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The citations in this text, marked by quotation marks, are translations from the original German text. He was so impressed by the IAS in Princeton that he immediately thought about a similar institution in Germany. In Hirzebruch organized already the first Mathematische Arbeitstagung in Bonn. At that time there were not so many conferences as today and the Arbeitstagung in Bonn was an important annual event and it became a tradition until today.
Although the Euromat plan was very promising, it finally did not work out. He therefore developed a plan to make Oberwolfach an Institute for Advanced Study on a smaller scale, so that then there would be one in France and one in Germany. The letter starts: Oberwolfach is taken over by the Federal Ministry of the Interior and will be developed to an institute that could take over in Germany a role in mathematics as the School of Mathematics of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ, for the United States.
Moreover, a building of 20 apartments must be provided. Hirzebruch had already very concrete plans and he was optimistic as only young people can be in , he was 31 years old. He believed that the project could be realized already in In any case, in order to realize the idea an organization had to be installed. In March the 14 mathematicians R. Baer, H. Behnke, G. Bol, H. Gericke, H. Hirzebruch, H. Kneser, G. Roquette, E. Sperner, K.
Stein, and K. Weise met in Oberwolfach. Today you can see the photos of these mathematicians in the big lecture hall in Oberwolfach. The minutes of this meeting read as follows Intensification of mathematical research, Strengthening of the scientific cooperation, Training of young researchers.
These are basically still the goals of the Oberwolfach Institute today.
The minutes continue: This institute has gained, through the care of the scientific cooperation, already strong international reputation and is therefore particularly suited to be the starting point and center for carrying out the above tasks. On 17 June the formal inaugural meeting of the Society for Mathematical Research took place at the Mathematical Institute in Freiburg. It was clear that Oberwolfach was a too isolated place for an Institute for Advanced Study and therefore an extension to a project with Oberwolfach plus Freiburg was discussed.
However, how this should be achieved remained unsolved for a while. Finally, the idea came up to create a Max- Planck-Institute for Mathematics. Hirzebruch himself could not be present because he was on sabbatical at the IAS in Princeton. Butenand even pronounced in a press release in May that a new Max- Planck Institute of Mathematics was to be founded.
As a principle of the Max-Planck-Society they create their institutes around a person. The person to become the first director of the new Max-Planck Institute of Mathematics was to be Friedrich Hirzebruch, although he was only 32 years old at that time. Then, the usual examination process including referees was started. To make a long story short: The reason is to be found in the referee s reports.
There were 11 referee s reports, 5 from Germany and 6 from abroad. The names of the referees are known, but the content is confidential, except for three reports of which Hirzebruch got a copy. Van der Waerden praised the workshops in Oberwolfach and the mathematician Hirzebruch. Siegel however denied not only the necessity of a Max-Planck Institute, he was very sceptical about the abstract mathematics of Hirzebruch.
He wrote: I consider it to be possible, even likely, that this whole direction will die out within a few years. Since Siegel was known to be against modern mathematics, his opinion was not crucial. More decisive was the report by Courant. He criticized the proposal as not well thought out and about Hirzebruch he wrote: I have always advocated for him and cherish very friendly feelings for him In my opinion it would be a great injustice to mathematics to tear him out of his productive teaching.
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He also expressed his concern that Hirzebruch would very visibly symbolize the predominance of the abstract direction. The plan of a Max-Planck-Institute for mathematics came temporarily to an end. Hirzebruch finishes his above mentioned essay as follows: Today, the mathematics in Germany has two Max Planck Institutes: Even Courant would be satisfied. There is no predominance of abstract direction. As he wished, I stayed as a professor at the University of Bonn.
It is a good development that Oberwolfach and the MPIMs with their different tasks are friendly connected but are separated organizationally. Gert-Martin Greuel First published in: Friedrich Hirzebruch Memorial Session at the 6ecm M. Sanz-Sole, M. Atiyah, C.
Ba r, J. Bourguignon, G. Amanda Cornils und Willi Tietz verlobten sich. Amanda und Willi heirateten am 3. April in Hamburg. Willis Bruder Hermann, der in Berlin eine Apotheke betrieb, musste diese durch politischen Druck aufgeben und nahm sich daraufhin das Leben. Um seine eigene Stellung zu stabilisieren hatte sich Horst Tietz als Mischling ersten Grades freiwillig zum Wehrdienst gemeldet. Er wurde zum Reichsarbeitsdienst einberufen, erfuhr dann Wie Tietz berichtete, sollen es ein gutes Dutzend Studenten und Studentinnen gewesen sein, also eine kleine Schar.
