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Welcome to the MPI MiS

Fundamental questions arising from natural and engineering sciences and economics have always inspired mathematicians to search for new mathematical structures and methods. The interaction between mathematics and the sciences forms the central point of research at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (MiS) in Leipzig.

Interview with Lisa Sauermann (19.09.2022)

Our group leader Raffaella Mulas had the chance to talk to MIT professor Lisa Sauermann about her work in combinatorics and her passion for mathematics.

Read the interview for European Women in Mathematics (EWM) >>>


  • 28.09.2022, 14:00, room: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Alexander Black:
    Torus Orbits in Full Flag Varieties (see abstract)
  • 04.10.2022, 13:30, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Bernd Sturmfels:
    Four-dimensional Lie algebras revisited (see abstract)
  • 04.10.2022, 15:15, room: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Patrik Ferrari:
    Space-time correlations in the KPZ universality class (see abstract)
  • 05.10.2022, 14:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Dmitrii Pavlov:
    Realizing differential-algebraic equations by rational dynamical systems (see abstract)
  • 05.10.2022, 15:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Raúl Penaguião:
    Computing degrees of Bergman Fans in a funny way (see abstract)
  • 06.10.2022, 17:00, only video broadcast (please register), Felix Dietrich:
    to be announced (see abstract)
  • 07.10.2022, 15:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal) + video broadcast, Katharine Turner:
    to be announced (see abstract)
  • 11.10.2022, 14:00, room: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Thorsten Theobald:
    Sublinear circuits and constrained signomial optimization (see abstract)
  • 11.10.2022, 15:00, room: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Elias Wirth:
    Learning Guarantees for Approximate Vanishing Ideal Computations (see abstract)
  • 28.11 - 30.11.2022: MPI MiS (E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal)), Meeting:
    Pfaffians, Tensors, and Applications


  • Marta Panizzut (27.09.)
  • Alexander Black (25.09.)
  • Jesús De Loera (25.09.)
  • Simon Telen (25.09.)
  • Nicolas Dirr (20.09.)
  • Mimi Dai (19.09.)
  • Eliana Maria Duarte Gelvez (19.09.)

more information >>>

Recent results

  • Combe, N. and A. Kalugin: Hidden symmetries of the Grothendieck-Teichmüller group. [link]
  • Bran, A. M. ; Stadler, P. F. ; Jost, J. and G. Restrepo: Periodic system converges and is affected by wars. [link]
  • Jost, J. ; Sun, L. and J. Zhu: Dirac-harmonic maps with trivial index. [link]
  • Kühne, L. and L. Monin: Faces of cosmological polytopes. [link]
  • Hollands, S.: GGI lectures on entropy, operator algebras and black holes. [link]
  • García-Lucas, D. ; del Río, #. and M. Stanojkovski: On group invariants determined by modular group algebras : even versus odd characteristic. [link]
  • Jost, J. ; Mulas, R. and F. Münch: Spectral gap of the largest eigenvalue of the normalized graph Laplacian. [link]
  • Linares, P.: On a tree-free approach to regularity structures for quasi-linear stochastic partial differential equations. [link]
  • Gaisbauer, F.: Voice and silence in public debate: Modelling and observing collective opinion expression online. [link]
  • Eikemeier, C.: Asymptotics of Hecke operators for quasi-split simple groups. [link]
  • Hollering, B. ; Johnson, J. ; Portakal, I. and L. Solus: Toric ideals of characteristic imsets via quasi-independence gluing. [link]
  • Dettling, P. ; Homs, R. ; Améndola, C. ; Drton, M. and N. R. Hansen: Identifiability in continuous Lyapunov models. [link]
  • more recent papers >>>

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