The aim of the workshop is to bring together young talented mathematicians working on the interface between Discrete and Continuum Variational Problems. In the talks and discussions, we address questions related to Discrete Geometric Flows, Geometric Rigidity, Scaling Laws for Microstructures, Variational Models in Crystal Plasticity, Spin Systems and Stochastic Homogenization.
Tentative Schedule (as of 27.07.2023)
For this workshop, young mathematicians from the universities of Münster, FAU Erlangen, Wien and TU München as well as members of the SFB TRR109 come together to discuss topics in the field of Discrete and Continuum Variational Problems.
- Scientific Organisers: Marco Cicalese, Leonard Kreutz, Andrea Kubin (TU München)
- The workshop takes place from October 4 - 6, 2023 on the Garching Campus of the TU München.
- There is no official registration - please contact the scientific organisers should you wish to attend!
The workshop is generously supported by the DFG funded Collaborative Research Center 109 "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics".
The Garching Campus "Garching Forschungszentrum" can be reached by the U6 underground line from central Munich, or via bus from the S-Bahn metro stations Ismaning (S8 from Airport - Main Station),or from Neufahrn or Oberschleißheim (both S1 from Airport - Main Station).
Please see the website of the TUM Department of Mathematics for more information:
If you have requested accommodation during the workshop, you will be staying at the Hotel Hoyacker Hof in Garching:
Confirmed Participants to date:
Annika Bach, TU Eindhoven
Rufat Badal, FAU Erlangen
Marco Bresciani, FAU Erlangen
Luca Briani, TU München
Marco Cicalese, TU München
Jakob Deutsch, TU Wien
Janusz Ginster, HU Berlin
Rosella Giorgio, TU Wien
Tim Heilmann, TU München
Melanie Koser, HU Berlin
Andrea Kubin, TU München
Leon Happ, TU Wien
Camille Labourie, FAU Erlangen
Lennart Machill, Universität Münster
Roberta Marziani, TU Dortmund
Fumihiko Onoue, TU München
Gianluca Orlando, Politecnico di Bari
Samuele Riccò, TU Wien
Joscha Seutter, FAU Erlangen
Antonie Tribuzio, Universität Bonn
Piotr Wozniak, Universität Münster
Konstantinos Zemas, Universtiät Münster
Timo Ziereis, TU München