Here you can find all of our Special Events since the beginning of MATCH in 2008.

Apr 23 – Apr 23, 2015,

Heidelberg, Germany

**General Information:**

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November 10-12, 2014

Heidelberg University

Internationales Wissenschaftsforum

Heidelberg (IWH)

Hauptstraße 242

69117 Heidelberg

Symposium

Organizers:

Thomas Richter, Boris Vexler, Dominik Meidner,

Rolf Rannacher

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Thursday, 06. November, 2014, 17:00h

INF 288, HS 2

Prof. Dr. Matthias Flach

Caltech, USA

Abstract:

Nach einer ersten Erwähnung durch Tits im Jahr 1956 und einer langen
Phase der Nichtbeachtung ist die Idee des "Körpers mit einem Element"
in den letzten zehn Jahren von mindestens zwölf verschiedenen Autoren
aufgegriffen worden. Es geht dabei um Geometrie, die als Limesfall von
Geometrien über endlichen Körpern entsteht, und um algebraische Varietäten,
die "universell", also über beliebigen Grundkörpern definiert werden
können. Der Vortrag diskutiert einige der vielen in letzter Zeit
vorgeschlagenen Definitionen von Varietäten, oder Schemata, über dem
"Körper mit einem Element" und fügt eine weitere hinzu, die durch die
Beschreibung der Werte von Zetafunktionen arithmetischer Schemata
durch Weil-etale Kohomologie motiviert ist.

Invitation from Prof. A. Schmidt

October, 2014

Workshop

Organizers:

Rolf Rannacher, Thomas Richter

September 24, 2014

09:00-12:00h

INF 288

Mathematical Institute HS2

Speakers:

T. Krämer (Arithmetic Geometry)

A. Peon-Nieto (Geometry/Topology)

A. Muller (Arithmetic)

C. Wichelhaus (Statistics)

A. Marciniak-Czochra (Analysis/Modelling)

D. Beigel (Numerics/Optimization)

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August 04 - 05, 2014

Workshop

Organizers:

Hans Knüpfer, Marco Bonacini

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Juli 14-16, 2014

Studio Villa Bosch,

Heidelberg

Hosted jointly by:

HITS

IWR, Heidelberg

Invited Spaekers:

David Ham, Imperial College, London, UK

David Ketcheson, KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia

Ville Vuorinen, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland

Garth Wells, University of Cambridge, UK

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July 03, 2014, 17:15h INF 288, Mathematical Institute HS2

Elliptic Curves and Explicit Class Field Theory

Prof. Dr. Henri Darmon

McGill University, Canada

Abstract:

The values of the exponential function $e^{2\pi i z}$ and of the modular
function $j(z)$ (at rational and quadratic imaginary arguments, respectively)
lead to explicit generators for essentially all abelian extensions of the
rational numbers and of quadratic imaginary fields. The associated theories
of cyclotomic fields and of complex multiplication are quite rich and were
actively pursued in the 19th century. Kronecker's "Jugendtraum", raised
again by Hilbert as the twelfth in his celebrated list of open problems
for the new century, seeks to extend these theories to base fields other
than the rationals or quadratic imaginary fields. More than a hundred
years later, Hilbert's 12th problem is still largely open. This lecture
shall survey the history of this problem and describe some of the more
recent attempts to make progress, based on the study of elliptic curves
and of their rational points.

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March 24 -28, 2014

Heidelberg

March, 2014

Proeject

Feb 17-21, 2014

Lecture Series

David Morrison (UCSB)

Feb 24-27, 2014

Workshop: "Geometry and Physics of F-theory"

Organizers:

Anna Wienhard, Otmar Venjakob, Daniel Roggenkamp, Timo Weigand, Arthur Hebecker

February 17 - 20, 2014

IWR Heidelberg

Febrary 10-12, 2014

Heidelberg University

Internationales Wissenschaftsforum Heidelberg (IWH)

Hauptstraße 242

69117 Heidelberg

Organizers:

Willi Jäger, Thomas Richter

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January 24. 2014, 10:30 - 16:30h

Mathematisches Institut

Universität Heidelberg

Organizers:

Anna Wienhard, Gye-Seon Lee

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October 30, 2013

Workshop

Organizer:

Prof. Dr. Tilmann Gneitung

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October 18, 2013

IRMA, Université de Strasbourg

Am Freitag, den 18. Oktober 2013 wird in Strasbourg der dritte
Heidelberg-Karlsruhe-Strasbourg Geometrie-Tag stattfinden. Vortragende
werden Jean-Marc Schlenker (University of Luxembourg), Roman Sauer (KIT)
und Daniele Alessandrini (Heidelberg) sein.

Sie sind alle herzlich eingeladen, am Geometrie-Tag teilzunehmen. Fahrtkosten
koennen uebernommen werden (Quittungen bitte aufheben).
Wir werden versuchen die An- und Abreise der Gruppe aus Heidelberg
gemeinsam zu organisieren.

Wenn Sie Interesse haben, am Geometrie-Tag teilzunehmen, senden Sie bitte
eine kurze email an Daniele Alessandrini: daniele.alessandrini [at] gmail.com

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September 25, 2013

09.00 – 12.00h

INF 288, Mathematisches Institut

July 29 - August 2, 2013

INF 288, Mathematisches Institut

K. Roth

Institute of Environmental Physics, Heidelberg University

O. Ippisch

Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, Heidelberg University

H.-J. Vogel

Department of Soil Physics, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Leipzig/Halle

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July 22 - 24, 2013

12 July, 2013, 15.15h

HS 1, INF 288

FESTKOLLOQUIUM zur Einrichtung der DFG-Forschergruppe

»Symmetrie, Geometrie und Arithmetik«

Prof. Dr. Hélène Esnault, (Freie Universität Berlin)

Prof. Dr. Michael Rapoport, (Universität Bonn)

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15 May, 2013, 14:15-15:45h

29 May, 2013, 14:15-15:45h

05 June, 2013, 14:15-15:45h

HS 2, INF 288

Joachim Cuntz, Uni Münster

Abstract:

A C*-algebra is an involutive algebra which is isomorphic to a closed and *-closed algebra of operators on a
Hilbert space. The K-theory for C*-algebras generalizes the topological K-theory introduced by Atiyah-
Hirzebruch and has close commections to index theory (in the sense of Atyah-Singer) as well as applications in
different fields such as for instance the classification of differentiable manifolds. In this series of
lectures I will try to give an introduction for non-experts to the basics of the theory of C*-algebras (first
lecture) and of their topological K-theory (second lecture). In the third lecture I plan to discuss recent
examples of C*-algebras arising naturally from structures in algebraic number theory. The description of their
K-theory is related to number theoretic concepts.

May 06 - 08, 2013

International Workshop

IWR Heidelberg

Invited Speakers:

H. G. Bock (Heidelberg),

M. Diehl (Leuven),

M. J. Gander (Geneva),

Y. Hasegawa (Tokyo),

M. Heinkenschloss (Houston),

V. Schulz (Trier),

S. Ulbrich (Darmstadt)

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Organisation:

M. Banagl (Heidelberg), C.-F. Bödigheimer (Bonn), E. Vogt (FU Berlin)

Friday, 03 May, 2013, 15:00h

Saturday, 04 May, 2013, 9:00h

Hörsaal 1 des Mathematischen Instituts Heidelberg, INF 288

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Januar 24, 2013

17:15

Vortrag: "Ramanujan and asymptotic formulas"

Prof. Dr. Kathrin Bringmann

(Universität Köln)

18:30 Indische Musik mit Mutriba & Pradeep Gupta

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January 18, 2013

INF 288, Mathematisches Institut

November 29, 2012, 17:00

INF 288, HS2

"The Standard Model from String Theory: a Challenge in Physics and Mathematics"