Als mitten in der Vorlesung Fliegeralarm gegeben wurde sprangen die Uniformierten auf und wollten alle in die Luftschutzkeller schicken. Hecke sagte: Bereits im Dezember wurde Horst Tietz vom Studium ausgeschlossen. Als seine Mutter Anna die Nachricht seines Todes am 9.
In dieser Vorweihnachtszeit des Jahres gab es aber auch Lichtblicke. Es stehe eine Denunziation wegen des illegalen Besuchs von Vorlesungen bevor, aber Zassenhaus wollte versuchen, diese Leute noch von ihrem Vorhaben abzubringen. Inzwischen hatte die Deportation der Hamburger Juden begonnen. In dem Feuersturm der Nacht vom Juli verlor Familie Tietz ihre Wohnung und allen Besitz. Da Willi Tietz in einer privilegierten Mischehe lebte, brauchte er noch keinen Judenstern zu tragen.
Die Eheleute beschlossen, in dem Wirrwarr nach dem Feuersturm mit Horst nach Marburg zu gehen, wo sie sich kennengelernt hatten. Dezember bei der Gestapo melden. Sie kommentierte dieses Angebot damit, dass sie vor den Beamten auf den Boden spie.
Unter den unmenschlichen Bedingungen des Lagers erkrankte Willi Tietz schwer. April in die Zelle verlegt wurde, in der sein Vater lag, war dieser schon nicht mehr bei Eine kahlgeschorene Frau winkte ihm weinend zu; es war seine Mutter. Amanda Tietz hat vermutlich nie vom Tod ihres Mannes erfahren. Mit Datum vom Juli erhielt er von dort die Nachricht, dass seine Mutter am 5. Juni verstorben war. Am November wieder aufnahm. Erich Hecke war sterbenskrank, las aber noch Lineare Differentialgleichungen.
Hecke konnte bald darauf nicht mehr lesen; er starb bei Harald Bohr in Kopenhagen; Zassenhaus stand kurz vor der Auswanderung. Tietz wurde mein treuester Helfer und bester Freund!.
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Dort hat er tiefe Spuren hinterlassen. Steffen Timman. Herr Timmann, sehen SIE was? Nur einmal war es anders. Welcher Trottel hat eigentlich dieses Buch geschrieben?.
Seine Vorlesungskunst war einzigartig, sie zwang uns zur Mitarbeit. Gemerkt haben wir das allerdings erst bei der Vorbereitung auf das Vordiplom.
In seinen Vorlesungen hatten wir viel mehr mitgearbeitet als in anderen. Entspannt habe ich mich erst als ich erfuhr, dass die Umkehrung nicht gilt. Bewundernswert war auch seine Beherrschung der deutschen Sprache. Noch im Alter aus Anlass seines Nach meinem Studium brach der Kontakt vorerst ab.
Stolz bin ich auf die Widmung in seinem Sonderdruck Erlebte Geschichte: Sein Geist war ungebrochen und sein subtiler Humor schimmerte immer wieder durch. Horst Tietz verstarb am Januar im Alter von 90 Jahren in Hannover. Seine Asche wurde am Als ich am Tag der Beerdigung einige meiner damaligen Kommilitonen informierte, erhielt ich wunderbare Antworten.
Thomas Sonar verlesen vor der Braunschweigischen Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft am 8. Die wissenschaftliche Kommission begutachtet vor ihrer Genehmigung alle wissenschaftlichen Veranstaltungen des Instituts.
Das Programm wird in einem wettbewerblichen Verfahren nach streng wissenschaftlichen Kriterien gestaltet. Eine Besonderheit der Oberwolfacher Workshops ist die Forschungsorientierung. For the scientific program, this is the most important panel of the Institute. It is based on the honorary work of about 20 to 25 top-class mathematicians, covering all areas of mathematics.
The Scientific Committee examines all scientific events at the Institute prior to their approval. The program is fixed in a competitive procedure according to strictly scientific criteria. As in the preceding years, the MFO received many more proposals than could be approved Overview on the program The Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach focuses on six central programs: In addition the MFO provides some further services. The Workshop Program The main scientific program consists of about 40 week-long workshops per year, each with about 50 participants.
