3rd International Conference on Uniform Distribution Theory
Congress Center of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Smolenice, Slovakia
June 25 - June 29, 2012
The Smolenice Castle
The Organizing Institutes
Institute of Mathematics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava
Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Bratislava
Faculty of Sciences, University of Ostrava
BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
University of J. Selye, Komárno
Université de Provence, CMI, Marseilles
This conference is direct continuation of the 1st conference in Marseilles, France, 2008, and 2nd conference in Strobl, Austria, 2010. UDT2012 serves as a forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research development, and applications on all topics related to Probabilistic Number Theory. We invite you to attend this event and make your presentation.
To this aim, the following themes are of particular interest but are not exclusive: Distribution of one dimensional and multidimensional sequences. Effective constructions of (t,m,s)-nets and (t,s)-digital sequences. Hybrid sequences. Special sequences and discrepancies. Sequences involving primes and number-theoretic functions. Block sequences. Sum-of-digits sequences. Normal numbers. Abstract van der Corput sequences and Hammersley sequences. Distribution of binary sequences, well-distribution measure and correlation measure of pseudorandomness. Distribution of integer sequences. Theory of densities (asymptotic, logarithmic, uniform, weighted, etc.) Random and pseudo-random number generators. Congruential generators. Explicit inverse pseudorandom generators. Tests for pseudo-randomness. Quasi-Monte Carlo integration in Hilbert space with a kernel. Fourier-Walsh analysis. Theory of distribution functions of sequences. Distribution functions of ratio sequences. Copulas. Uniform distribution preserving mappings. Distribution of integer points in large domains. Dynamics emerging from sequences. Number theoretic ciphers and codes. Combinatorial number theory. Trigonometric sums. Diophantine approximations and diophantine equations. Continued fraction expansions.
Meeting dates: June 25-29, 2012
Abstract Submission deadline: May 25, 2012
Registration: June 15, 2012 (Number of rooms in the Castle is limited)
Opening ceremony: Monday, June 25, 2012 at 10:00
Banquet: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 at 19:00
Closing ceremony: Friday, June 29, 2012 at 12:00
One day tour: Wednesday, June 27, 2012, cave Driny or The Castle Red Stone or trip to the mountains (depending on weather).
Expected arrival of participants is Sunday, June 24, 2012 in the afternoon. It is possible to stay in Smolenice up to Saturday, June 30, 2012.
We plan the sessions in the morning (9:00 -- 12:30) and in the afternoon from 15:00 till 18:00 with 45 minutes lectures or 20 minutes contributed talks. The program will be finalized during the conference according to the time possibilities and lecturers requirements.
We plan to print the abstracts of talks and lectures (up to one page per talk) in advance. If you want to make your abstract available to the participants of the conference, send it before May 25, 2012, please. It should be sent to O. Strauch (Strauch@mat.savba.sk).
The Conference attended the following participants: Participants
Abstracts of presented talks
Papers from the conference.
Papers presented on UDT2012 can be published in the journal Uniform Distribution Theory, vol. 8 (2013), after they are peer reviewed and accepted. Papers should be addressed to Manfred Kuhleitner (email@example.com). The deadline for submission is December 31, 2012. Submission is open not only to the speakers having presented a talk at this conference, but also to any researcher interested to submit a paper in this volume.
Registration fee is 250 EUR, 130 EUR for accompanying persons. The registration fee covers the costs of the conference, including the proceedings of the conference. Please pay by wire transfer, and please do not forget to pay the transfer fee as well. More precisely below.
Board and lodging.
We have booked the whole capacity of the castle. For the late registration participants (after exhausting of the castle capacity) we booked also some rooms in the hotel Solmus in Trstin nearby Smolenice (price for the room is 35 EUR per day).
The rooms will be given to participants on the first come first serve basis. Accompanying persons are heartily welcome.
The deadline for booking is June 15, 2012.
Price for the room is 60 EUR, suite 90 EUR (price is for the room, i.e. for example in the case of two persons the price per person is divided by 2).
Smolenice is a village in the west of Slovakia, located about 60 km from the capital city Bratislava in north-east direction. The region is famous for its food and good red wine. Congress Center of the Slovak Academy of Sciences is in the Smolenice castle which towers above the village of Smolenice on the eastern footfills of Small Carpatian (Malé Karpaty).
How to get there.
It also possible to fly to Vienna or Bratislava, or to take the train directly to Bratislava. Between Vienna and Bratislava (distance 60 km) there is good coach or train connection. Coach connection is directly from the Vienna airport. Timetable of coaches from Vienna to Bratislava (through Vienna airport at Schwechat): Postbus or Vienna - Bratislava, etc.
The Center can be reached from Bratislava by bus, car or taxi. But taxi is expensive. The timetable of buses from Bratislava to Smolenice is possible to find here.
You can use taxi in Bratislava. All official cabs in Bratislava have a yellow light on the roof with a sign TAXI. There are two types of cabs in Bratislava. The first comprises cabs organized in taxi companies; the others are independent cab drivers. The former ones have a fixed price per km, the price varies with individual companies, most of them from 1 to 2 EUR per km. Price upon telephone call is half from the case to take taxi on the street. Each of these cabs has a 5-digit phone number on its door, the first two digits being 16. The independent cab drivers do not have any phone number on the door of their cars and they are allowed to charge customers any amount per km and might charge much higher fare than organized cabs.
Mobile telephone of K. Nemoga is +421 903 408 430. Tel. of the Institute of Mathematics is +4212 5751 0414, FAX +4212 5249 7316.
Mobile telephone of V. Baláž is +421 905 693 742. Telephone line +4212 59325 366 , FAX +4212 59325 340.
We would prefer to make payments in advance.
Bank: Všeobecná úverová banka, a.s.
Address: Mlynské Nivy 1, 829 90 Bratislava, Slovakia
f/o: beneficiary's account number IBAN: SK83 8180 0000 0070 0000 7079
Mathematical Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Štefánikova 49, 814 73 Bratislava, Slovakia
"variabilny symbol" or information to the beneficiary: 1250, and your name
Please pay by wire transfer, and please do not forget to pay the transfer fee as well.
We propose to participants to pay by bank transfer: registration fee 250 EUR plus 60 EUR x number of days, accommodation. The difference in the payment for accommodation will be paid cash during the registration.
We recommend to make payment, by bank transfer. Invoice is possible to send upon request.
Last change: March 16, 2012