The 2020 PRCM has two local organizers, at the University of California at Berkeley: Alan Hammond and Fraydoun Rezakhanlou. The conference’s Scientific Committee offers organizational aid and support. Its members, who represent several major academic institutions in the Pacific Rim, are now listed.

**Amir Dembo.** Departments of Mathematics and Statistics at Stanford University. Probability theory.

**Rod Gover.** Department of Mathematics, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Differential geometry, representation theory and partial differential equations.

**Pedram Hekmati.** Department of Mathematics, University of Auckland, New Zealand. $K$ theory, geometry and operator algebras.

**Anthony M. Licata.** Mathematical Sciences Institute, Australian National University. Geometric representation theory.

**Alejandro Maass.** University of Chile. Ergodic theory, topological and symbolic dynamics; the application of probability theory and dynamical systems in bioinformatics.

**Yoshinori Namikawa.** Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University. Algebraic geometry and complex manifolds.

**Takayoshi Ogawa.** Mathematical Institute, Tohoku University. Nonlinear PDE, functional analysis, applied analysis.

**Toshiyuki Ogawa.** Mathematical Sciences Program, Meiji University. Dynamical systems.

**Kaoru Ono.** Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University. Symplectic geometry and Floer theory.

**Alvaro Pelayo**. Department of Mathematics, University of California, San Diego. Classical and quantum integrable systems.

** Malabika Pramanik.** Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia. Harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, several complex variables.

**Norikazu Saito.** School of Science at the University of Tokyo. Numerical analysis.

**Neil Trudinger.** Mathematical Sciences Institute, Australian National University. Partial differential equations.

**Jonathan Wylie**. Department of Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong. Fluid mechanics and granular materials.

**Josh Zahl.** Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia. Classical harmonic analysis and combinatorics.

**Qiang Zhang**. Department of Mathematics, City University of Hong Kong. Finanicial mathematics and fluid dynamics.