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Slarps 2015-12-16 - 2015-12-18 Details
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Stochastic Limit Analysis for Reacting Particle Systems

The workshop aims to present and facilitate discussion of approaches to systems of many particles, which at some level of modelling undergo spatial motion and stochastically interact when they collide or at least get very close. Classic applications of such systems include gas dynamics, particle coagulation and chemical reactions, but zoological and other application areas will also be considered. Alongside strong law of large numbers type results the workshop will showcase methods for obtaining further information to complement a characteristic limiting equation.

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Stochastic Limit Analysis for Reacting Particle Systems 2015-12-16 - 2015-12-18 Details
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16-18 December 2015

The workshop aims to present and facilitate discussion of approaches to systems of many particles, which at some level of modelling undergo spatial motion and stochastically interact when they collide or at least get very close. Classic applications of such systems include gas dynamics, particle coagulation and chemical reactions, but zoological and other application areas will also be considered. Alongside strong law of large numbers type results the workshop will showcase methods for obtaining further information to complement a characteristic limiting equation.

Erhard-Schmidt lecture room at Weierstrass Institute, Mohrenstrasse 39, 10117 Berlin, Germany.

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2. International Matheon Conference on Compressed Sensing and its Applications 2015-12-07 - 2015-12-11 Details
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Welcome to the 2. International Matheon Conference on Compressed Sensing and its Applications 2015.

Plenary Speakers:

Emmanuel Candès (Stanford University, USA)
Michael Elad (Technion, Israel)
Yonina Eldar (Technion, Israel)
Andrea Montanari (Stanford University, USA)
Holger Rauhut (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
Thomas Strohmer (University of California,Davis, USA)
Roman Vershynin (University of Michigan, USA)
Rachel Ward (University of Texas, Austin, USA)

Postal Address:

Anja Hedrich
Department of Mathematics
Secretariat MA 5-4
Technical University Berlin
Strasse des 17. Juni 136
10623 Berlin, Germany

E-Mail Contacts:
Anja Hedrich: hedrich(at)math.tu-berlin.de
Gitta Kutyniok: kutyniok(at)math.tu-berlin.de
Giuseppe Caire: caire(at)tu-berlin.de


Phone Contact: +49 30 314-27327
Fax: +49 30 314-27364

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2. International Matheon Conference on 2015-12-07 - 2015-12-11 Details
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Compressed Sensing and its Applications

This conference will take place on December 7-11, 2015 at the campus of Technical University in Berlin.

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Variational Inequality Day 2015-11-19 - 2015-11-19 Details
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The workshop will be held at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin on November 19, 2015.

The goal of the workshop is to exchange recent results in the study of variational inequalities.

The programm will contain six talks, with plenty of time for discussion.

Invited Speakers
Ralf Kornhuber
Michael Hintermüller
Mira Schedensack
Andreas Schröder

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WASTOS15 2015-10-12 - 2015-10-14 Details
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International Workshop: Waves, Solitons and Turbulence in Optical Systems. October 12 - 14, 2015 — Berlin

Optical and optoelectronic systems display a huge variety of complex nonlinear dynamical regimes in space and time. Both in the Hamiltonian and in the dissipative context, one can observe regular dynamics such as waves, pulsations, or solitons, but also high-dimensional irregular dynamics where a large number of modes is excited and no reduction to a low-dimensional description is possible. The workshop is aiming to discuss recent results on experimental findings and theoretical background of such dynamical phenomena, explaining their origin, their properties, and transitions between them. This includes in particular

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Meeting on Algebraic Vision 2015 2015-10-08 - 2015-10-09 Details
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The meeting will be held at the Technical University in Berlin from Oct 8-9, 2015.

Over the last decade, algebraic geometry and polynomial optimization techniques have been used to formulate and solve a number of problems in computer vision. This collaboration has been mostly one-way with computer vision researchers borrowing algebraic geometric and optimization techniques to solve their problems. Much of the vision literature is not known to algebraic geometers and optimization researchers. We believe that all three fields can benefit substantially by talking more to each other and that the time is right for such a collaboration.

To this end, we would like to bring together a small group of experts in computer vision, optimization and algebraic geometry to the first official meeting of an area that we'd like to call "Algebraic Vision".

The main goal of this meeting is to discuss and establish a core set of problems in computer vision that can benefit from the use of optimization and algebraic geometry and establish a research program for them.

The program will be a mix of short talks by 10 invited speakers in all three communities with plenty of time for discussions. We will have further contributions in the form of posters.

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Shape Up 2015 2015-09-14 - 2015-05-18 Details
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Exercises in Materials Geometry and Topology

The conference will be an interdisciplinary discussion meeting on patterns and geometry, and their role in biological and synthetic microstructured materials and tissue. We invite contributions from biology, chemistry, materials science, mathematics, physics and related fields addressing the genesis, properties and function of complex nano-scale geometries, as well as underlying geometric and topological concepts for the study of complex structure and shape.

The conference will run from Monday morning 14 September 2015 to the late afternoon of Friday 18 September and will feature an extended poster session, 15-20 contributed talks as well as invited lectures by.

The conference is hosted at the Technical University of Berlin on Strasse des 17. Juni that leads right up to the famous Brandenburg Gate, next to Reichstag, the parliament of Germany. Museum Island, Berliner Philhamonie, Opera Houses, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Television Tower and other famous sites are within a few kilometers walking distance and are easily accessible via public transport that connects all of inner Berlin - from vibrant Prenzlauer Berg to Gendarmenmarkt at the heart of Berlin. All lectures and the poster session will take place at the Institute of Mathematics, Strasse des 17. Juni 136.

We are inviting abstracts for contributed oral presentations and for posters. We encourage you to use the latex-template on the website and to include both attractive images and references in your abstract. The deadline for abstract submission is 31 May 2015, Registration will open 15 June 2015.

We are hopeful of encouraging people from a wide variety of scientific and mathematical backgrounds to attend. Any queries can be addressed to the organising committee at shape-up@math.tu-berlin.de.

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