Workshops 2006
Workshops 2006
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0651  Konvexgeometrie
[OWR200656] (2006)  (17 Dec  23 Dec 2006)The geometry of convex domains in Euclidean space plays a central role in several branches of mathematics: functional and harmonic analysis, the theory of PDE, linear programming and, increasingly, in the study of other ... 
0650  Infinite Dimensional Lie Theory
[OWR200655] (2006)  (10 Dec  16 Dec 2006)The workshop focussed on recent developments in infinitedimensional Lie theory. The talks covered a broad range of topics, such as structure and classification theory of infinitedimensional Lie algebras, geometry of ... 
0649  Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of ManyParticle Systems
[OWR200654] (2006)  (03 Dec  09 Dec 2006)The topic of this meeting were nonlinear partial differential and integrodifferential equations (in particular kinetic equations and their macroscopic/fluiddynamical limits) modeling the dynamics of manyparticle systems ... 
0648c  MiniWorkshop: Dirac Operators in Differential and Noncommutative Geometry
[OWR200653] (2006)  (26 Nov  02 Dec 2006)Abstract. This miniworkshop brought together mathematicians and physicists working either on classical or on noncommutative differential geometry. Our aim was to show current interests, methods and results within each ... 
0648b  MiniWorkshop: Logic, Combinatorics and Independence Results
[OWR200652] (2006)  (26 Nov  02 Dec 2006)This is a collection of extended abstracts of a miniworkshop “Logic, Combinatorics and Independence results” that took place on November 25 – December 2, 2006 in Oberwolfach. The miniworkshop was attended by 16 researchers ... 
0648a  MiniWorkshop: Statistical Methods for Inverse Problems
[OWR200651] (2006)  (26 Nov  02 Dec 2006)Inverse problems appear naturally in a broad range of applications. Numerical analysis and statistics have – often independently – developed methods for regularisation and inversion. The aim of this miniworkshop is to ... 
0646a  Mathematical Theory of Water Waves
[OWR200650] (2006)  (12 Nov  18 Nov 2006)The waterwave problem is the study of the two and threedimensional irrotational flow of a perfect fluid bounded above by a free surface subject to the forces of gravity and surface tension. It is a paradigm for most ... 
0645  Qualitative Assumptions and Regularization in HighDimensional Statistics
[OWR200649] (2006)  (05 Nov  11 Nov 2006)Important and exciting developments are currently underway in nonparametric statistics involving interplay between qualitative constraints, penalization, and regularization methods. Some of these developments are taking ... 
0644  Combinatorics, Probability and Computing
[OWR200648] (2006)  (29 Oct  04 Nov 2006)One of the exciting phenomena in mathematics in recent years has been the widespread and surprisingly eﬀective use of probabilistic methods in diverse areas. The probabilistic point of view has turned out to be 
0643  Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Quantum Chemistry Problems
[OWR200647] (2006)  (22 Oct  28 Oct 2006)This workshop was aimed at strengthtening the interactions between well established experts in quantum chemistry, mathematical analysis, numerical analysis and computational metodology. Most of the mathematicians present ... 
0641  Arbeitsgemeinschaft mit aktuellem Thema: Twisted KTheory
[OWR200646] (2006)  (08 Oct  14 Oct 2006)The “Arbeitsgemeinsschaft mit aktuellem Thema ‘Twisted KTheory’ ” gave an introduction to several aspects of twisted Ktheory. It started with a couple of different definitions of twisted Ktheory, suitable in situations ... 
0640  Geometrie
[OWR200645] (2006)  (01 Oct  07 Oct 2006)The program covered a wide range of new developments in geometry. To name some of them, we mention the topics “Metric space geometry in the style of Alexandrov/Gromov”, “Polyhedra with prescribed metric”, “Willmore surfaces”, ... 
0639  PDE and Materials
[OWR200644] (2006)  (24 Sep  30 Sep 2006)This meeting brought together a carefully selected group of mathematicians, physicists, material scientists and engineers to discuss and review the impact of modern mathematical methods on the understanding of material ... 
0638  Topologie
[OWR200643] (2006)  (17 Sep  23 Sep 2006)The participants in this conference covered all areas of algebraic and geometric topology. The talks covered a wide range of recent developments, such as the FarrellJones conjecture, knot theory, geometric group theory, ... 
0637  Singularities
[OWR200642] (2006)  (10 Sep  16 Sep 2006)noindent This is the report of the Oberwolfach Workshop on singularity theory held in september 2006. Singularity theory is concerned with the local structure of maps and spaces that occur in many situations in mathematics. ... 
0636  Spatial Random Processes and Statistical Mechanics
[OWR200641] (2006)  (03 Sep  09 Sep 2006)The workshop focused on the broad area of spatial random processes and their connection to statistical mechanics. The subjects of interest included random walk in random environment, interacting random walks, polymer models, ... 
0635  Komplexe Analysis
[OWR200640] (2006)  (27 Aug  02 Sep 2006)The main aim of this workshop was to discuss recent developments in several complex variables and complex geometry. The topics included: classification of higher dimensional varieties, mirror symmetry, hyperbolicity, Kähler ... 
0634  Mathematical Theory and Modelling in AtmosphereOcean Science
[OWR200639] (2006)  (20 Aug  26 Aug 2006)Mathematical theory and modelling in atmosphereocean science combines a broad range of advanced mathematical and numerical techniques and research directions. This includes the asymptotic analysis of multiscale systems, ... 
0633c  MiniWorkshop: Anisotropic Motion Laws
[OWR200638] (2006)  (13 Aug  19 Aug 2006)Anisotropic motion laws play a key role in many applications ranging from materials science, biophysics to image processing. All these highly diversified disciplines have made it necessary to develop common mathematical ... 
0633a  MiniWorkshop: The Hauptvermutung for HighDimensional Manifolds
[OWR200636] (2006)  (13 Aug  19 Aug 2006)The meeting was devoted to the KirbySiebenmann structure theory for highdimensional topological manifolds and the related disproof of the Hauptvermutung. We found nothing fundamentally wrong with the original work of ...