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We have one goal: To provide one of the world's best mathematics libraries.

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.

For institute members:For visitors:
  • access the library website and our licensed eResources via https://ezproxy.mis.mpg.de/login
  • register with us and get your library card in the E3 section during office hours
  • use the library and borrow books during the institute’s opening hours: 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.
  • contact the reception to use the library and its services during office hours
    (Inselstraße 22, 3rd floor)
  • unfortunately, the books can only be used inside the library

Office hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Don’t hesitate to contact us: library[at]mis.mpg.de


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

Ingo Brüggemann
Head of Library

Britta Schneemann
Librarian

Katarzyna Baier
Librarian


Vocational training

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

All our trainee positions are currently filled. We ask you to please refrain from applying.

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New Institute Publications

01.06.2018

Journal Articles

Kahle, T. and M. Michałek: Obstructions to combinatorial formulas for plethysm. The electronic journal of combinatorics, 25 (2018) 1, P1.41[ARXIV][FREELINK]

Punshon-Smith, S. and S. A. Smith: On the Boltzmann equation with stochastic kinetic transport : global existence of renormalized Martingale solutions. Archive for rational mechanics and analysis, 229 (2018) 2, p. 627-708[DOI][ARXIV]

Weber, M. ; Saucan, E. and J. Jost: Coarse geometry of evolving networks. Journal of complex networks, Vol. not yet known, pp. not yet known MIS-Preprint: 71/2016[DOI]

Waldl, M. ; Thiel, B. C. ; Ochsenreiter, R. ; Holzenleiter, A. ; Oliveira, J. V. ; Walter, M. Emilia M. T. ; Wolfinger, M. T. and P. F. Stadler: TERribly difficult : searching for Telomerase RNAs in Saccharomycetes. Genes, Vol. not yet known, pp. not yet known[ARXIV]

Liu, X. : A zonotope and a product of two simplices with disconnected flip graphs. Discrete and computational geometry, 59 (2018) 4, p. 510-842[DOI][ARXIV]

Preprints

Kang, K. ; Scheel, A. and A. Stevens: Global phase diagrams of run-and-tumble dynamics : equidistribution, waves, and blowup. [ARXIV]

Gassiat, P. ; Gess, B. ; Lions, P. and P. E. Souganidis: Speed of propagation for Hamilton-Jacobi equations with multiplicative rough time dependence and convex Hamiltonians. [ARXIV]

Jost, J. ; Liu, L. and M. Zhu: Asymptotic analysis for Dirac-harmonic maps from degenerating spin surfaces and with bounded index. MIS-Preprint: 37/2018

Rauh, J. : Cores, shell indices and the degeneracy of a graph limit. MIS-Preprint: 36/2018[ARXIV]

Benner, P. ; Khoromskaia, V. ; Khoromskij, B. N. and C. Yang: Computing the density of states for optical spectra by low-rank and QTT tensor approximation. MIS-Preprint: 35/2018[ARXIV]
06.06.2018, 05:23