Johannes Diermeier, (Universität Bonn): Korn-Poincar’e-type inequalities and energy density for a subspace of $SBD^p$
Dez 8 @ 11:00 – 12:30

Vortrag in der Reihe: Arbeitsgemeinschaft ANGEWANDTE ANALYSIS
Specialized functions of bounded deformation are established
as an setting for elasticity problems in which deformations are allowed
to jump on some $(n-1)$-dimensional set.
We are interested in a specific subspace of these functions (in 2d), in
which we fix the possible direction of the jump set for each component.
In this setting we are able to provide different Korn-Poincar’e-type
estimates, independent of the size of the jump set.
We apply these estimates to approximate such functions with functions
that are smooth up to a jump set of finitely many segments and that
satisfy the same directionally constraint.

Workshop: Open Source Computer Algebra Research (OSCAR) (day 1)
Dez 11 @ 09:45 – 18:00

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Nihat Ay, (MPI MIS, Leipzig): Causal Inference II
Dez 11 @ 14:00 – 15:30
Workshop: Open Source Computer Algebra Research (OSCAR) (day 2)
Dez 12 @ 10:00 – 18:15

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Konrad Schmüdgen: Sophus Lie in Leipzig
Dez 13 @ 15:00 – 16:00
Henrik Schlichtkrull (Copenhagen): Lie groups, symmetric spaces and beyond
Dez 13 @ 16:30 – 17:30
Henrik Schlichtkrull (Copenhagen): Discrete series for real spherical spaces
Dez 14 @ 09:00 – 10:00
Jan Frahm (Erlangen): Symmetry breaking operators for strongly spherical reductive pairs
Dez 14 @ 10:30 – 11:30
Felix Pogorzelski (Leipzig): Quasicrystals beyond abelian groups
Dez 14 @ 11:40 – 12:40
Lorenz Schwachhöfer (Dortmund): Fröhlicher-Nijenhuis cohomology for manifolds with parallel forms
Dez 14 @ 14:30 – 15:30
Guillermo Restrepo, (MPI MIS, Leipzig): to be announced
Dez 14 @ 15:00 – 16:15
Ines Kath (Greifswald): Compact qoutients of Cahen-Wallach spaces
Dez 14 @ 15:30 – 16:30
Tobias Fritz, (MPI MIS, Leipzig): The mathematics of resource efficiency
Dez 14 @ 16:15 – 17:30

I will sketch how analogous structures involving resource efficiency come up in various contexts, including chemistry, information theory, thermodynamics, and the mixing of paint. The general mathematical theory behind this is the theory of ordered commutative monoids. Among the main tools provided by this theory is a characterization of asymptotic efficiency in terms of monotone functionals, with a potential strengthening to monotone semiring homomorphisms via a suitable Positivstellensatz from real algebraic geometry. I will explain inner-mathematical applications to asymptotic aspects of graph theory, representation theory, and majorization theory.

Christian Jaeckel (Sao Paulo/Erlangen): From modular localization to relativistic quantum physics
Dez 14 @ 17:10 – 18:10
Letzte Änderung: 15. Mai 2013