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Madeira Math Encounters XXXIII
July – October 2007

 

Stochastic and Infinite Dimensional Analysis, Spectral GraphTheory

 

Topics:

Dynamics of Networks, - how theygrow; identification of suitable models to describe the research networks

Dynamics on Networks, - howinformation can flow on the

Structure of Networks, - cliques,communities, visual representations.

 

Participants will include:

Prof.  Nicolai V. Krylov,University of Minnesota, USA

Fields of  Research: Stochastic Partial DifferentialEquations and Applications

Dates: 17 to 26 July 2007

Prof.  Giuseppe Da Prato, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Fields of  Research: StochasticPDEs

Dates: 17 to 29 July 2007

Prof.  Michael Röckner, Bielefeld University, Germany

Fields of  Research: StochasticAnalysis, Dirichlet forms, Markov processes, infinite dimensional diffusion processes.

Dates: 17 to 31 July 2007

Dr. Shun-Xiang Ouyang, Bielefeld University, Germany

Fields of Research:

Dates: 17 to 31 July 2007

Dr. Wei Liu, Bielefeld University, Germany

Fields of Research: Stochastic partial differential equations and applications; Functional inequalities and applications

Dates: 17 to 31 July 2007

Prof. Bernhard Gittenberger, TU Wien

Fields of research: analytic combinatorics, stochastic processes in combinatorial structures

Dates: 30.07-13.08.2007

Prof. Matthias Dehmer, TU Wien

Fields of research: graph similarity measures, data mining

Dates: 6-13.08.2007

Dr. Florian Conrad, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Fields of Research: Langevin dynamics in continuous particle systems

Dates: 24.07-02.08.2007

Prof. Dr. Martin Grothaus,University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Fields of Research: Functional Analysis, Stochastic Analysis, Stochastic(Partial) Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics

Dates: 24.07-02.08.2007

Dr. Anna Vogel, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Fields of Research: Functional Analysis, Feynman integrals, White Noise Analysis

Dates: 24.07-02.08.2007

Prof. Ph. Blanchard, Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Fields of  Research: MathematicalPhysics, Analysis of  graphs,dynamical systems.

Dates: 30.07-06.08.2007

Dr. Sascha Delitzscher, Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Fields of  Research:

Dates: 02-09. 08.2007

Prof. Tyll Krueger, , Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Fields of Research: Random Graph, Dynamical Systems

Dates: 26.07-09. 08.2007

Dr. Andreas Krüger, Universität Bielefeld, Germany.

Fields of  Research: mathematical physics; NEMO; complex networks, clustering, weighted projection, network modelling, processes on networks - corruption/epidemics/knowledge transfer, gene tumor networks; continuum percolation; complex global culture

Dates: 03-15.08.2007

Prof. Rainer Siegmund-Schultze, Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Fields of Research: Probability Theory, Quantum Information, Branching Processes

Dates: 26.07-09. 08.2007

Dr. Peter Martin, ???, Germany

Fields of Research: Corruption dynamics

Dates: 26.07-09. 08.2007

Prof.  Dmitry Volchenkov, Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Fields of  Research: Networks, Spectral Analysis

Dates:  07-14.08.2007                                                                   

Prof. M. Barber, ARCS, Wien, Austria

Fields of  Research: Networks

Dates:  30 July to 13 August 2007

Prof. Barbara Heller-Schuh, Arcs, Wien, Austria

Fields of  Research: Comparison of the structure R&D collaboration networks in the European Framework Programmes

Dates:  06-13 August 2007

 

Dr. Yanyan Lan, Universität Bielefeld, Germany.

Fields of Research: Random complex network and statistical learning theory

Dates: 07-14.08.2007

Dr. Dixin Zhang, Universität Bielefeld, Germany.

Fields of Research: Stochastic analysis and random complex network

Dates: 07-14.08.2007

Prof. André Lanka, TU Chemnitz, Germany

Fields of  Research: Spectral propertiesof random graphs

dates: 2-16.08.2007

Prof. Habib Ouerdiane, University of Tunis, Tunisia

Fields of  Research: Holomorphy in infinite dimensions, probability theory

Dates: 6 to 20 August 2007

Prof. Mohamed Erraoui, UniversityCadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Maroc

Fields of  Research: Probabilitytheory, Stochastic Backwards equations, Fractional calculus and applications.