Alternatively, there can be two parallel workshops of half size about 25 participants. The workshops are organised by internationally leading experts in the relevant fields. The participants are personally invited by the Director after recommendation by the organizers.
A special characteristic feature of the Oberwolfach Workshops is the research orientation. Very often the guest researchers appreciate the stimulating atmosphere. Many significant research projects owe their origin to the realisation of a workshop in Oberwolfach.
The Mini-Workshop Program This programme offers 12 week-long mini-workshops per year, each with about 15 participants. These mini-workshops are aimed especially at junior researchers, and allow proposals to react to recent developments, since the subjects are fixed only half a year before the mini-workshops take place. The Oberwolfach Arbeitsgemeinschaft The idea of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft Research Group for young as well as for senior Christopher Deninger und Prof.
Gerd Faltings organisiert. The Arbeitsgemeinschaft meets twice per year for one week each time and is organised by Prof. Christopher Deninger and Prof. Gerd Faltings.
The Oberwolfach Seminars The Oberwolfach Seminars are week-long events taking place six times per year. They are organised by leading experts in the field and address postdocs and Ph. They aim at introducing 25 participants to a particularly hot development. This programme is aimed at small groups of researchers from different places working together at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach for 2 weeks up to 3 months on a specific project. Oberwolfach Leibniz Fellows The focus of this postdoctoral programme, which has started in January , is to support excellent young researchers in an important period of their scientific career by providing ideal working conditions in an international atmosphere.
Outstanding young researchers can apply to carry out a research project, individually or in small groups, for a period from two to six months. Oberwolfach Leibniz Fellows should be involved in an active research group with an established senior researcher at a university or another research institute. Oberwolfach Leibniz Graduate Students Since the beginning of , the MFO has been supporting the participation of an average of 5 young doctoral students per Oberwolfach Workshop.
This new programme has been approved by the Leibniz Society within the Pakt Viele neue Entdeckungen und Entwicklungen wurden im Institut zum ersten Mal einem ausgesuchten Kreis von Forschern vorgestellt und sind in den Oberwolfach Reports dokumentiert. For this programme, each Oberwolfach Workshop is given an extra capacity of 5 workshop places which is reserved for these young candidates and may not be taken by senior researchers. They appear quarterly in an edition of copies.
The 4 issues comprise more than 3, pages per year. The OWR are comprised of official reports of every workshop, containing extended abstracts of the given talks, of one up to three pages per talk, including references. The aim is to report periodically upon the state of mathematical research, and to make these reports available to the mathematical community. Many new discoveries and developments have been introduced at the Institute to a selected group of researchers and are documented in the Oberwolfach Reports.
The OWR have been warmly welcomed worldwide, with numerous subscribers and partners participating in exchange arrangements. The prize is awarded for excellent achievements in changing fields of mathematics.
The Oberwolfach foundation awards in cooperation with the MFO approximately every three years the John Todd Award to young scientists in numerical analysis. The Institute also hosts the final training week for especially gifted pupils to prepare for the International Mathematical Olympiad. Insgesamt nahmen mehr als Forscher aus aller Welt an allen Programmen teil, davon ca.
Das folgende Tagungsprogramm belegt diese Politik Annual schedule In the year workshops have taken place during 42 weeks, as well as 12 Mini-Workshops during four weeks, 6 Oberwolfach Seminars during three weeks and two Arbeitsgemeinschaften during two weeks. The Institute emphasizes that all fields of mathematics and related areas are represented, including applications. The following scientific programme gives proof of this policy.
Brenner, Baton Rouge Ronald H. Jaco, Stillwater Frank H. Bauer, Bielefeld Louis H. Kauffman, Chicago Vassily O. Denham, London Ontario Alexander I.
Tacit knowledge contrasts with the explicit knowledge that in almost all historical mathematical cultures is associated with mathematical text. The workshop invited a use of the categories of tacit and explicit knowledge to achieve a better knowledge of how mathematical creation proceeds, and also of how cultural habits play a tacit role in mathematical production. It afforded the opportunity for a presentation of selected case studies by leading experts and new scholars, with results that promise to be of significant interest not only to historians, but to the mathematical community more broadly.
Due to shocks stability is an issue and modern means of filtering like spectral viscosity is required. Additional TV-filters are needed in most cases as postprocessors and the choice of the solver for the differential equations to integrate in time is crucial. The workshop was organised to bring together researchers from different areas of mathematics in order to fuel the research on high-order efficient and robust numerical methods.
