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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.

Future proof - Career step towards Portugal for Eliana Duarte (05.03.2021)

A big step in her scientific career awaits our former postdoc Eliana Maria Duarte Gelvez. In Portugal, she was able to acquire one of five highly coveted fellowships in the field of mathematics and computer science. This now gives her the opportunity to continue her research in the field of algebraic geometry at a host institution of her choice - the Centro de Matemática of the Universidade do Porto.

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Research brief on the magnetization ripple (03.03.2021)

Tobias Ried and Pavlos Tsatsoulis, who work in the Otto group on stochastic quantisation and singular SPDEs among other things have just published a new research brief on the the magnetization ripple. They describe the basics of the micromagnetic model and explain the mathematics of the 'universality' in the structural pattern. 

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  • Camilla Nobili (07.03.)

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Recent results

  • Eisenmann, H. ; Krahmer, F. ; Pfeffer, M. and A. Uschmajew: Riemannian thresholding methods for row-sparse and low-rank matrix recovery. [link]
  • Combe, N. ; Combe, P. and H. Nencka: Frobenius Statistical manifolds, geometric invariants and hidden symmetries. [link]
  • Salahshour, M.: Freedom to choose between public resources promotes cooperation. [link]
  • Krumnow, C. ; Pfeffer, M. and A. Uschmajew: Computing eigenspaces with low rank constraints. [link]
  • Dominguez, A. C. and C. Sevenheck: Irregular Hodge filtration of some confluent hypergeometric systems. [link]
  • Görlach, P.: Projective geometry, toric algebra and tropical computations. [link]
  • Zemas, K.: Geometric rigidity estimates for isometric and conformal maps from \(\mathbb{S}^{n-1}\) to \(\mathbb{R}^{n}\). [link]
  • Marigliano, O.: The algebraic statistics of sampling, likelihood, and regression. [link]
  • Salahshour, M.: Evolution of cooperation in costly institutes. [link]
  • Ender, A. ; Etzel, M. ; Hammer, S. ; Findeiß, S. ; Stadler, P. F. and M. Mörl: Ligand-dependent tRNA processing by a rationally designed RNase P riboswitch. [link]
  • Chen, B. and S.-M. Fei: Complementary measurement-induced quantum uncertainty based on metric adjusted skew information. [link]
  • Smerlak, M.: Quasi-species evolution maximizes genotypic reproductive value (not fitness or flatness). [link]
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