SFB Colloquium
During the semester, the SFB TRR109 organizes a colloquium which takes place every four weeks. The organization of the colloquium alternates between the TU Berlin and the TU Munich. The presentations are broadcast live from the hosting university to the partner university.
 Next Occurrence: 18.07.2017, 14:15  16:30
 Type: Seminar
 Location: TU Berlin and TU Munich
Contact: Ulrike Bücking (TUB) and Diane ClaytonWinter (TUM)
Room:
TU Berlin: MA 875, Mathematics Building, Strasse des 17. Juni 136, Berlin
TU Munich: Room 02.06.011, Boltzmannstr. 3, Garching
Time: Tuesdays 14:1516:30
Talks
06.02.2018
 14:15  16:30 TBA
09.01.2018
 14:15  16:30 TBA
12.12.2017
 14:15  16:30 TBA
21.11.2017

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
TBA,
Stephan Tillmann (The University of Sydney)
24.10.2017
 14:15  16:30 TBA
24.10.2017
 14:15  16:30 TBA
18.07.2017
 14:15  16:30 TBA
20.06.2017

14:15  15:15
(@ TUM)
Iterative refinement processes for manifoldvalued data,
Caroline Moosmüller (University of Passau)
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15:30  16:30
(@ TUM)
Nearoptimal quantization and encoding under various measurement models,
Rayan Saab (University of California, San Diego)
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23.05.2017

15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
A theoretical framework for the analysis of Mapper,
Mathieu Carrière (INRIA France)
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02.05.2017

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
Computing symplectic capacities combinatorially,
Michael Hutchings (UC Berkeley)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUB)
Abelian Higgs Vortices and Discrete Conformal Maps,
Ananth Sridhar (TU Berlin)
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07.02.2017

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Orientational order on surfaces  the coupling of topology, geometry and dynamics,
Axel Voigt (TU Dresden)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
Persistent homology for data: stability and statistical properties,
Frederic Chazal (INRIA France)
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10.01.2017

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
The hyperbolic geometry of Markov’s theorem on Diophantine approximation and quadratic forms,
Boris Springborn (TU Berlin)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
On the connection between A/D conversion and the roots of Chebyshev polynomials,
Felix Krahmer (TU München)
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13.12.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Atomistically inspired origami,
Richard D. James (University of Minnesota)
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15.11.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Salem numbers and discrete groups of automorphisms of algebraic surfaces,
Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor & John von Neumann Guest Professor @ Research Group Algebra, TUM)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUB)
Constant mean curvature surfaces in $\mathbb{R}^3$ with Delaunay ends and Hilbert's 21st problem,
Franz Pedit (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
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05.07.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
Schrödinger's Smoke,
Peter Schröder (Caltech)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUB)
News about confocal quadrics,
Yuri Suris (TU Berlin)
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31.05.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
Tire track geometry and the filament equation: results and conjectures,
Sergei Tabachnikov (Pennsylvania State University)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
Dynamic isoperimetry and Lagrangian coherent structures,
Gary Froyland (UNSW, Australia)
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24.05.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
An Introduction to Distance Preserving Projections of Smooth Manifolds,
Mark Iwen (Michigan State University)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUB)
Numerics of nonlinear Schrödinger equations on long time intervals,
Ludwig Gauckler (TU Berlin)
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19.04.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
On a discretization of Conley theory for flows in the setting of discrete Morse theory,
Marian Mrozek (Jageillonian University, Kraków)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
Stability and Approximations in Topological Data Analysis,
Magnus Bakke Botnan (TU München)
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02.02.2016

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Polyhedral Patterns,
Helmut Pottmann (TU Wien, John von Neumann Gastprofessor @ TUM)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
The flux integral revisited: the Lagrangian perspective,
Daniel Karrasch (TU München)
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08.12.2015

14:15  15:15
(@TUB)
On limit shapes and their integrability,
Nicolai Reshetikhin (UC Berkeley)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUB)
Surfaces containing two circles through each point,
Mikhail Skopenkov (NRU HSE, IITP RAS)
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10.11.2015

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Geometric YangBaxter maps in noncommuting variables, and their semicommutative reductions,
Adam Doliwa (University of Warmia and Mazury)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
The Ribbonlength of Knot Diagrams,
John Sullivan (TU Berlin)
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22.09.2015

14:15  15:15
(@TUM, live broadcast to TUB)
Domain Filling Circle Packings  Existence and Uniqueness,
David Krieg (TU Freiberg)
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15:30  16:15
(@TUM, live broadcast to TUB)
Molecular structures generated by discrete symmetries, Xray diffraction, and structure identification.,
Gero Friesecke (TU München)
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14.07.2015

14:15  15:15
(@TUM)
Interactive Visualization of 2D Persistent Homology,
Michael Lesnick (IMA, University of Minneapolis & Columbia University, NY)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
Cheeger constants and frustration indices for magnetic Laplacians on graphs and manifolds,
Norbert Peyerimhoff (University of Durham, UK)
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16.06.2015

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Algebraic entropy, a measure of complexity for rational discrete systems,
Claude Viallet (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Tiling of triplyperiodic minimal surfaces,
Myfanwy Evans (TU Berlin)
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19.05.2015