Prof. Andre Lukas

(Oxford University)

Abstract:

The talk will be discussing the attempts to relate string theory to realistic particle physics, particularly in the context of the
heterotic string. String theory, formulated in 10 dimensions, requires compactification of six of its dimensions in order to relate
to observable physics. This relationship intertwines the physics of string theory with the mathematics of six-dimensional manifolds,
particularly Calabi-Yau three-folds. Methods of algebraic geometry and commutative algebra become directly relevant as tools to extract
the physics of string models. I will outline this interplay between physics and mathematics and review recent progress which has led
to the construction of a large number of quasi-realistic models from string theory.

The invitation to the talk is from Arthur Hebecker, Daniel Roggenkamp, Timo Weigand, Anna Wienhard

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24-28 September 2012

Workshop

July 30 - August 3, 2012

IWASAWA 2012

Organized by:Thanasis Bouganis

Otmar Venjakob

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July 19 - August 09, 2012

July 19th, 11:00 IWR, room 432

Aug 7th, 16:00 IWR, room 532

July 26th, Aug 2nd and 9th,

11:00 IWR, room 432

Prof. Mitchell Luskin

School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota, USA

Abstract:

Many materials problems require the accuracy of atomistic modeling in small regions, such as the neighborhood
of a crack tip. However, these localized defects typically interact through long-range elastic fields with a
much larger region that cannot be computed atomistically. Materials scientists have proposed many methods to
compute solutions to these multiscale problems by coupling atomistic models near a localized defect with continuum
models where the deformation is nearly uniform on the atomistic scale. During the past several years, a mathematical
structure has been given to the description and formulation of atomistic-to-continuum coupling methods, and
corresponding numerical analysis has clarified the relation between the various methods and their sources of
error. This lecture will begin by introducing the physical and mathematical background and then presenting the
current state of numerical analysis for atomistic-to-continuum coupling methods.

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July 17, 2012, 16:00h

IWR Room 432

Prof. Mitchell Luskin

School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota, USA

May 08, 2012, 18:15h

INF 288, Lecture Hall 1

Prof. Dr. Wilfried Herget

Universität Halle-Wittenberg

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April 25, 2012

Organized by:Tilmann Gneiting

Thordis Thorarinsdottir

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February 06, 2012, 16:00h

INF 288, Lecture Hall 1

Professor Srinivasa Varadhan

Courant Institute, New York

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January 24, 2012

INF 294

Dr. Marius Hofert

RiskLab, Department of Mathematics, ETH Zurich

Abstract:

Archimedean copulas are well-known to copula theory and its
applications. These dependence structures share many useful properties such as an
explicit functional form, tail dependencies, and fast
sampling procedures. However, Archimedean copulas are symmetric which implies, for
example, that all bivariate margins are equal. To relax this rather strong
assumption in practical applications, so-called nested Archimedean copulas may be
considered.

After briefly mentioning other hierarchical dependence structures, focus is put on
the class of nested Archimedean copulas including properties and sampling
strategies. These copulas are still explicit and allow for different tail
dependencies. Additionally, they have a natural hierarchical interpretation which
is useful in various applications such as credit default models.

January 20, 2012, 14:15

in the assembly hall of the old university

1st Emil Artin Lecture

"Analytic Continuation of L-Functions"

Prof. Dr. Pierre Colmez

(Directeur de Recherche à l’Institut de Mathématiques Jussieu)

awarding an honorary doctorate to

Prof. Dr. John H. Coates

(University of Cambridge)

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January 17, 2012

INF 294

Dr. Andreas Basse-O'Connor

Department of Mathematics Aarhus University, Denmark

Abstract:

In this talk we will consider convergence of series of independent
stochastic processes with cadlag paths (cadlag means right-continuous with
left-hand limits). For symmetric processes, we show that finite dimensional
convergence to a cadlag limit implies uniform convergence almost surely, and
thereby extend the Ito-Nisio Theorem to the Skorokhod space D[0,1]. The main
difficulties of dealing with D[0,1] in this context are its non-separability under
the supremum norm and the discontinuity of the addition under Skorohod's topology.

