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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.

Lukas Geuter honored with DMV scholarship to study the dynamics of active systems (19.02.2020)

We would like to give a warm welcome to Lukas Geuter from TU Berlin. Lukas was awarded a study visit scholarship by the German Mathematical Society (DMV) last year. He is in the first year of his PhD and studies the mathematical properties of active systems. During his four week stay in the group of Felix Otto he plans to gain insights into the existence, uniqueness and regularity of solutions for systems of complex fluids and microswimmer suspensions.

This year's DMV student conference (StuKon 2020) will be held at our institute on July 16-17 and offers recent graduates of the mathematical sciences an overview of job perspectives in the field.

Calendar

  • 26.02.2020, 11:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Timothy Duff:
    Finding, solving, and simplifying minimal problems in computer vision (see abstract)
  • 27.02.2020, 11:00, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Thilo Martin Simon:
    Skyrmions and stability of degree ±1 harmonic maps from the plane tothe two-dimensional sphere (see abstract)
  • 27.02.2020, 15:15, room: A3 02 (Leon-Lichtenstein-SR), Andrei Romashchenko:
    Mutual information in algorithmic information theory (see abstract)
  • 28.02.2020, 10:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Anastassia M. Makarieva:
    Biotic regulation of the environment (see abstract)
  • 28.02.2020, 11:00, room: A3 01 (Sophus-Lie-SR), Angkana Rüland:
    On instability results in inverse problems (see abstract)
  • 02.03.2020, 15:30, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Yusu Wang:
    to be announced
  • 04.03.2020, 11:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Matías Bender:
    Solving sparse polynomial systems by computing Gröbner bases faster (see abstract)
  • 11.03.2020, 11:00, room: G3 10 (Hörsaal), Frank Sottile:
    Galois groups in Enumerative Geometry and Applications (see abstract)
  • 30.03 - 03.04.2020, Conference:
    Spring School on Mathematical Statistics
  • 04.05 - 06.05.2020, Conference:
    Chow Lectures

Welcome

  • Pierre Bréchet (26.02.)
  • Markus Bachmayr (25.02.)
  • Nicolai Foss (25.02.)
  • Alberto Enciso (24.02.)
  • Lou Kondic (24.02.)
  • Michal Lason (23.02.)
  • Thilo Martin Simon (23.02.)
  • Mohammad Salahshour Mehmandoust Olia (22.02.)
  • Jacobus Willem Portegies (21.02.)
  • Andrei Romashchenko (20.02.)
  • Ralph Morrison (19.02.)
  • Gheorghe Craciun (16.02.)
  • Giovanni Di Fratta (16.02.)
  • Lukas Geuter (16.02.)

more information >>>


Recent results

  • Bruned, Y. ; Chevyrev, I. ; Friz, P. K. and R. Preiß: A rough path perspective on renormalization. [link]
  • Feliu, E. ; Kaihnsa, N. ; de Wolff, T. and O. Yürük: The kinetic space of multistationarity in dual phosphorylation. [link]
  • Frohmader, A. and A. Heaton: Epsilon local rigidity and numerical algebraic geometry. [link]
  • Berkemer, S. : Towards dynamic programming on generalized data structures and applications of dynamic programming in bioinformatics.
  • Banerjee, P. K. : Unique information and the Blackwell order.
  • Dey, P. ; Görlach, P. and N. Kaihnsa: Coordinate-wise powers of algebraic varieties. [link]
  • Berman, Y. and M. Kirstein: Risk preferences in time lotteries. [link]
  • Otto, F. and V. Šverák: Editorial. [link]
  • Witkowski, O. ; Ikegami, T. ; Virgo, N. ; Oka, M. and H. Iizuka: Artificial life : next generation perspectives - echoes from the 2018 conference in Tokyo. [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]
  • Taslimitehrani, M. and J. Zahn: Background independence in gauge theories. [link]
  • Winklmayr, C. : The wisdom of stalemates: consensus and clustering as filtering mechanisms for improving collective accuracy. [link]
  • more recent papers >>>


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