Browsing Workshops 2018 by Title
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1822  Interactions between Algebraic Geometry and Noncommutative Algebra
[OWR201824] (2018)  (27 May  02 Jun 2018)The workshop presented current developments exploring the boundaries and intersections between the fields of noncommutative algebra and representation theory on the one hand, and algebraic geometry on the other hand, with ... 
1819  Interactions between Operator Space Theory and Quantum Probability with Applications to Quantum Information
[OWR201822] (2018)  (06 May  12 May 2018)Operator space theory was the joining element of our workshop. This theory is a quantisation of the theory of Banach spaces. The talks at our meeting investigated the interactions of operator space theory with operator ... 
1807  Interplay of Analysis and Probability in Applied Mathematics
[OWR20186] (2018)  (11 Feb  17 Feb 2018)This workshop continued to foster the collaboration between researchers working in analysis and probability, respectively. Some core areas, in which this happens with high success, belong to the objectives of this meeting: ... 
1832  Mathematical General Relativity
[OWR201836] (2018)  (05 Aug  11 Aug 2018)General Relativity is one of the triumphs of twentieth century physics. Its spectacular predictions include gravitational waves, black holes, and spacetime singularities. The mathematical study of this theory leads to deep ... 
1812  Mathematical Methods in Quantum Chemistry
[OWR201813] (2018)  (18 Mar  24 Mar 2018)The field of quantum chemistry is concerned with the modelling and simulation of the behaviour of molecular systems on the basis of the fundamental equations of quantum mechanics. Since these equations exhibit an extreme ... 
1825b  Matrix Estimation Meets Statistical Network Analysis: Extracting lowdimensional structures in high dimension
[OWR201829] (2018)  (17 Jun  23 Jun 2018)The study of complex relationships among the elements of a large collection of random variables lead to the development of a number of areas in probability and statistics such as probabilistic network analysis or random ... 
1840c  MiniWorkshop: Algebraic, Geometric, and Combinatorial Methods in Frame Theory
[OWR201846] (2018)  (30 Sep  06 Oct 2018)Frames are collections of vectors in a Hilbert space which have reconstruction properties similar to orthonormal bases and applications in areas such as signal and image processing, quantum information theory, quantization, ... 
1816a  MiniWorkshop: Arithmetic Geometry and Symmetries around Galois and Fundamental Groups
[OWR201817] (2018)  (15 Apr  21 Apr 2018)The geometric study of the absolute Galois group of the rational numbers has been a highly active research topic since the first milestones: Hilbert’s Irreducibility Theorem, Noether’s program, Riemann’s Existence Theorem. ... 
1840b  MiniWorkshop: Asymptotic Invariants of Homogeneous Ideals
[OWR201845] (2018)  (30 Sep  06 Oct 2018)Recent decades have witnessed a shift in interest from isolated objects to families of objects and their limit behavior, both in algebraic geometry and in commutative algebra. A series of various invariants have been ... 
1810a  MiniWorkshop: Chromatic Phenomena and Duality in Homotopy Theory and Representation Theory
[OWR20189] (2018)  (04 Mar  10 Mar 2018)This miniworkshop focused on chromatic phenomena and duality as unifying themes in algebra, geometry, and topology. The overarching goal was to establish a fruitful exchange of ideas between experts from various areas, ... 
1810c  MiniWorkshop: Deep Learning and Inverse Problems
[OWR201811] (2018)  (04 Mar  10 Mar 2018)Machine learning and in particular deep learning offer several datadriven methods to amend the typical shortcomings of purely analytical approaches. The mathematical research on these combined models is presently exploding ... 
1810b  MiniWorkshop: Entropy, Information and Control
[OWR201810] (2018)  (04 Mar  10 Mar 2018)This miniworkshop was motivated by the emerging field of networked control, which combines concepts from the disciplines of control theory, information theory and dynamical systems. Many current approaches to networked ... 
1816b  MiniWorkshop: Gibbs Measures for Nonlinear Dispersive Equations
[OWR201818] (2018)  (15 Apr  21 Apr 2018)In this miniworkshop we brought together leading experts working on the application of Gibbs measures to the study of nonlinear PDEs. This framework is a powerful tool in the probabilistic study of solutions to nonlinear ... 
1851b  MiniWorkshop: Innovative Trends in the Numerical Analysis and Simulation of Kinetic Equations
[OWR201856] (2018)  (16 Dec  22 Dec 2018)In multiscale modeling hierarchy, kinetic theory plays a vital role in connecting microscopic Newtonian mechanics and macroscopic continuum mechanics. As computing power grows, numerical simulation of kinetic equations has ... 
1851c  MiniWorkshop: Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Maxwell's Equations
[OWR201857] (2018)  (16 Dec  22 Dec 2018)In this miniworkshop 17 leading mathematicians from Europe and United States met at the MFO to discuss and present new developments in the mathematical and numerical analysis of Maxwell’s equations and related systems of ... 
1851a  MiniWorkshop: Numerical Analysis for NonSmooth PDEConstrained Optimal Control Problems
[OWR201855] (2018)  (16 Dec  22 Dec 2018)This miniworkshop brought together leading experts working on various aspects of numerical analysis for optimal control problems with nonsmoothness. Fifteen extended abstracts summarize the presentations at this miniworkshop. 
1840a  MiniWorkshop: Positional Games
[OWR201844] (2018)  (30 Sep  06 Oct 2018)This miniworkshop focused on Positional Games and related ﬁelds. Positional Games Theory is a branch of Combinatorics whose main aim is to systematically develop an extensive mathematical basis for a variety of twoplayer ... 
1816c  MiniWorkshop: Superexpanders and Their Coarse Geometry
[OWR201819] (2018)  (15 Apr  21 Apr 2018)It is a deep open problem whether all expanders are superexpanders. In fact, it was already a major challenge to prove the mere existence of superexpanders. However, by now, some classes of examples are known: Lafforgue’s ... 
1834  New Directions in Stochastic Optimisation
[OWR201838] (2018)  (19 Aug  25 Aug 2018)Recent work in stochastic programming draws on interaction with Algebraic and Combinatorial Models, Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Risk 
1836  New Trends in Teichmüller Theory and Mapping Class Groups
[OWR201840] (2018)  (02 Sep  08 Sep 2018)In this workshop, various topics in Teichmüller theory and mapping class groups were discussed. Twentythree talks dealing with classical topics and new directions in this field were given. A problem session was organised ...