Browsing Workshops 2014 by Title
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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 ... 
1413  Flat Surfaces and Dynamics on Moduli Space
[OWR201415] (2014)  (23 Mar  29 Mar 2014)Dynamics of the Teichmüller geodesic flow on the moduli space of curves and asymptotic monodromy of the Hodge bundle along this flow have numerous applications to dynamics and geometry of measured foliations, to billiards ... 
1425  Geometrie
[OWR201429] (2014)  (15 Jun  21 Jun 2014)The topics discussed at the meeting ranged from geometric evolution equations to minimal surfaces, Riemannian foliations and hyperbolic geometry. Because of a flexible schedule, the 53 participants had ample time for discussion. 
1417  Hilbert Modules and Complex Geometry
[OWR201421] (2014)  (20 Apr  26 Apr 2014)The major topics discussed in the workshop were Hilbert modules of analytic functions on domains in Cn, Toeplitz and Hankel operators, reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces and multiplier algebras, the interplay of complex ... 
1421  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR201425] (2014)  (18 May  24 May 2014)The workshop presented the current developments in the field of noncommutative algebra geometry and its interactions with algebraic geometry and representation theory. 
1435  Komplexe Analysis
[OWR201439] (2014)  (24 Aug  30 Aug 2014)Complex Analysis is a very active branch of mathematics with applications in many other fields. The central aim of our workshop was to present recent results in several complex variables and complex geometry, and to survey ... 
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 ... 
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. 
1447  Mathematical Logic: Proof theory, Constructive Mathematics
[OWR201452] (2014)  (16 Nov  22 Nov 2014)The workshop “Mathematical Logic: Proof Theory, Constructive Mathematics” was centered around prooftheoretic aspects of current mathematics, constructive mathematics and logical aspects of computational complexity 
1433  Mathematics and Algorithms in Tomography
[OWR201437] (2014)  (10 Aug  16 Aug 2014)This was the ninth Oberwolfach conference on the mathematics of tomography. Modalities represented at the workshop included Xray tomography, radar, seismic imaging, ultrasound, electron microscopy, impedance imaging, ... 
1450  Mathematics in Undergraduate Study Programs: Challenges for Research and for the Dialogue between Mathematics and Didactics of Mathematics
[OWR201456] (2014)  (07 Dec  13 Dec 2014)The topic of undergraduate mathematics is of considerable concern for mathematicians in universities, but also for those teaching mathematics as part of undergraduate studies other than mathematics, for employers seeking ... 
1440a  MiniWorkshop: Asymptotic Statistics on Stratified Spaces
[OWR201444] (2014)  (28 Sep  04 Oct 2014)Statistical analysis of nonEuclidean data such as data on manifolds is an active and established topic of research, for instance, in the statistical analysis of shape. However, many types of data naturally reside in metric ... 
1409c  MiniWorkshop: BatalinVilkovisky Algebras, Operads, and Hopf Algebroids
[OWR201411] (2014)  (23 Feb  01 Mar 2014)This workshop brought together 17 researchers whose work involves Batalin–Vilkovisky algebras, operads, and related structures such as Gerstenhaber algebras and cyclic homology. It featured introductory lectures on some ... 
1440c  MiniWorkshop: Differentiable Ergodic Theory, Dimension Theory and Stable Foliations
[OWR201446] (2014)  (28 Sep  04 Oct 2014)The miniworkshop Differentiable Ergodic Theory, Dimension Theory and Stable Foliations brought together experts in thermodynamical formalism, hyperbolic dynamics and dimension theory from several countries. The geographic ... 
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 ... 
1449b  MiniWorkshop: Eigenvalue Problems in Surface Superconductivity
[OWR201454] (2014)  (30 Nov  06 Dec 2014)The aim of the meeting is to discuss several classes of Schrödinger equations appearing within the GinzburgLandau theory of superconductivity. The related problems are discussed from several perspectives including ... 
1440b  MiniWorkshop: Einstein Metrics, Ricci Solitons and Ricci Flow under Symmetry Assumptions
[OWR201445] (2014)  (28 Sep  04 Oct 2014)Symmetry reduction methods play an important role in the study of Einstein metrics, Ricci solitons and Ricci flow. The general aim of this mini workshop was to gather researchers who have expertise in the construction of ... 
1416c  MiniWorkshop: Infinite Dimensional Hopf Algebras
[OWR201420] (2014)  (13 Apr  19 Apr 2014)This is a report of the above miniworkshop. It contains brief accounts of all 17 talks given at the meeting, with commentary on their interconnections. A selection of the numerous open questions discussed at and generated ... 
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 ... 
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 ...