Browsing Workshops 2010 by Title
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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 ... 
1009  Disciplines and Styles in Pure Mathematics, 18002000
[OWR201012] (2010)  (28 Feb  06 Mar 2010)This workshop addressed issues of discipline and style in number theory, algebra, geometry, topology, analysis, and mathematical physics. Most speakers presented case studies, but some offered global surveys of how stylistic ... 
1028  Geometric Group Theory, Hyperbolic Dynamics and Symplectic Geometry
[OWR201030] (2010)  (11 Jul  17 Jul 2010)The main theme of the workshop is the interaction between the speedily developing fields of mathematics mentioned in the title. One of the purposes of the workshop is to highlight new exciting developments which are happening ... 
1024  Geometrie
[OWR201026] (2010)  (13 Jun  19 Jun 2010)The program of this meeting covered a wide range of recent developements in geometry such as geometric flows and connections to transport problems, metric and Alexandrov geometry, positively curved manifolds and the positive ... 
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, ... 
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 ... 
1027  Homogeneous Dynamics and Number Theory
[OWR201029] (2010)  (04 Jul  10 Jul 2010)The theory of flows on homogeneous spaces of Lie groups has emerged as a distinct, rapidly advancing subject over the last few decades incorporating ergodic theory, geometry and number theory. The workshop showcased the ... 
1046a  Infinite Dimensional Lie Theory
[OWR201051] (2010)  (14 Nov  20 Nov 2010)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 ... 
1019  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR201022] (2010)  (09 May  15 May 2010)The aim of this workshop was to communicate the most current developments in the field of noncommutative algebra and its interactions with algebraic geometry and representation theory. 
1035  Komplexe Analysis
[OWR201039] (2010)  (29 Aug  04 Sep 2010)The aim of this workshop was to discuss recent developments in several complex variables and complex geometry. Special emphasis was put on the interaction between model theory and the classification theory of complex ... 
1045  Large Scale Stochastic Dynamics
[OWR201050] (2010)  (07 Nov  13 Nov 2010)In focus are interacting stochastic systems with many components, ranging from stochastic partial differential equations to discrete systems as interacting particles on a lattice moving through random jumps. More specifically ... 
1033  LowDimensional Topology and Number Theory
[OWR201035] (2010)  (15 Aug  21 Aug 2010)The workshop on LowDimensional Topology and Number Theory brought together researchers in these areas with the intent of exploring the many tantalizing connections between LowDimensional Topology and Number Theory. Some ... 
1042  Mathematical Challenges in Stochastic Networks
[OWR201048] (2010)  (17 Oct  23 Oct 2010)The workshop was devoted to the discussion of recent progress in modern stochastic network theory and to the exploration of open mathematical challenging problems in the field. The workshop covered a wide range of mathematical ... 
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. 
1015  Mathematics and Algorithms in Tomography
[OWR201018] (2010)  (11 Apr  17 Apr 2010)This is the eighth Oberwolfach conference on the mathematics of tomography. Modalities represented at the workshop included Xray tomography, sonar, radar, seismic imaging, ultrasound, electron microscopy, impedance imaging, ... 
1011  Microstructures in Solids: From Quantum Models to Continua
[OWR201014] (2010)  (14 Mar  20 Mar 2010)The mathematical theory of solids was studied from the modern perspective of materials with microcstructures. The discussed topics ranged from experimental findings, via numerical simulations and mathematical modeling to ... 
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. ... 
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 ... 
1034b  MiniWorkshop: Combinatorics on Words
[OWR201037] (2010)  (22 Aug  28 Aug 2010)The area of combinatorics on words is concerned with properties of sequences of symbols. It is characteristic to the field that questions arise from various mathematical problems, and hence, many fundamental results on ... 
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 ...