DFG Priority Program 1324

Extraction of quantifiable information from complex systems

The following is a list of all workshops and conferences that are relevant to this priority program. It is sorted by date, i.e., the list begins with the latest event.

Date | Title | Location | Brief information |
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24.11.2014 - 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. Program. |

25.06.2014 - 27.06.2014 |
Random Dynamics and Stochastic Numerics | University of Mannheim (DE) | Stochastic Numerics and Random Dynamical systems is an active area of growing importance in both pure and applied mathematics and probability. The aim of this workshop is to present recent developments in Stochastic Numerics and Random Dynamics. Particular focus will be given to the interplay of both areas and to the identification of new research topics. |

07.04.2014 - 10.04.2014 |
Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Electronic Structure Models | Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) (DE) | Quantum molecular simulation is routinely used in chemistry, condensed matter physics, materials science and nanotechnology and has had a massive impact on these fields. At the same time the mathematical and numerical analyses of the corresponding models have raised an increasing interest in the mathematical community. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together mathematicians working on various aspects of the study of quantum molecular models (mathematical physics, analysis of PDEs, numerical analysis, numerical methods and scientific computing) and foster interactions between these complementary approaches. |

08.07.2013 - 19.07.2013 |
Intensive Programme "Mathematical Models in Seismology" | University of L'Aquila (IT) | The Intensive Programme (IP) called "Mathematical Models in Seismology - SeisMath 2013" will consist of a set of short courses and seminars. Contributors will take into account methods, modelling and simulations related to aspects of seismology. Although the need for newly developed mathematical modelling within seismology is very strong, its clear identification as an interdisciplinary research/training context at a European level is still in progress. This programme aims to provide a relevant contribution to this process by exploiting the scientific competencies of the partners. The short courses will be taught by physicians, geologists, engineers and mathematicians.The programme is addressed mainly to MSc and PhD students in Applied Mathematics, but also in Civil and Environmental Engineering and Applied Physics. |

11.02.2013 - 15.02.2013 |
5th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation | The Australian National University in Canberra, Australia (AU) | HDA2013 - 5th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation. The workshop covers current research on all numerical aspects of high-dimensional problems. The scope ranges from high-dimensional approximation theory over computational methods to engineering and scientific applications. Participation is open to all interested in high-dimensional computational mathematics and science. |

12.11.2012 - 16.11.2012 |
Wavelet methods in scientific computing [W4] | Erwin Schroedinger Institute Vienna (AT) | ESI12 Modern Methods of Time-Frequency Analysis II: [W4] Wavelet methods in scientific computing.
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. |

27.08.2012 - 07.09.2012 |
Intensive Program on Mathematical Models in Seismology | University of L'Aquila, ITALY (IT) | Intensive Program on Mathematical Models in Seismology This program will take place within the two weeks of August 27 - Septemter 7, 2012. DFG-SPP 1324 invites all doctoral students to take part. |

02.07.2012 - 06.07.2012 |
Workshop on Sparse Grids and Applications | Institute for Advanced Study, TU Munich, Germany (DE) | Workshop on Sparse Grids and Applications
Sparse grids have gained increasing interest in recent years for the numerical treatment of high-dimensional problems. Where classical numerical discretization schemes fail in more than three or four dimensions, sparse grids allow to overcome the curse of dimensionality to some extent - extending the number of dimensions that can be dealt with. |

25.03.2012 - 30.03.2012 |
Workshop on Computational Stochastics | Begegnungszentrum fuer die Wissenschaft, Annweiler am Trifels (DE) | This workshop on Computational Stochastics will represent some of the recent developments in approximation and numerics for SDEs and SPDEs.
To foster the exchange of ideas we intend to only have about 20 talks, while the number of participants will be higher, and reports on 'work in progress' are very welcome. Additionally, a number of applications from different fields of science and technology will be represented. One of our hopes for the workshop is to stimulate new links between theory and application, so we will have plenty of time for the presentation of application challenges to which algorithm developers will hopefully respond with new ideas. Presentations will only be one part of the workshop, and therefore an active participation without giving a talk is very welcome. |

21.09.2011 - 23.09.2011 |
Rough Paths and Numerical Integration Methods | Uni Marburg (DE) | The aim of this workshop is to provide an overview on recent developments in the numerical analysis of stochastic differential equations. A variety of approaches such as rough paths, quantization and multilevel methods are discussed. The workshop shall gather people from different active areas in order to bring forward new research collaborations and to attract young academics to the field. |

