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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.


  • 11.11 - 13.11.2019: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Meeting:
    Buildings, Varieties, and Applications
  • 12.11.2019, 15:15, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), Marcin Mider:
    Bayesian inference for diffusion processes (see abstract)
  • 12.11.2019, 15:15, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Alexey Bufetov:
    Color-position symmetry in interacting particle systems (see abstract)
  • 12.11.2019, 16:45, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), François Marie Moukam Kakmeni:
    Informational code structures in the improved soliton model for biomembrane and nerves (see abstract)
  • 12.11.2019, 17:00, room: Universität Leipzig, Hörsaal für Theoretische Physik, Christian Glattli:
    Levitons: on-demand electrons for Electron Quantum Optics (see abstract)
  • 13.11.2019, 11:00, room: Universität Leipzig, Augusteum - A 520, Christian Rose:
    Recent developments for Kato type Ricci curvature conditions (see abstract)
  • 13.11.2019, 13:30, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Daniel Peterseim:
    Introduction to numerical homogenization of PDEs with arbitrary rough coefficients (see abstract)
  • 14.11.2019, 11:00, room: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Kathlén Kohn:
    The geometry of neural networks (see abstract)
  • 15.11.2019, 11:00, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Yash Jhaveri:
    On the (in)stability of the identity map in optimal transportation (see abstract)
  • 25.11 - 27.11.2019: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Conference:
    Developments in the Mathematical Sciences 2019
    DIMS 2019
  • 03.12.2019: E1 05 (Leibniz-Saal), Workshop:
    Mathematical Software Day


  • Kathlén Kohn (11.11.)
  • Yash Jhaveri (10.11.)
  • Leon Zhang (05.11.)
  • Gheorghe Craciun (03.11.)

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Recent results

  • Geiß, M. ; Stadler, P. F. and M. Hellmuth: Reciprocal best match graphs. [link]
  • Jost, J. ; Mulas, R. and F. Münch: Spectral gap of the largest eigenvalue of the normalized graph Laplacian. [link]
  • Ciaglia, F. M. ; Di Cosmo, F. ; Ibort, A. and G. Marmo: Descriptions of relativistic dynamics with world line condition. [link]
  • Fehrman, B. J. and B. Gess: Large deviations for conservative stochastic PDE and non-equilibrium fluctuations. [link]
  • Arbel, M. ; Gretton, A. ; Li, W. and G. Montúfar: Kernelized Wasserstein natural gradient. [link]
  • Restrepo, G. : Challenges for the periodic systems of elements : chemical, historical and mathematical perspectives. [link]
  • Jost, J. and R. Mulas: Cheeger-like inequalities for the largest eigenvalue of the graph Laplace operator. [link]
  • Schulz, S. ; Boyer, S. ; Smerlak, M. ; Cocco, S. ; Monasson, R. ; Nizak, C. and O. Rivoire: Parameters and determinants of responses to selection in antibody libraries. [link]
  • Sorea, M. : Permutations encoding the local shape of level curves of real polynomials via generic projections. [link]
  • Gess, B. and P. Tsatsoulis: Synchronisation by noise for the stochastic quantisation equation in dimensions \(2\) and \(3\). [link]
  • Ciaglia, F. M. ; Di Cosmo, F. ; Marmo, G. and L. Schiavone: Evolutionary equations and constraints : Maxwell equations. [link]
  • Ciaglia, F. M. ; Marmo, G. and L. Schiavone: From classical trajectories to quantum commutation relations. [link]
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