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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.

Anatol Rapoport Prize for opinion polarization model (24.09.2020)

Congratulations to Sven Banisch and Eckehard Olbrich. They have been awarded this year's Anatol Rapoport Prize by the German Society for Sociology for their research on the influence of social feedback on opinion polarization. The prize is awarded every two years by the section „Modellbildung und Simulation“ (DGS-ModSim) for original sociological work in the field of modeling and simulation.

Anatol Rapoport was an American mathematical psychologist. He contributed to general systems theory, mathematical biology, the mathematical modeling of social interaction and stochastic models of contagion.

Discover how opinion polarization in networks propagates via social feedback in this interactive online model and read our previous news on the role of social feedback in opinion polarization.


Open positions in Structure of Evolution (23.09.2020)

The Smerlak group Structure of Evolution is looking to fill two positions to expand their research on

Calendar





Welcome

  • Daniele Agostini (01.10.)
  • Rida Ait El Manssour (01.10.)
  • Marie-Charlotte Brandenburg (01.10.)
  • Georgiana Chatzigeorgiou (01.10.)
  • Simon Telen (01.10.)
  • Areejit Samal (29.09.)
  • Jonas Wahl (28.09.)
  • Chiara Meroni (27.09.)
  • Fabio Di Nocera (22.09.)
  • Lorenz Schwachhöfer (21.09.)

more information >>>

Recent results

  • Hollands, S. and V. Toomani: On the radiation gauge for spin-1 perturbations in Kerr-Newman spacetime. [link]
  • Samal, A. ; Pharasi, H. K. ; Ramaia, S. J. ; Kannan, H. ; Saucan, E. ; Jost, J. and A. Chakraborti: Network geometry and market instability. [link]
  • Jin, Z. ; Li-Jost, X. ; Fei, S. and C. Qiao: Quantum coherence bounds the distributed discords. [link]
  • Ran, S. ; Sun, Z. ; Fei, S. ; Su, G. and M. Lewenstein: Tensor network compressed sensing with unsupervised machine learning. [link]
  • Boege, T. ; Coons, J. I. ; Eur, C. ; Maraj, A. and F. Röttger: Reciprocal maximum likelihood degrees of Brownian motion tree models. [link]
  • Carron, G. and C. Rose: Geometric and spectral estimates based on spectral Ricci curvature assumptions. [link]
  • Yaroslavtsev, I. : Burkholder-Davis-Gundy inequalities in UMD Banach spaces. [link]
  • Gubinelli, M. and N. Perkowski: The infinitesimal generator of the stochastic Burgers equation. [link]
  • Diez, T. and G. Rudolph: Singular symplectic cotangent bundle reduction of gauge field theory. [link]
  • Vilimelis Aceituno, P. ; Gang, Y. and Y. Liu: Tailoring echo state networks for optimal learning. [link]
  • Kaihnsa, N. ; Ren, Y. ; Safey El Din, M. and J. W. R. Martini: Cooperativity, absolute interaction, and algebraic optimization. [link]
  • Breiding, P. and O. Marigliano: Random points on an algebraic manifold. [link]
  • more recent papers >>>


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