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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.

Successful autumn (02.12.2020)

During the last weeks, our IMPRS students Tim Seynnaeve, Paul Görlach, Konstantinos Zemas and Orlando Marigliano successfully defended their dissertations at the University of Leipzig. We are very proud and happy that all of them already left us for attractive academic Postdoc positions. Congratulations!

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Wolfgang Hackbusch receives most highly endowed prize for Mathematics in Germany (27.11.20)

The Carl Friedrich von Siemens foundation awards director emeritus Wolfgang Hackbusch of the MPI MiS the Heinz Gumin prize for mathematics. The foundation distinguishes his pioneering contributions to numerical mathematics especially regarding the progress on H-matrices and hierarchical tensors.

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Recent results

  • Dye, S. ; Kohn, K. ; Rydell, F. and R. Sinn: Maximum likelihood estimation for nets of conics. [link]
  • Eur, C. ; Fife, T. ; Samper, J. A. and T. Seynnaeve: Reciprocal maximum likelihood degrees of diagonal linear concentration models. [link]
  • Jiang, Y. ; Kohn, K. and R. Winter: Linear spaces of symmetric matrices with non-maximal maximum likelihood degree. [link]
  • Hollands, S. and V. Toomani: On the radiation gauge for spin-1 perturbations in Kerr-Newman spacetime. [link]
  • Kazmin, S. and W. Janke: Critical exponent \(v\) of the Ising model in three dimensions with long-range correlated site disorder analyzed with Monte Carlo techniques. [link]
  • Rezagholi, S. : Subshifts on infinite alphabets and their entropy. [link]
  • Colmenarejo, L. and R. Preiß: Signatures of paths transformed by polynomial maps. [link]
  • Agafonova, Y. ; Tikhonov, A. and I. P. Yamshchikov: Paranoid transformer : reading narrative of madness as computational approach to creativity. [link]
  • Brysiewicz, T. ; Kozhasov, K. and M. Kummer: Nodes on quintic spectrahedra. [link]
  • Ay, N. : On the locality of the natural gradient for learning in deep Bayesian networks. [link]
  • Ciaglia, F. M. ; Di Cosmo, F. ; Ibort, A. and G. Marmo: Evolution of classical and quantum states in the groupoid picture of quantum mechanics. [link]
  • Bik, A. ; Danelon, A. and J. Draisma: Topological Noetherianity of polynomial functors II : base rings with Noetherian spectrum. [link]
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