SMS scnews item created by Andrew Mathas at Thu 10 Feb 2011 0910
Type: Announce
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Expiry: 15 Sep 2011
Auth: mathas@pmathas.pc (assumed)

Oberwolfach Seminars for graduate students 2011

Oberwolfach Seminars are not regular workshops,
but - like summer schools - address to graduate students
and post docs. In 2011, 6 Oberwolfach Seminars are
taking place at the MFO:

Date: 12 - 18 June, 2011
Deadline for Application: 15 April, 2011

Algebraic Properties of Profinite Groups
   Nikolay Nikolov, London
   Dan Segal, Oxford

Spectral Methods of Uncertainty Quantification
   Omar Knio, Baltimore
   Olivier Le Maitre, Paris
   C. Soize, Paris
   Y.M. Marzouk, Cambridge MA

Date:  16 - 22 October, 2011
Deadline for Application: 15 August, 2011

Statistics for Stochastic Differential Equations
   Susanne Ditlevsen, Copenhagen
   Jean Jacod, Paris
   Markus Reiss, Berlin
   Michael Sorensen, Copenhagen

New Trends in Goedelian Incompleteness and Combinatorics
   Harvey Friedman, Columbus
   Antonio Montalban, Chicago
   Michael Rathjen, Leeds
   Andreas Weiermann, Gent

Date: 20 - 26 November, 2011
Deadline for Application: 15 September, 2011

Affine Algebraic Geometry and Group Actions
   Adrien Dubouloz, Grenoble
   Hubert Flenner, Bochum
   Hanspeter Kraft, Basel

Cohen-Macaulay Modules, Surface Singularities and McKay Correspondence
   Igor Burban, Bonn
   Yuriy Drozd, Kiew
   Gert-Martin Greuel, Kaiserslautern

Further information is available on our homepage at

If you know a graduate student or post doc who
might be interested, please be so kind and draw
her/his attention to this Oberwolfach Seminar.
Participation in these seminars is by application.
As usual, the institute offers board and lodging free of
charge. By the support of the Carl Friedrich von Siemens
Foundation, travel expenses can be reimbursed up to 200 EUR
in average per person. Participants can ask for travel support
during their stay in Oberwolfach at the guest office against
copy of travel receipts. Additionally, participation of
young Japanese mathematicians can be sponsored by the
grant "Heizaemon Honda Scholars". For more information
on grants, please see our homepage

Applications including full name, postal address,
e-mail address, present position, university,
name of supervisor of Ph.D. thesis, a short summary
of previous work and interest should be sent
preferably by e-mail (.ps or .pdf file) to

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