Symposium on Applications of Mathematical Sciences
KIT Center MathSEE is one of the eight interdisciplinary research centers at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. It pools knowledge between sciences, engineering and economics and builds the bridge to the mathematical sciences achieving success through interdisciplinary research on scientific and societal challenges. It also aims to bring experiences on a national, european and international scale together and be the town square for exchange of ideas, best practices and co-operations.
Through the symposium on applications of mathematics, the center fosters discussion and promotes new partnerships in science and with the industry. On-site costs are kindly covered by MathSEE so that the registration fee for the symposium itself is free.
In September 2023, the second MathSEE Symposium will take place and in this spirit, we welcome you most warmly to join us at the symposium and become part of the Math-SEE community!
The symposium will feature 8 plenary lectures and several sessions on the applications of mathematical methods along the following tracks:
- Mathematical structures: Shapes, Geometry, Number Theory and Algebra
- Mathematical Modeling, Differential Equations, Numerics and Simulation
- Inverse problems and Optimization
- Stochastic Modeling, Statistical Data Analysis and Forecasting
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The Plenary Speakers at the Symposium 2023:
Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the Macalaster College in MinnesotaHomepage
Professor of Applied Stochastics and director of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and Actuarial ScienceHomepage
Director of the center for industrial mathematics and group leader for the working group industrial mathematics at University BremenHomepage
Associate Professor of Statistics and Data Science in the Department of Mathematics at the University of OsloHomepage
Assistant Professor in applied mathematics at the University of Colorado, Boulder.Homepage
Associate professor in the mathematical physics group at Delft University of Technology.Homepage
Group leader Computational Imaging at Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.Homepage
Professor for applied and computational topology in the department of mathematics at the Technical University MunichHomepage
Peer reviewed proceedings of the MathSEE Symposium will be published in Springer Proceedings of Mathematics and Statistics. Contributions should be between 5-30 pages long. Deadline for submission: 15 January 2024. Templates can be downloaded at the link below.Proceedings Templates
Abstracts of the oral and poster contributions to 2023 MathSEE Symposium have now been compiled in the abstract booklet which is accessible using the link below.Abstract booklet
MathSEE Symposium will feature several invited plenary talks (45' each) and contributed talks (20' each).
The contributed talks will be grouped under areas of mathematical methods in topical sessions.
Symposium registration will remain open from 28th Feb - 27th August 2023. Abstract submission will be possible until the 31st July.
Notification of Acceptance will be sent by 15th August 2023.
Further important dates and deadlines will be announced here continuously.
Panel discussion on the topic of "Interdisciplinary Mathematical Research: Challenges and Opportunities" will take place on the 28th September 2023. The discussion will be followed by symposium dinner for registered participants.More Information
On the 27th September, poster session will take place in the Atrium of the Mathematics Building 20.30. Best poster will be honored with a 500 EURO award.Location: Poster Session