Summer School 2019

Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics

13 February 2019
Summer School 2019 "Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics"


This year, the Department of Mathematics will hold a Summer School in "Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics" from 22 to 26 July 2019. We invite Master's students, PhD students and postdocs whose interests are related to the topics of multiscale methods for ordinary and/or partial differential equations to participate. Please apply by 23 June 2019 (extended deadline)!

The Summer School "Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics" covers a broad spectrum of topics of current interest in the area. Therefore, four renowned mathematicians in the fields of geometric dynamics and multiscale analysis will present our lectures on a certain area of their expertise.

Speakers and topics of the Summer School 2019

  • Andrea Braides, Università di Roma "Tor Vergata":
    Geometric Flows on Lattices
  • Daniel Grieser, Universität Oldenburg:
    Scales, blow-up and quasimode constructions
  • Tere M-Seara, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya:
    Exponentially small splitting of separatrices: examples and techniques
  • Peter Szmolyan, Technische Universität Wien:
    Advances in Geometric Singular Perturbation Theory

Applications for the Summer School 2019

Please apply using our web form before 23 June 2019 (extended deadline). Further information on the topics, the schedule and support can be found under Summer School 2019.

There is no participation fee thanks to the generous support of the Collaborative Research Center "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics", the International School of Applied Mathematics (ISAM) and the Elite Program TopMath.