides an opportunity to bring together researchers sharing an interest in a various aspects of matrix theory, numerical linear algebra, applications of linear algebra in statistics and statistical models, matrices and graphs as well as interval computations, optimization and reliable computing. The format of the meeting will involve plenary sessions, special sessions and sessions with contributed talks or posters.
The invited speakers and the titles of their plenary talks are:
Dario Bini, University of Pisa, Solving matrix equations encountered in stochastic processes: an algorithmic analysis
Mirjam Dür, University of Augsburg, Copositive optimization and completely positive matrix factorization
Shmuel Friedland, University of Illinois, Chicago, (Hans Schneider ILAS Lecturer), The Collatz-Wielandt quotient for pairs of nonnegative operators
Arnold Neumaier, University of Vienna, Confidence intervals for large-scale linear least squares solutions
Martin Stoll, Technical University of Chemnitz, From PDEs to Data Science: an adventure with the graph Laplacian
Zdeněk Strakoš, Charles University, Prague, Operator preconditioning, spectral information and convergence behavior of Krylov subspace methods
Invited talks given by recipients of Young Scientist Award from MAT TRIAD 2017 are:
Álvaro Barreras, Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, Tridiagonal inverses of tridiagonal M-matrices and related pentadiagonal matrices
Ryo Tabata, National Institute of Technology, Fukuoka, Immanants and symmetric functions
Special sessions and their organizers are:
Total positivity (Mohammad Adm, Palestine Polytechnic University, Hebron & Jürgen Garloff, University of Applied Sciences and University of Konstanz)
Tropical matrix algebra and its applications (Aljosa Peperko, University of Ljubljana & Sergei Sergeev, University of Birmingham)
Recent developments of verified numerical computations (Takeshi Ogita, Tokyo Woman's Christian University & Siegfried M. Rump, Hamburg University of Technology)
Interval matrices (Milan Hladík, Charles University, Prague)
The online registration for the conference and the abstract submission are already open. To register and payment please visit the conference webpage (https://mattriad.math.cas.cz//registration/).
The deadline for registration and submission of abstracts is May 31, 2019 and the local organizers can be contacted via: mattriad (at) math.cas.cz
In addition to the scientific program we have put together a social program for conference participants leaving enough time for the discussion and exchange of ideas. We look forward to meeting you in Liblice!