There was a Colloquium (in German) in Honour of Prof. Wienholtz on 3 May 2001.
with a welcome by the
Dean of the
Faculty for Mathematics
and Computer Science,
Martin Wirsing.
Principal speaker was Jochen Brüning
( Institut für Mathematik, Humboldt-Universität zu
Berlin; Berlin, Germany);
he talked on
Geometrie und Spektrum.
Friday, 4 May 2001
Chair: Hubert Kalf,
Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
08:45 | Andreas M. Hinz, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich & Center for Mathematics, Technical University Munich (Munich, Germany) | Opening |
09:00 | E. Brian Davies, Department of Mathematics, King's College London (London, U. K.) | Spectral Theory of the Neumann Laplacian |
10:00 | Karl Michael Schmidt, School of Mathematics, Cardiff University (Cardiff, U.K.) | Spectral properties of Dirac operators with potentials infinite at infinity |
10:40 | coffee/tea | |
11:10 | Osanobu Yamada, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Ritsumeikan University (Kusatsu, Japan) | A Virial Theorem of Dirac Equations with a Variable Mass Term |
11:50 | Takashi Okaji, Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University (Kyoto, Japan) | Absence of eigenvalues of Dirac operators with potential diverging at infinity |
12:30 | lunch break |
Chair: Werner O. Amrein,
Département de Physique Théorique,
Université de Genève (Geneva, Switzerland)
14:30 | Heinz O. Cordes, Department of Mathematics, University of California (Berkeley CA, U.S.A.) | On an eigenvalue problem of the form Au=lambda Bu with differential operators A,B of the same order, and possible applications |
15:10 | Heinz Siedentop, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany) | The Energy of the Relativistic Electron-Positron Field in Quasi-Free States |
15:50 | coffee/tea | |
16:20 | Gerassimos Barbatis, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Crete (Heraklion, Greece) | A unified approach to improved L^p Hardy inequalities with best constants |
17:00 | Frédéric Klopp, Département de Mathématiques, Université Paris 13 (Villetaneuse, France) | The spectrum of a family of one dimensional quasi-periodic Schrödinger operators in the adiabatic limit |
18:00 | end of Friday sessions |
Saturday, 5 May 2001
Chair: Thomas Kriecherbauer,
Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
09:00 | Walter Craig, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, McMaster University Hamilton (Hamilton ON, Canada) | Traveling water waves |
10:00 | Martin Klaus, Mathematics Department, Virginia Tech (Blacksburg VA, U.S.A.) | Spectral properties of the Zakharov-Shabat system and their influence on the propagation of optical pulses with chirping |
10:40 | coffee/tea | |
11:10 | Robert Kauffman, Department of Mathematics, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Birmingham AL, U.S.A.) | On the ergodicity of geodesic flow |
11:50 | Christian Remling, Lehreinheit Mathematik, Universität Osnabrück (Osnabrück, Germany) | Quantum dynamics and reducing subspaces |
12:30 | lunch break |
Chair: Gotskalk S. Halvorsen,
Institutt for energiteknikk (Kjeller, Norway)
14:30 | Christer Bennewitz, Department of Mathematics, Lund University (Lund, Sweden) | A Paley-Wiener theorem with applications to inverse spectral theory |
15:10 | B. Malcolm Brown, Department of Computer Science, Cardiff University (Cardiff, U.K.) | The Weyl nesting circle theory for systems of complex Ode's |
15:50 | coffee/tea | |
16:20 | Marco Marletta, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Leicester (Leicester, U.K.) | Spectral inclusion and spectral exactness for singular non-selfadjoint Sturm-Liouville problems |
17:00 | W. Des Evans, School of Mathematics, Cardiff University (Cardiff, U.K.) | Recent results on the zero modes of Dirac and Pauli operators and their multiplicity |
18:00 | end of Saturday sessions |
Sunday, 6 May 2001
Chair: Herbert Spohn,
Center for Mathematical Sciences,
Technical University Munich (Munich, Germany)
09:00 | Stefan Teufel, Center for Mathematical Sciences, Technical University Munich (Munich, Germany) | Adiabatic decoupling and the time-dependent Born-Oppenheimer theory |
09:40 | Thomas Hoffmann-Ostenhof, Institute for Theoretical Chemistry and Molecular Structural Biology, University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria) | Eigenvalues in Symmetry Subspaces |
10:20 | coffee/tea | |