Amsterdam , Kopriva, David A. The talks and discussions evolved around five topics on the interface between analysis and probability. The main goal of the workshop, the systematic encouragement of intense discussions between the two communities, was achieved to a high extent.
The main objectives of this workshop were to break down disciplinary barriers that often limit collaborative research in quantitative risk management, and to communicate the state of the art research from the different disciplines, and to point towards new directions of research. Washington , Patton, Andrew J. Several of the talks during this workshop announced breakthroughs on long-standing open problems; others provided a great source of important open problems that will surely drive research for several years to come.
Ithaca , Slaman, Theodore A. Various aspects on this plus related topics ranging from order-reduction methods to isogeometric analysis has been discussed amongst the pariticpants form mathematics and engineering for a large range of applications.
Garching , Warburton, Tim C. Houston , Wriggers, Peter Hannover These issues include the formulation of more efficient methods with fewer number of degrees of freedom, the formulation of methods for coupled problems, the analysis of guaranteed a posteriori error estimation, and faster and accurate solvers.
Enschede , Warburton, Tim C. Classical topics such as the inverse problems of impedance tomography and scattering theory as well as new developments such as interior transmission eigenvalues were discussed. Its range of applicability and its techniques evolve rapidly with new developments in communication systems and electronic data processing.
Thus, in recent years networked control systems emerged as a new fundamental topic, which combines complex communication structures with classical control methods and requires new mathematical methods.
A substantial number of contributions to this workshop was devoted to the control of networks of systems. This was complemented by a series of lectures on other current topics like fundamentals of nonlinear control systems, model reduction and identification, algorithmic aspects in control, as well as open problems in control. Cambridge , Sussmann, Hector J. Of particular interest was the work of Leclerc and Hernandez on the Grothendieck rings of certain representations of quantum loop enveloping algebras, the work on geometrically killing the dynamical Weyl group by Ginzburg, the solution to the AGT-conjecture of Alday, Gaiotto and Tachikawa by Vasserot and the proof of Kostant s Clifford algebra conjecture by Joseph.
A particular focus was on high dimensional statistics, semiparametrics, adaptation, nonparametric bayesian statistics, shape constraint estimation and statistical inverse problems.
The close interaction of these issues with optimization, machine learning and inverse problems has been addressed as well. Durham , Brown, Lawrence D.
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Berlin , Tsybakov, Alexandre B. Today s leading materials for a range of applications are hierarchical, having characteristics of structure at multiple length scales to satisfy a complex set of performance requirements and constraints. Modern day efforts in mechanics of materials exploit recent advances in mechanics of materials that draws upon concurrent use of solid state physics, mathematics and information technology, continuum and discrete mechanics and materials chemistry.
There is a richness of problem sets at the intersection of theoretical and applied mathematics and materials mechanics. The central goals of this workshop were to explore emerging mathematical approaches to multiscale modelling of evolving microstructures and to identify new mathematical approaches to interfaces in materials.
Wien , Clayton, John D. Loughborough Leicestersh. Ithaca , Werner, Ewald A. Garching , Zastrau, Bernd W. Dresden , Zbib, Hussein M. Pullman , Zhu, Ting Atlanta Recent progress was presented and new research directions were proposed.
The talks presented several results which were considered as breakthroughs on important problems, like Brauer s height zero conjecture, the Alperin-McKay conjecture on characters of height 0 and the Alperin weight conjecture. Several speakers presented substantially simplified new approaches to key results in cohomological representation theory.
The main feature of this workshop was to bring people from these area together to learn about mutual, possibly up till now unnoticed similarities in their respective research. John s , Batyrev, Victor V. Moscow , Nesterenko, Yuri V. They are linked by their applications in topological quantum field theory and by constructions of often isomorphic Frobenius manifolds. The first and second are related by a version of mirror symmetry, the link of the second and third has attracted much attention.
The connection of the first and third is the least developed and was at the focus of the workshop. Although algebraic methods in topology gradually replaced combinatorial ones in the mids, the emergence of computers later revitalized the study of triangulations.
By now there are several distinct mathematical communities actively doing work on different aspects of triangulations.
The goal of this workshop was to bring the researchers from these various communities together to stimulate interaction and to benefit from the exchange of ideas and methods. Davis , Dey, Tamal K.
