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An dieser Stelle finden Sie einen Überblick über Veranstaltungen, Vortragsreihen, Workshops, Fachseminare, kulturelle Begegnungen und vielem mehr. Das Institut für Mathematik lädt alle Studierenden, Lehrenden und Interessierte herzlich zur Teilnahme ein.

09.12.2021, 16:15  –  Raum 2.9.0.12
Seminar Geometrie

The long neck principle

Rubens Longhi

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10.12.2021, 11:00  –  2.22 und online
Arbeitsgruppenseminar Analysis

Renormalization and Geometry in the Grosse-Wulkenhaar Model

Alexander Hock (Oxford University)

The Grosse-Wulkenhaar model (GW) is a euclidean scalar quantum field theory with quartic interaction on a non-commutative space, more precisely on the Moyal space. The most interesting property of... 

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13.12.2021, 16:15  –  Online via zoom
Forschungsseminar Differentialgeometrie

Global hyperbolicity in general relativity and in less regular theories

Ettore Minguzzi (Florence)

I discuss the properties of global hyperbolicity in general relativity and how its definition should be modified under low regularity assumptions.

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14.12. bis 14.12.2021, 12:15-13:45  –  room C9A03 Tübingen, room 2.09.2.22 Potsdam Golm
Geometric Analysis, Differential Geometry and Relativity

Local and global scalar curvature rigidity of Einstein manifolds

Klaus Kröncke

An Einstein manifold is called scalar curvature rigid if there are no compactly supported volume-preserving deformation of the metric which increase the scalar curvature. We give various... 

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15.12.2021, 14:00  –  Online Meeting
Institutskolloquium

The Kinetic Theory of a Plasma

Mikaela Iacobelli (ETH Zurich) und Toan Nguyen (Penn State University)

14:00 Mikaela Iacobelli (ETH Zurich): Stability and singular limits in plasma physics

15:00 Toan Nguyen (Penn State University): Landau damping in plasma physics

 

Mikaela Iacobelli (ETH Zurich):... 

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16.12.2021, 16:15  –  Online via zoom
Seminar Geometrie

The band width estimates

Georg Frenck

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17.12.2021, 10:15 - 11:30  –  building 28, 0.108 (Campus Golm)
SFB-Kolloquium

Analyzing Multi-Messenger Astronomy Data to reveal fundamental Properties of the Cosmos

Tim Dietrich (University of Potsdam)

Neutron stars are among the most compact objects in the Universe and the detection of gravitational waves and electromagnetic signals from the merger of two neutron stars in 2017 has been a revolution... 

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06.01.2022, 16:15  –  Online via zoom
Seminar Geometrie

Gromov’s cube conjecture I

Bernhard Hanke

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13.01.2022, 16:15  –  Online via zoom
Seminar Geometrie

Gromov’s cube conjecture II

Artem Nepechiy

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14.01.2022, 10:15 - 11:30  –  building 28, room 0.108 (Campus Golm)
SFB-Kolloquium

Machine Learning in the context of drift

Barbara Hammer (Universität Bielefeld)

One of the main assumptions of classical machine learning models is that data are generated by a stationary concept. This is often violated due to unexpected events or outliers, sensor drift, or... 

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17.01.2022, 16:15  –  Online via zoom
Forschungsseminar Differentialgeometrie

Møller operators for Dirac fields with MIT boundary conditions

Nicolò Drago (Trento)

Classical and quantum field theories are based on the study of the space of solutions to certain differential operators \(D\) (e.g. the Dirac operator) on globally hyperbolic spacetimes \((M,g)\) -... 

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21.02. bis 25.02.2022  –  Neues Palais, Haus 9, 1.02 und 1.12
Konferenz

Microlocal and Global Analysis, Interactions with Geometry

different Speakers

We have the pleasure to invite you to the next edition of a series of meetings initiated by Professor Schulze devoted to microlocal, singular and global analysis and their interactions with geometry... 

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