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The library of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences is offering its services mainly to the institute’s scientists. Of course, it is open to all interested visitors.

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Enjoy the benefits of an excellent and inspiring research environment and a dedicated library team inclucing our young talents.

            

Ingo Brüggemann
Head of Library

Britta Schneemann
Librarian

Katarzyna Baier
Librarian


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Our library regularly trains “specialists for media and information services specializing in librarianship”. Find more information here.

For 2017 our trainee positions are already filled. Please refrain from applying.

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New Institute Publications

20.07.2017

Journal Articles

Khoromskaia, V. and B. N. Khoromskij: Block circulant and Toeplitz structures in the linearized Hartree-Fock equation on finite lattices : tensor approach. Computational methods in applied mathematics, 17 (2017) 3, p. 431-455 MIS-Preprint: 12/2017[DOI][ARXIV]

Khoromskij, B. N. and S. Repin: Rank structured approximation method for quasi-periodic elliptic problems. Computational methods in applied mathematics, 17 (2017) 3, p. 457-477 MIS-Preprint: 10/2017[DOI][ARXIV]

Matveev, R. and J. W. Portegies: Intrinsic flat and Gromov-Hausdorff convergence of manifolds with Ricci curvature bounded below. The journal of geometric analysis, 27 (2017) 3, p. 1855-1873[DOI][ARXIV]

Yazbeck, A. M. ; Tout, K. ; Stadler, P. F. and J. Hertel: Towards a consistent, quantitative evaluation of microRNA evolution. Journal of integrative bioinformatics, 14 (2017) 1, 20160013[DOI]

Indrischek, H. ; Prohaska, S. J. ; Gurevich, V. V. ; Gurevich, E. V. and P. F. Stadler: Uncovering missing pieces : duplication and deletion history of arrestins in deuterostomes. BMC evolutionary biology, 17 (2017), 163[DOI]

Kanwal, M. S. ; Grochow, J. A. and N. Ay: Comparing information-theoretic measures of complexity in Boltzmann machines. Entropy, 19 (2017) 7, 310[DOI][ARXIV]

Kohn, K. ; Sturmfels, B. and M. Trager: Changing views on curves and surfaces. Acta mathematica Vietnamica, Vol. not yet known, pp. not yet known MIS-Preprint: 39/2017[ARXIV]

Weber, M. ; Stelzer, J. ; Saucan, E. ; Naitsat, A. ; Lohmann, G. and J. Jost: Curvature-based analysis of connectivity structure in brain networks. Network neuroscience, Vol. not yet known, pp. not yet known[ARXIV]

Olbrich, E. ; Rusterholz, T. ; LeBourgeois, M. K. and P. Achermann: Developmental changes in sleep oscillations during early childhood. Neural plasticity, 2017 (2017), 6160959[DOI]

Seigal, A. and B. Sturmfels: Real rank two geometry. Journal of algebra, 484 (2017), p. 310-333[DOI][ARXIV]

Publications in Books and Conference Proceedings

Andersen, J. L. ; Flamm, C. ; Merkle, D. and P. F. Stadler: Chemical graph transformation with stereo-information. Graph transformation : 10th international conference, ICGT 2017, held as part of STAF 2017, Marburg, Germany, July 18-19, 2017, proceedings / J. de Lara... (eds.).Springer, 2017. - P. 54-69 (Lecture notes in computer science ; 10373) [DOI]

Tikhonov, A. and I. P. Yamshchikov: Music generation with variational recurrent autoencoder supported by history. 13th international symposium on computer music multidisciplinary research (CMMR), Matosinhos, Porto between 25-28th Sptember 2017, revised selected papers (Lecture notes in computer science) [ARXIV]

Atay, F. M. and D. Irofti: A delayed consensus algorithm in networks of anticipatory agents. 2016 European Control Conference (ECC) ; Aalborg, Denmark, June 29-July 1, 2016IEEE, 2016. - P. 1880-1885 MIS-Preprint: 72/2015[DOI]

Preprints

Huszar, A. ; Marcus, S. and M. Ulirsch: Clutching and gluing in tropical and logarithmic geometry. MIS-Preprint: 41/2017[ARXIV]

Academic Theses

Horstmeyer, L. : Towards a geometric theory of exact lumpability. Dissertation, Universität Leipzig, 2017[FREELINK]

Laux, T. B. : Convergence of phase-field models and thresholding schemes via the gradient flow structure of multi-phase mean-curvature flow. Dissertation, Universität Leipzig, 2017[FREELINK]
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