Workshops of the research group analysis

2nd Austrian Calculus of Variations Day
Salzburg, November 17-18, 2022
The Austrian Calculus of Variations Day, already at its second edition, is an informal workshop, aiming at giving an overview on current research on calculus of variations and optimization in Austria. Participants from all Austrian Universities are welcome to present recent and new results, even not yet published.


Surfaces: Interdisciplinary summer school
Frauenwörth, August 28 – September 2, 2022
This summer school intends to bridge pure math, modeling, numerics, and applications related to different aspects of surfaces, addressing both PhD students and postdocs (interested in) working in related fields. The school consists of four keynote lectures by Charlie Elliott, Irene Fonseca, André Neves, and Andreas Roschger.

Advances in Calculus of Variations: On the occasion of the 65th birthday of Frank Duzaar
Napoli, June 13-17, 2022

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Workshop: Geometric Analysis in Frauenwörth
Frauenwörth, August 16-20, 2021
This workshop brings together experts in geometric analysis, calculus of variations, numerics, and optimization on the island Fraueninsel right in the middle of the Chiemsee. It will be a smallworkshop as we used to have them before the CoVid-19 crisis: A list of interesting and inspiringtalks and lots of time for discussions and collaborations. But most importantly: No Zoom or otheronline tools but in person!

Online Seminar:Geometric Analysis
since April 03, 2020
This weekly seminar organized by Simon Blatt (University Salzburg), Philipp Reiter (University Halle), Armin Schikorra (University Pittsburgh) and Guofang Wang (University Freiburg) brings together researchers during the coronavirus pandemic.

MARS Workshop: Analysis and Geometry
Salzburg, September 23, 2019
This workshop is part of the MARS (Models, Algorithms, Computers and Systems) doctoral programme at the Doctorate School PLUS. Invited speakers are Jens Habermann (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany) and Jun O’Hara (University of Chiba, Japan).

Biology, Analysis, Geometry, Analysis Links [BAGEL19]: A program on low-dimensional topology, geometry, and applications
Minneapolis, USA, June 17-28, 2019
The [bagel19] program is divided into two events. The first is a week-long summer school for graduate students and early career researchers that emphasizes both the interplay of low-dimensional  topology, geometry and knot theory, and their applications to other disciplines. This is immediately followed by a workshop that builds on the topics covered in the prior week and features speakers from a broad set of disciplines with connections to low-dimensional topology, geometry and knots.

Workshop: Nonlinear Parabolic PDEs
Mittag-Leffler Institute, Stockholm, June 11-15, 2018
A crucial role in understanding nonlinear phenomena is played by regularity estimates based only on the structure of the equation. Indeed, solutions of nonlinear PDEs, when they exist, are not smooth. Over the last few decades a vast amount of research papers have been published and powerful techniques have been developed to understand these phenomena. Recent advances, some of which by participants in the workshop, have already turned out to be powerful enough to solve several previously unreachable problems and have opened up a whole new area of research. This workshop will focus on three themes related to nonlinear parabolic PDEs which have gained traction recently: Boundary regularity, with the goal to discuss and provide a Wiener criterion for a wide class of nonlinear parabolic PDEs. Nonlinear thermal capacity, with the goal to discuss and develop a nonlinear capacity theory for a wide class of nonlinear parabolic PDEs. Gradient estimates, with the goal to discuss and extend higher integrability results of the gradient for a wide class of nonlinear parabolic PDEs.

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Summer School on Modern Knot Theory: Aspects in Algebra, Analysis, Biology, and Physics
Freiburg, June 5-10, 2017
This summer school intends to bridge theory (Analysis, Algebra) and applications (Microbiology, Fluid Dynamics) of knot theory. It is inteded for both PhD students and postdocs interested in related fields.  Funded by the Volkswagen Stiftung.

Workshop: The total variation flow and related nonlinear evolution problems
Salzburg, July 11-15, 2016
With this event we will bring together researchers working in the field of evolutionary equations with linear growth and related areas. The topics cover the total variation flow, parabolic equations with (almost) linear growth and applications in mathematical imaging.

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