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]]>We make a complete analysis of the interior controllability/orbservability properties of multi-D fractional partial differential equations. We show what is so far known and what is still unknown.

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]]>The class schedule is subject to changes. Below is the version of the schedule as of November 26, 2023. The document has several pages. If the frame below does not scroll on your device click here.

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]]>The next iteration of the series will occur on June 5 – June 14, 2024. This event will have three parts. From June 5th to June 7th it will feature three introductory mini-courses on the topics of configuration spaces, algebraic K-theory, and string topology accessible to graduate students and researchers in related fields outside algebraic topology. On June 8th, there will be a special event directed towards the general public and it will include two talks and a discussion session. The main research conference will take place from June 10th to June 14th and will feature talks by invited speakers as well as contributed talks. Everything will take place in (possibly different venues) in San Juan, Puerto Rico (TBD). More information will be available soon.

Registration for the 2024 conference will close on March 15, 2024.

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]]>Selection, a powerful paradigm in statistical modeling, offers a principled approach to choosing the most appropriate model among

a set of alternatives. In this introductory talk, we will embark on a journey into the introduction of Bayesian Model Selection, exploring

its key concepts and principles. We will delve into the foundational notions of Bayes theorem and model comparison using simple examples. If you’re a seasoned a curious beginner, this presentation

will provide valuable insights into the art and science of selecting the right model for your data analysis needs.

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