A three day workshop on the occasion of the beginning of Prof. Peter Schröder's Einstein Visiting Fellowship in the DGD group at TU Berlin. Bringing together renowned pan-European researchers in Computer Graphics, Geometry, Computer Vision, Physical Modeling, and their mathematical foundations, the workshop aims to enliven the dialog at the interstices between diverse areas to birth future advances beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries.
The young researchers of the SFB/TRR 109 will meet in Erfurt from March 5-7. The three days will be filled with scientific discussions, networking, and informal scientific exchange.
The annual DGD Days on "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics" will be held this year in the Science and Study Center of the TU München, located in the former Cistercian Monastery of Raitenhaslach in Bayern. The DGD Days program is organized with presentations of key themes in the mornings and with workshops and research exchange groups in the afternoons, providing ample opportunity for discussion and exchange.
The workshop will offer a unique opportunity for intensive scientific exchange between researchers of the cooperative projects and guests of the SFB TRR109 „Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics“. The goal is to press ahead research of SFB groups from the various institutions and to finalize joint publications of researchers from different projects and places.
The 2016 edition of the annual DGD days on "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics" will take place in Berlin on October 10-14. At the beginning of our second funding period, the DGD days 2016 will give our young investigators and new projects an opportunity to present their research within the SFB/Transregio. We are also very pleased to announce as our plenary speaker Prof. Dr. Bernd Sturmfels from U.C. Berkeley Mathematics. The DGD days program is organized in presentations and a framework of free time providing opportunities for ongoing discussions and exchange.
Geometry of smooth and discrete surfaces is an actively developing research area in mathematics. The aim of this workshop is to discuss recent developments in this area. The workshop is open to everyone interested in the field and will also be broadcast live to the Zentrum Mathematik at the TU München, Seminarroom 02.06.011
Workshop of the SFB TRR109 „Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics“. The participants should get the possibility to finalize existing open SFB group based research projects. The goal is joint publications of researchers from different projects/places.
Being half way through our first funding period, this workshop will give a unique opportunity to present our scientific work with the results achieved in the projects of the SFB/Transregio "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics" and to intensify our exchange about it.The workshop is structured as a varied program of presentations, enabling deeper insight into the research work of your colleagues, as well as a framework of free time in which discussions and exchange can develop.
Workshop of the SFB TRR109 „Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics“.
The participants should get the possibility to finalize existing open SFB group based research projects. The goal is joint publications of researchers from different projects/places.
The workshop will offer a unique opportunity for intensive scientific exchange amongst the researchers of the individual projects and the participating universities of the SFB TRR109, away from the distractions of everyday-operations at your university. The workshop is structured as a varied programme of talks and presentations, enabling deeper insight into the research work of your colleagues, as well as a framework of free time in which discussions and exchange can develop as required.
Workshop on "Delaunay Geometry: Polytopes, Triangulations, and Spheres"
DRX researchers with backgrounds in architecture, engineering, mathematics and computer science will explore novel design strategies for the design of high-rise structures.
This is the kick-off event in Berlin.
The workshop is part of the Collaborative Research Centre SFB/TRR 109 „Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics“.
The main goal is to bring together researchers from the fields of geometry and dynamics and from different research institutions involved in the new research center SFB/TRR109 but also to create interest for the topic amongst graduate students. Besides the presentation of topics related to the different projects the possibility to informally meet and discuss research during the workshop will enhance the cooperation within but also outside the defined research projects in the future.
This was the third Discrete Differential Geometry conference at Oberwohlfach.
The subject has evolved significantly since its beginning a decade ago. This year’s
conference highlighted advances in new areas: in discrete exterior calculus and
cluster algebras in geometry, as well as in some older ones: discrete uniformization,
polyhedra, applications to PDE.