The “Summer School of Mathematics for Economic and Social Sciences” aims to improve the knowledge of mathematical methods among graduate students in economics and social sciences, with a focus on those techniques which albeit widespread in use are not properly covered in typical graduate programs. The School is an interdisciplinary venue intended to foster the interaction of people coming from the too often separated communities of mathematical and social scientists.
It is funded and organized by the Mathematics Research Center “Ennio De Giorgi” and partially supported by the International Doctoral Program in Economics of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.
The course aims to show an approach to the study of the
statistical properties of deterministic and random dynamical systems
through the transfer operator method. We will see that using this
approach and some basic functional analysis we can get deep results on
interesting classes of systems.
Stefano Galatolo, Università di Pisa
Basic Ergodic theory
Random and deterministic systems
Transfer operators, stationary measures and limit laws
Perturbations, stability, linear response, numerical methods
Please view Planned activities and the Syllabus for more details.
Participation is subject to selection. Only 20-25 positions are available. Financial support for board and accommodation will be provided.
On-line application should be made through the Financial support section if support is requested, or through the Registration section if support is NOT requested.
All applications must include a CV that shall be sent by e-mail to email@example.com.
Applications without a CV will not be considered.
Deadline for application: 14th June 2019
The list of selected candidates will be published on this website as soon as the selection is completed. Selected candidates will also receive individual confirmation.