Urbana , Jaco, William H. Columbus , Kalelkar, Tejas St. Berlin More specific topics include index theory on such spaces, various nonlinear geometric problems, and in particular the asymptotic structure of natural metrics on geometric moduli spaces, and techniques from linear analysis to approach such problems.
In geometric evolution equations, the prominent themes were mean curvature and Ricci flow. In the field of nonlinear hyperbolic equations special focus was laid on critical growth and focussing nonlinearities, for which thresholds for concentration behavior and asymptotic profiles were determined, often using matched asymptotic expansions.
Connections between nonlinear hyperbolic equations and dispersive equations arise, for instance concerning the use of vector fields and the treatment of space-time resonances in capillary water waves and relativity. Several talks were on or related to the Ricci flow.
Other issues were for example the proof the Willmore conjecture, four dimensional Einstein manifolds, CMC hypersurfaces and new constructions in geometric group theory. The schedule of the workshop left plenty of room for discussions among the 53 participants. We include both three and four dimensional manifolds in our phrase low dimensional topology. The intent of the conference was to understand the reach of knot theoretic invariants into four dimensions, including results in Khovanov homology, variants of Floer homology and quandle cohomology and to understand relationships among categorification, topological quantum field theories and four dimensional manifold invariants as in particular Seiberg-Witten invariants.
Houston , Dorfmeister, Josef G. Brighton , Froyshov, Kim A. Aarhus , Gordon, Cameron M. Their methods have become crucial for a wide range of applications in technology and science, such as signal and image processing. Understanding of the underlying mathematics has grown vastly. Interestingly, there are a lot of connections to other fields, such as convex optimization, probability theory and Banach space geometry.
Yet, many problems in these areas remain unsolved or even unattacked. The workshop intended to bring together world leading experts in these areas, to report on recent developments, and to foster new developments and collaborations. Houston , Calderbank, A. Examples include new invariants that capture some aspect of geometry in a novel way, such as the derived category, and the extension of the class of geometric objects considered to allow constructions not previously possible, such as the transition from varieties to schemes or from schemes to stacks.
Many famous old problems and outstanding conjectures have been resolved in this way over the last 50 years. While the new theories are sometimes studied for their own sake, they are in the end best understood in the context of the classical questions they illuminate.
The goal of the workshop was to study new developments in algebraic geometry, with a view toward their application to the classical problems. This leads to interesting theoretical problems which can be often attacked with methods from Approximation Theory. This workshop has concentrated on the following recent topics: Learning of manifolds and the geometry of data; sparsity and dimension reduction; error analysis and algorithmic aspects, including kernel based methods for regression and classification; application of multiscale aspects and of refinement algorithms to learning.
The talks presented new methods and results that intertwine a multitude of topics such as geometry and cohomology of moduli spaces of abelian varieties, p-divisible groups and Drinfeld shtukas, p-adic Hodge theory, arithmetic intersections of cycles on Shimura varieties, Bruhat-Tits buildings, and p-adic automorphic forms.
Chestnut Hill , Kudla, Stephen S. The meeting featured presentations on some of the most fascinating recent developments in the subject, including five survey talks given by top experts, as well as reports on the progress made by graduate students and postdocs. A number of new stimulating questions were formulated during the open problem session. Ziegler, Berlin ABSTRACT Discrete Differential Geometry is a very productive research area where graph theory, analysis, integrability, and geometry interact and contribute to the construction and understanding of discrete models for differential geometric situations and structures.
The workshop highlighted advances in some new areas, like discrete exterior calculus and cluster algebras in geometry, as well as in some older ones, like discrete uniformization, polyhedral, and applications to PDE. Moscow , Goncharov, Alexander B. Louis , Sullivan, John M. Berlin , Suris, Yuri B. The activities included talks on recent achievements and breakthroughs by world renowned mathematicians as well as graduate students and postdocs.
The workshop witnessed many informal discussions between the participants, exchange of questions and conjectures and as one of the highlights an open problem session. On the one hand, steady progress is made on long-standing questions concerning minimal surfaces, curvature flows and related objects. On the other hand, new questions emerge, driven by applications to diverse areas of mathematics and science. The July Oberwolfach workshop on the Calculus of Variations witnessed the solutions of famous conjectures and the emerging of exciting new lines of research.
