Exploratory Projects

In addition to the comprehensive projects (CP), the exploratory projects (EP) play an important role for the functioning and the development of the cluster. The format of EPs is completely flexible. Their scope ranges from focused projects that pursue ideas not (yet) represented in the CPs, collaborations that establish new links between researchers in different fields, joint workshop and group activities to explore and develop new interdisciplinary topics, to projects that link the cluster to other parts of academia.

Twice a year, we call for EP proposals to be submitted to the steering board of the cluster. Up to now, we have selected 23 EPs, which have been initiating a lot of activity in the cluster, providing innovative ideas and freshening our research.

Call Winter 2020/2021

  • EP 4.1. The semi-random method in the continuous world - Felix Joos
  • EP 4.2. Machine Learning and the Renormalisation Group - Lukas Kades, Ullrich Köthe, Jan M. Pawlowski, Manfred Salmhofer, Peter Sorrenson and Julian Urban
  • EP 4.3. Opinion Dynamics and Kinetic Field Theory - Carsten Littek and Matthias Bartelmann
  • EP 4.4. Magnetic Field Structures from Dust Polarization - On the Alignment Dynamics of Interstellar Dust - Stefan Reissl and Ralf Klessen
  • EP 4.5. Small-denominator problems and self-reinforcing singularities - Manfred Salmhofer
  • EP 4.6. Multilevel Monte Carlo for Lattice Field Theory - Robert Scheichl and Jürgen Berges
  • EP 4.7. Autocatalytic Reactions - Thomas Henning
  • EP 4.8. A new experimental platform for exploring self-organization in dipolar quantum gases - Lauriane Chomaz

Call Summer 2020

  • EP 3.1. Subriemannian Billiards - Peter Albers, Lucas Dahinden and Beatrice Pozzetti
  • EP 3.2. Zero-Sum Evolutionary Games and Convex Hamiltonian Systems - Gabriele Benedetti
  • EP 3.3. Geometrical and topological characterization of state spaces of high-dimensional dynamical systems inferred from empirical data - Daniel Durstewitz, Filip Sadlo and Anna Wienhard
  • EP 3.4. From the fine-structure features of stellar haloes to the assembly histories of their galaxies - Annalisa Pillepich
  • EP 3.5. "Singular Structures" in Models from Materials Science and Fluid Dynamics | Hysteresis, Interfaces and Non-Locality - Hans Knüpfer and Angkana Rüland

Call Winter 2019/2020

  • EP 2.1. Can Geometric Hydrodynamics meet Dynamical Data Analysis? - Peter Albers and Christoph Schnörr
  • EP 2.2. Bayesian parameter estimation for mathematical models of self-organization and biological pattern formation - Anna Marciniak-Czochra and Robert Scheichl
  • EP 2.3. Universality on Network Structures from Quantum Dynamics to Big Data - Nicolò Defenu, Tilman Enss and Matthias Weidemüller

Call Summer 2019

  • EP 1.1. Dynamics - Peter Albers, Ralf Klessen, Anna Marciniak-Czochra, Beatrice Pozzetti, Filip Sadlo, Manfred Salmhofer, Johannes Walcher and Anna Wienhard
  • EP 1.2. From nilpotence varieties to twisted supergravity: Towards holomorphic holography - Ingmar Saberi and Johannes Walcher
  • EP 1.3. Extending KFT in association with the WIN-College on Decisions by Collectives - Matthias Bartelmann and Carsten Littek
  • EP 1.4. Mathematics and Data - Anna Wienhard, Michael Bleher, Maximilian Schmahl and Daniel Spitz

Projects that started with STRUCTURES

  • EP A.1. Machine Learning in Astrophysics: Analysis of Young Stars - Ralf Klessen, Ullrich Köthe and Carsten Rother
  • EP A.2. Modeling Large Near-Fractal Pre-Planetary Dust Aggregates - Cornelis Dullemond, Guido Kanschat, Peter Bastian and Dieter Heermann
  • EP A.3. Hierarchical Data Representation and Analysis in Symmetric Spaces - Ullrich Köthe, Björn Ommer, Christoph Schnörr and Anna Wienhard
  • EP A.4. String Landscape Dynamics - Arthur Hebecker, Manfred Salmhofer and Johannes Walcher

Contact

Addresses

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