Hausdorff Forum for Interaction with Mathematical Sciences

The Hausdorff Forum is a new lecture series of the Hausdorff Center that highlights interdisciplinary mathematical research 

2017

Location: Lipschitz Saal

  • Jens Vygen (Uni Bonn): "Resource Sharing, Routing, Chip-Design"

Location: Lipschitz Saal

  • Markus M. Nöthen, Institute of Human Genetics (Bonn): "Genomic approaches as a basis for understanding multifactorial diseases"
  • Alois Kneip, Department of Economics (Bonn): "Methods for analyzing functional data"

2016

Location: tba

  • Sergei Gukov (CalTech/MPIM)

Location: tba

  • Martin Zirnbauer (Universität zu Köln)
  • Jakob Macke (Caesar)

Location: Lipschitz Saal

  • Jürgen Bajorath (Bonn, B-IT)
  • Leif Kobbelt (Aachen, Informatik)

Location: Lipschitz Saal

  • Stefan Wrobel (Bonn, Informatik/Fraunhofer): "Data Analytics in a Networked World" 
  • Leif Kobbelt (Aachen, Informatik)

Location: room no. 0.008

  • Hannah Mayer (Bonn, IAM): "A stochastic, individual-based model for immunotherapy of cancer"
  • Waldemar Kolanus (Bonn, LIMES)

2015

Location: Lipschitz Saal

  • Michael Ortiz (Caltech, Computational Mechanics): "A model of facetted crystal interfaces"
  • Joachim Schultze (Bonn, LIMES): "Upcoming opportunities in the life sciences by genomic analyses on the single cell level