As usual the Executive Boards of the two societies has appointed a Scientific Committee which establishes the core of the program. It consists of plenary lectures and a series of sections to which participants can submit proposals for contributed talks; the section organizers will decide on these proposals and suggest a program to the organizers of the conference. Moreover, there are a smaller number of minisymposia which can be proposed by the participants of the meeting. Interested persons are invited to submit a proposal following the rules which can be found on the subpage on minisymposia.
- 9 plenary lectures (including the Emmy-Noether Lecture and a lecture of the ÖMG Award Winner 2016): Michael Eichmair (Vienna), Lawrence Craig Evans (Berkeley), Ursula Hamenstädt (Bonn; Emmy-Noether-Lecture), Martin Hairer (Warwick), Gabriele Nebe (Aachen), Carola Schönlieb (Cambridge), Gigliola Staffilani (MIT), Michael Zieve (Michigan), Aleksey Kostenko (Vienna; ÖMG Award Winner 2016);
- contributed talks organized in 17 sections;
- 8 minisymposia;
- 2 special sessions;
- a public lecture (which will be given by Walter Schachermayer).
- 6th Austrian Stochastic Days
- Statistiktage 2017
- LehrInnentag 2017
- Studierendenkonferenz 2017
- Hochschultag 2017
Information on the social program can be found here. The conference dinner is included in the participation fee and is scheduled for Wednesday evening. Wednesday afternoon is free for excursions; different tours can be booked via the registration platform. A number of additional recommendations (to be booked via our external partner Panorama Tours) for activities can also be found on the subpage on the social program.