Workshops 2019
Workshops 2019
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1950  Random Matrices
[OWR201956] (2019)  (08 Dec  14 Dec 2019)Large complex systems tend to develop universal patterns that often represent their essential characteristics. For example, the cumulative effects of independent or weakly dependent random variables often yield the Gaussian ... 
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 ... 
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, ... 
1946b  MiniWorkshop: Rank One Groups and Exceptional Algebraic Groups
[OWR201952] (2019)  (10 Nov  16 Nov 2019)Rank one groups are a class of doubly transitive groups that are natural generalizations of the groups $ \operatorname{SL}_2(k) $. The most interesting examples arise from exceptional algebraic groups of relative rank ... 
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 ... 
1944  Subfactors and Applications
[OWR201949] (2019)  (27 Oct  02 Nov 2019)The theory of subfactors connects diverse topics in mathematics and mathematical physics such as tensor categories, vertex operator algebras, quantum groups, quantum topology, free probability, quantum field theory, ... 
1942  Arbeitsgemeinschaft: Zimmer's Conjecture
[OWR201948] (2019)  (13 Oct  18 Oct 2019)The aim of this Arbeitsgemeinschaft was to understand the recent progress on Zimmer's conjecture in [1,2]. The week focuses on the cocompact case from [1]. 
1941c  MiniWorkshop: Selfadjoint Extensions in New Settings
[OWR201947] (2019)  (06 Oct  12 Oct 2019)The main focus of the workshop is on the analysis of boundary value problems for differential and difference operators in some nonclassical geometric settings, such as fractal graphs, subRiemannian manifolds or nonelliptic ... 
1941b  MiniWorkshop: Degeneration Techniques in Representation Theory
[OWR201946] (2019)  (06 Oct  12 Oct 2019)Modern Representation Theory has numerous applications in many mathematical areas such as algebraic geometry, combinatorics, convex geometry, mathematical physics, probability. Many of the object and problems of interest ... 
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 ... 
1940  New Developments in Representation Theory of padic Groups
[OWR201944] (2019)The representation theory of $p$adic groups has played an important role in the Langlands program. It has seen significant progress in the past two decades, including various instances of the local Langlands correspondences, ... 
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 ... 
1938  Large Scale Stochastic Dynamics
[OWR201942] (2019)  (15 Sep  21 Sep 2019)The goal of this workshop was to explore the recent advances in the mathematical understanding of the macroscopic properties which emerge on large spacetime scales from interacting microscopic particle systems. There ... 
1937  ManyBody Quantum Systems
[OWR201941] (2019)  (08 Sep  14 Sep 2019)The interaction among fundamental particles in nature leads to many interesting effects in quantum statistical mechanics; examples include superconductivity for charged systems and superfluidity in cold gases. It is a huge ... 
1936  Innovative Approaches to the Numerical Approximation of PDEs
[OWR201940] (2019)  (01 Sep  07 Sep 2019)This workshop was about the numerical solution of PDEs for which classical approaches, such as the finite element method, are not well suited or need further (theoretical) underpinnings. A prominent example of PDEs for ... 
1935  Geometric, Algebraic, and Topological Combinatorics
[OWR201939] (2019)  (25 Aug  31 Aug 2019)The 2019 Oberwolfach meeting "Geometric, Algebraic and Topological Combinatorics" was organized by Gil Kalai (Jerusalem), Isabella Novik (Seattle), Francisco Santos (Santander), and Volkmar Welker (Marburg). It covered a ... 
1934  Mathematical Aspects of Hydrodynamics
[OWR201938] (2019)  (18 Aug  24 Aug 2019)The workshop dealt with the partial differential equations that describe fluid motion and related topics. These topics included both inviscid and viscous fluids in two and three dimensions. Some talks addressed aspects ... 
1933  C*Algebras
[OWR201937] (2019)  (11 Aug  17 Aug 2019)The subject of Operator Algebras is a flourishing broad area of mathematics which has strong ties to many other areas in mathematics including Functional/Harmonic Analysis, Topology, (noncommutative) Geometry, Geometric ... 
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 ... 
1931  Computational Multiscale Methods
[OWR201935] (2019)  (28 Jul  03 Aug 2019)Many physical processes in material sciences or geophysics are characterized by inherently complex interactions across a large range of nonseparable scales in space and time. The resolution of all features on all scales ...