Browsing Workshops 2015 by Title
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1506  Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics
[OWR20155] (2015)  (01 Feb  07 Feb 2015)The 2015 Oberwolfach meeting “Geometric and Algebraic Combinatorics” was organized by Gil Kalai (Jerusalem), Isabella Novik (Seattle), Francisco Santos (Santander), and Volkmar Welker (Marburg). It covered a wide variety ... 
1505  Geometric Methods of Complex Analysis
[OWR20154] (2015)  (25 Jan  31 Jan 2015)The purpose of this workshop was to discuss recent results in Several Complex Variables, Complex Geometry and Complex Dynamical Systems with a special focus on the exchange of ideas and methods among these areas. The main ... 
1549  Geometric Partial Differential Equations: Surface and Bulk Processes
[OWR201555] (2015)  (29 Nov  05 Dec 2015)The workshop brought together experts representing a wide range of topics in geometric partial differential equations ranging from analyis over numerical simulation to reallife applications. The main themes of the conference ... 
1504  Geometric Topology
[OWR20153] (2015)  (18 Jan  24 Jan 2015)Geometric topology has seen significant advances in the understanding and application of infinite symmetries and of the principles behind them. On the one hand, for advances in (geometric) group theory, tools from algebraic ... 
1544a  History of Mathematics: Models and Visualization in the Mathematical and Physical Sciences
[OWR201547] (2015)  (25 Oct  31 Oct 2015)This workshop brought together historians of mathematics and science as well as mathematicians to explore important historical developments connected with models and visual elements in the mathematical and physical sciences. ... 
1511  Homotopy Theory
[OWR201514] (2015)  (08 Mar  14 Mar 2015)This workshop was a forum to present and discuss the latest results and ideas in algebraic topology and homotopy theory, with a special emphasis on connections to other branches of mathematics, such as algebraic geometry, ... 
1531  Interplay of Analysis and Probability in Applied Mathematics
[OWR201535] (2015)  (26 Jul  01 Aug 2015)This workshop brought together analysts and probabilists working on problems at some of the many interfaces of these two fields. Most of the problems discussed during the meeting have their origin in physics or chemistry. ... 
1529  Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
[OWR201533] (2015)  (12 Jul  18 Jul 2015)The general theory of relativity is a remarkably accurate theory of gravitation, describing phenomena from the level of isolated bodies to the universe as a whole. The mathematical study of this theory leads to fascinating ... 
1533  Mathematical Aspects of Hydrodynamics
[OWR201537] (2015)  (09 Aug  15 Aug 2015)The workshop dealt with the partial differential equations that describe fluid motion, namely the Euler equations and the NavierStokes equations. This included topics in both inviscid and viscous fluids in two and three ... 
1523  Mathematical Methods in Quantum Molecular Dynamics
[OWR201527] (2015)  (31 May  06 Jun 2015)This report summarizes the 2015 Oberwolfach meeting on mathematical methods in quantum molecular dynamics. Over decades this field has hosted considerable research activity from different disciplines, such as mathematics, ... 
1516a  Mathematical Theory of Water Waves
[OWR201519] (2015)  (12 Apr  18 Apr 2015)The waterwave problem is the study of the two and threedimensional flow of a perfect fluid bounded above by a free surface subject to the forces of gravity and surface tension. From a mathematical viewpoint, the waterwave ... 
1508b  MiniWorkshop: Coideal Subalgebras of Quantum Groups
[OWR201510] (2015)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2015)Coideal subalgebras of quantized enveloping algebras appear naturally if one considers quantum group analogs of Lie subalgebras. Examples appear in the theory of quantum integrable systems with boundary and in harmonic ... 
1508c  MiniWorkshop: Deformation Quantization: between formal to strict
[OWR201511] (2015)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2015)The philosophy of deformation was proposed by Bayen, Flato, Fronsdal, Lichnerowicz, and Sternheimer in the seventies and since then, many developments occurred. Deformation quantization is based on such a philosophy in ... 
1507b  MiniWorkshop: Discrete pLaplacians: Spectral Theory and Variational Methods in Mathematics and Computer Science
[OWR20157] (2015)  (08 Feb  14 Feb 2015)The pLaplacian operators have a rich analytical theory and in the last few years they have also offered efficient tools to tackle several tasks in machine learning. During the workshop mathematicians and theoretical ... 
1545a  MiniWorkshop: Friezes
[OWR201548] (2015)  (01 Nov  07 Nov 2015)Frieze patterns were introduced in the early 1970s by Coxeter. They are infinite arrays of numbers in which every four neighbouring entries always satisfy the same arithmetic relation. Amazingly, friezes appear in many ... 
1508a  MiniWorkshop: Ideals of Linear Subspaces, Their Symbolic Powers and Waring Problems
[OWR20159] (2015)  (15 Feb  21 Feb 2015)It is a fundamental challenge for many problems of significant current interest in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra to understand symbolic powers $I^{(m)}$ of homogeneous ideals $I$ in polynomial rings, particularly ... 
1545b  MiniWorkshop: Mathematics of Differential Growth, Morphogenesis, and Pattern Selection
[OWR201549] (2015)  (01 Nov  07 Nov 2015)Living structures are highly heterogeneous systems that consist of distinct regions made up of characteristic cell types with a specific structural organization. During evolution, development, disease, or environmental ... 
1507a  MiniWorkshop: Modern Applications of snumbers and Operator Ideals
[OWR20156] (2015)  (08 Feb  14 Feb 2015)The main aim of this miniworkshop was to present and discuss some modern applications of the functionalanalytic concepts of $s$numbers and operator ideals in areas like Numerical Analysis, Theory of Function Spaces, ... 
1546b  MiniWorkshop: Recent Developments in Statistical Methods with Applications to Genetics and Genomics
[OWR201552] (2015)  (08 Nov  14 Nov 2015)Recent progress in highthroughput genomic technologies has revolutionized the field of human genetics and promises to lead to important scientific advances. With new improvements in massively parallel biotechnologies, it ... 
1545c  MiniWorkshop: Recent Developments on Approximation Methods for Controlled Evolution Equations
[OWR201550] (2015)  (01 Nov  07 Nov 2015)This miniworkshop brought together mathematicians engaged in partial differential equations, functional analysis, numerical analysis and systems theory in order to address a number of current problems in the approximation ...