14:15  15:15
(@ TUM)
Confined elastic curves,
Matteo Novaga (Universitá di Pisa, John von Neumann Gastprofessor)
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15:30  16:30
(@TUM)
Dynamics of Discrete Screw Dislocations in SC, BCC, FCC and HCP crystals,
Lucia de Luca (TU München)
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21.04.2015

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Navigating the space of symmetric CMC surfaces,
Sebastian Heller (Universität Tübingen)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Tropical $(p,q)$homology and algebraic cycles,
Kristin Shaw (TU Berlin)
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10.02.2015

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Discrete variational mechanics in structurepreserving integration and optimal control,
Sina OberBlöbaum (Uni Paderborn/FU Berlin)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
The Chemical Master Equation as a discretization of the FokkerPlanck and Liouville equation for chemical reactions,
Alexander Mielke (WIAS Berlin)
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27.01.2015

14:15  15:15
(@ TUM)
What is the semiclassical limit of nonHermitian time evolution? ,
Roman Schubert (Bristol University, UK)
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15:30  16:30
(@ TUM)
Combinatorial Models for Random Matrices with Gaussian Entries,
Michael La Croix (MIT Massachusetts)
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13.01.2015

14:15  15:15
(TU München)
Signed graphs, nested set complexes and spines,
Carsten Lange (TU München)
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15:30  16:30
(TU München)
Approximation and Convergence of the Intrinsic Volume,
Herbert Edelsbrunner (IST Austria)
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16.12.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
A portrait of Arnold Diffusion,
Vassili Gelfreich (University of Warwick)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Hausdorff dimension in transcendental dynamics,
Dierk Schleicher (Jacobs University Bremen)
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18.11.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU München)
The Morse theory of Čech and Delaunay filtrations,
Ulrich Bauer (TU München)
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15:30  16:30
(TU München)
From Shapes to Shape Spaces,
Max Wardetzky (Universität Göttingen)
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21.10.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Munich)
The symplectic camel and the uncertainty principle,
Maurice de Gosson (Universität Wien)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Integer partitions from a geometric viewpoint,
Matthias Beck (San Francisco State University)
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24.06.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Universal aspects of geometric and algebraic integrability in Pluecker and Lie geometry,
Wolfgang Schief (University of New South Wales, Australia)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Munich)
The Geometry and Dynamics of Semiclassical Wave Packets,
Tomoki Ohsawa (University of MichiganDearborn, USA)
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27.05.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Munich)
Solving problems in algebraic geometry using applied mathematics,
Hartmut Monien (Universität Bonn)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Smoke Rings from Smoke,
Peter Schröder (Caltech)
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29.04.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Munich)
The multivariate HermiteLaguerre connection,
Caroline Lasser (TU München)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Munich)
Geometric Methods for the Approximation of Highdimensional Dynamical Systems,
Mauro Maggioni (Duke University, Durham)
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04.02.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
The RiemannHilbert Method,
Alexander Its (Indianapolis)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
Lattice Polygons and Real Roots,
Michael Joswig (TU Berlin)
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07.01.2014

14:15  15:15
(TU Munich)
Variational methods for lattice systems,
Marco Cicalese (TU München)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Munich)
Mean Field Sparse Optimal Control,
Massimo Fornasier (TU München)
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10.12.2013

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
The Euclidean Distance Degree,
Bernd Sturmfels (UC Berkeley and MPI Bonn)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Munich)
Cell Packing Structures,
Johannes Wallner (University Graz)
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12.11.2013

14:15  15:15
(TU Munich)
On a surface theory for quadrilateral nets,
Tim Hoffmann (TU München)
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15.10.2013

14:15  15:15
(TU Berlin)
Bianchi (hyper)cubes and a geometric unification of the Hirota and Miwa equations,
Wolfgang Schief (University of New South Wales, Australia)
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15:30  16:30
(TU Berlin)
The critical temperature for the Ising model on biperiodic graphs,
David Cimasoni (University of Geneva)
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02.07.2013

16:15  17:15
(TU Munich)
Rigidity of origami surfaces,
Ileana Streinu (Smith College, Northampton, USA)
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17:30  18:30
(TU Munich)
Rigidity and flexibility of periodic frameworks,
Ciprian S. Borcea (Rider University, Northampton, USA)
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04.06.2013

16:15  17:15
(TU Berlin)
Minimumcardinality triangulations of polytopes and manifolds,
Julian Pfeifle (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
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17:30  18:30
(TU Berlin)
Variational Time Discretization of Geodesic Calculus in Shape Space,
Martin Rumpf (Universität Bonn)
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07.05.2013

16:15  17:15
(TU Munich)
Linearizing Hilbert Nullstellensatz and the Orientability of Matroids,
Jesus de Loera (Univ. of California, Davis & John Neumann Gastprofessor, TU Munich)
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17:30  18:30
(TU Munich)
Complex matroids: rigidity and syzygies,
Jürgen RichterGebert (TU Munich)
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16.04.2013

16:15  17:15
(TU Berlin)
Discrete and continuous integrable systems on cluster varieties,
Vladimir Fock (Univ. Strasbourg)
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17:30  18:30
(TU Berlin)
Variational formulation of commuting Hamiltonian flows,
Yuri B. Suris (TU Berlin)
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