We use this result to prove the uniform convergence of various series
representations of cadlag infinitely divisible processes. As a consequence, we
obtain explicit representations of the jump process, and of related path
functionals, in a general non-Markovian setting. Finally, we illustrate our
results on an example of stable processes. To this aim we obtain criteria for such
processes to have cadlag modifications, which may be of independent interest. The
talk is based on joint work with Jan Rosinski, The University of Tennessee.

15 December, 2011, 16:45

INF 288, HS1

"Was sind und was sollen die Zahlen?"

Prof. Dr. Peter Roquette

poster

06 December, 2011, 17:15

INF 288, HS1

Dr. Torsten Fenske

xft GmbH

StR Raphael Blessing

Hans-Furler-Gymnasium, Oberkirch

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Summer Term 2011

Heidelberg University

19 - 23 September 2011

W. Kohnen

R. Weissauer

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Confirmed invited speakers:

D. Allcock

J. Bruinier

S. Carnahan

M. Cheng

C. Dong

M. Gaberdiel

V. Gritsenko

G. Hän

G. Mason

A. Milas

M. Miyamoto

V. Nikulin

H. Shimakura

H. Saleur

N. Scheithauer

V. Schomerus

M. Tuite

P. Vanhove

A. Zuevsky

H. Yamauchi

29 August - 8 September 2011

Gebhard Böckle

Heidelberg University

John Voight

University of Vermont

Gabor Wiese

University Duisburg-Essen

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11 - 22 July 2011

Miranda Cheng

Harvard University

Geoffrey Mason

University of California, Santa Cruz

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Summer Term 2011

Heidelberg University

Lecture & Exercises

Mathematical Methods of Image Analysis

Prof. C. Schnörr

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5 July 2011, 17:15

INF 288, HS1

4-6 July 2011

Heidelberg

C. Schnörr

IWR and MATCH, Heidelberg

A. Chambolle

CMAP, Ecole Polytechnique

M. Hintermüller

Humboldt-University Berlin

T. Pock

Graz University of Technology

G. Steidl

University of Mannheim

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Confirmed invited speakers:

Jean-Francois Aujol, CMLA, ENS Cachan, France

Kristian Bredies, University of Graz, Austria

Xavier Bresson, UCLA, U.S.A

Freddy Bruckstein, Technion, Haifa, Israel

Martin Burger, University of MÃŒnster, Germany

Raymond Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Caroline Chaux , Univ. Paris-Est, France

Patrick Louis Combettes, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie Paris, France

Daniel Cremers, TU MÃŒnchen, Germany

Christine De Mol, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Yiqiu Dong, Helmholtz Zentrum, München

Jalal Fadili, GREYC CNRS Caen, France

Mario Figueiredo, Institute Superior Técnico, Lisboa, Portugal

Frederik Kahl, University of Lund, Sweden

Karl Kunisch, University of Graz, Austria

Russell Luke, University of Göttingen, Germany

Stéphane Mallat, CMAP, Ecole Polytechnique, France

Jan Modersitzki, University of Lübeck, Germany

Michael Ng, Baptist University, Hong Kong

Mila Nikolova, CMLA ENS, Cachan, France

Stan Osher, UCLA, U.S.A

Gerlind Plonka-Hoch, University of Göttingen

Martin Rumpf, University of Bonn, Germany

Otmar Scherzer, University of Vienna, Austria

Nir Sochen, University of Tel Aviv, Israel

Xue-Cheng Tai, University of Bergen, Norway & NTU Singapore

Michael Unser, EPF Lausanne, Switzerland

Joachim Weickert, Saarland University, Germany

Guoshen Yu, University of Minnesota, U.S.A.