Einstein s equation, the focus of mathematical relativity, is one of the most fruitful nonlinear hyperbolic PDE systems under study. As well, some of the most challenging geometric analysis problems in Reimannian geometry and elliptic PDE theory arise from the study of the initial data for Einstein s equations. In addition, these studies play a crucial role in modeling the physics of astrophysical and cosmological systems.
This workshop reflected the rapid progress seen in the field in recent years, and highlighted some of the most interesting questions under study in mathematical relativity. Lectures on other topics ranged from anabelian geometry to general algebraic geometry although with number theoretic applications and to results on global Shimura varieties. Princeton , Kedlaya, Kiran S. Many of the lectures concerned questions of existence and regularity of solutions, possibly weak solutions, of these equations and somewhat simpler variants.
Petersburg , Solonnikov, Vsevolod A. Austin , Vialov, Viktor St. Relevant questions in this area include the understanding of asymptotic optimal configurations, of lattice and periodic configurations, the development of algorithmic constructions of near optimal configurations, and the application of methods in convex optimization such as linear and semidefinite programming.
Cambridge , Grabner, Peter J. Pasadena , Musin, Oleg R. Sydney , Zorii, Natalia V. Kiev By applying and extending rough paths ideas to stochastic partial differential equations, a fruitful connection was established between the stability of stochastic flows in rough path sense and the stability properties of viscosity solutions to PDEs. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together young and senior researchers with the aim to promote progress in rough path theory, the connections with partial differential equations and its applications to numerical methods.
La Jolla , Friz, Peter K. At the moment the topic of most active interaction between both areas are quantum invariants of 3-manifolds and their asymptotics. The meeting showed significant progress in the field. Special emphasis was put on the interaction of analytic and algebraic methods.
The main topic consisted of spatial random processes and their connections to statistical mechanics. The common underlying theme of the subjects discussed at the meeting is the existence of a scaling limit, i. The specific topics that have been discussed included two-dimensional and high-dimensional critical models, random graphs and various random geometric problems, such as random interlacements, polymers, etc. The workshop bolstered interactions between groups of researchers in these areas and led to interesting and fruitful exchanges of ideas.
Petersburg , Comets, Francis M. Paris , Crawford, Nicholas J. Leiden , Hilario, Marcelo R. Santiago , Rolla, Leonardo T. Accordingly, the program covered a wide range of new developments in such fields as classification of manifolds, isomorphism conjectures, geometric topology, and homotopy theory.
More specifically, we discussed progress on problems such as the Farrell-Jones conjecture, higher dimensional analogues of Harer s homological stability of automorphism groups of manifolds and new algebraic concepts for equivariant spectra, to mention just a few subjects.
It uses methods from algebra, topology, algebraic geometry and complex analysis. The workshop covered a broad spectrum of topics, showing that the field is vibrant as ever. Interesting new, as well as some older conjectures were presented. Moscow , Veys, Wim Leuven The computational solution of such problems is a very active, interdisciplinary field with close connections to optimization, control theory, differential equations, asymptotic analysis, statistics, and probability.
The focus of this workshop was on hybrid methods, model reduction, regularization in Banach spaces, and statistical approaches. Houston , Bardsley, Johnathan M. One of the first major results in the theory is Murray and von Neumann s type classification of factors, and one of its modern touchstones is the mids Connes-Haagerup classification of amenable factors with separable predual.
Several significant themes in the classification theory of norm-separable C. They include Elliott s program to classify separable nuclear C. Christopher Eugene , Putnam, Ian F. These applications include questions in Arakelov theory, p-adic differential equations, p-adic Hodge theory and the geometry of moduli spaces.
Various methods were used in combination with analytic geometry, in particular perfectoid spaces, model theory, skeleta, formal geometry and tropical geometry. The workshop focused on recent developments in various sub-areas including arithmetic complexity, Boolean complexity, communication complexity, cryptography, probabilistic proof systems, and pseudorandomness.
Many of the developments are related to diverse mathematical fields such as algebraic geometry, combinatorial number theory, probability theory, representation theory, and the theory of error-correcting codes.
Mountain View Mathematically, data assimilation is closely related to filtering and smoothing on the one hand and inverse problems and statistical inference on the other. Key challenges of data assimilation arise from the high-dimensionality of the underlying models, combined with systematic spatio-temporal model errors, pure model uncertainty quantifications and relatively sparse observation networks.
Advances in the field of data assimilation will require combination of a broad range of mathematical techniques from differential equations, statistics, probability, scientific computing and mathematical modelling, together with insights from practitioners in the field.
