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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.

Research Spotlight — Putting current research center stage (28.05.2021 | Last update 17.06.2021)

Our institute represents a great variety of research topics that affect current developments both within the natural sciences as well as social and economic life. In our column Research Spotlight MiS scientists are presenting key ideas and giving insights into recent developments of their research in a short video format.

The most recent spotlights discuss singular stochastic partial differential equations and scattering equations from particle physics and are presented by Pavlos Tsatsoulis and Simon Telen.


25 years of MiS - Annual highlights (16.06.2021)

The Max Planck Society unites a broadly diversified scientific universe, each year it presents an report on its activities across the research spectrum. In this episode of our 25 years of MiS column, we present our contributions to the MPG yearbook.

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Welcome

  • Yassine El Maazouz (18.06.)
  • Hana Melánová (17.06.)
  • Charles Wang (13.06.)
  • Katalin Berlow (08.06.)

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Recent results

  • Smerlak, M.: Convergence without resummation : an iterative approach to perturbative eigenvalue problems. [link]
  • Uschmajew, A. and B. Vandereycken: A note on the optimal convergence rate of descent methods with fixed step sizes for smooth strongly convex functions. [link]
  • Schaller, D. ; Geiß, M. ; Hellmuth, M. and P. F. Stadler: Arc-completion of 2-colored best match graphs to binary-explainable best match graphs. [link]
  • Jost, J. and D. Zhang: Discrete-to-continuous extensions, III : piecewise multilinear extension, min-max theory and spectral theory. [link]
  • Jost, J. and D. Zhang: Discrete-to-continuous extensions, II : Lovász extension, optimizations and eigenvalue problems. [link]
  • Hoffmann, A. ; Erber, L. ; Betat, H. ; Stadler, P. F. ; Mörl, M. and J. Fallmann: Changes of the tRNA modification pattern during the development of Dictyostelium discoideum. [link]
  • Luckhaus, S. and K. Zemas: Rigidity estimates for isometric and conformal maps from \(\mathbb{S}^{n-1}\) to \(\mathbb{R}^{n}\). [link]
  • Jost, J.: From linear to convex. [link]
  • Heaton, A. ; Sriwongsa, S. and J. F. Willenbring: Branching from the general linear group to the symmetric group and the principal embedding. [link]
  • Lim, L.-H. ; Michałek, M. and Y. Qi: Best \(k\)-layer neural network approximations. [link]
  • Jost, J.: Biology, geometry and information. [link]
  • Salahshour, M. and S. Rouhani: Collective movement and collective information acquisition with signaling. [link]
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