22.08.2011 - 26.08.2011 |
A Computational Approach to Harmonic Analysis | Uni Marburg (DE) | 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. |

15.08.2011 - 19.08.2011 |
HIM Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics for High Dimensional Problems : Workshop on High-Dimensional Aspects of Stochastic Problems | Uni Bonn (DE) | Partial differential equations related to high-dimensional parameter spaces are a major challenge in science, engineering and finance. Here, the well-known curse of dimension prevents an efficient treatment by standard numerical discretization for most of the problems. The resulting enormous computational challenges cannot be met merely by larger computers, but require fundamentally new mathematical and algorithmic ideas. These can only be envisioned by an interdisciplinary attempt which involves modeling, analysis, stochastics and numerics. To this end, we bring together leading experts from these areas. |

01.08.2011 - 05.08.2011 |
HIM Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics for High Dimensional Problems : Workshop on Tensor Products for High-Dimensional Problems | Uni Bonn (DE) | Partial differential equations related to high-dimensional parameter spaces are a major challenge in science, engineering and finance. Here, the well-known curse of dimension prevents an efficient treatment by standard numerical discretization for most of the problems. The resulting enormous computational challenges cannot be met merely by larger computers, but require fundamentally new mathematical and algorithmic ideas. These can only be envisioned by an interdisciplinary attempt which involves modeling, analysis, stochastics and numerics. To this end, we bring together leading experts from these areas. |

25.07.2011 - 29.07.2011 |
Summerschool on H-matrices | Uni Bonn (DE) | Partial differential equations related to high-dimensional parameter spaces are a major challenge in science, engineering and finance. Here, the well-known curse of dimension prevents an efficient treatment by standard numerical discretization for most of the problems. The resulting enormous computational challenges cannot be met merely by larger computers, but require fundamentally new mathematical and algorithmic ideas. These can only be envisioned by an interdisciplinary attempt which involves modeling, analysis, stochastics and numerics. To this end, we bring together leading experts from these areas. |

26.06.2011 - 30.06.2011 |
HDA11, 4th Workshop on High-Dimensional Approximation | Uni Bonn (DE) | |

20.06.2011 - 24.06.2011 |
HIM Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics for High Dimensional Problems : Workshop on Theoretical Aspects of High-Dimensional Problems and Information-Based Complexity | Uni Bonn (DE) | |

30.05.2011 - 03.06.2011 |
HIM Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics for High Dimensional Problems : Workshop on Dimension Reduction and Manifold Learning | Uni Bonn (DE) | |

16.05.2011 - 20.05.2011 |
HIM Trimester Program on Analysis and Numerics for High Dimensional Problems : Workshop on Sparse Grids and Applications | Uni Bonn (DE) | |

04.10.2010 - 08.10.2010 |
Collatz-Woche | Universität Hamburg (DE) | Festveranstaltung der Universität Hamburg zum 100. Geburtstag von Lothar Collatz |

20.09.2010 - 21.09.2010 |
Numerical Analysis of Stochastic PDEs | TU Bergakademie Freiberg (DE) | This is the fourth of a series of annual two-day workshops on the numerical treatment of stochastic partial differential equations held previously in Manchester (2007), Zürich (2008) and Edinburgh (2009). The workshop addresses researchers from numerical analysis and stochastics as well as applications in science and engineering. |

06.09.2010 - 07.09.2010 |
Workshop on Compressed Sensing, Sparsity and Inverse Problems | TU Braunschweig (DE) | When retrieving information from given data, one crucial point is the choice of an adequate data model. One model that stands out as quite simple yet very important is the model which is based on sparse description of the data. This model has attracted huge interest in the past decade resulting in many breakthroughs in several areas ranging from pure and applied mathematics to computational sciences as well as many applications. |

23.08.2010 - 27.08.2010 |
Zurich Summerschool 2010: Sparse Tensor Discretizations of High-Dimensional Problems | ETH Zürich (CH) | THEMES: * Low rank approximations in numerical linear algebra * Adaptivity in tensor discretizations * Hyperbolic cross and sparse grid approximation * Regularity of high-dimensional PDE problems * Complexity of sparse approximation methods * Low rank discretizations of operator equations APPLICATIONS: * PDE sensitivity on high-dimensional parameter spaces * Stochastic partial differential equations * High-dimensional transport equations * Electron structure calculations |

