Program Description: The Conference on New Developments in Probability (CNDP) 2020 is the second in a conference series hosted by Women in Probability. These conferences are intended to run every four years and are devoted to current significant research in probability theory, which this year will include topics in interacting particle systems, stochastic dynamical systems, machine learning, information theory, diffusions in degenerate geometries, mathematical physics, and mathematical biology. There will also be a special pedagogical lecture by Robin Pemantle on teaching applied probability at the graduate level. IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Kavita Ramanan