The Oberwolfach Seminars are organised by leading experts in the field, and address Ph.D. students and postdocs from all over the world. The aim is to introduce the participants to a particular hot development. The seminars take place at the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach. We are pleased that the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation has decided to support the Oberwolfach Seminars from summer 2008 to summer 2016.
In order to make the Oberwolfach Seminars available to an even larger audience, the MFO supports the publication within the book series Oberwolfach Seminars, published in cooperation with Birkhäuser Publishing, Ltd. We should like to express our sincere thanks for the combined efforts of the organisers to publish these Lecture notes. The organisers as well as the participants receive free copies of the respective Volume. Moreover, a copy of every volume will be exhibited in the library of the MFO.
Information on the individual Oberwolfach Seminars
- 2014: Schedule and poster
- 2013: Schedule and poster
- 2012: Schedule and poster
- 2011: Schedule and poster
- 2010: Schedule and poster
- 2009: Schedule and poster
- 2008: Schedule and poster
- 2007: Schedule and poster
- 2006: Schedule and poster
- 2005: Schedule and poster
- 2004: Schedule and poster
- 2003: Schedule and poster
- 2002: Poster with programme
- 2001: Poster with programme
Remark: The Oberwolfach Seminars are a continuation of the DMV-Seminars (until 2000) initiated by the Deutsche Mathematiker Vereinigung
Participation in the Seminars
The number of participants is restricted to 25.
- full name and address, including e-mail address
- short CV, 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 (pdf files) to:
Prof. Dr. Dietmar Kröner
Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach
Upon approvement of application, the participants of Oberwolfach Seminars are invited personally by the Director of the Institute. Participation is subject to such an invitation. The Institute covers accommodation and food. Arrival is on Sunday afternoon. By the support of the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation, travel expenses can be reimbursed up to 150 Euro in average per person. Participants can ask for travel support during their stay in Oberwolfach at the guest office against copy of travel receipts.
Running of the Seminars
On Sunday evening after dinner organizers and participants traditionally meet in order to introduce themselves informally. Every participant should present to the others his interests for some minutes.
Traditionally, the seminar talks of the organizers are in the morning (two lectures of about 1,5 hours or three of about one hour). After lunch there is an essential break offering the possibility to work on the given lectures. In the afternoon there should be no further seminar talks, but workshop sessions to give the participants the opportunity to deepen their knowledge by asking questions and discussing examples concerning the material/matter dealt with in the lectures. If possible there should be no lecture in the evening and talks of participants should be restricted to exceptional cases.