26.07.2010 - 30.07.2010 |
6th International Conference on Lévy Processes: Theory and Applications | TU Dresden (DE) | The Sixth International Conference on Lévy Processes: Theory and Applications will be hosted by the Department of Mathematics of the Technical University of Dresden. The Conference will focus on recent developments in the theory of Lévy and jump processes and their applications. There will be invited talks and poster sessions. |

22.07.2010 - 24.07.2010 |
Satellite Summer School on Lévy Processes: Theory and Applications | TU Braunschweig (DE) | The Satellite Summer School to the Sixth International Conference on Lévy Processes: Theory and Applications will be hosted by the Institute of Mathematical Stochastics of the Technical University of Braunschweig. The following four lecture series, each of about 5x45 minutes, will be given: David Applebaum (Sheffield): Introduction to Lévy processes. Claudia Klüppelberg (Munich): Risk modelling with jump processes. Szymon Peszat (Warsaw): Stochastic differential equations with Lévy noise. Yimin Xiao (Michigan): Sample path and fractal properties of Lévy processes. |

27.05.2010 - 28.05.2010 |
Workshop on Nonlinear Approximation | Philipps-Universität Marburg (DE) | 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. |

22.02.2010 - 24.02.2010 |
GAMM-Seminar on Tensor Approximations and High-Dimensional Problems | MPI Leipzig (DE) | 26th GAMM-Seminar Leipzig on Tensor Approximations and High-Dimensional Problems |

30.09.2009 - 03.10.2009 |
Nonlinear and Adaptive Approximation | Schloss Reisensburg, Günzburg (DE) | A workshop in honor of Wolfgang Dahmen on the occasion of his 60th birthday. |

24.08.2009 - 28.08.2009 |
SPDEs: Modelling, Analysis, and Approximation | TU Darmstadt (DE) | Dieser Workshop zum Thema Stochastische Differentialgleichungen wird organisiert von Stephan Dahlke (Marburg), Stig Larsson (Chalmers), Klaus Ritter (Darmstadt), René Schilling (Dresden), Wilhelm Stannat (Darmstadt) und Jerzy Zabczyk (Warschau). Genauere Informationen folgen. |

16.02.2009 - 20.02.2009 |
High Dimensional Approximation | Sydney (AU) | Workshop High Dimensional Approximation 2009 (HDA09), University of New South Wales, Sydney |

25.01.2008 - 26.01.2008 |
GAMM-Seminar on Tensor Approximations | MPI Leipzig (DE) | 24th GAMM-Seminar Leipzig on Tensor Approximations |

10.12.2007 - 15.12.2007 |
Nonlinear and Adaptive Approximation in High Dimensions | Physikzentrum Bad Honnef (DE) | Workshop Nonlinear and Adaptive Approximation in High Dimensions, Physikzentrum Bad Honnef |

29.06.2007 - 30.06.2007 |
Nichtlineare Approximationsverfahren | TU Darmstadt (DE) | Vom 29.-30. Juni 2007 findet im Rahmen des Rhein-Main Arbeitskreises Mathematics of Computation an der TU Darmstadt ein Workshop zum Thema Nichtlineare Approximationsverfahren statt. Dies ist eine gemeinsame Veranstaltung mit dem Schwerpunktprogramm EqIS. Nähere Informationen zum Programm und zur Anreise finden Sie auf der Webseite des Arbeitskreises |

2014-11-04 17:51:00
Preprint #172: Weak convergence of finite element approximations of linear stochastic evolution equations with additive L{\'e}vy noise (M. Kov{\'a}cs, F. Lindner, R. L. Schilling)

2014-10-30 14:52:00
Preprint #171: Sparse high-dimensional FFT based on rank-1 lattice sampling (D. Potts, T. Volkmer)

2014-09-27 09:10:00
Preprint #170: Adaptation to lowest density regions with application to support recovery (T. Patschkowski, A. Rohde)

2014-09-11 12:00:00
Preprint #169: A class of random functions in non-standard smoothness spaces (S. Dahlke, N. DÃ¶hring, S. Kinzel)

2014-07-25 19:17:00
SPP Abschlussband erscheint