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0734  Analysis and Geometric Singularities
[OWR200741] (2007)  (19 Aug  25 Aug 2007)This workshop focused on several main areas of current research concerning analysis on singular and noncompact spaces. Topics included classical areas like spectral asymptotics, propagation of singularities and scattering ... 
0628  Calculus of Variations
[OWR200631] (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 
1039  Deformation Methods in Mathematics and Physics
[OWR201043] (2010)  (26 Sep  01 Oct 2010)Deformations of mathematical structures play an important role in most parts of mathematics but also in theoretical physics. In this interdisciplinary workshop, different aspects of deformations and their applications were ... 
0603  Deformations and Contractions in Mathematics and Physics
[OWR20063] (2006)  (15 Jan  21 Jan 2006)Deformations of mathematical structures are not only important in most parts of mathematics but also to a large extend in physics. Contractions are in some respect dual to deformations. The workshop brought together world ... 
0727  Differentialgeometrie im Grossen
[OWR200732] (2007)  (01 Jul  07 Jul 2007)Abstract. The meeting continued the biannual conference series Differentialgeometrie im Großen at the MFO which was established in the 60’s by Klingenberg and Chern. Global Riemannian geometry with its connections to ... 
0532  Differentialgeometrie im Großen
[OWR200535] (2005)  (07 Aug  13 Aug 2005)The meeting continued the biannual conference series Differentialgeometrie im Großen at the MFO which was established in the 60’s by Klingenberg and Chern. While global Riemannian geometry with its connections to geometric ... 
1607b  Hochschild Cohomology in Algebra, Geometry, and Topology
[OWR201610] (2016)  (14 Feb  20 Feb 2016)In 1945 Gerhard Hochschild published "On the cohomology groups of an associative algebra" in the Annals of Mathematics and thereby created what is now called Hochschild theory. In 1963, Murray Gerstenhaber proved that the ... 
0602  Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
[OWR20062] (2006)  (08 Jan  14 Jan 2006)The conference covered mathematical general relativity. The Einstein equations, the key to the subject, can be split into constraints and evolution equations. Many of the talks at the conference concerned the constraints ... 
0942  Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
[OWR200946] (2009)  (11 Oct  17 Oct 2009)Mathematical relativity, the subject of this conference, has recently become more and more devoted to the theory of nonlinear evolution equations, with global questions becoming ever more accessible. This is reﬂected by ... 
1529  Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
[OWR201533] (2015)  (12 Jul  18 Jul 2015)The general theory of relativity is a remarkably accurate theory of gravitation, describing phenomena from the level of isolated bodies to the universe as a whole. The mathematical study of this theory leads to fascinating ... 
1231  Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
[OWR201237] (2012)  (29 Jul  04 Aug 2012)Mathematical general relativity, the subject of this workshop, is a remarkable confluence of different areas of mathematics. Einstein’s equation, the focus of mathematical relativity, is one of the most fruitful nonlinear ... 
0807c  MiniWorkshop: Attraction to Solitary Waves and Related Aspects of Physics
[OWR20088] (2008)  (10 Feb  16 Feb 2008) 
1409c  MiniWorkshop: BatalinVilkovisky Algebras, Operads, and Hopf Algebroids
[OWR201411] (2014)  (23 Feb  01 Mar 2014)This workshop brought together 17 researchers whose work involves Batalin–Vilkovisky algebras, operads, and related structures such as Gerstenhaber algebras and cyclic homology. It featured introductory lectures on some ... 
1507c  MiniWorkshop: Singularities in G2geometry
[OWR20158] (2015)  (08 Feb  14 Feb 2015)All currently known construction methods of smooth compact $\mathrm G_2$manifolds have been tied to certain singular $\mathrm G_2$spaces, which in Joyce’s original construction are $\mathrm G_2$orbifolds and in Kovalev’s ... 
1006b  Noncommutative Geometry and Loop Quantum Gravity: Loops, Algebras and Spectral Triples
[OWR20109] (2010)  (07 Feb  13 Feb 2010)Spectral triples have recently turned out to be relevant for different approaches that aim at quantizing gravity and the other fundamental forces of nature in a mathematically rigorous way. The purpose of this workshop was ...