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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.

Calendar

  • 13.12.2019, 11:00, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Jan Burczak:
    Global existence vs. finite-time blowup in chemotaxis models (see abstract)
  • 17.12.2019, 11:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Manfred Droste:
    Weighted automata and quantitative logics (see abstract)
  • 17.12.2019, 15:15, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Lutz Warnke:
    The phase transition in the random d-process (see abstract)
  • 17.12.2019, 17:00, room: Universität Leipzig, Hörsaal für Theoretische Physik, Joachim Peinke:
    Wind Energy. A physicist’s point of view
  • 18.12.2019, 11:00, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Lauro Morales:
    Some Results on quasiconvex hull for a n-well problem in 2D under Geometrically Linear Elastic regime (see abstract)
  • 07.01.2020, 15:15, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), Mark Kirstein:
    The Advent of Ergodicity Economics. An Overview of (Some) Results. (see abstract)
  • 08.01.2020, 11:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Robin van der Veer:
    The maximum likelihood locus and Bernstein-Sato ideals (see abstract)
  • 14.01.2020, 15:15, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), Sharwin Rezagholi:
    to be announced
  • 14.01.2020, 16:45, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), Aleksander Klimek:
    to be announced
  • 30.03 - 03.04.2020: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Conference:
    Spring School on Mathematical Statistics

Welcome

  • Marta Panizzut (12.12.)
  • María Angélica Cueto (11.12.)
  • Roser Homs Pons (11.12.)
  • Tatsuya Miura (10.12.)
  • Michael Goldman (09.12.)
  • Martin Huesmann (09.12.)
  • Léo Mathis (09.12.)
  • Naihuan Jing (06.12.)
  • Alessio D'Alì (04.12.)
  • Yann Brenier (03.12.)

more information >>>


Recent results

  • Tsatsoulis, P. and H. Weber: Exponential loss of memory for the 2-dimensional Allen-Cahn equation with small noise. [link]
  • Josien, M. and C. Raithel: Quantitative homogenization for the case of an interface between two heterogeneous media. [link]
  • Restrepo, G. : Compounds bring back chemistry to the system of chemical elements. [link]
  • Seemann, J. I. and G. Restrepo: The mutation of the ''Nobel Prize in Chemistry'' into the ''Nobel Prize in Chemistry or Life Sciences'' : several decades of transparent and opaque evidence of change within the Nobel Prize program. [link]
  • Celik, T. O. : Thomae-Weber formula : algebraic computations of theta constants. [link]
  • Tolksdorf, J. and R. Verch: The D-CTC condition is generically fulfilled in classical (non-quantum) statistical systems. [link]
  • Leal, W. ; Eidi, M. and J. Jost: Curvature-based analysis of directed hypernetworks. [link]
  • Jensen, A. ; Ren, Y. and H. Schönemann: The gfanlib interface in Singular and its applications. [link]
  • Guerra, A. and B. Raiţă: Quasiconvexity, null Lagrangians, and Hardy space integrability under constant rank constraints. [link]
  • Raiţă, B. and D. Spector: A note on estimates for elliptic systems with \(L^1\) data. [link]
  • Dirksen, S. and I. Yaroslavtsev: \(L^q\)-valued Burkholder-Rosenthal inequalities and sharp estimates for stochastic integrals. [link]
  • Llanos, E. J. ; Leal, W. ; Bernal, A. ; Restrepo, G. ; Jost, J. and P. F. Stadler: A network model of the chemical space provides similarity structure to the system of chemical elements. [link]
  • more recent papers >>>


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