• 1619 - Factorization Algebras and Functorial Field Theories 

      [OWR-2016-25] (2016) - (08 May - 14 May 2016)
      Factorization algebras are a new mathematical approach to quantum field theory. They are related to functorial field theories, another approach to quantum field theory. Factorization algebras also figure in current research ...
    • 0428b - Fast Numerical Methods for Non-local Operators 

      [OWR-2004-33] (2004) - (04 Jul - 10 Jul 2004)
    • Fast Solvers for Highly Oscillatory Problems 

      [SNAP-2018-006-EN] Barnett, Alex (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2018-06-26)
      Waves of diverse types surround us. Sound, light and other waves, such as microwaves, are crucial for speech, mobile phones, and other communication technologies. Elastic waves propagating through the Earth bounce ...
    • Felder und Räume: Symmetrie und Lokalität in Mathematik und theoretischen Wissenschaften 

      [SNAP-2023-003-DE] Saberi, Ingmar (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2023-09-19)
      Wir werden einige grundlegende Ideen der Eichtheorie und der dazugehörigen Differentialtopologie erkunden. Damit kann sich die Leserin ein Bild des Modulraums flacher Zusammenhänge machen und ihn mit den physikalisch ...
    • Festschrift 1984 

      Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (Gesellschaft für Mathematische Forschung, 1984)
      Information on the Work, Organization, and History of the Mathematical Research Institute Oberwolfach on the Occasion of its Anniversary 1984. Publ. by Gesellschaft für mathematische Forschung e.V., in cooperation with ...
    • Festschrift zum 60-jährigen Jubiläum / Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach ; 1944 - 2004 

      Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach gGmbH, 2006)
      The Festschrift that marks the 60th anniversary of the MFO in July 2004 includes many interesting contributions, documents and pictures, where we would like to put your special focus on the lecture of Mr Bourguigon and on ...
    • A few shades of interpolation 

      [SNAP-2017-007-EN] Szpond, Justyna (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2017-12-07)
      The topic of this snapshot is interpolation. In the ordinary sense, interpolation means to insert something of a different nature into something else. In mathematics, interpolation means constructing new data points ...
    • Fibonacci-like unimodal inverse limit spaces 

      [OWP-2010-03] Bruin, H.; Štimac, S. (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2010-03-9)
      We study the structure of inverse limit space of so-called Fibonacci-like tent maps. The combinatorial constraints implied by the Fibonacci-like assumption allows us to introduce certain chains that enable a more detailed ...
    • Fibrés de Higgs sans géométrie 

      [SNAP-2020-008-FR] Rayan, Steven; Schaposnik, Laura P. (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2024-03-05)
      Les fibrés de Higgs sont apparus il y a quelques décennies comme solutions de certaines équations en physique, et ils ont attiré beaucoup d’attention en géométrie comme dans d’autres domaines des mathématiques et de la ...
    • 1823a - Field Arithmetic 

      [OWR-2018-25] (2018) - (03 Jun - 09 Jun 2018)
      Field Arithmetic studies the interrelation between arithmetic properties of fields and their absolute Galois groups. It is an interdisciplinary area that uses methods of algebraic number theory, commutative algebra, algebraic ...
    • Finitary Proof Systems for Kozen's μ 

      [OWP-2016-26] Afshari, Bahareh; Leigh, Graham E. (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2016-12-30)
      We present three finitary cut-free sequent calculi for the modal $μ$-calculus. Two of these derive annotated sequents in the style of Stirling’s ‘tableau proof system with names’ (2014) and feature special inferences that ...
    • 0102 - Finite Fields: Theory and Applications 

      [TB-2001-1] (2001) - (07 Jan - 13 Jan 2001)
    • 0450 - Finite Fields: Theory and Applications 

      [OWR-2004-54] (2004) - (05 Dec - 11 Dec 2004)
      Finite fields are the focal point of many interesting geometric, algorithmic and combinatorial problems. The workshop was devoted to progress on these questions, with an eye also on the important applications of finite field ...
    • 0149 - Finite Geometries 

      [TB-2001-52] (2001) - (02 Dec - 08 Dec 2001)
    • Finite geometries: pure mathematics close to applications 

      [SNAP-2021-010-EN] Storme, Leo (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2021-09-22)
      The research field of finite geometries investigates structures with a finite number of objects. Classical examples include vector spaces, projective spaces, and affine spaces over finite fields. Although many of these ...
    • 1120a - Finite-dimensional Approximations of Discrete Groups 

      [OWR-2011-26] (2011) - (15 May - 21 May 2011)
      The main objective of this workshop was to bring together experts from various fields, which are all interested in finite and finite-dimensional approximations of infinite algebraic and analytic objects, such as groups, ...
    • The First Hochschild Cohomology as a Lie Algebra 

      [OWP-2019-09] Rubio y Degrassi, Lleonard; Schroll, Sibylle; Solotar, Andrea (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2019-04-16)
      In this paper we study sufficient conditions for the solvability of the first Hochschild cohomology of a finite dimensional algebra as a Lie algebra in terms of its Ext-quiver in arbitrary characteristic. In particular, ...
    • Flag-Accurate Arrangements 

      [OWP-2023-01] Mücksch, Paul; Röhrle, Gerhard; Tran, Tan Nhat (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2023-02-13)
      In [MR21], the first two authors introduced the notion of an accurate arrangement, a particular notion of freeness. In this paper, we consider a special subclass, where the property of accuracy stems from a flag of flats ...
    • 1838 - Flat Surfaces and Algebraic Curves 

      [OWR-2018-42] (2018) - (16 Sep - 22 Sep 2018)
      This workshop brought together two distinct communities: “flat” geometers, studying the moduli of flat surfaces, and Teichmüller dynamics, and algebraic geometers studying the moduli space of curves. While both communities ...