Christopher Zach, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

27 June 2011

16 - 18 June 2011

Mark Podolskij

poster

8 June 2011, 14:00

KIP, INF 227, HS 1

19 May-2 June 2011, 11:00-17:00

Evangelic Heiliggeistkirche Heidelberg, Marktplatz

(An exhibition of the Leibniz Universität Hannover)

(free entree)

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences within the frame of the celebrations of the 625th anniversary of Heidelberg University

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18 May 2011, 17:15

Heiliggeistkirche Heidelberg

5 May 2011

INF 288

talk (HS1, 17:00)

Prof. G. Böckle

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there will be an introduction to the IMAGINARY-Exhibition and the SURFER-Software held by:

apl. Prof. Dr. Stephan Klaus

Assistent des Direktors am MFO

und außerplanmäßiger Professor der Universität Mainz

The event will be finished by a subsequent reception in the foyer of the building.

14 April 2011

2 March 2011

Faculty for Mathematics and Computer Sciences organized with participation of MATCH

program

19 February 2011

Alexander Ivanov

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participants:

Anna Fluder (Essen)

Paul-Jonas Hamacher (Bonn)

Annabelle Hartmann (Essen)

Philipp Hartwig (Essen)

Christian Kappen (Essen)

Timo Keller (Regensburg)

Lars Kindler (Essen)

RobertÂ Kucharczyk (Bonn)

Holger Partsch (Düsseldorf)

Peter Scholze (Bonn)

Felix SchÃŒller (Düsseldorf)

Dominik Ufer (Ulm)

Heidelberg:

Jochen Gärtner

Thorsten Heidersdorf

Ann-Kristin Juschka

Thomas Krämer

Filippo Nuccio

Johannes Schmidt

14 - 17 February 2011

P.Bastian

IWR and Match, Heidelberg

W. Jäger

IWR and Match, Heidelberg

A. Mikelic

Universite Lyon 1, Lyon

M. Neuss-Radu

IWR and Match, Heidelberg

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Confirmed Participants:

A. Abdulle (Lausanne, Switzerland)

G. Allaire (Paris, France)

S. Attinger (Leipzig, Germany)

C. Choquet (Marseille, France)

O. Cirpka (TÃŒbingen, Germany)

J. F. DufrÃªche (Montpellier, France)

Y. Efendiev (Texas A&M University, USA)

B. Engquist (Austin, USA)

O. Ernst (Freiberg, Germany)

E. Feireisl (Prague, Czech Republic)

F. Filbet (Lyon, France)

M. Hassanizadeh (Utrecht, Netherlands)

R. Helmig (Stuttgart, Germany)

R. Hilfer (Stuttgart, Germany)

O. Iliev (Kaiserslautern, Germany)

M. Panfilov (Nancy, France)

A. Piatnitski (Narvik, Norway)

S. Pop (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

B. RiviÃšre (Houston, USA)

R. Scheichl (Bath, UK)

B. Schweizer (Dortmund, Germany)

H.-J. Vogel (Halle, Germany)

M. Wheeler (Austin, USA)

13 - 14 January 2011

Adrian Hirn

HGS MathComp, IWR, University of Heidelberg

Maria Neuss-Radu

HGS MathComp, IWR, University of Heidelberg

Thomas Wick

HGS MathComp, IWR, University of Heidelberg

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28 January 2011, 15:00

INF 288, HS 2

Dr.-Ing. Bettina Frohnapfel

Head of Emmy Noether Research Group

Center of Smart Interfaces, TU Darmstadt

poster

12 April 2011, 11:00

INF 294, Room 214

Prof. Cecilia Mancini

University of Florence, Italy

In this paper we consider a semimartingale model for the evolution of the price
of a financial asset, driven by a Brownian motion (plus drift) and possibly
infinite activity jumps. Given discrete observations, the Threshold estimator is
able to separate the Â integrated variance IV from the sum of the squared jumps.
This has importance in measuring and forecasting the asset risks and for constructing
new tools to study the fine structure of the data generating process. In this paper
we provide the exact speed of convergence of $\hat{IV}_h$, a result which was known
in the literature only in the case of jumps with finite variation. This has practical
relevance since many used models have jumps of infinite variation (see e.g. Carr,
Geman, Madan \& Yor 2002).

