Workshops, Seminars, Schools

Within the SFB we will organize annual workshops, seminars and schools on themes related to the topics of the SFB for all the SFB participants. These will help to continue existing and to create new collaborations within the SFB and with external cooperators. Invited senior scientists shall participate at these workshops and the young researchers, who are employed by the SFB, will have the opportunity to present their results. In this context they will have a forum to exchange ideas, as well as to discuss scientific problems with the (senior) participants at the workshops, from within and outside the SFB.

The summer schools will mainly be targeted at PhD students and Postdocs. A small number of selected lecturers, in part members of the SFB, in part invited experts, will present lecture courses on recent developments and will be available for scientific exchange with the participating (mainly) young researchers.

Next Events

  • Online talk series

From June 2020 until the end of 2020 (break August 2020) we will organise a series of online talks. A number of speakers will offer single lectures or workshops depending on the topic. We will post the list of speakers, topics, dates of the Zoom-talks on this website.

The SFB Members will automatically receive the Link to the Zoom-talk at 12.00 on the day of the talk.

If you are not an SFB Member but you are interested in following a Zoom - talk, please send an email to officeSFB@jku.at and we will send you the link to the talk.

Organisers: Benjamin Eichinger, Aicke Hinrichs
Local organiser: Lucia Del Chicca

The talk series is partly funded by Austrian Science Fund FWF, Project No. J 4138-N32.

 

NEXT TALKS: 

    

     - Alex Kontorovich:

      21. October, 4:00 -5:00 pm and 5.30 -6:30 pm

      22. October, 4:00 -5:00 pm and 5.30 -6:30 pm

 

     - David Damanik, autumn 2020.

 

PREVIOUS TALKS:

  - Alexander Volberg:

Analysis on Hamming cube with Banach space targets (solution of Enflo's problem and more). Part 1. ;  Abstract

Analysis on Hamming cube with Banach space targets (solution of Enflo's problem and more). Part 2. ;  Abstract

 

   - Barry Simon:

Tales of Our Forefathers;  Abstract,  Slides,  Video

Spectral Theory Sum Rules, Meromorphic Herglotz Functions and Large Deviations;  AbstractSlidesVideo

Poncelet’s Theorem, Paraorthogonal Polynomials and the Numerical Range of Compressed GGT matrices;  AbstractSlidesVideo

The Tale of a Wrong Conjecture: Borg’s Theorem for Periodic Jacobi Matrices on Trees;  AbstractSlidesVideo

 

   - James Maynard: 

Introduction to the Duffin-Schaeffer problem;  Abstract

Introduction to GCD graphs;  Abstract

Properties of GCD graphs;  Abstract

Finishing up and overview;  Abstract

Previous Events

  • Aicke Hinrichs is co-organizer of the Oberwolfach Seminar "New Perspectives and Computational Challenges in High Dimensions" (Oberwolfach, February 2-8, 2020)

                  

  • Sumaia Saad Eddin and Lisa Kaltenböck are the organizers of the Workshop "Arithmetik an der A7: zu Gast in Linz", Linz, January 29-31, 2020. Here you can find more details:           

              - Schedule

              - Information about the workshop

  • Aicke Hinrichs is co-organizer of the Dagstuhl Seminar "Algorithms and Complexity for Continuous Problems"  (Dagstuhl, August 18-23, 2019)
  • SFB Kooperationsworkshop, Neufelden, 25-27.09.2019
    • Peter Kritzer is Co-organizer of the special session "Algorithms for high-dimensional approximation (and integration) problems" (July 3, 2018) at the 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi - Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France, (July 1-6, 2018), http://mcqmc2018.inria.fr/program/.
    • Aicke Hinrichs is Co-organizer of the special session "Dispersion and Applications" (July 4, 2018) at the 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi - Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France, (July 1-6, 2018), http://mcqmc2018.inria.fr/program/.
    • Friedrich Pillichshammer is Co-organizer of the special session "Low discrepancy sequences and point sets - devoted to the 80th birthday of Henry Faure" (July 5, 2018) at the 13th International Conference in Monte Carlo & Quasi - Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing, Rennes, France, (July 1-6, 2018), http://mcqmc2018.inria.fr/program/.
    • SFB Kooperationsworkshop, Linz, 19-20.04.2018, program

               Raum: JKU, BR 5 (1. Stock, Unicenter, above the mensa)

    • Mini-symposium "Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methods" at the 19th ÖMG-DMV congress, Salzburg, September 11 - 15, 2017
    • Research Workshop on Lower Discrepancy Bounds, Linz, WS2016: Worhshop for SFB Members, Wednesday, 12:00-13:30, S0217
    • Reading Group on the polynomial Method with Oliver Roche-Newton, Linz, WS2016: Workshop, Thutsday, 10:00-11:00
    • SFB Mentoring - Modul 2: Mathematik! Verständlich! Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Rudolf Taschner (TU Wien) with the participation of Angelika Wienerroither MA (SN), Salzburg, 1-3.10.2015, program.
    • Open Problems Workshop with Prof. Beck, Linz, 18.06.2015, program
    • SFB Mentoring - Modul 1: Schreiben! Lernen!, Dr. Jennifer Allen (Berlin), Salzburg, 17-19.04.2015
    • SFB Kooperationsworkshop, Linz, 14.11.2014, program
    • SFB Seminar, Graz, 8-9.05.2014, pdf