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Hier geht es zur Übersicht des Oberseminars Dynamics mit dem aktuellen und den vergangenen Semestern.

Referenten im Wintersemester 2019 / 2020

Datum Name Universität Titel
14.10.2019 Bảo Tăng Quốc KFUni Graz (AT) Quasi-steady-state approximation and fast reaction limit for volume-surface reaction-diffusion systems
21.10.2019 Amitai Linker TUM The contact process on stationary dynamic networks
28.10.2019 Esther Daus TU Wien (AT) Multi-species cross-diffusion population models: existence of solutions and derivation from underlying particle models
04.11.2019 Karel Kenens Uni Hasselt (BE) Gevrey asymptotic expansions for slow manifolds
11.11.2019 Carsten Chon EPFL (CH) The almost-sure asymptotic behavior of the solution to the stochastic heat equation with Lévy noise
18.11.2019 Pasha Tkachov GSSI (IT) On stability of traveling wave solutions for integro-differential equations related to branching Markov processes
18.11.2019 Jichen Yang Uni Bremen (DE) Spectral analysis and decay estimates for reaction-subdiffusion equations
03.12.2019 Yi-Ming Lai Nottingham Beyond networks: Master stability and pattern formation with graphons
09.12.2019 Marcel Braukhoff TU Wien (AT) Chemotaxis-consumption model and the importance of the boundary conditions
10.12.2019 Alexander Lohse Bremen Realizing directed graphs as heteroclinic networks
16.12.2019 Martin Schreiber TUM On Next-Generation Time Stepping Methods for Weather and Climate Simulations
16.12.2019 Merlin Pelz TUM (DE) Mathematical Analysis of a Multi-Scale Partial Differential Equation Model of Vegetation Pattern Formation in Dryland Ecosystems
13.01.2020 Mariya Ptashnyk Heriot Watt University (GB) Analysis of a free-boundary problems describing mechanical interactions in a multicellular system
27.01.2020 Edouard Strickler Inria Nancy (France) Random switching between vector fields sharing a common zero and applications to biology
03.02.2020 Marius Yamakou Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg Transitions between weak-noise-induced resonance phenomena in a multiple timescale neural system
24.02.2020 Peter Ashwin Exeter Tipping points of nonautonomous dynamical systems: from theory to application
02.03.2020 Raffaella Mulas MIS MPG Hypergraph Laplace Operators for Chemical Reaction Networks
11.03.2020 Gabriel Fuhrmann Imperial College (UK) tba
 
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