The workshop will bring together experts in geometric mechanics and optimal transport, with emphasis on stochastic aspects. The goal is to explore parallel connections between the two fields such as, for example, the Schrödinger problem and the Monge-Kantorovich theory.

Speakers:

  • Alexis Arnaudon (Imperial College)

  • Marc Arnaudon (Univ. Bordeaux)

  • Yann Brenier (École polytechnique Paris)

  • Giovanni Conforti (École polytechnique Paris)

  • Shizan Fang (Univ. Dijon)

  • François Gay-Balmaz (ENS Paris)

  • Ivan Gentil (Univ. Lyon)

  • Rémi Lassalle (Univ. Paris Dauphine)

  • Christian Léonard (Univ. Paris Nanterre)

  • Luca Nenna (Univ. Paris Sud)

  • Gabriel Peyré (ENS Paris)

  • Nicolas Privault (NTU Singapore)

  • Tudor Ratiu (Univ. Shanghai Jiao Tong & EPFL)

  • Luigia Ripani (Univ. Lyon)

  • Sylvie Roelly (Inst. Math. Potsdam)

  • Esmeralda Sousa Dias (IST Univ. Lisboa)

  • Luca Tamanini (SISSA Trieste)

  • François-Xavier Vialard (Univ. Paris Dauphine)

  • Pierre Vuillermot (Univ. Lisboa & IECL Nancy)

* to be confirmed

Aims and scope:

Organizing committee: A.B. Cruzeiro, L. Monsaingeon, J.-C. Zambrini

Contact: L. Monsaingeon

Dowload the poster of the conference here!

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