13 May 2011, 11:00

INF 293, Room 215

We consider a mathematical model of a rigid body immersed in a viscous,
compressible fluid moving with a prescribed velocity on the boundary of a large ball
(channel) containing the body. We show continuity of the drag as well as domain shape
stability of solutions in the incompressible limit, where the Mach number approaches
zero.

24 May 2011, 18:00

INF 288, HS 1

Prof. Franz Amann

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Graham Smith

Centre de Recerca Matemàtica

Barcelona, Spain

6 June 2011, 16:00

INF 294, Room 214

Prof. Dr. John Heywood

University of British Columbia

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17 June 2011, 14:00

INF 288, HS 3

Dr. Graham Smith

Centre de Recerca Matemàtica

Barcelona, Spain

We show how the Gauss-Bonnet theorem is used to obtain compactness results for locally
strictly convex immersed two dimensional spheres in three dimensional manifolds.

28 June 2011, 11:15

INF 294, Room 214

Dr. Pawel Lorek

University of Wroclaw

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14 July 2011, 16:00

INF 294, HS 134

Prof. Donald Richards

Department of Statistics, Penn State University

In recent research on the Riemann zeta function and the Riemann Hypothesis,
it is important to calculate certain integrals involving the characteristic
functions of N Ã N unitary matrices and to develop asymptotic expansions of
these integrals as N â â. In this talk, I will derive exact formulas for
several of these integrals, verify that the leading coefficients in their
asymptotic expansions are non-zero, and relate these results to conjectures
about the distribution of the zeros of the Riemann zeta function on the critical
line. I will also explain how these calculations are related to multivariate
statistical analysis and to the hypergeometric functions of Hermitian matrix argument.

28 October, 2011, 14:15

INF 293, SR 215

Prof. em. Robert Finn

Stanford University

Abstract:

About 350 BC, Aristoteles observed that bodies denser than water could
under some conditions float at a water surface. A century later, Archimedes produced
a general theory that formally contradicted these observations, but which yielded
remarkably good predictions for large bodies such as ships. Very little further
literature relative to general floating criteria has appeared prior to the current century,
when the behavior of small particles at a liquid surface began to receive attention
from varying sources. I will discuss my own contributions and those of contemporary
authors, with special attention devoted to open questions suggesting investigation via
numerical methods.

Prof. em. Robert Finn

29 November, 2011, 18:15h

INF 288, Hörsaal 1

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Roth

Universität Koblenz-Landau

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01 December, 2011, 16:00h s.t

INF 294, Hörsaal 134

Prof. Victor Panaretos

EPFL Lausanne

Given two samples of continuous random curves, we consider the problem of comparing
their smoothness properties as these are encoded by their covariance structure.
Our study is motivated by the problem of determining whether the mechanical properties
of short strands of DNA are significantly affected by their base-pair sequence; while
this is believed to be true, it has not been confirmed by 3D data. The corresponding
functional testing problem is seen to involve aspects of ill-posed inverse problems and
a test based on spectral truncation is proposed and investigated. More generally, we
introduce the notion of a dispersion operator as a descriptor of second-order functional
properties and consider the problem of comparing the dispersion operators of two functional
populations. When applied to a dataset of DNA minicircles obtained through the electron
microscope, our tests seem to suggest the existence of a sequence effect on DNA shape.

06 December 2011, 14:15h

INF 293, Raum 215

Prof. Christian Engwer

Universität Münster

We are facing an increasing complexity in the models of scientific
computing. Multi-physics applications, highly non-linear processes and
domains exhibiting a complex shape are only some examples of such
complexity. These changes pose a big challenge to the development of
scientific software. On the one hand the requirements on the software
are growing, e.g. broader feature sets, demand for easy
parallelism. On the other hand the turn over times are getting
shorter, which requires shorter development times.