Dates: 6 to 21 August 2007

Prof. T. Hida, Meijo University, Japan

Fields of  Research: White NoiseAnalysis and applications.

Dates:  03-13.10.2007.

Prof. Es-saky El Hassan, UniversityCadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Maroc

Fields of  Research: Quasi-linear parabolic SPDEs.

Dates: September 2007

Planned Lectures

Prof. Nicolai Krylov: “Stochastic partial differential equations in the whole space and half spaces in Sobolev function spaces”

Prof. Giuseppe Da Prato: "Introduction to Stochastic Analysis and Malliavin Calculus”

Talks

 

Prof. Michael Röckner: “Stochastic porous media equations: some recent results”

Schedule

Lectures takes place at Anfiteatro 1

 

 

 

Thurday 19, 2007

 

Prof. Nicolai Krylov, University of Minnesota, USA

 

Lecture I

Time: 10:00h

 

Friday 20, 2007

 

Prof. Giuseppe Da Prato, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Lecture I

 

Time: 10:00h

 

Dr. Wei Liu, Bielefeld University, Germany

 

Title: Some Properties for SPDE with Monotone coefficients

 

Time: 11:30h

 

Monday 23, 2007

 

Prof. Nicolai Krylov, University of Minnesota, USA

 

Lecture II

 

Time: 10:00h

 

Dr. Shun-Xiang Ouyang, Bielefeld University, Germany

Title: Harnack Inequality for SDE

Time: 11:30h

 

Tuesday 24, 2007

 

Prof. Giuseppe Da Prato, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Lecture II

Time: 10:00h

 

Wednesday 25, 2007

 

Prof. Nicolai Krylov, University of Minnesota, USA

Lecture III

Time: 10:00h

 

Thursday 26, 2007

 

Prof. Giuseppe Da Prato, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Lecture III

Time: 10:00h

 

Friday 27, 2007

 

Prof. Giuseppe Da Prato, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Italy

Lecture IV

Time: 10:00h

 

Monday 30, 2007

 

Prof. Michael Röckner, Bielefeld University, Germany

Title: Stochastic porous media equations: some recent results

Time: 10:00h

 

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Madeira Math Encounters XXXII
March – April 2007

 

Participants to include:

Prof.Dr. M. Grothaus, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 7 March to 14 March

Dr_. Anna Vogel, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 7 March to 14 March

 

Lectures

 

 

 

Tuesday, 13 March

14:30 –Prof. Dr. Matin Grothaus

 “Ergodicity and rate ofconvergence for a non-sectorial fiber lay-down process”

 

16:00 – Dr_. Anna Vogel

“Construction of Feynman integrands for holomorphicpotentials using the Doss-approach

 

 

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Madeira Math Encounters XXXI
July – Oct  2006

Stochastics, Networks, Infinite Particle Systems

Participants to include:

Prof. Dr. M. R_ckner , Univ. Bielefeld

Dates: 16th July to 23thJuly

Fields of Research: StochasticAnalysis, IDA, Stochastic and Deterministic PDE

Prof.Dr. John Clark, Washington Univ. St. Louis, USA

Dates: 23th  July to 6th August

Fields of Research: Quantum control, quantumcomputing, many-body physics, and neural networks

Prof. Dr. Yong Moon Park,

Dates: 16th  July to 22th July

Dipl. math. Sven Wiesinger,

Dates: 18th  July to 25th July

Profa. Dra. Maria Jo_o Oliveira, Univ. Aberta de Lisboa

Dates:21th  July to 23thJuly

Prof. Dr. MichaelBarber, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates:31th  July to 14th August

Prof.Dr. M. Grothaus, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 10th August to 22thAugust

Dra. Vogel, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 10th August to 22thAugust

Prof. Dr.Philippe Blanchard, Phys. Dept. Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 04th to 10th October

Fieldsof Research: Math. Phys., Open Quantum Systems, Complex Systems.

