Workgroup Numerics

Konferenzen und Workshops/ Conferences and workshops

Auf dieser Seite sind die unter Mitwirkung von der AG Numerik organiserten Konferenzen aufgelistet.

On this page are listed the conferences organized with the collaboration of the workgroup Numerical Analysis.

Date Title Location Information
17.09.-23.09. 2017 New perspectives in the theory of function spaces and their applications Bedlewo (Poland) The aim of the conference is to concentrate on new developments and results in the theory and its applications. We intend to bring together many young and established scientists from various fields and from countries all over the world to present their latest results, to exchange new ideas and to step forward collaboration.
20.01.2017 Rhein-Main-Arbeitskreis WS 2016/2017 Universität Marburg Wir möchten mit regelmäßigen Treffen des Arbeitskreises Kollegen der Hochschulen im Rhein-Main-Gebiet ansprechen, die Interesse am Themenkreis Mathematics of Computation haben. Im Mittelpunkt stehen Algorithmen und die Komplexitä&t bei Problemen, die der kontinuierlichen Mathematik entstammen. Hierbei soll besonders die Zusammenarbeit von Mathematikerinnen und Mathematikern aus verschiedenen Bereichen der Angewandten Mathematik (Numerik, Stochastik, Optimierung) intensiviert werden.
11.01. - 17.01.2015 New Discretization Methods for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs Oberwolfach This workshop is organized by Stephan Dahlke (Marburg), Gitta Kutyniok (Berlin), Rob Stevenson (Amsterdam) and Endre Süli (Oxford)
24.11. - 28.11. 2014 Final Conference SPP 1324, 2014 Welcome Hotel Marburg (DE) Our final conference of SPP 1324 takes place November 24 - 28, 2014 in the Welcome Hotel Marburg. The aim of this meeting is to discuss the outcome and in particular the highlights of the priority program. Furthermore the influence of SPP 1324 on the major fields of research will be reflected. Moreover, we want to discuss the further perspectives.
07.02.2014 Rhein-Main-Arbeitskreis, WS 2013/2014 Universität Marburg Wir möchten mit regelmäßigen Treffen des Arbeitskreises Kollegen der Hochschulen im Rhein-Main-Gebiet ansprechen, die Interesse am Themenkreis Mathematics of Computation haben. Im Mittelpunkt stehen Algorithmen und die Komplexität bei Problemen, die der kontinuierlichen Mathematik entstammen. Hierbei soll besonders die Zusammenarbeit von Mathematikerinnen und Mathematikern aus verschiedenen Bereichen der Angewandten Mathematik (Numerik, Stochastik, Optimierung) intensiviert werden.
28.11. - 30.11. 2013 Annual Meeting SPP 1324, 2013 Pentahotel Eisenach (DE) Our fifth Annual Meeting of SPP 1324 takes place December 04 - 06, 2013 in the Pentahotel Eisenach.
23.09. - 27.09. 2013 Kongress der Österreichischen Mathematischen Gesellschaft, Jahrestagung der Deutschen Mathematiker Vereinigung University of Innsbruck In this year Stephan Dahlke and Hans Feichtinger will lead the section "Funktionalanalysis, reelle und komplexe Analysis".
28.11. - 30.11. 2012 Annual Meeting SPP 1324, 2012 Pentahotel Eisenach (DE) Our fourth Annual Meeting of SPP 1324 takes place November 28 - 30, 2012 in the Pentahotel Eisenach.
12.11. - 17.11. 2012 ESI 12, Wavelet methods in scientific computing Erwin Schrödinger Institut in Vienna Wavelets are by now a well-established tool in scientifc computing, in particular for the numerical treatment of operator equations. Compared to other methods, wavelets provide the following advantages. The strong analytical properties of wavelets, in particular their ability to characterize function spaces such as Sobolev or Besov spaces, can be used to design adaptive numerical schemes that are guaranteed to converge for a huge class of problems including operators of negative order. Moreover, the vanishing moments of wavelets give rise to compression strategies for densely populated matrices. Quite recently, it has also turned out that variants of the classical wavelet algorithms (tensor wavelets, orthogonal multiwavelets) have som potential to treat high-dimensional problems. Furthermore, the treatment of inverse problems by (adaptive) wavelet algorithms is currently one of the hot topics. Therefore, the aim of this workshop is to discuss the state of the art and the further perspectives of wavelet methods in scientific computing.
17.09. - 22.09. 2012 ESI 12, Applied Coorbit Theory Erwin Schrödinger Institut in Vienna Coorbit theory is by now a well-established tool in applied harmonic analysis. Based on group representations, this theory provides a unified approach that collects many different transforms such as the wavelet- and the Gabor-transform under one roof. Furthermore, the coorbit approach provides canonical smoothness spaces, the coorbit spaces. It is one of the aims of this workshop to strive for a complete classification of all possible coorbit spaces. Moreover, the coorbit theory provides atomic decompositions for the coorbit spaces by means of stable (Banach) frame decompositions. In many cases, the coorbit spaces coincide with classical smoothness spaces such as Besov and modulation spaces. For these spaces, many different atomic and molecular decompositions exist. Therefore, an additional aim of this workshop is to clarify the relations of these different decomposition techniques as far as possible.
01.07. - 05.07. 2012 Mathematical Modeling of Microbiological Systems Marburg This conference is organized by Stephan Dahlke, Bruno Eckhardt, Alexandra Herzog, Ekaterina Kostina, Peter Lenz and Peter Rashkov in cooperation with the LOEWE Zentrum für synthetische Mikrobiologie. The aim of the conference is to present the latest research in the field of computational biology with focus on mathematical methods for modeling, analysis, simulation and model optimization in system and cell biology. This conference will be a multidisciplinary forum for exchanging ideas, building networks, and setting up new scientific partnerships. The program will comprise invited plenary lectures addressing new developments in the field of "Mathematical Modeling of Microbiological Systems". Plenary talks will be complemented by contributed talks
