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24th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems (MTNS 2020): 24-28 August 2020, Cambridge, UK

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Plenary/Semi-Plenary Lectures

Plenary Lectures

Bassam Bamieh (University of California at Santa Barbara)
Jacquelien Scherpen (University of Groningen)
David Silver (DeepMind)
Glenn Vinnicombe (University of Cambridge)

Special Lecture

Geoffrey Grimmett (University of Cambridge)

Semi-plenary Lectures

Melanie Zeilinger (ETH Zürich)
Jie Chen (City University of Hong Kong)
Silvère Bonnabel (Mines-Paris Tech)
Jean-Charles Delvenne (Université Catholique de Louvain)
Christophe Prieur (CNRS, Grenoble) 
Sina Ober-Blöbaum (University of Oxford)
Thomas Schön (Uppsala University)
Daniel Alpay (Chapman University)
Mireille Broucke (University of Toronto)
Michele Pavon (University of Padova)
Na Li (Harvard University)
Venkat Candrasekaran (California Institute of Technology)

MTNS is a major symposium in the general area of mathematical systems theory, networks and control. The symposium is interdisciplinary and attracts mathematicians, engineers and researchers working in all aspects of systems theory and its applications. The symposium is held every two years. Mathematical methods which play a role in the areas mentioned above stem from a broad range of fields of pure and applied mathematics, including ordinary and partial differential equations, real and complex analysis, numerical analysis, probability theory and stochastic analysis, operator theory, linear and commutative algebra as well as algebraic and differential geometry. Application areas range from biology, communications and mathematical finance to problems in electrical, mechanical, aerospace and chemical engineering, and robotics. The satellite meeting IWOTA 2020 takes place in the preceding week in Lancaster, U.K.

MTNS is co-sponsored by IFAC