Auflistung Workshops 2010 nach Erscheinungsdatum
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1040c  MiniWorkshop: Higher Dimensional Elliptic Fibrations
[OWR201046] (2010)  (03 Oct  09 Oct 2010)Elliptic fibrations play a central role in the geometry of complex surfaces, and there is a comprehensive array of theory and examples. They arise also as a tool in many applications, such as the construction of rational ... 
1007  Computational Electromagnetism and Acoustics
[OWR201010] (2010)  (14 Feb  20 Feb 2010)The challenge inherent in the accurate and efficient numerical modeling of wave propagation phenomena is the common grand theme in both computational electromagnetics and acoustics. Many excellent contributions at this ... 
1023  Geometry, Quantum Fields, and Strings: Categorial Aspects
[OWR201025] (2010)  (06 Jun  12 Jun 2010)Currently, in the interaction between string theory, quantum field theory and topology, there is an increased use of categorytheoretic methods. Independent developments (e.g. the categorificiation of knot invariants, ... 
1034c  MiniWorkshop: Exploiting Symmetry in Optimization
[OWR201038] (2010)  (22 Aug  28 Aug 2010)The feasible regions of mathematical optimization models quite often exhibit a high degree of symmetry. In recent years, several groups of researchers have independently worked on algorithmic approaches to exploit such ... 
1008  Graph Theory
[OWR201011] (2010)  (21 Feb  27 Feb 2010)Highlights of this workshop on structural graph theory included new developments on graph and matroid minors, continuous structures arising as limits of finite graphs, and new approaches to higher graph connectivity via ... 
1040a  MiniWorkshop: Shearlets
[OWR201044] (2010)  (03 Oct  09 Oct 2010)Over the last 20 years, multiscale methods and wavelets have revolutionized the field of applied mathematics by providing an efficient means for encoding isotropic phenomena. Directional multiscale systems, particularly ... 
1017  Nonpositive Curvature and Geometric Structures in Group Theory
[OWR201020] (2010)  (25 Apr  01 May 2010)The focus of this meeting was the use of geometric methods to study infinite discrete groups. Key topics included isometric actions of such groups on spaces of nonpositive curvature, such as CAT(0) cube complexes, buildings, ... 
1002  Moduli Spaces in Algebraic Geometry
[OWR20102] (2010)  (10 Jan  16 Jan 2010)The workshop on Moduli Spaces in Algebraic Geometry aimed to bring together researchers from all branches of moduli theory, in order to discuss moduli spaces from different points of view, and to give an overview of methods ... 
1038  Topologie
[OWR201042] (2010)  (19 Sep  25 Sep 2010)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 ... 
1018  Progress in Surface Theory
[OWR201021] (2010)  (02 May  08 May 2010)The theory of surfaces is interpreted these days as a prototype of submanifold geometry and is characterized by the substantial application of PDE methods and methods from the theory of integrable systems, in addition to ... 
1049  Classical and Quantum Mechanical Models of ManyParticle Systems
[OWR201054] (2010)  (05 Dec  11 Dec 2010)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 ... 
1032  Mathematical Theory and Modelling in AtmosphereOceanScience
[OWR201034] (2010)  (08 Aug  14 Aug 2010)Participants from around the world gathered to review application and development of mathematics in relation to problems in the atmospheric, oceanic and climate sciences. 
1050a  MiniWorkshop: 1Motives
[OWR201055] (2010)  (12 Dec  18 Dec 2010)Onemotives were introduced by Deligne in 1974 [10], as a generalization of the theory of semiabelian varieties. Viewed today, after Voevodsky’s theory of mixed motives [31], it can be understood as motives of level ≤ 1. ... 
1031  Wavelet and Multiscale Methods
[OWR201033] (2010)  (01 Aug  07 Aug 2010)Various scientific models demand finer and finer resolutions of relevant features. Paradoxically, increasing computational power serves to even heighten this demand. Namely, the wealth of available data itself becomes a ... 
1003c  MiniWorkshop: Semiparametric Modelling of Multivariate Economic Time Series With Changing Dynamics
[OWR20105] (2010)  (17 Jan  23 Jan 2010)Modelling multivariate time series of possibly high dimension calls for appropriate dimensionreduction, e.g. by some factor modelling, additive modelling, or some simplified parametric structure for the dynamics (i.e. the ... 
1029  Calculus of Variations
[OWR201031] (2010)  (18 Jul  24 Jul 2010)Since its invention by Newton, the calculus of variations has formed one of the central techniques for studying problems in geometry, physics, and partial differential equations. This trend continues even today. On the one ... 
1003a  MiniWorkshop: History of Mathematics in Germany, 1920  1960
[OWR20103] (2010)  (17 Jan  23 Jan 2010)The MiniWorkshop dealt with the history of mathematics in Germany between 1920 and 1960, with a particular focus on the social history of mathematics. For the period under discussion research in the history of mathematics ... 
1020  Motives and Homotopy Theory of Schemes
[OWR201023] (2010)  (16 May  22 May 2010)The 2010 program on Motives and Homotopy Theory of Schemes consisted of a lively and varied series of 19 onehour lectures on the latest developments in the field, presenting a wide range of aspects of this multifaceted ... 
1050c  MiniWorkshop: Algebraic and Analytic Techniques for Polynomial Vector Fields
[OWR201057] (2010)  (12 Dec  18 Dec 2010)Polynomial vector fields are in the focus of research in various areas of mathematics and its applications. As a consequence, researchers from rather different disciplines work with polynomial vector fields. The main goal ... 
1010  C*Algebren
[OWR201013] (2010)  (07 Mar  13 Mar 2010)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” ...