16.11. - 18.11. 2011 Annual Meeting SPP 1324, 2011 Pentahotel Eisenach (DE) Our third Annual Meeting of SPP 1324 takes place November 16 - 18, 2011 in the Pentahotel Eisenach.
24.11.2011 Colloquium dedicated to the 60th birthday of Prof. Dr. Peter Oswald Bremen This colloquium is organized by Stephan Dahlke, Götz Pfander and Pavel Zheltov.
22.08. - 26.08.2011 Macha 11 Marburg Application oriented Harmonic Analysis is a flourishing field of analysis, connecting hard analysis with questions of signal processing, physics, image analysis and other applied areas. It has become more and more important and an eminent source of inspiration (and experimentation) to study various natural (and often new) mathematical questions by setting up a corresponding MATLAB simulation. Although doing some simple numerical experiments is easy to do once a basic knowledge of programming has been achieved, a reliable and systematic work requires a sound basis for such experiments to be meaningful. The NuHAG team has been using MATLAB by now for more than 20 years, and has established a rich collection of MATLAB tools, already organized in an open way (accessible via the NuHAG MATLAB modules). The Marburg team has been developing wavelet software in MATLAB and C++ for more than 5 years now. Parts of the library are currently being worked into a publicly available MATLAB package. Learning how to make use of these existing tools is the main goal of the workshop, which however should at the end encourage the participants to make their own explorative investigations (leading to an enrichment of the collection of available code).
30.01. - 04.02.2011 Sparse Representations and Efficient Sensing of Data Schloss Dagstuhl This seminar is organized by Stephan Dahlke , Michael Elad , Yonina Eldar , Gitta Kutyniok , Gerd Teschke.
16.11. - 18.11. 2010 Annual Meeting SPP 1324, 2010 Pentahotel Eisenach (DE) Our second Annual Meeting of SPP 1324 takes place October 17 - 29, 2010 in the Pentahotel Eisenach.
27.05. - 28.05. 2010 Workshop on Nonlinear Approximation Marburg The aim of this workshop is to provide an overview on recent developments in nonlinear approximation. Nonlinear approximation theory is a fast growing research area with many important applications such as adaptive numerical schemes for operator equations, image/signal compression and many others. Within this workshop, these relationships will be discussed and the connections to other mathematical fields such as the theory of function spaces will be highlighted. The following experts have agreed to give plenary talks: Albert Cohen, Thorsten Raasch, Winfried Sickel and Rob Stevenson. This workshop is organized by Stephan Dahlke, Ulrich Friedrich and Stefan Kinzel.
05.11. - 06.11. 2009 Annual Meeting SPP 1324, 2009 Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik, Berlin Our first Annual Meeting of SPP 1324 takes place November 05 - 06, 2010 in Berlin.
30.09. - 03.10.2009 Workshop on Nonlinear and Adaptive Approximation Castle Reisensburg (Günzburg) This is a workshop in honor of Wolfgang Dahmen on the occasion of his 60th birthday. It is organized by Stephan Dahlke, Reinhard Hochmut, Angela Kunoth, Siegfried Müller and Karsten Urban
24.08. - 28.08. 2009 Workshop on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations: Modelling, Analysis, and Approximation TU Darmstadt We believe that currently the modelling of SPDEs and their applications in various fields, including the numerical approximation, is a fast growing area of research activities. We think that a workshop that is focussed on the above mentioned aspects will provide a great opportunity to start new scientific collaborations among participants from possibly different areas having SPDEs as their common scientific interest. The following experts have agreed to give plenary talks: Mihaly Kovacs, Grigorios Pavliotis, Jacques Printems, Marco Romito. An important feature of our workshop will be short courses devoted to the topics modelling, analysis, and numerics of SPDEs. A short course will consist of three lectures, 45-60 minutes each, and will give a survey representing major research directions in the field. The short courses will be given by: Istvan Gyöngy and Michael Röckner. This conference is organized by Stephan Dahlke, Stig Larson, Klaus Ritter, René Schilling, Wilhelm Stannat and Jerzy Zabczyk.
23.01.2009 Tag des Wissenschaftlichen Rechnens Marburg The local organization of this meeting was done by Stephan Dahlke, Ekaterina Kostina and Ulrich Friedrich.
30.11. - 05.12.2008 Structured decompositions and efficient algorithms Schloss Dagstuhl This seminar is organized by Stephan Dahlke , Ingrid Daubechies Michael Elad, Yonina Eldar, Gitta Kutyniok and Gerd Teschke.
27.08. - 29.08.2007 Adaptive Numerical Methods for Inverse Problems Bremen This workshop is organized by Stephan Dahlke , Peter Maaß and Gerd Teschke
27.08. - 29.08.2007 Nichtlineare Approximationsverfahren TU Darmstadt This workshop is organized by Stephan Dahlke and Klaus Ritter.
24.09. - 29.09.2006 Algorithms and Complexity for Continuous Problems Schloss Dagstuhl This seminar is organized by Stephan Dahlke , Klaus Ritter Ian H. Sloan and Joseph F. Traub.
23.01. - 26.01.2006 Recent Progress in Wavelet Anaysis and Frame Theory Bremen This workshop is organized by our workgroup (Stephan Dahlke, Karsten Koch) in cooperation with the University of Bremen (Peter Maaß, Gerd Teschke and Henning Thielemann). The following speakers have agreed to give plenary talks: Ingrid Daubechies, Hans Feichtinger and Karlheinz Gröchenig