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MIDS Seminar

The MIDS Seminar always takes place on Wednesdays at 10.30 am in room Georgianum-101
The following dates are planned:

  • April 24 2 pm: (Tuesday!): Martin Buhmann (Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen)
    "New multiquadric-type interpolation and on a regular domain"
  • April 29 - 4 pm (Monday!) Romanos Diogenes Malikiosis* (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
    "A linear programming approach to Fuglede's conjecture in ℤp3\mathbb{Z}^3_p"
  • May 08: Anton Kutsenko
    "Wave propagation through complex structures with sources and defects"
  • May 15: kein Seminar
  • May 22: Felix Voigtlaender
  • May 29: Dominik Stöger
  • June 05: John Benedetto (University of Maryland)
    and David Walnut (George Mason University)
  • June 12:
  • June 19:
  • June 26:
  • July 03: Mihalis Kolountzakis (University of Crete)
  • July 10:
  • July 17:

The speakers and the topics of the talks will always be published on this page in a timely manner. Please contact the organizers of the seminar if you have any questions.

Contact Persons
Marcel Oliver
Prof. Dr. Marcel Oliver
Holder of the chair of Applied Mathematics
Dr. Janin Jäger
Research Associate
Overview of past talks

Wintersemester 2023/24

  • October 18: Palina Salanevich (Utrecht University)
    "Graph Uncertainty Principle and Eigenvector Delocalization"
  • October 25: Raphael Schulz (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt) 
    "Fluid flow and reactive transport in evolving and clogging porous media"
  • November 08: Thomas Jahn (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
    "Constant width, completeness, and reducedness of convex bodies"
  • November 15: kein Seminar
  • November 22: Anton Kutsenko (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
    "Branching processes in random environments, asymptotic of the limit distribution"
  • November 29: Andreas Horst (Technical University of Denmark)
    "Inverse problems with Besov prior and Markov chain Monte Carlo methods"
  • December 04:
    Sam Buchanan (Toyota Technological Institute of Chicago)
    "Deep Networks and the Multiple Manifold Problem"
  • December 06: Friedrich Philipp (TU Ilmenau)
    "Koopman-based learning of dynamics with guarantees"
  • December 13: Bin Cheng (University of Surrey)
    "Near resonant approximation in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics"
  • December 20: Nadja Ray (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
    "Effective reactive flow and transport models"
  • Januar 12: Martin Schäfer (TU Chemnitz)
    "A Primer on Gate-Based Quantum Computing"
  • Januar 24: Khadeeja Afzal (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
    "An investigation of Nearly Geostrophic flows in Bounded domain"
  • Januar 31: Manjot Singh (LMU Munich)
    "Expressivity of Spiking Neural Networks through the Spike Response Model"
  • March 18: Florian Semrau (KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt)
    "A stochastic, particle based model for testing the impact of correlated representation error on data assimilation"

Sommersemester 2023

  • May 10: Maximilian Rötzer (FAU Erlangen)
    "Explicit, pore scale modeling of the influence of roots on soil aggregation"
  • May 17: Paul Geuchen
    "Optimal approximation using complex-valued neural networks"
  • May 24: David Walnut (George Mason University)
    "Extraction and splitting of Riesz bases of exponentials"
  • May 31: Andrei Caragea
    "More on hierarchical Riesz bases"
  • June 07: Frank Filbir (Helmholtz Center Munich)
    "Marcinkiewicz-Zygmund inequalities, sampling, and approximation of functions"
  • June 14: Svetlana Loza (Alfred Wegener Institut)
    "Combining sea-ice and ocean data assimilation with nudging atmospheric circulation in AWI Coupled Prediction System"
  • June 21: Marc Tiofack 
    "Deterministic and stochastic surrogate model for fast oscillatory motion"
  • June 28: Günther Wirsching
    "Quantum-Inspired Logic"
  • July 03: Yizhe Zhu
    "Effective Algorithms for Differentially Private Synthetic Data Generation"
  • July 05: no seminar
  • July 12: 
    10:15: Dr. Joerg Steinwagner (Verisk Atmospheric and Environmental Research)
    "Applied data assimilation - Wind for renewable energy production prediction"
    11:15: Prof. Akram Aldroubi (Vanderbilt University)
    "Transport Transforms for Machine Learning"
  • July 19: Martin Doss (FAU)
    "The Full Drying Process of a Colloidal Suspension: Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Simulations"

Wintersemester 2022/23

  • October 26: Thomas Jahn
    “On the optimal constants in the two-sided Stechkin inequalities”
  • November 02: Dominik Stöger
    “Algorithmic Regularization in Overparameterized Asymmetric Matrix Sensing beyond the lazy training regime”
  • November 08: Tijana Janjic
    “Data assimilation and conservation laws”
  • November 16: Anton Kutsenko
    "How random permutations create waves"
  • December 7: Hannes Matt
    "Banach gradient flows for various families of knot energies​​​​"
  • December 14: Yvonne Ruckstuhl
    "A test of an alternative approach for uncertainty representation in data assimilation"
  • December 21: Götz Pfander
    "Barron class functions and avoiding the curse of dimensionality in NN classification”
  • January 11: Karlheinz Gröchenig (University of Vienna)
    “Variable bandwidth and sampling theorems”
  • January 25: Wolfgang Utschick (TU München)
    “Bayesian Inference and Generative Models for Parameter Estimation in Wireless Communication System”
  • February 1: Simon Zech
    "Mechanistic, Integrative Multiscale Modelling of the Turnover of Soil Microaggregates"
  • February 8: Janin Jäger
    "Classes of non-radial kernels for interpolation on spheres and other compact Riemannian manifolds
  • March 10: Hans Feichtinger (University of Vienna) 
    “Fourier Standard Spaces”