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The TGraph of a Multigraded Hilbert Scheme
[OWP201134] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2011)The $T$graph of a multigraded Hilbert scheme records the zero and onedimensional orbits of the $T=(K^*)^n$ action on the Hilbert scheme induced from the $T$action on $\mathbb{A}^n$. It has vertices the $T$fixed points, ... 
0622  Teichmüller Space (Classical and Quantum)
[OWR200626] (2006)  (28 May  03 Jun 2006)In a broad sense, the subject of Teichmüller theory is the study of moduli for geometric structures on surfaces. The progenitor of the subject is usually considered to be G. F. B. Riemann, who in a famous paper on Abelian ... 
1048  Teichmüller Theory
[OWR201053] (2010)  (28 Nov  04 Dec 2010)This is a report on the workshop on Teichmüller theory held in Oberwolfach, from November 28 to December 4, 2010. The workshop brought together people working in various aspects of the field, with a focus on recent ... 
Ten lectures on random media
[OWS32] (Birkhäuser Basel, 2002)The following notes grew out oflectures held during the DMVSeminar on Random Media in November 1999 at the Mathematics Research Institute of Oberwolfach, and in FebruaryMarch 2000 at the Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. ... 
Tensor Representations of q(∞)
[OWP201609] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20160617)We introduce a symmetric monoidal category of modules over the direct limit queer superalgebra $\mathfrak{q}(\infty)$. The category can be defined in two equivalent ways with the aid of the large annihilator condition. ... 
The ternary Goldbach problem
[SNAP2014003EN] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2014)Leonhard Euler (1707–1783) – one of the greatest mathematicians of the eighteenth century and of all times – often corresponded with a friend of his, Christian Goldbach (1690–1764), an amateur and polymath who lived and ... 
1135  The Analytic Theory of Automorphic Forms
[OWR201143] (2011)  (28 Aug  03 Sep 2011)The workshop brought together leading experts in the theory of automorphic forms. Recently developed analytic, geometric and ergodic methods have enabled several important results in the theory for $GL(2)$, and also made ... 
0606  The Arithmetic of Fields
[OWR20066] (2006)  (05 Feb  11 Feb 2006)The fifth conference with the title {\bf The Arithmetic of Fields}, organized by WulfDieter Geyer (Erlangen), Moshe Jarden (Tel Aviv), and Florian Pop (Philadelphia), was held February 511th, 2006. In contrast to the ... 
1325a  The Arithmetic of Fields
[OWR201330] (2013)  (16 Jun  22 Jun 2013)This report includes extended abstracts of talks given in a conference on the ”Arithmetic of Fields” that was held inMathematisches Forschung Institute, Oberwolfach during 16–22 June 2013. It also includes extended abstracts ... 
0906  The Arithmetic of Fields
[OWR20095] (2009)  (01 Feb  07 Feb 2009)The workshop “The Arithmetic of Fields” focused on a series of problems concerning the interplay between number theory, arithmetic and algebraic geometry, Galois theory, and model theory, such as: the Galois theory of ... 
0445  The History of Differential Equations, 1670  1950
[OWR200451] (2004)  (31 Oct  06 Nov 2004)Differential equations have been a major branch of pure and applied mathematics since their inauguration in the mid 17th century. While their history has been well studied, it remains a vital field of ongoing investigation, ... 
0812  The Mathematics and Statistics of Quantitative Risk Management
[OWR200815] (2008)  (16 Mar  22 Mar 2008)\emph{The Mathematics and Statistics of Quantitative Risk Management Workshop}, organized by Thomas Mikosch (Copenhagen), Richard A. Davis (New York), and Paul Embrechts (Zürich), was held March 16thMarch 22nd, 2008. ... 
1205  The Mathematics and Statistics of Quantitative Risk Management
[OWR20127] (2012)  (29 Jan  04 Feb 2012)It was the aim of this workshop to gather a multidisciplinary and international group of scientists at the forefront of research in areas related to the mathematics and statistics of quantitative risk management. The main ... 
1539  The Mathematics and Statistics of Quantitative Risk Management
[OWR201542] (2015)  (20 Sep  26 Sep 2015)It was the aim of this workshop to gather a multidisclipinary and international group of scientists at the forefront of research in econometrics, financial time series analysis, extreme value theory, financial mathematics, ... 
1111  The Renormalization Group
[OWR201115] (2011)  (13 Mar  19 Mar 2011)Invented as a multiscale approach to the theory of critical phenomena, the renormalization group has become a powerful mathematical tool in the analysis of infinitedimensional systems. Its applications range from classical ... 
1621  The Renormalization Group
[OWR201626] (2016)  (22 May  28 May 2016)The renormalization group was originally introduced as a multiscale approach to quantum field theory and the theory of critical phenomena, explaining in particular the universality observed e.g. in critical exponents. Since ... 
0615  The Rigorous Renormalization Group
[OWR200617] (2006)  (09 Apr  15 Apr 2006)The workshop on \emph{The Rigorous Renormalization Group}, was attended by more than 40 participants coming mainly from Western Europe and from America. The official programme consisted in 19 lectures of 60 minutes each ... 
1208a  Theory and Applications of Discontinuous Galerkin Methods
[OWR201210] (2012)  (19 Feb  25 Feb 2012)The workshop was organized by Susanne C. Brenner (Louisiana State University), Ronald Hoppe (University of Houston, Augsburg University) and Béatrice Rivière (Rice University). There were twentyone lectures. The meeting ... 
1638b  Theory and Numerics of Inverse Scattering Problems
[OWR201645] (2016)  (18 Sep  24 Sep 2016)This workshop addressed specific inverse problems for the timeharmonic Maxwell’s equations, resp. special cases of these, such as the Helmholtz equation or quasistatic approximations like in impedance tomography. The ... 
0439  Theory of the Riemann Zeta and Allied Functions
[OWR200446] (2004)  (19 Sep  25 Sep 2004)This meeting, the second Oberwolfach workshop devoted to zeta functions, was attended by 42 participants representing 16 countries. The scientific program consisted of 32 talks of various lengths and a problem session. In ...