Students' Workshop 2013

The IGDK 1754 Student's Workshop is organized for and by graduate students. Its main objective is to stimulate a discussion and an exchange of ideas among the students in the doctoral college. The idea is to bring together graduate students with different mathematical backgrounds to tackle an interesting problem, proposed by a group member. It is an opportunity to work in a highly motivated team on a mathematical problem and ideally to obtain some interesting new results by combining the different skill sets.

The main part of the workshop will be group work, tackling the questions posed in the respective proposal. The proposals are formulated, presented and gradually improved in the run-up to the workshop. At the beginning of the workshop there will be a short presentation of each group, outlining the topic to the whole plenum as a result of the preparation prior to the workshop. In the groups there will be presentation of key concepts by different participants. The rest of the organization is left to the single groups. At the end of the week the results of the group work will be presented to the plenum.

Furthermore a summary of the workshop and its results will be presented at the annual colloquium of the IGDK 1754.


The workshop will take place at JUFA Altaussee from 01.09.2013 - 06.09.2013.


Concept Authors
Semismoothness in H1 Pieper, Keuthen
KDV-equation: Long-time behaviour and optimal control Henneke, Tang, Trautmann
Max-plus methods for HJB equations Patarcic


Day time slot activity
Sunday 1.9. till 17:00 arrival in JUFA Altaussee
Monday 2.9. 9:00 - 12:00 introduction of the groups (plenum)
13:00 - 18:00 presentation of key concepts
Tuesday 3.9. 9:00 - 12:00 presentation of key concepts / group work
13:00 - 18:00 group work
Wednesday 4.9. 9:00 - 12:00 group work
13:00 - 18:00 group work
Thursday 5.9. 9:00 - 12:00 group work
13:00 - 18:00 group work
Friday 6.9. till 10:00 checkout
9:00 - 12:00 presentation of results (plenum)
13:00 departure


  1. Olena Burkovska,
  2. Jelena Patarcic,
  3. Marco Artina,
  4. Tang Quoc Bao,
  5. Bernhard Kiniger,
  6. Max Winkler,
  7. Daniel Kraft,
  8. David Sattlegger,
  9. Moritz Keuthen,
  10. Linus Wunderlich,
  11. Felix Henneke,
  12. Philip Trautmann,
  13. Konstantin Pieper,
  14. Matthias Lang-Batsching,
  15. Elena Gornostaeva,
  16. Matthias Gsell,
  17. Gilbert Peralta,

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