Browsing Workshops 2009 by Title
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0908b  MiniWorkshop: Product Systems and Independence in Quantum Dynamics
[OWR20099] (2009)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2009)Quantum dynamics, both reversible (i.e., closed quantum systems) and irreversible (i.e., open quantum systems), gives rise to product systems of Hilbert spaces or, more generally, of Hilbert modules. When we consider ... 
0946a  MiniWorkshop: Spectrum of Transfer Operators: Recent Developments and Applications
[OWR200949] (2009)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2009)Transfer operators and their spectral theory provide a unifying framework for studying stochastic properties of chaotic deterministic dynamical systems. The goal of this workshop was to widen the class of systems that can ... 
0908c  MiniWorkshop: Support Varieties
[OWR200910] (2009)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2009)The notion of support is a fundamental concept which provides a geometric approach for studying various algebraic structures. The prototype for this has been Quillen’s description of the algebraic variety corresponding to ... 
0950a  MiniWorkshop: The Escaping Set in Transcendental Dynamics
[OWR200954] (2009)  (06 Dec  12 Dec 2009)The escaping set of a transcendental entire or meromorphic function consists of all points which tend to inﬁnity under iteration. Its importance in transcendental dynamics has increased signiﬁcantly in recent years. The ... 
0910b  MiniWorkshop: The Pisot Conjecture  From Substitution Dynamical Systems to Rauzy Fractals and Meyer Sets
[OWR200913] (2009)  (01 Mar  07 Mar 2009)This miniworkshop brought together researchers with diverse backgrounds and a common interest in facets of the Pisot conjecture, which relates certain properties of a substitution to dynamical properties of the associated ... 
0916  Multiplier Ideal Sheaves in Algebraic and Complex Geometry
[OWR200921] (2009)  (12 Apr  18 Apr 2009)The workshop Multiplier Ideal Sheaves in Algebraic and Complex Geometry, organised by Stefan Kebekus (Freiburg), Mihai Paun (Nancy), Georg Schumacher (Marburg) and YumTong Siu (Cambridge MA) was held April 12th – April ... 
0937  Noncommutative Geometry
[OWR200941] (2009)  (06 Sep  12 Sep 2009)Many of the diﬀerent aspects of Noncommutative Geometry were represented in the talks. The list of topics that were covered includes in particular new insight into the geometry of a noncommutative torus, local index formulae ... 
0905  Numerical Techniques for Optimization Problems with PDE Constraints
[OWR20094] (2009)  (25 Jan  31 Jan 2009)The development, analysis and implementation of eﬃcient and robust numerical techniques for optimization problems associated with partial diﬀerential equations (PDEs) is of utmost importance for the optimal control of ... 
0932  Partielle Differentialgleichungen
[OWR200936] (2009)  (02 Aug  08 Aug 2009)The workshop dealt with partial diﬀerential equations in geometry and technical applications. The main topics were the combination of nonlinear partial diﬀerential equations and geometric problems, regularity of free ... 
0938  PDE and Materials
[OWR200942] (2009)  (13 Sep  19 Sep 2009)This workshop brought together mathematicians, physicists and material to discuss emerging applications of mathematics in materials science. 
0920  Quadratic Forms and Linear Algebraic Groups
[OWR200925] (2009)  (10 May  16 May 2009)Topics discussed at the workshop Quadratic forms and linear algebraic groups included besides the algebraic theory of quadratic and Hermitian forms and their Witt groups several aspects of the theory of linear algebraic ... 
0904  Random Trees
[OWR20093] (2009)  (18 Jan  24 Jan 2009)The meeting was devoted to random trees, a central concept in mathematics that provides a key way of thinking about relationships between objects such as particles in a ﬂuid, individuals in a population, or labels in a ... 
0913  Representations of Finite Groups
[OWR200917] (2009)  (22 Mar  28 Mar 2009)The workshop Representations of Finite Groups was organised by Joseph Chuang (London), Markus Linckelmann (Aberdeen), Gunter Malle (Kaiserslautern) and Jeremy Rickard (Bristol). It covered a wide variety of aspects of the ... 
0934  Scaling Limits in Models of Statistical Mechanics
[OWR200938] (2009)  (16 Aug  22 Aug 2009)The workshop brought together researchers interested in spatial random processes and their connection to statistical mechanics. The principal subjects of interest were scaling limits and, in general, limit laws for various ... 
0939  Singularities
[OWR200943] (2009)  (20 Sep  26 Sep 2009)Local/global Singularity Theory is concerned with the local/global structure of maps and spaces that occur in diﬀerential topology or theory of algebraic or analytic varieties. It uses methods from algebra, topology, ... 
0912  Sparse Recovery Problems in High Dimensions: Statistical Inference and Learning Theory
[OWR200916] (2009)  (15 Mar  21 Mar 2009)The statistical analysis of high dimensional data requires new techniques, extending results from nonparametric statistics, analysis, probability, approximation theory, and theoretical computer science. The main problem ... 
0924  Strings, Fields and Topology
[OWR200928] (2009)  (07 Jun  13 Jun 2009)In recent years, the interplay between traditional geometric topology and theoretical physics, in particular quantum ?eld theory, has played a signi?cant role in the work of many researchers. The idea of this workshop was ... 
0906  The Arithmetic of Fields
[OWR20095] (2009)  (01 Feb  07 Feb 2009)The workshop “The Arithmetic of Fields” focused on a series of problems concerning the interplay between number theory, arithmetic and algebraic geometry, Galois theory, and model theory, such as: the Galois theory of ... 
0921  Topological and Variational Methods for Partial Differential Equations
[OWR200926] (2009)  (17 May  23 May 2009)In recent years, there has been a major impact of topological and variational methods on the study of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations. In particular, surprising results for classical open ... 
0902  Toric Geometry
[OWR20091] (2009)  (04 Jan  10 Jan 2009)Toric Geometry originated from investigations of torus actions on geometric and algebraic objects. It is addressed through algebraic geometry, symplectic geometry, equivariant topology, as well as the theory of convex ...