Auflistung Workshops 2008 nach Erscheinungsdatum
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0851  Dynamics of Patterns
[OWR200857] (2008)  (14 Dec  20 Dec 2008)This workshop focused on the dynamics of nonlinear waves and spatiotemporal patterns, which arise in functional and partial differential equations. Among the outstanding problems in this area are the dynamical selection ... 
0808  Representation Theory of Finite Dimensional Algebras
[OWR20089] (2008)  (17 Feb  23 Feb 2008)Methods and results from the representation theory of finite dimensional algebras have led to many interactions with other areas of mathematics. Such areas include the theory of Lie algebras and quantum groups, commutative ... 
0811  Analytic Number Theory
[OWR200814] (2008)  (09 Mar  15 Mar 2008)The meeting on analytic number theory brings together leading experts from various active subbranches of the field, including Lfunctions, counting points on varieties by the circle method or geometric means, sieves, ... 
0834  C*Algebras
[OWR200837] (2008)  (17 Aug  23 Aug 2008)The theory of C*algebras plays a major role in many areas of modern mathematics, like Noncommutative Geometry, Dynamical Systems, Harmonic Analysis, and Topology, to name a few. The aim of the conference “C*algebras” ... 
0833  Nonstandard Finite Element Methods
[OWR200836] (2008)  (10 Aug  16 Aug 2008)After just over half a century of use, finite element methods are ubiquitous in engineering (where they were first developed) and science. The mathematical analysis of standard conforming finite elements is very well ... 
0828  Calculus of Variations
[OWR200831] (2008)  (06 Jul  12 Jul 2008)The Calculus of Variations is at the same time a classical subject, with longstanding open questions which have generated exciting discoveries in recent decades, and a modern subject in which new types of questions arise, ... 
0821  Schnelle Löser für partielle Differentialgleichungen
[OWR200823] (2008)  (18 May  24 May 2008)The workshop Schnelle Löser für partielle Differentialgleichungen (Fast Solvers for Partial Differential Equations), organized by Randolph E. Bank (La Jolla), Wolfgang Hackbusch (Leipzig), and Gabriel Wittum (Heidelberg), ... 
0835  Komplexe Analysis
[OWR200838] (2008)  (24 Aug  30 Aug 2008)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, Kähler geometry and moduli spaces. 
0832  Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry
[OWR200835] (2008)  (03 Aug  09 Aug 2008)Arithmetic geometry lies between number theory and algebraic geometry. It deals with schemes over the rings of integers of a numberfield or also over a padic completion. For them one investigates geometric properties, ... 
0836a  MiniWorkshop: The Mathematics of Growth and Remodelling of Soft Biological Tissues
[OWR200839] (2008)  (31 Aug  06 Sep 2008)Biology is becoming one of the most attractive fields of application of mathematics. The discoveries that have characterized the biological sciences in the last decades have become the most fertile matter for application ... 
0831  Geometrie
[OWR200834] (2008)  (27 Jul  02 Aug 2008)The program of this meeting covered a wide range of of recent developments in geometry such as geometric flows, metric geometry, positively and negatively curved manifolds and dynamics of quasiconformal maps. 
0813  Disordered Systems: Random Schrödinger Operators and Random Matrices
[OWR200816] (2008)  (23 Mar  29 Mar 2008)The spectral analysis of random operators plays a central role for the understanding of quantum systems with disorder. Two distinct types of ensembles are of particular significance: Random Schrödinger operators and random ... 
0805  Stochastic Analysis in Finance and Insurance
[OWR20084] (2008)  (27 Jan  02 Feb 2008)This workshop brought together, from all over the world, leading experts and a large number of younger researchers in stochastic analysis and mathematical finance. During a very intense week, participants exchanged many ... 
0837  Geometric Group Theory, Hyperbolic Dynamics and Symplectic Geometry
[OWR200842] (2008)  (07 Sep  13 Sep 2008)The workshop ”Geometric Group Theory, Hyperbolic Dynamics and Symplectic Geometry” brought together experts in these different but close and interactive mathematical directions. The activities included talks by world renown ... 
0840  Geometry and Arithmetic around Hypergeometric Functions
[OWR200845] (2008)  (28 Sep  04 Oct 2008)Hypergeometric functions form a classical subject of Mathematics providing an interesting link between apparently quite different fields of research like differential equations, group theory, differential geometry, physics, ... 
0838  Topologie
[OWR200843] (2008)  (14 Sep  20 Sep 2008)This conference is one of the few occasions where researchers from many different areas in algebraic and geometric topology are able to meet and exchange ideas. Accordingly, the program covered a wide range of new developments ... 
0843b  Trends and Developments in Complex Dynamics
[OWR200848] (2008)  (19 Oct  25 Oct 2008)We will focus on five aspects of holomorphic dynamics with recent and substantial progress: holomorphic dynamical systems with more than one active or free critical point, dynamics in several complex variables, Thurston’s ... 
0843a  New Perspectives in Stochastic Geometry
[OWR200847] (2008)  (19 Oct  25 Oct 2008)The workshop was devoted to the discussion and exploration of recent developments in stochastic geometry. Two main themes were new results and methodology in classical stochastic geometry and allocation and matching ... 
0836c  MiniWorkshop: Mathematics of Biological Membranes
[OWR200841] (2008)  (31 Aug  06 Sep 2008)The focus of this workshop was the modeling, analysis and numerical simulation of biological membranes. The fundamental models which characterize equilibria are based on bending energies such as the Helfrich energy and ... 
0836b  MiniWorkshop: Mathematical Approaches to Collective Phenomena in Large Quantum Systems
[OWR200840] (2008)  (31 Aug  06 Sep 2008)Despite enormous progress in the last couple of decades, collective phenomena still mark one of the basic challenges of mathematical statistical mechanics. A number of approaches have been developed that provide a rigorous ...