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2240a  MiniWorkshop: ZeroRange and PointLike Singular Perturbations: For a Spillover to Analysis, PDE and Differential Geometry
[OWR202244] (2022)  (02 Oct  08 Oct 2022)The field of contact interactions and perturbations of differential operators supported on subsets with nontrivial codimension is an increasingly active mainstream of mathematical physics (in particular, operator and ... 
0618b  MiniWorkshop: Zeta Functions, Index and Twisted KTheory; Interactions with Physics
[OWR200621] (2006)  (30 Apr  06 May 2006)The meeting provided an opportunity for number theorists, physicists, topologists and analysts to discuss recent developments and interactions in the area of multiple zeta functions, twisted Ktheory, Hopf algebras, and ... 
Minimal Codimension One Foliation of a Symmetric Space by DamekRicci Spaces
[OWP201911] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20190507)In this article we consider solvable hypersurfaces of the form $N \exp(\mathbb{R} H)$ with induced metrics in the symmetric space $M = SL(3,\mathbb{C})/SU(3)$, where $H$ a suitable unit length vector in the subgroup $A$ ... 
The Minimal Resolution Conjecture on a general quartic surface in $\mathbb P^3$
[OWP201721] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20170727)Mustaţă has given a conjecture for the graded Betti numbers in the minimal free resolution of the ideal of a general set of points on an irreducible projective algebraic variety. For surfaces in $\mathbb P^3$ this conjecture ... 
Minimal Riesz energy on the sphere for axissupported external fields
[OWP200904] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2009)Abstract. We investigate the minimal Riesz $s$energy problem for positive measures on the ddimensional unit sphere $\mathbb{S}^d$ in the presence of an external field induced by a point charge, and more generally by ... 
Minimizing energy
[SNAP2015002EN] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2015)What is the most efficient way to fence land when you’ve only got so many metres of fence? Or, to put it differently, what is the largest area bounded by a simple closed planar curve of fixed length? We consider the answer ... 
1517b  Mirror Symmetry, Hodge Theory and Differential Equations
[OWR201522] (2015)  (19 Apr  25 Apr 2015)The following is the report on the Oberwolfach workshop Mirror Symmetry, Hodge Theory and Differential Equations (April 2015), which brought together researchers from various areas such as quantum cohomology, complex ... 
0106  Mixed Finite Element Methods and Applications
[TB20015] (2001)  (04 Feb  10 Feb 2001) 
Mixed volumes and mixed integrals
[SNAP2018014EN] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20181229)In recent years, mathematicians have developed new approaches to study convex sets: instead of considering convex sets themselves, they explore certain functions or measures that are related to them. Problems from ... 
Mixeddimensional models for realworld applications
[SNAP2019014EN] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20191121)We explore mathematical models for physical problems in which it is necessary to simultaneously consider equations in different dimensions; these are called mixeddimensional models. We first give several examples, and ... 
1923  Mixedinteger Nonlinear Optimization: a hatchery for modern mathematics
[OWR201926] (2019)  (02 Jun  08 Jun 2019)The second MFO Oberwolfach Workshop on MixedInteger Nonlinear Programming (MINLP) took place between 2nd and 8th June 2019. MINLP refers to one of the hardest Mathematical Programming (MP) problem classes, involving both ... 
1543  Mixedinteger Nonlinear Optimization: A Hatchery for Modern Mathematics
[OWR201546] (2015)  (18 Oct  24 Oct 2015)The aim of this workshop was fostering the growth of new mathematical ideas arising from mixedinteger nonlinear optimization. In this regard, the workshop has been a resounding success. It has covered a very diverse ... 
1405  Mixing, Transport and Coherent Structures
[OWR20144] (2014)  (26 Jan  01 Feb 2014)The subject of this workshop was coherent structures, which play a significant role in the transport and mixing of passive and active scalars in fluids on a wide range of spatial scales. Participants coming from diverse ... 
0430  Model Theory and Complex Analytic Geometry
[OWR200435] (2004)  (18 Jul  24 Jul 2004)The aim of the workshop was to discuss the connections between model theory and complex analytic geometry, a particularly fascinating point of interaction, where modeltheoretic methods can both serve to extend the scope ... 
0703  Model Theory and Groups
[OWR20072] (2007)  (14 Jan  20 Jan 2007)The aim of the workshop was to discuss the connections between model theory and group theory. Main topics have been the interaction between geometric group theory and model theory, the study of the asymptotic behaviour of ... 
1001  Model Theory: Around Valued Fields and Dependent Theories
[OWR20101] (2010)  (03 Jan  09 Jan 2010)The general topic of the meeting was “Valued fields and related structures”. It included both applications of model theory, as well as socalled “pure” model theory: the classification of first order structures using new ... 
2003  Model Theory: Groups, Geometries and Combinatorics
[OWR20202] (2020)  (12 Jan  18 Jan 2020)The focus of the conference were recent interactions between model theory, group theory and combinatorics in finite geometries. In some cases, in particular in nonarchimedean geometry or combinatorics in finite geometries, ... 
1302  Model Theory: Groups, Geometry, and Combinatorics
[OWR20131] (2013)  (07 Jan  12 Jan 2013)Overall this was a high quality meeting, with carefully chosen talks fitting in with the announced themes of the workshop. 
1601  Model Theory: groups, geometry, and combinatorics
[OWR20161] (2016)  (03 Jan  09 Jan 2016)This conference was about recent interactions of model theory with combinatorics, geometric group theory and the theory of valued fields, and the underlying pure modeltheoretic developments. Its aim was to report on recent ... 
Modeling communication and movement: from cells to animals and humans
[SNAP2015006EN] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2015)Communication forms the basis of biological interactions. While the use of a single communication mechanism (for example visual communication) by a species is quite well understood, in nature the majority of species ...