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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 — André Uschmajew (25.11.2022)

In October, our former research group leader André Uschmajew moved to the University of Augsburg, where he took over the chair of Mathematical Data Science. We would like to congratulate him and wish him all the best in his new position.

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Interview with our Director em. Wolfgang Hackbusch (20.11.2022)

24 years ago, Professor for mathematics at the University of Kiel Wolfgang Hackbusch was appointed Scientific Member of the Max Planck Society and Director of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences. In an interview with our former research group leader Prof. André Uschmajew, he shares his very personal thoughts on his intensive time at our institute, the field of mathematics and the future of science.

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  • Chiranjib Mukherjee (28.11.)
  • Balázs Maga (27.11.)
  • Hendrik Weber (27.11.)
  • Govind Menon (26.11.)
  • Bogdan Raita (25.11.)

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Recent results

  • Bartoli, D. ; Marino, G. ; Neri, A. and L. Vicino: Exceptional scattered sequences. [link]
  • Gassiat, P. ; Gess, B. ; Lions, P.-L. and P. E. Souganidis: Long-time behaviour of stochastic Hamilton-Jacobi equations. [link]
  • Sorella, M. and R. Tione: The four-state problem and convex integration for linear differential operators. [link]
  • Teguia Tabuguia, B. and W. Koepf: FPS in action : an easy way to find explicit formulas for interlaced hypergeometric sequences. [link]
  • Mescher, S. and M. Stegemeyer: Geodesic complexity via fibered decompositions of cut loci. [link]
  • Boege, T. ; Fritze, R. ; Görgen, C. ; Hanselman, J. ; Iglezakis, D. ; Kastner, L. ; Koprucki, T. ; Krause, T. ; Lehrenfeld, C. ; Polla, S. ; Reidelbach, M. ; Riedel, C. ; Saak, J. ; Schembera, B. ; Tabelow, K. and M. Weber: Research-data management planning in the German mathematical community. [link]
  • Kenmoe, M. ; Kriemann, R. ; Smerlak, M. and A. Zadorin: A fast iterative algorithm for near-diagonal eigenvalue problems. [link]
  • Murray, M. ; Jin, H. ; Bowman, B. and G. Montúfar: Characterizing the spectrum of the NTK via a power series expansion. [link]
  • Dressler, M. ; Garrote-López, M. ; Montúfar, G. ; Rose, K. and J. Müller: Algebraic optimization of sequential decision problems. [link]
  • Limonchenko, I. ; Monin, L. and A. Khovanskii: Generalized virtual polytopes and quasitoric manifolds [Translation from Tr. Mat. Inst. Steklova 318, 139-165 (2022)]. [link]
  • Khoromskij, B. N. and V. Khoromskaia: Fast solution of three-dimensional elliptic equations with randomly generated jumping coefficients by using tensor-structured preconditioners. [link]
  • Vejdemo-Johansson, M. and S. Mukherjee: Multiple hypothesis testing with persistent homology. [link]
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