CRC 1173

CRC 1173

Understanding Wave Phenomena

Waves are everywhere, and understanding their behavior leads us to understand nature. The goal of CRC 1173 »Wave Phenomena« is therefore to analytically understand, numerically simulate, and eventually manipulate wave propagation under realistic scenarios by intertwining analysis and numerics.

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MATRIX-MFO Tandem Workshop

Our colleague Dorothee Frey is involved in the organization of a tandem workshop between MATRIX and MFO called Rough Wave Equations which will be in September.

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Doctoral Researcher position

We have an open Doctoral Researcher position within our project Stability and instability in fluids and materials lead by Christian Zillinger.

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Lectures

Today are starting the lectures of the summer term 2021. Take a look at the wide range of lectures that are related to the CRC.

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PDE seminar

Dr. Diogo Oliveira e Silva from the Univ. of Birmingham will give his talk Global maximizers for spherical restriction in our PDE seminar on April 8th, 2021.

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Oberwolfach Workshop »Geometric Numerical Integration«

This workshop is held from March 28th to April 3rd. It is a hybrid meeting.

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Annual Meeting 2021

We have developed a new format for this year's Annual Meeting 2021. We have focused to strengthen the cooperations between our projects. We are enthusiastic.

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Pop Math

There is a new platform called Pop Math collecting POPular events on MATHematics in Europe and making them in a nice way available for you. Have a look!

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Doctoral defenses

Tomorrow on February 24th two of our doctoral researchers, Benjamin Dörich and Jan Leibold, will defend their theses in the afternoon. We wish every success.