The workshop brought together a collection of scientists representing this broad spectrum of research strands. Coventry , Marzouk, Youssef M.
Rehovot , Toint, Philippe L. Namur , Vollmer, Sebastian Coventry High-dimensional geometry is an extremely active area of research: Bellingham , Giannopoulos, Apostolos A. Mathematical descriptions and analyses draw from a variety of fields such as partial differential equations of various types, differential and difference equations on networks and lattices, multi-particle systems, time-delayed systems, and numerical analysis.
This workshop brought together researchers from these diverse areas to bridge existing gaps and to facilitate interaction. Douglas Philadelphia , Yanchuk, Serhiy Berlin Special emphasis was given to lower Ricci curvature bounds in the sense of Lott-Villani and Sturm and to the gradient flow on metric spaces as well as to manifolds with a lower sectional curvature bound.
The interaction of PDE methods with concepts from operator theory and differential geometry is particularly challenging and leads directly to new insights and applications in various branches of pure and applied mathematics, e.
Some recent contributions in the field of boundary value problems and spectral geometry concern, e. The workshop brought leading experts in these fields together with junior researchers to provide them with the opportunity to exchange their knowledge and experience. It led to various new insights as well as promising new research collaborations.
The main focus was on topics related to symmetric spaces in order to stimulate progress in current research projects or trigger new collaboration via comparison, analogy, transfer, generalization, and unification of methods.
Raleigh , Helminck, Gerard F. The interest in this difficult and old area was recently re-invigorated by many important developments such as the hypergraph regularity lemmas, flag algebras, and stability. The purpose of this meeting was to bring together experts in this field as well as promising young mathematicians to share expertise and initiate new collaborative projects.
Many structural results of a Nichols algebra can be obtained by studying itsweyl groupoid and its homology. In the miniworkshop, introductions to and recent developments on these structures were presented and open problems were discussed.
Suciu, Boston ABSTRACT The purpose of this workshop was to bring together researchers with a common interest in the objects mentioned in the title from, respectively, the points of view of toric and tropical geometry, arrangement theory, and geometric group theory. The meeting allowed to compare closely related constructions and find some common ground within the scope of rather varied disciplinary perspectives.
Urbana , Suciu, Alexander I. Boston , Yuzvinsky, Sergey Eugene A prototypical equation is the Helmholtz equation at high wavenumbers. This has spurred the development of alternative, non-standard discretization techniques. This workshop focused on evaluating and comparing these different approaches also with a view to their applicability to more general wave propagation problems.
Quantile regression was introduced by Koenker and Bassett as a complement to least squares estimation LSE or maximum likelihood estimation MLE and leads to far-reaching extensions of classical regression analysis by estimating families of conditional quantile surfaces, which describe the relation between a one-dimensional response y and a high dimensional predictor x.
Since its introduction quantile regression has found great attraction in mathematical and applied statistics because of its natural interpretability and robustness, which yields attractive applications in such important areas as medicine, economics, engineering and environmental modeling. Although classical quantile regression theory is very well developed, the implicit definition of quantile regression still yields many new mathematical challenges such as multivariate, censored and longitudinal data, which were discussed during the workshop.
Focus topics comprised analytical investigations, numerical developments, issues in applications as well as new and future directions. Particular emphasis was put on: This was supplemented by presentations on an important special case, the almost Mathieu operator, and results showing phenomena exhibited outside the analytic category.
Over the years the methods of ergodic theory and topological dynamics have led to impressive developments in arithmetic combinatorics and Ramsey theory.
Furstenberg s original approach has been enhanced with several deep structural results. Several novel techniques have been developed and opened new vistas that led to new deep results. These methods have also facilitated the recent progress on patterns in primes. The field of ergodic theory has tremendously benefited. The aim of the Arbeitsgemeinschaft was to introduce young researchers with various backgrounds to the multifaceted and mutually perpetuating connections between ergodic theory, topological dynamics, combinatorics, and number theory.
The surgery theory of manifolds addresses two fundamental questions on the relationship between the topology and the homotopy theory of manifolds: Surgery theory arises out of a delicate combination of sophisticated techniques in both algebra and geometry. The aim of this seminar was to explain these techniques and their interaction.
This means that classical statistical methods cannot be applied directly, and one needs a certain amount of complexity regularization to avoid overfitting.