Prof. Dr. Max-Olivier Hongler, EPFL, Lausanne,Switzerland

Dates: 05th to 14th July October

Fields of Research: Production Engineering

Prof. Dr. Roger Filliger, EPFL, Lausanne,Switzerland

Dates: 5th to 25thOctober

Prof. Dr. Gallay,

Dates: 05th to 14th July October

Prof. Dr. Luis V_zquez,  Univ. Madrid, Spain

Dates: 9th to 11thOctober

Fields of Research: Nonlinearwaves, Stochastic processes, Numerical Simulations, Fractional Calculus,Astrobiology

Prof. Dr. Tyll Krueger, Univ.Bielefeld and Max-Planck-Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig,Germany

Dates: 28st September to 12thOctober

Fields of Research: Random graphs and Networks

Prof. Dr. MichaelBarber, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates:04th  October to 11th October
 

 

Lectures

 

Saturday, 04 August

12:00 –12:30 - Michael Barber

 “Ion channels: noise, precision, andfunctional diversity”

 

11:00 –12:00 – John W. Clark

“TheBrain_s View of the Natural World in Motion: Motion-Contrast Computationwithout Directionally Selective Motion Detectors”

 

Monday,14 August

10:00 –11:00 – Vogel

“TheFeynman Integrand for Non-Perturbative Accessible Potentials”

 

Friday, 06 October

9:30 – Philippe Blanchard

“ Spectral Graph theory, a compact course”

 

11:00 – Olivier Gallay

“Adding Waitaing Time Penalties to the Hotelling Model”

 

Monday, 09 October

9:30 – Philippe Blanchard

“Spectral graph theory, a compact course”

 

14:30 – Tyll Kruger

“Epidemic thresholds and network structure”

 

16:00 – Max-Hongler

“The “bullwhip” effect in supply chain”

 

Tuesday, 10 October

9:30 – Olivier Gallay

“Cooperative dynamics of loyal customers in queueingnetworks”

 

11:00 – Roger Filliger

“Explicit Gittins Indices for a class of super-diffusiveprocesses”

 

14:30 – Luis V_zquez

“Numerical Study of Fractional evolution-diffusion Diraclike equations”

 

 

 

          

 

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Madeira Math Encounters XXX
March – April  2006

Infinite Dimensional Analysis – Networks– Applications

 

Participants to include:

Prof. Yuri Kondratiev, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates:  16th to 23th March

Fieldsof Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysis

Prof . Yuh-Jia Lee, National University of Kaohsiung,Taiwan

 

Dates:  5th March to 5thApril

 

Field of Research: With noise analysis

 

Prof. Tobias Kuna, Bielefeld University, Germany

Dates: 18thMarch to 30th March

Fields of Research: InfiniteDimensional Analysis and Math. Phys.

Profs. Chrs. and V.Bernido, Research Centerfor Theoretical Physics, Jagna, Philippines

Dates: 6th March to 28thMarch

Fields of Research: Path Integrals

Profa. Maria Jo_o Oliveira,  Universidade Aberta, CMAF, Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal

Dates: 18th to 29th March

Fieldsof Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Applications

Prof. Dinkar C. Khandekar, Theoretical Physics Division, BARC, Trombay _ndia

Dates: 13th  March to 05th April

Fields of Research: Path Integrals

Prof. Thomas Roediger-Schluga, Austrian ResearchCenters, Seibersdorf, Austria

Dates: 6 th to 13th March

Fields of Research: Networks

Prof.Bruno Cessac, INLN,Univ. Nice, Fran_a

Dates:6th to 12th March

Fields of Research: Self-organizedcriticality neural networks and Dynamical systems

Prof. Manfred Paier, ArcsSystem Research, Vienna

Dates: 6nd to 13th March

Fields of Research: : Networks

 

Lectures

 

Tuesday, 07 March

14:30 – Oleg Strogan

“Learning by Diologue: An Agent-Based Model – StudentsSearch Teachers”

 

Friday, 10 March

10:00 - Manfred Paier

“Role Models in Collaboration Networks”

 

Tuesday, 21 March

14:00 – Christopher C. Bernido

“Entropy and Chirality in Protein Folding: A With Noise PathIntegral Approach”

 

15:00 – M. Victoria C. Bernido

“Feynman Integrals with General Boundary Conditions: Their Constructionin Term of With Noise”

 

16:00 – Yuh-Jia Lee

“An_lisis of Stable Withe Noise Functionals and RelatedProblems”

 

 

 

 


Madeira Math Encounters XXIX
July/Oct 2005

  Infinite Dimensional Analysis, Networks and Mathematical Topicsin Quantum Control and Quantum Entanglement

Participants to include:

Luis V_zquez,  Univ. Madrid, Spain

Dates: 4th to 9th October

Fields of Research: Nonlinearwaves, Stochastic processes, Numerical Simulations, Fractional Calculus,Astrobiology

CarlosAguirre, Univ. Madrid, Spain

Dates: 4th to 9th October

Fields of Research: ComplexNetworks, Computational Neuroscience, Complex Systems, Neural Networks

PedroPascual, Univ. Aut_noma de Madrid, Spain

Dates: 4th to 9th October

Fields of Research: ComplexNetworks, Nonlinear Dynamics, Pattern analysis

Thomas Deck, Mannheim, Germany

Dates: 6th to 13th October

Fields of Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysis

Rui Vilela Mendes, GFM, Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal

Dates:   3rd to 9th October

Fields of research: Complex Systems(Neural Networks, Learning Processes and Self-Organization).

