• A Characterization of Semisimple Plane Polynomial Automorphisms 

      [OWP-2008-08] Maubach, Stefan; Furter, Jean-Philippe (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2008-03-12)
      It is well-known that an element of the linear group $GL_n(\mathbb{C})$ is semisimple if and only if its conjugacy class is Zariski closed. The aim of this paper is to show that the same result holds for the group of complex ...
    • A Cheeger Type Inequality in Finite Cayley Sum Graphs 

      [OWP-2019-21] Biswas, Arindam; Saha, Jyoti Prakash (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2019-07-31) - (5 May - 27 July 2019)
      Let $G$ be a finite group and $S$ be a symmetric generating set of $G$ with $|S| = d$. We show that if the undirected Cayley sum graph $C_{\Sigma}(G,S)$ is an expander graph and is non-bipartite, then the spectrum of its ...
    • Chirality of Real Non-Singular Cubic Fourfolds and Their Pure Deformation Classification 

      [OWP-2019-14] Finashin, Sergey; Kharlamov, Viatcheslav (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2019-05-15)
      In our previous works we have classified real non-singular cubic hypersurfaces in the 5-dimensional projective space up to equivalence that includes both real projective transformations and continuous variations of ...
    • 0427 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2004-31] (2004) - (27 Jun - 03 Jul 2004)
    • 0824 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2008-26] (2008) - (08 Jun - 14 Jun 2008)
    • 0222 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [TB-2002-26] (2002) - (26 May - 01 Jun 2002)
    • 1025 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2010-27] (2010) - (20 Jun - 26 Jun 2010)
      Algebraic geometry studies properties of specific algebraic varieties, on the one hand, and moduli spaces of all varieties of fixed topological type on the other hand. Of special importance is the moduli space of curves, ...
    • 0624 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2006-27] (2006) - (11 Jun - 17 Jun 2006)
    • 1225 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2012-30] (2012) - (17 Jun - 23 Jun 2012)
      Progress in algebraic geometry often comes through the introduction of new tools and ideas to tackle the classical problems the development of the field. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry ...
    • 1427 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2014-31] (2014) - (29 Jun - 05 Jul 2014)
      Progress in algebraic geometry usually comes through the introduction of new tools and ideas to tackle the classical problems of the field. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry in a novel ...
    • 1624 - Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [OWR-2016-29] (2016) - (12 Jun - 18 Jun 2016)
      Progress in algebraic geometry often comes through the introduction of new tools and ideas to tackle the classical problems the development of the field. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry ...
    • 0348 - Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of Many-Particle Systems 

      [TB-2003-51] (2003) - (23 Nov - 29 Nov 2003)
    • 1049 - Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of Many-Particle Systems 

      [OWR-2010-54] (2010) - (05 Dec - 11 Dec 2010)
      The topic of this meeting were non-linear partial differential and integro-differential equations (in particular kinetic equations and their macroscopic/fluid-dynamical limits) modeling the dynamics of many-particle systems ...
    • 0649 - Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of Many-Particle Systems 

      [OWR-2006-54] (2006) - (03 Dec - 09 Dec 2006)
      The topic of this meeting were non-linear partial differential and integro-differential equations (in particular kinetic equations and their macroscopic/fluid-dynamical limits) modeling the dynamics of many-particle systems ...
    • 1349 - Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of Many-Particle Systems 

      [OWR-2013-57] (2013) - (01 Dec - 07 Dec 2013)
      This meeting was focused on recent results on the mathematical analysis of many-particle systems, both classical and quantum-mechanical in scaling regimes such that the methods of kinetic theory can be expected to apply. ...
    • 1749 - Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of Many-Particle Systems 

      [OWR-2017-56] (2017) - (03 Dec - 09 Dec 2017)
      This workshop was dedicated to the presentation of recent results in the field of the mathematical study of kinetic theory and its naturalextensions (statistical physics and fluid mechanics). The main models are the ...
    • Classical nonintegrability, quantum chaos 

      [OWS-27] Knauf, Andreas; Sinai, Yakov G. (Birkhäuser Basel, 1997)
      Our DMV Seminar on 'Classical Nonintegrability, Quantum Chaos' intended to introduce students and beginning researchers to the techniques applied in nonin­ tegrable classical and quantum dynamics. Several of these lectures ...
    • Classification of Higher Dimension Algebraic Varieties 

      [OWS-41] Hacon, Christopher D.; Kovács, Sándor (Birkhäuser Basel, 2010)
      This book focuses on recent advances in the classification of complex projective varieties. It is divided into two parts. The first part gives a detailed account of recent results in the minimal model program. In particular, ...
    • Classification of idempotent states on the compact quantum groups Uq(2), SUq(2) and SOq(3) 

      [OWP-2009-08] Franz, Uwe; Skalski, Adam; Tomatsu, Reiji (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2009-03-02)
      We give a simple characterisation of those idempotent states on compact quantum groups which arise as Haar states on quantum subgroups, show that all idempotent states on quantum groups $U_q(2)$, $SU_q(2)$, and $SO_q(3) ...
    • Classification of totally real elliptic Lefschetz fibrations via necklace diagrams 

      [OWP-2011-13] Salepci, Nermin (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2011)
      We show that totally real elliptic Lefschetz brations that admit a real section are classified by their "real loci" which is nothing but an $S^1$-valued Morse function on the real part of the total space. We assign to ...