To handle these requirements, DUNE provides a flexible framework for
grid based methods for the solution of PDEs. We present extensions of
the DUNE framework to handle multi-physics and multi-domain
applications. The modules allow flexible computations while still
allowing an efficient, i.e. rapid, implementation of new simulations.

16 December 2010

Professor Hendrik Lenstra

Universiteit Leiden

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14 December 2010, 17:15

INF 288, HS1

2 December 2010, 17:00

Great lecture Hall of The Physikalische Institut, INF 308

Prof. Jean-Pierre Bourguignon

(CNRS/IHÉS)

During „5. Französischen Woche Heidelberg” we will have a special colloquium with an outstanding french mathematician, music and reception.

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16 November 2010, 18:15 Uhr

INF 288, HS 1

StD Thilo Steinkrauß

Herder-Gymnasium Berlin

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22 October 2010

8 - 9 October 2010

Heidelberg

October 2-9, 2010

suppported by the DFG and the City of Heidelberg

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MATCH is very happy to support and enrich interdisciplinary activities, especially if they
break new ground. This is the case in symposium on October 8 and 9, 2010 which is also
suppported by the DFG and the City of Heidelberg.
It takes place parallel to the festival "LINKS â Heidelberger Biennale für Neue Musik"

This year the focus is on compositions and performances of the 20th and 21st century
using most varying mathematical methods to organize their works.

The main aims of this symposium are:

-- to connect music and mathematics and to foster the exchange ideas,

-- to survey the state-of-the-art in methods for analyzing music and to identify important
open problems,

-- to present recent progress in relevant mathematical and computational methods and techniques,

-- to initiate cooperation in future research and development of tools for composition, interpretation and performance of music.

It aims to bring together invited international experts on music and mathematics who will
present, in lectures and discussions, the state-of-the-art in the field, the challenges and
recent progress in their field of interest, their theoretical results and practical methods
for solving arising problems.

12 - 15 July 2010

Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

31 May - 2 June 2010

Heidelberg

22 April 2010

8-12 February, 2010

INF 288, Heidelberg

Jakob Stix

Heidelberg

4 February 2010, 17:00

2-4 February 2010

Amnon Besser

Ben Gurion University, Be'er Sheva

28-29 January; 1-2 February 2010

Tamás Szamuely

Alfréd Rényi Insitute, Budapest

9 February 2010, 16:00

INF 294, SR 214

Prof. Willi Jäger

IWR Universität Heidelberg

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15 April 2010

INF 294, HS 134

Prof. Christian Robert

Université Paris-Dauphine

16 April 2010

INF 294, HS 134

Prof. Christian Robert

Université Paris-Dauphine

16 April 2010

INF 288, HS 1

Prof. Dr. Walter Craig

FRSC (McMaster University, Canada)

abstract

22. Juni 2010, 14:00

BioQuant, INF 267, HS 042

PD. Dr. Dirk Horstmann

Universität zu Köln

27 Mai 2010, 17:00

INF 288, HS 1

Monday 31 May 2010, 14:00

INF 288, HS 2

Prof. Yagi

Department of Applied Physics

Osaka University, Japan

22 June 2010, 11:00

INf 294, HS 214

16 July 2010, 14:00

INF 294, HS 134

Prof. R. T. Rockafellar

University of Washington

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16 September 2010, 14:00

INF 288, HS 2

Dr. González Villa

University of Illinois at Chicago

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17 December 2010, 13:00

INF 288, HS 2

Prof. Dr. Hendrik Lenstra

Universiteit Leiden

Number fields with the same zeta function have been extensively studied.
Gunther Cornelissen and Matilde Marcolli recently studied number fields
with the same abelian L-functions. The present lecture is devoted to
various sharpenings of the results they achieved. The lecture reports on
joint work with Bart de Smit.