In the last decade, it has been shown that by using l1-type regularization methods, one can obtain computationally feasible algorithms, good and optimal theoretical properties, and practically meaningful results in the analysis of complex high-dimensional data.
In this seminar, we discussed this popular and widely used l1-approach, and some of its nephews such as boosting and thresholding. Our goal was to provide an overview of the recent methodology, theory and computational aspects, with an emphasis on the Lasso and its extensions.
It includes problems ranging from applied sciences to physics and even to algebraic geometry. Despite encompassing a large class of equations, there are recurrent themes: In the seminar we pursued different coordinated threads: The goal of these lectures was to introduce the problems and equations, and to describe an array of ideas and techniques used in their study, leading up to the current results and open problems.
Recently, a new version of the method was introduced, which works over fields rather than over rings and turns out to be more suitable for applications in other areas of algebra. In particular, it can be applied to prove local-global principles for homogeneous spaces of linear algebraic groups over function fields of arithmetic curves; this in turn has consequences for quadratic forms and central simple algebras.
It is expected that the method will have many more applications, and thus should be of interest to people starting a career in algebra and related areas. The seminar will provided an introduction to the following relevant areas: Linear algebraic groups and homogeneous spaces, arithmetic curves, patching, quadratic forms and field invariants.
They can be regarded as a systematic approach to divide and conquer. The basic idea is to decompose the underlying solution space into smaller subspaces and then compute corrections of a given iterate by solving local problems on these subspaces. Since the early ninties, subspace correction has been developed into a general framework for the analysis and development of multigrid and domain decomposition methods for large scale, nonlinear and non smooth problems arising in practical applications.
In the seminar we first provided a sound theoretical basis of subspace correction methods and finally reported on recent developments in biomechanics, material science and industry.
Algorithms for working with them are accordingly of critical importance to both the theoretically and the practically inclined researcher.
The emphasis of the seminar was on those algorithmic questions that are of genuine mathematical interest and seriously challenge our understanding.
Part of the course addressed the efficient construction of standard models for finite fields, for potential use in computer algebra systems. Another part was concerned with the construction of elliptic curves over finite fields with given properties, as suggested by requirements from cryptography. The algorithms used for these purposes draw upon a surprisingly broad range of mathematical techniques, including class field theory and the classical theory of complex multiplication.
Benson, David J. Aberdeen Iyengar, Srikanth B. Birmingham Rowley, Peter J. Moskow Mel nyk, Taras A. Kiev The following researchers attended the Research in Pairs Programme in Krause, S. Iyengar, D. Benson D. Ploog, L. Hille O. Teschke, H. Kurke R. Boltje, S.
Danz D. Kressner, C. Lubich, N. Guglielmi L. Walk N. Greenberg, D. Turetsky, A. Kucera, L. Bienvenu, A. Nies H. Markwig, A. Bertram, R. Cavalieri Hoppe, M. Hinze, M. Rowley, C. Parker Y. Drozd, I. Burban A. Fan, J. Schmeling, S. Seurat K. Morris, H. Zwart, B. Jacob C. Kassel, E. Aljadeff A. Ulanovskii, A. Olevskii G. Falcone, K. Strambach Chechkin, T. Mel nyk V. Manturov, L. Kauffman A. Schilling, M. Shimozono, S. Naito, C. Lenart G. Leuschke, M. Buchweitz G.
Walsh, S. Boyer, M. Boileau, R. Cebanu J. Qiu, J. Jang, F. Tibai, A. Parameswaran N. Mnev, G. Sharygin Su, A. Papadopulos, L. Liu, D. Alessandrini G. Knieper, N. Peyerimhoff J. Scheurle, S. Walcher M. Neufang, A. Skalski, P. Salmi, N. Spronk A. Berenstein, V. Retakh L. Hille, R. Buchweitz B. Speh, T. Kobayashi T. Hack, A. Schenkel Geiges, S. Onaran B. Martin, G. Bate, S. Herpel 2. Chrusciel P. Royston, W. Sauerbrei E.
Lindenstrauss Kienzler D. Leep R. Lauterbach, R. Gunesch S. Klaus, S. Beginning in the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach MFO has set up a new programme for postdoctoral researchers.
This programme is supported by the Leibniz- Gemeinschaft. The focus of this programme is to support outstanding young mathematical researchers in the realization of their own research projects during an important period of their scientific career. The MFO offers undisturbed working conditions with an excellent infrastructure embedded in an international environment.
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