Auflistung Workshops 2014 nach Erscheinungsdatum
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1429  Calculus of Variations
[OWR201433] (2014)  (13 Jul  19 Jul 2014)The Calculus of Variations is at the same time a classical subject, with longstanding open questions which have generated deep discoveries in recent decades, and a modern subject in which new types of questions arise, ... 
1406a  Langlands Correspondence and Constructive Galois Theory
[OWR20145] (2014)  (02 Feb  08 Feb 2014)Recent progress in the Langlands programm provides a significant step towards the understanding of the arithmetic of global fields. The geometric Langlands program provides a systematic way to construct ladic sheaves ... 
1409a  MiniWorkshop: Kähler Groups
[OWR20149] (2014)  (23 Feb  01 Mar 2014)We reviewed recent advances in the study of fundamental groups of compact Kähler manifolds, involving an interesting mix of complex geometry, harmonic maps and nonAbelian Hodge theory, and geometric group theory. There ... 
1402  Combinatorics
[OWR20141] (2014)  (05 Jan  11 Jan 2014)Combinatorics is a fundamental mathematical discipline which focuses on the study of discrete objects and their properties. The current workshop brought together researchers from diverse fields such as Extremal and ... 
1410  Enumerative Combinatorics
[OWR201412] (2014)  (02 Mar  08 Mar 2014)Enumerative Combinatorics focusses on the exact and asymptotic counting of combinatorial objects. It is strongly connected to the probabilistic analysis of large combinatorial structures and has fruitful connections to ... 
1420  Schnelle Löser für Partielle Differentialgleichungen
[OWR201424] (2014)  (11 May  17 May 2014)This workshop was well attended by 52 participants with broad geographic representation from 11 countries and 3 continents. It was a nice blend of researchers with various backgrounds. 
1434  Lowdimensional Topology and Number Theory
[OWR201438] (2014)  (17 Aug  23 Aug 2014)The workshop brought together topologists and number theorists with the intent of exploring the many tantalizing connections between these areas. 
1422b  Okounkov Bodies and Applications
[OWR201427] (2014)  (25 May  31 May 2014)The theory of Newton–Okounkov bodies, also called Okounkov bodies, is a relatively new connection between algebraic geometry and convex geometry. It generalizes the wellknown and extremely rich correspondence between ... 
1438  Topologie
[OWR201442] (2014)  (14 Sep  20 Sep 2014)The Oberwolfach conference “Topologie” is one of only a few opportunities for researchers from many different areas in algebraic and geometric topology to meet and exchange ideas. The program covered new developments in ... 
1431  Cryptography
[OWR201435] (2014)  (27 Jul  02 Aug 2014)The Oberwolfach workshop Cryptography brought together scientists from cryptography with mathematicians specializing in the algorithmic problems underlying cryptographic security. The goal of the workshop was to stimulate ... 
1439  Reactive Flows in Deformable, Complex Media
[OWR201443] (2014)  (21 Sep  27 Sep 2014)Many processes of highest actuality in the real life are described through systems of equations posed in complex domains. Of particular interest is the situation when the domain is variable, undergoing deformations that ... 
1427  Classical Algebraic Geometry
[OWR201431] (2014)  (29 Jun  05 Jul 2014)Progress in algebraic geometry usually comes through the introduction of new tools and ideas to tackle the classical problems of the field. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry in a novel ... 
1404  Representation Theory and Analysis of Reductive Groups: Spherical Spaces and Hecke Algebras
[OWR20143] (2014)  (19 Jan  25 Jan 2014)The workshop gave an overview of current research in the representation theory and analysis of reductive Lie groups and its relation to spherical varieties and Hecke algebras. The participants and the speakers represented ... 
1428  Algebraische Zahlentheorie
[OWR201432] (2014)  (06 Jul  12 Jul 2014)The workshop brought together leading experts in Algebraic Number Theory. The talks presented new methods and results that intertwine a multitude of topics ranging from classical diophantine themes to modern arithmetic ... 
1416b  MiniWorkshop: Mathematical Models for Cancer Cell Migration
[OWR201419] (2014)  (13 Apr  19 Apr 2014)Tumour cell invasion is an essential hallmark in the progression of malignant cancer. Thereby, cancer cells migrate through the surrounding tissue (normal cells, extracellular matrix, interstitial fluid) towards blood or ... 
1449a  MiniWorkshop: Dynamical versus Diffraction Spectra in the Theory of Quasicrystals
[OWR201453] (2014)  (30 Nov  06 Dec 2014)The dynamical (or von Neumann) spectrum of a dynamical system and the diffraction spectrum of the corresponding measure dynamical system are intimately related. While their equivalence in the case of pure point spectra is ... 
1409b  MiniWorkshop: Negative Curves on Algebraic Surfaces
[OWR201410] (2014)  (23 Feb  01 Mar 2014)Negative curves play a prominent role in the geometry of projective surfaces. They occur naturally as the irreducible components of exceptional loci of resolutions of surface singularities, at the same time, they are closely ... 
1416a  MiniWorkshop: Mathematical Physics meets Sparse Recovery
[OWR201418] (2014)  (13 Apr  19 Apr 2014)In recent years, there have been several fruitful interchanges of methods between the fields of sparse and lowrank recovery on the one hand and quantum information theory on the other hand. One way to understand this ... 
1437  New Horizons in Statistical Decision Theory
[OWR201441] (2014)  (07 Sep  13 Sep 2014)The classical metric theory of statistical models (experiments) has recently been extended towards an asymptotic equivalence paradigm, allowing to classify and relate problems which are essentially infinite dimensional and ... 
1403  Set Theory
[OWR20142] (2014)  (12 Jan  18 Jan 2014)This stimulating workshop featured a broad selection of some of the most important recent developments in combinatorial set theory, the theory and applications of forcing, large cardinal theory and descriptive set theory.