PhilippeBlanchard, Phys. Dept. Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 1st to 7th October

Fieldsof Research: Math. Phys., Open Quantum Systems, Complex Systems.

Max-Olivier Hongler, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

Dates: 2nd t to 9thOctober

Fields of Research: Production Engineering

Yuri Kondratiev, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

Dates:  1st-10th August

Fieldsof Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysis

O.Kutoviy,Univ.Bielefeld, Germany

Dates:  1st-14th August

Fieldsof Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysis

Roger Filliger, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

Dates: 1st -31th July, 1stSptember to 10th October

Fieldsof Research: Production Engineering

 Boris Rozovsky, USC, LosAngeles, USA

Dates:  1stto 10th August

Fields of Research: Stochastic processes andrandom fields

 Vasyl Ustimenko, University of Kiev Mohyla Academy,Ukraine

 

Dates: 1st   to 15th August

 

Fields of Research: explicitconstruction of small world expanding networks, graphs of large girth withmemory and their crypto graphical properties, dynamical systems on graphs.

NobuakiObata, Graduate School of Information Sciences, TohokuUniversity, Sendai, Japan

Dates: 29th July to15th August

Fields of Research: Quantum probability and spectralanalysis of networks

YoussefOuknine, Univ. Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco

Dates: 1st-15thAugust

Fields of Research:Stochastic Analysis

Yuh-Jia Lee, National University of Kaohsiung,Taiwan

 

Dates: 13thAugust to 4th September

Martin Grothaus, Univ. Kaiserslautern, Germany

Dates: 4th-18th August

Fieldsof Research: Infinite DimensionalAnalysis

Tobias Kuna, Rutgers University, USA

Dates: 25th Julyto 5th August

Fields of Research:Infinite Dimensional Analysis and Math. Phys.

JohnClark, Washington Univ. St. Louis, USA

Dates: 20th July to 10th August

Fieldsof Research: Quantum control, quantum computing, many-body physics, and neuralnetworks, Proposed Talk: “Toward an understanding
of the entanglement properties of quantum many-body wave functions”

MarkByrd, SouthernIllinois University, USA

Dates: 25th July to 8th  August

Fieldsof Research: Quantum Information and Computation, Proposed Talk: “Properties of qutrit states”

V.M.Akulin, Aime CottonLab, Orsay, France

Dates: 23rd  July to 3rd August

Fieldsof Research: Quantum Information, Proposed talk: “Characterization and Dynamics of theEntanglement based on Nilpotent Polynomials”

V.Kravtsov, ICTP,Italy

Dates: 23rd July to 30th July

Fieldsof Research: formationand properties of galaxies, galaxy clusters, and large-scale structure,numerical methods; parallel algorithms; large supercomputer simulations, Proposed talk: “Statistical Theory of ComplexSpectra and Fermionic Ensembles under time-dependent perturbations”
 

V. Yudson, Institute of Spectroscopy of the RussianAcademy of Sciences

 

Dates: 23rd July to 30thJuly

 

Fieldsof Research: Quantum Information, Proposed talk: “Method of generating function for descriptionof Complex Quantum Systems and Quantum entanglement”
 

Igor Lerner, University of Birmingham, UK

 

Dates: 23rd July to 30thJuly

 

Fieldsof Research:TBA, Proposed talk: "Decoherence of Qubit due to Background ChargeFluctuations"..

