Browsing Workshops 2019 by Issue Date
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1922  Foundations and New Horizons for Causal Inference
[OWR201925] (2019)  (26 May  01 Jun 2019)While causal inference is established in some disciplines such as econometrics and biostatistics, it is only starting to emerge as a valuable tool in areas such as machine learning and artificial intelligence. The ... 
1939  Toric Geometry
[OWR201943] (2019)  (22 Sep  28 Sep 2019)Toric geometry is a subfield of algebraic geometry with rich interactions with geometric combinatorics, and many other fields of mathematics. This workshop brought together a broad range of mathematicians interested in ... 
1932  Homotopy Theory
[OWR201936] (2019)  (04 Aug  10 Aug 2019)The workshop "Homotopy Theory" was organized by Jesper Grodal (Copenhagen), Michael Hill (Los Angeles), and Birgit Richter (Hamburg). It covered a wide variety of topics in homotopy theory, from foundational questions to ... 
1910c  MiniWorkshop: Cohomology of Hopf Algebras and Tensor Categories
[OWR201911] (2019)  (03 Mar  09 Mar 2019)The miniworkshop featured some open questions about the cohomology of Hopf algebras and tensor categories. Questions included whether the cohomology ring of a finite dimensional Hopf algebra or a finite tensor ... 
1905  Tomographic Inverse Problems: Theory and Applications
[OWR20194] (2019)  (27 Jan  02 Feb 2019)This was the tenth Oberwolfach conference on the mathematics of tomography. The field rests on the interplay between the theoretical and applied; practical questions lead to new mathematics and pure mathematics motivates ... 
1919  Statistical and Computational Aspects of Learning with Complex Structure
[OWR201922] (2019)  (05 May  11 May 2019)The recent explosion of data that is routinely collected has led scientists to contemplate more and more sophisticated structural assumptions. Understanding how to harness and exploit such structure is key to improving the ... 
1908  Moist Processes in the Atmosphere
[OWR20197] (2019)  (17 Feb  23 Feb 2019)Processes related to water in the atmosphere lead to severe uncertainties in weather forecasting and climate research. Atmospheric water vapor and cloud water strongly influence the Earth's energy budget through, ... 
1945  Analytic Number Theory
[OWR201950] (2019)  (03 Nov  09 Nov 2019)Analytic number theory is a subject which is central to modern mathematics. There are many important unsolved problems which have stimulated a large amount of activity by many talented researchers. At least two of the ... 
1917  Mathematical Methods in Quantum Molecular Dynamics
[OWR201920] (2019)  (21 Apr  27 Apr 2019)The workshop on "Mathematical Methods in Quantum Molecular Dynamics" has brought together chemists, mathematicians, and physicists developing new mathematical methods for studying the motion of atoms in molecules and in ... 
1949  Groups, Dynamics, and Approximation
[OWR201955] (2019)  (01 Dec  07 Dec 2019)The workshop covered a wide range of topics, with emphasis on Geometric Group Theory, Ergodic Theory and links with Functional Analysis on the one hand and Mathematical Logic on the other. The goal of the workshop was to ... 
1923  Mixedinteger Nonlinear Optimization: a hatchery for modern mathematics
[OWR201926] (2019)  (02 Jun  08 Jun 2019)The second MFO Oberwolfach Workshop on MixedInteger Nonlinear Programming (MINLP) took place between 2nd and 8th June 2019. MINLP refers to one of the hardest Mathematical Programming (MP) problem classes, involving both ... 
1930  Partial Differential Equations
[OWR201934] (2019)  (21 Jul  27 Jul 2019)The workshop dealt with nonlinear partial differential equations and some applications in geometry, touching several different topics such as geometric flows, minimal surfaces, semilinear equations and calculus of variations. 
1947  Heat Kernels, Stochastic Processes and Functional Inequalities
[OWR201954] (2019)  (17 Nov  23 Nov 2019)The aims of the 2019 workshop \emph{Heat Kernels, Stochastic Processes and Functional Inequalities} were: (a) to provide a forum to review recent progresses in a wide array of areas of analysis (elliptic, subelliptic and ... 
1907  Singularities and Homological Aspects of Commutative Algebra
[OWR20196] (2019)  (10 Feb  16 Feb 2019)Commutative algebra has recently witnessed a number of spectacular developments, resulting in the resolution of longstanding problems. The new techniques and perspectives, such as methods from the theory of perfectoid ... 
1927  Differentialgeometrie im Grossen
[OWR201930] (2019)  (30 Jun  05 Jul 2019)The topics discussed at the meeting reflected current trends in global differential geometry. These topics included complex geometry, Einstein metrics, geometric flows, metric geometry and manifolds satisfying curvature bounds. 
1912  Contemporary Coding Theory
[OWR201913] (2019)  (17 Mar  23 Mar 2019)Coding Theory naturally lies at the intersection of a large number of disciplines in pure and applied mathematics. A multitude of methods and means has been designed to construct, analyze, and decode the resulting ... 
1902  Graph Theory
[OWR20191] (2019)Graph theory is a rapidly developing area of mathematics. Recent years have seen the development of deep theories, and the increasing importance of methods from other parts of mathematics. The workshop on Graph Theory ... 
1941a  MiniWorkshop: Operator Algebraic Quantum Groups
[OWR201945] (2019)  (06 Oct  12 Oct 2019)This miniworkshop brought together a rich and varied crosssection of young and active researchers working on operator algebraic aspects of quantum group theory. The primary goals of this meeting were to highlight the ... 
1946c  MiniWorkshop: Seshadri Constants
[OWR201953] (2019)  (10 Nov  16 Nov 2019)Seshadri constants were defined by Demailly around 30 years ago using the ampleness criterion of Seshadri. Demailly was interested in studying problems related to separation of jets of line bundles on projective varieties, ... 
1929a  Mathematical Theory of Water Waves
[OWR201932] (2019)  (14 Jul  20 Jul 2019)Water waves, that is waves on the surface of a fluid (or the interface between different fluids) are omnipresent phenomena. However, as Feynman wrote in his lecture, water waves that are easily seen by everyone, and which ...