• 0834 - C*-Algebras 

      [OWR-2008-37] (2008) - (17 Aug - 23 Aug 2008)
    • 1634 - C*-Algebras 

      [OWR-2016-40] (2016) - (21 Aug - 27 Aug 2016)
      The field of operator algebras is a flourishing area of mathematics with strong ties to many other areas including functional/harmonic analysis, topology, (non-commutative) geometry, group theory and dynamical systems. The ...
    • 1244 - C*-Algebras, Dynamics, and Classification 

      [OWR-2012-52] (2012) - (28 Oct - 03 Nov 2012)
      Classification is a central theme in mathematics, and a particularly rich one in the theory of operator algebras. Indeed, one of the first major results in the theory is Murray and von Neumann’s type classification of ...
    • 0150 - C*-Algebren 

      [TB-2001-53] (2001) - (09 Dec - 15 Dec 2001)
    • 0334 - C*-Algebren 

      [TB-2003-36] (2003) - (17 Aug - 23 Aug 2003)
    • 0535 - C*-Algebren 

      [OWR-2005-41] (2005) - (28 Aug - 03 Sep 2005)
    • 1010 - C*-Algebren 

      [OWR-2010-13] (2010) - (07 Mar - 13 Mar 2010)
      The theory of C*-algebras plays a major role in many areas of modern mathematics, like Non-commutative Geometry, Dynamical Systems, Harmonic Analysis, and Topology, to name a few. The aim of the conference “C*-algebras” ...
    • 1335 - C*-Algebren 

      [OWR-2013-43] (2013) - (25 Aug - 31 Aug 2013)
      C*-algebras play an important role in many modern areas of mathematics, like Noncommutative Geometry and Topology, Dynamical Systems, Harmonic Analysis and others. The conference “C*-algebras” brings together leading experts ...
    • Calculating conjugacy classes in Sylow p-subgroups of finite Chevalley groups of rank six and seven 

      [OWP-2013-10] Goodwin, Simon M.; Mosch, Peter; Röhrle, Gerhard (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2013-04-10)
      Let $G(q)$ be a finite Chevalley group, where $q$ is a power of a good prime $p$, and let $U(q)$ be a Sylow $p$-subgroup of $G(q)$. Then a generalized version of a conjecture of Higman asserts that the number $k(U(q))$ of ...
    • 0227 - Calculus of Variations 

      [TB-2002-33] (2002) - (30 Jun - 06 Jul 2002)
    • 1029 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2010-31] (2010) - (18 Jul - 24 Jul 2010)
      Since its invention by Newton, the calculus of variations has formed one of the central techniques for studying problems in geometry, physics, and partial differential equations. This trend continues even today. On the one ...
    • 0425 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2004-29] (2004) - (13 Jun - 19 Jun 2004)
    • 0027 - Calculus of Variations 

      [TB-2000-27] (2000) - (02 Jul - 08 Jul 2000)
    • 0828 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2008-31] (2008) - (06 Jul - 12 Jul 2008)
    • 0628 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2006-31] (2006) - (09 Jul - 15 Jul 2006)
      Research in the Calculus of Variations has always been motivated by questions generated within the field itself as well as by problems arising
    • 1429 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2014-33] (2014) - (13 Jul - 19 Jul 2014)
      The Calculus of Variations is at the same time a classical subject, with long-standing open questions which have generated deep discoveries in recent decades, and a modern subject in which new types of questions arise, ...
    • 1230 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2012-36] (2012) - (22 Jul - 28 Jul 2012)
      Since its invention, the calculus of variations has been a central field of mathematics and physics, providing tools and techniques to study problems in geometry, physics and partial differential equations. On the one hand, ...
    • 1628 - Calculus of Variations 

      [OWR-2016-34] (2016) - (10 Jul - 16 Jul 2016)
      The Calculus of Variations is subject with a long and distinguished history, a great deal of diverse current activity, and close connections to other fields such as geometry and mathematical physics. The July 2016 workshop ...
    • Cataland: Why the Fuß? 

      [OWP-2019-01] Stump, Christian; Thomas, Hugh; Williams, Nathan (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2019-01-21)
      The three main objects in noncrossing Catalan combinatorics associated to a finite Coxeter system are noncrossing partitions, clusters, and sortable elements. The first two of these have known Fuß-Catalan generalizations. ...
    • Categoric Aspects of Authentication 

      [OWP-2012-05] Schillewaert, Jeroen; Thas, Koen (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2012-04-24)