A.Mandilara, WashingtonUniversity in St.Louis, USA

Dates: 23rd July to 9th August

Fieldsof Research: Quantum Information, Proposed talk: “How known Invariant, Measures and monotones ofMultipartite Entanglement related to the coefficients of the NilpotentPolynomials”

Manfred Paier, ArcsSystem Research, Vienna

Dates:2nd to 9th August

Tyll Krueger, Univ.Bielefeld, Germany

Dates: 21st July to 4th August

Fields of Research: Random graphs and Networks

Maria Jo_o Oliveira, GFM, Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal

Dates: August

Fields of Research: Infinite Dimensional Analysisand Applications

Thomas Roediger-Schluga, Austrian ResearchCenters, Seibersdorf, Austria

Dates: 1st to 8th August

Fields of Research: Networks

 

QUANTUM CONTROL ANDQUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT
August 2005

 

 

Lectures

Wednesday,3rd August

10:00    Prof  NobuakiObata, Graduate School of Information Sciences, TohokuUniversity, Sendai, Japan

“ Asymptotic Spectral Analysis of growinggraphs”


Thursday 4thAugust

10:00    Prof T Kuna,RutgersUniversity, USA

Friday 5th August

 

10:00    Prof Y Kondratiev, Univ. Bielefeld, Germany

“Stochastic dynamics of interacting particle systems incontinuum I”

 

11:15    Dr O. Kutoviy, Univ. Bielefeld,Germany

“ On non-equilibrium Glauber dynamics”

 

Monday 8th August

 

10 :00  Prof B. Rozovsky I, USC, Los Angeles,USA

 

1.              ProfY. Kondatiev II

 

Tuesday9th August

 

10:00    Prof B Rozovsky II

11:15    Profa  M.J.Oliveira, GFM, Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal

 

“ Some classes of Markov processes onconfiguration spaces and related quasi-particle dynamics”

 

Wednesday10th August

 

10:00    Prof N.Obata II

11:15    Dr M.J.Barber, CCM, University of Madeira

 

“The network of EU research collaborations”

 

1.              Prof  VasylUstimenko, Universityof Kiev- Mohyla Academy, Ukraine & Univ. Marie-Curie Selodowska (Poland)

 

 “Dynamical systems on graphs with memory and theirapplications ”

 

Wednesday17th August

 

10:00    Prof  Yuh-JiaLee, NationalUniversity of Kaohsiung, Taiwan

 

 

 “Levy white noise measures oninfinite dimensional space ”

 

 

July 2005

 

Lectures


          
Wednesday, 27 July

10:00-10:45      A. Mandilara(Washington University, St. Louis)
                   How knowninvariant measures and monotones of multipartite entanglement are related tothe coefficients of nilpotent polynomials - An introduction

10:45-11:00      Discussion

11:00-11:30      Break

11:30-12:15      V. M. Akulin(Aime Cotton Lab, Orsay)
                   Characterizationand dynamics of entanglement based on nilpotent polynomials

12:15-12:30      Discussion

12:30-2:00       Lunch

2:00-2:45         V.Yudson (Institute of Spectroscopy, Russian Academy of Sciences)
                   Generatingfunction method for description of complex quantum systems and quantumentanglement

2:45-3:00         Discussion

3:00-3:30         Break

3:30-4:15         T.Krueger (University of Bielefeld)
                   Quantumalgorithmic complexity and Brudno's theorem

4:15-5:00         Discussion


Thursday, 28 July

10:00-10:45      M. Byrd (SouthernIllinois University, Carbondale)
                   Properties ofqutrit states

10:45-11:00      Discussion

11:00-11:30       Break

11:30-12:15      I. Lerner(University of Birmingham, UK)
                   Decoherenceof qubits due to background charge fluctuations

12:15-12:30      Discussion

12:30-2:00       Lunch

2:00-2:45         V.Kravtsov (ICTP, Trieste)
                   Statisticaltheory of complex spectra and fermionic ensembles under time-dependentperturbations

2:45-3:00         Discussion

3:00-3:30         Break

3:30-4:15         J.W. Clark (Washington University, St. Louis)
                   Towardan understanding of the entanglement properties of quantum many-body wavefunctions

4:15-5:00         Discussion

 

MadeiraMath Encounters XXVIII
March 2005

  INFINITE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
AND APPLICATIONS

Participants included:

Philippe Blanchard, Physics Dept. Bielefeld University, Germany
From:  2/3/2005 to 9/3/2005

Fields of research: Mathematical Physics -Open Quantum Systems, Complex systems

Rui Vilela Mendes, GFM, Univ. of Lisbon, Portugal
From:  28/2/2005-6/3/2005

Fields of research: Complex Systems (NeuralNetworks, Learning Processes and Self-Organization).