February 17-19, 2009

INF 288, HS 3

Dr. Emilie Dufresne

MATCH

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23 April 2009

July 15-17, 2009

Heidelberg

H.G. Bock, T. Carraro, W. Jäger, S. Körkel, R. Rannacher, J. P. Schlöder

Der Workshop wird einen Überblick über mathematische Methoden der
modellbasierten Parameterschätzung und zahlreiche Anwendungen in
unterschiedlichen Fachbereichen geben. Zielgruppe des Workshops sind
alle Wissenschaftler der Universität Heidelberg und ihre Projektpartner.

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19 - 24 July 2009

28 Sept. - 02 Okt, 2009

Heidelberg

Georg Bock and Rolf Rannacher

Time Schedule (pdf)

Participants (pdf)

Abstracts (pdf)

October 12-13, 2009

BioQuant, INF 267, Heidelberg

Willi Jäger (Heidelberg), Eckhard Salje (Cambridge), Angela Stevens (Heidelberg)

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20 October-4 November 2009

March 13, 2009, 9:00

HS 2, INF 288

Dr. Magali Rocher

Université Bordeaux 1

abstract

17 April, 2009, 10:00

HS 5, INF 288

Dr. Kathrin Maurischat

University of Heidelberg

June 2009

Dr. Arianna Passerini

Universita di Ferrara Ingegneria

3 June 2009, 11:15

Room 520, IWR INF 368

Dr. Anne Granier

University of Toulouse

3 -4 July 2009

Dr. Eike Lau

Universität Bielefeld

3 July 2009, 14:00

HS 2, INF 288

Prof. Moshe Jarden

School of Mathematics, Tel-Aviv University

9 July 2009, 11:00

INF 294, Room 214

Dr. Roopesh Ranjan

University of Washington

10 July 2009, 12:15

Room 134, INF 294

Prof. Nadine Even

Würzburg University

21 July 2009, 15:00

HS 4, INF 288

Dr. Helge Pedersen

30 October 2009

Dr. Thomas M. Hamill

NOAA Earth System Research Lab

Boulder, Colorado, USA

The ensemble Kalman filter (EnKF) is one of several methods for estimating
the initial conditions for numerical weather predictions. Typically, initial
conditions are estimated through a statistical adjustment of a prior forecast
to newly available atmospheric measurements from satellites, weather balloons,
and so on. To achieve the most accurate analysis, accurate error covariances
are needed both for the prior forecast and for the observations. The novel
aspect of the EnKF rleative to other "data assimilation" methods is that the
error covariances for the forecast are computed from an ensemble of short-range
weather forecasts. This provides a weather-dependent estimate of the forecast
error covariances. The talk will review the basics of the Kalman filter; explain
how the EnKF overcomes some of the limitations of the Kalman filter; explain the
algorithmic enhancements to the standard EnKF that make it practical for numerical
weather prediction; provide some real-world examples of the EnKF and the improvements
that have been obtained relative to the current standard data assimilation techniques;
and describe the areas where more research and development is needed.

3 March 2008

author:

Franz Xaver Lutz

organizer:

Klaus Tschira Stiftung gGmbH

poster

May 7-9, 2008

BIOQUANT, SR 041

Bock,Jäger, Rannacher, Stevens

Link

until 31 June 2008, 8.00-19.00

in the lobby of BIOQUANT

Dec. 15-19, 2008

BIOQUANT, SR 041

Markus Banagl and Denis Vogel

Program Link

Lecture series and participants Link

Knots Poster: Prof. Masanori Morishita Poster< Link

(Kyushu University, Japan)

Knots Poster: Prof. DeWitt Sumners Poster Link

(Florida State University, USA)

Knots Poster: Prof. Louis Kauffman (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)Link

and Prof Kent Orr (Indiana University Bloomington, USA) Poster

1 July, 2008, 14:15

INF 293, SR 215

Professor Hideo Kozono

University of Sendai

(Prof. Kozono has hold the Humboldt stipend (1988-1990) and has been
awarded the Siebold-Prize of the Humboldt foundation in 2002)