10:50 | Maria Hoffmann-Ostenhof, Department of Mathematics, University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria) | Coulombic wavefunctions and electron densities |
11:30 | Ludvig D. Faddeev, Steklov Institute of Mathematics (St. Petersburg, Russia) | Topological solitons in dimension 3 |
12:30 | end of workshop |
Cristian Danet, Department of Mathematics, University of Craiova (Craiova, Romania), currently Center for Mathematical Sciences, Technical University Munich (Munich, Germany)
Peter Dierolf, Department of Mathematics, University of Trier (Trier, Germany)
Walter Farkas, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Christian Hainzl, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Doris Jakubaßa, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Barbara Janauschek Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Karl-Heinz Jansen, Division of Mathematics, University of Technology (Aachen, Germany)
Dankward Kniepert, Division of Mathematics, University of Technology (Aachen, Germany)
Andreas Kunz, Center for Mathematical Sciences, Technical University Munich (Munich, Germany)
Herbert Leinfelder, Fachbereich Allgemeinwissenschaften, Georg-Simon-Ohm-Fachhochschule (Nürnberg, Germany)
Peter Otte, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Hanns-Walter Rohde, Division of Mathematics, University of Technology (Aachen, Germany)
Edgardo Stockmeyer, Facultad de Física, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Santiago, Chile), currently Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Jürgen Voigt, Institute for Analysis, Technical University Dresden (Dresden, Germany)
Johann Walter, Division of Mathematics, University of Technology (Aachen, Germany)
Jürgen Witte, Division of Mathematics, University of Technology (Aachen, Germany)
Semjon Wugalter, Mathematical Institute, University of Munich (Munich, Germany)
Myrsini Wienholtz-Hatzidaki
Ernst Wienholtz
Participants
at work and
at home.
Tea time .
Andreas M. Hinz during tea time.
Munich at the time of the Workshop.
(Photos: Takashi Okaji)
Coffee/tea was served in Common Room 446-448 (Block B).
Maybe you want to know, weather it will be nice in Munich.
Among the other events which took place in Munich at the time of the workshop,
there were
the Spring Fest (very small version of the famous October Fest)
the May Dult (typical Munich market)
the 16th International Documentary Film Festival
the BMW Open Tennis Tournament
and as a very special event the Long Night of Music (5/6 May) with
church music, classical, flamenco, jazz, blues or hip hop at over 60 venues
throughout the city, linked by special buses; highlight will be Lohengrin
at the Bayerische Staatsoper.
Arriving at the "Hauptbahnhof" (Central Station) you can take any "S-Bahn" eastbound to get to "Marienplatz".
There are ticket counters at the entrance of the S-Bahn at both the airport and the central station.
The fare scheme of the Munich public transport system (
MVV) is one of the most complicated in the world
and a typical example of what the brains of German civil servants can come up with these days!
You have the choice among (at least) the following:
1. a one-way ticket (expensive, not advisable)For the transfer from/to the airport a combination of 1./2. with 3./4. is advisable; ask at the MVV counter for advice.
2. something they call a "strip(e) ticket" (Streifenkarte) (cheaper, but not easy to use correctly)
3. a day or 3-day ticket coming in 8 combinatorial variants, depending on areas and number of persons travelling (recommended, if carefully chosen)
To make things even more complicated, there is the München Welcome Card 2001 which in addition offers reduction in some museums and other sights.
4. the "IsarCard" (Isar is the river in Munich): you have to ask for an envelope and buy a weekly ticket for week no. 18 and Rings 1 and 2, which will cost you 16,50 DEM and will be valid from 30 April, 00:00, to 7 May, 12:00, in the rings nos. 1 and 2 (not Zones no. 1 and 2!), which you will hardly leave during your visit (except for the airport!). This is recommended if you plan to make 6 single trips or more during that period. It has the further advantage that you can pass it on to someone else if you do not use it yourself.
All tickets are valid on S-Bahn, U-Bahn, Buses and Tram.
Children of age less than 6 are free. There are a couple of advantageous ticket offers for two and more
people.
The fine for travelling without a valid ticket is currently 60 DEM.
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