Max-Olivier Hongler, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

From: 28/2/2005 to 5/3/2005

Fields of Research: Production Engineering

Roger Filliger, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

From: 26/2/2005-12/3/2005

Fields of Research: Production Engineering

Bruno Cessac, INLN, Univ. Nice, France

From: 7/3/2005-13/3/2005

Fields of Research: Self-organized criticality, Neuralnetworks and Dynamical systems.

Frits Wiegel, Netherlands

From: 7/3/2005-19/3/2005

Fields of Research: Mathematical Models of the ImmuneSystem

Eva Buchinger, Vienna, Austria

From: 7/3/2005-14/3/2005

 

Lectures

 

Friday 11th March 2005

11.00 “Brownian movement and B-cells”

 

Animprovised talk given by Professor Frits Wiegel from the Netherlands.

Tuesday 8th March 2005

10.00 Barber: Continued Modeling of Communication andInnovation

Thursday3rd March  2005:

 

9.00-10.00 Filliger (I): An explicit multi-scale analysis for a simpletraffic model

 

10.00-11.00 Mendes(I): Networks:Structure and Dynamics

 

11h30-12.30 Blanchard: TBA

 

 

2.00-3.00 Hongler: Soluble models forpopulation dynamics and evolutionary games

 

3.00-4.00 Streit: Jumping fleas: A simple dynamicalmodel on configuration space

 

4.30-5.30 Mendes(II): Aprobabilistic operator symbol for quantum information

List of participants2005

Since1991 the Universidadeda Madeira has been hosting extended workshops twice a year in themathematical sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Computation...) with the twofoldgoal of stimulating local and collaborative research in these fields and ofoffering in Madeira an open international forum for scientific exchange.

List ofparticipants (2004)

Recent workshops include:

MadeiraMath Encounters XXVII
July 23 - October 15, 2004

  NETWORKS, STOCHASTIC ANALYSIS,
PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

 

Friday 8th Oct. 2004

 

LuisV_zquez: A Meteorological Station for Mars  

 

Carlos Aguirre: Dynamics and Coding of a biologically motivated network

 

Thomas Deck: Drift Estimation for SDE_s with and without measurement noise

 

Lectures on: Brownian Motors, Ratchetsand Games  - Theory and applications

 

 


A strong viewon actual and potential applications is important. In addition, contributionsoriented towards self-organization phenomena and complex systems are alsowarmly welcome.

 

BrownianRatchets and Games.

 

Organization ofLectures 04-06 Oct. 2004

Monday 04 Oct. 2004

 

Filliger (I): Relative Entropy and Efficiency Measure fordiffusion-mediated transport processes.

 

Hongler:Noise induced transport in multiagent systems.

 

Blanchard: Complex networks, random graphs: structure andfunction.

 

Reimann (I): Applications of ratchets and open questions.  

 

 

Tuesday 05 Oct. 2004

 

Van denBroeck (I): Maxwell Demons

 

Parrondo (I): Paradoxical games

 

Van den Broeck (II): Primary Parrondo Parados

 

“Table ronde”

 

 

Wednesday06 Oct. 2004 

 

Parrondo (II): Efficiency of Brownian Ratchets

 

Reimann (II): Applications of Ratchets and open questions

 

RuiVilela Mendes(I): Dynamics and coding of abiologically-inspired network

 

Filliger (II): Merge systems in Production Planning

 

 

Contacts:
Ludwig Streit
CCM – Universidade da Madeira
Campus Universit_rio da Penteada
9000-390 Funchal

FAX: +351 291 705189
PHONE: +351 291 705181
e-mail:
ccm@uma.pt

Previous workshops:

 

MadeiraMath Encounters XXVI
March 20 - April 15, 2004

STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF NETWORKS

Among the participants were:

Philippe Blanchard, Physics Dept. BielefeldUniversity, Germany
From:  25.03. To: 29.03.2004
Fields of research: Mathematical Physics - Open Quantum Systems, Complexsystems.

Eva Buchinger, Austrian ResearchCenters Seibersdorf
From:  20.03. To: 26.03.2004
Fields of research: Complex Networks and Probabilistic Aspects of QuantumPhysics and Disordered Systems.

Bruno Cessac, INLN, Universityof Nice
From:  20.03. To: 26.03.2004
Fields of research: Self-organized Criticality, Neural Networks andDynamical Systems.


 

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