TUM ICL Workshop

Cooperation between TUM and Imperial College London

23 December 2019
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Professor Christian Kühn from the Dynamical Systems Research Group is organising a workshop on 9 and 10 January 2020 in cooperation with Imperial College London (ICL).

The workshop will take place at the TUM Department of Mathematics: Forschungscampus Garching in room 00.07.014.

TUM ICL Workshop 2020: aims

The joint workshop between TUM Mathematics and Imperial College Mathematics provides a forum for exchange between the two departments with a strong focus on applied mathematics.

We aim to identify bridging topics, initiate collaborations and extend already established joint research efforts.

Schedule of the TUM ICL Workshop

TimeSpeakerUniversityTitle
08:45Christian KühnTUMWelcome
09:00Felix KrahmerTUMOn Unlimited Sampling
09:45Jeroen LambICLTowards a bifurcation theory for Random Dynamical Systems
10:30Coffee BreakFMI 
11:00Oliver JungeTUMComputing coherent sets in fluid flows using sparse and scattered data
11:45Richard CrasterICLThe Applications of Mathematics in Wave Physics
12:30LunchDining Hall FMI
14:00Michael UlbrichTUMNonlinear Optimization with PDE-Constraints, Nonsmoothness, and Uncertainties
14:45Dan CrisanICLWell-posedness for stochastic transport partial differential equations
15:30Coffee BreakFMI 
16:00TUM/ICL FacultyLooking Forward
19:00Conference DinnerRestaurant Garchinger Augustiner

TimeSpeakerUniversityTitle
09:00Mathias DrtonTUMParameter Identification in Structural Equation Models
09:45Eva Maria GraefeICLDynamics of Gaussian states generated by non-Hermitian Schrödinger and Lindblad equations in the semiclassical limit
10:30Coffee BreakFMI 
11:00Elisabeth UllmannTUMOn multilevel estimators
11:45Johannes Muhle-KarbeICLEquilibrium asset pricing with frictions
12:30LunchDining Hall FMI
14:00End of the Workshop 

Further information is available at TUM ICL Workshop 2020.