Please indicate the number of talks (30 minutes each, including questions and setup) that you are planning to organize: either 4 (one day minisymposium) or 8 (two days minisymposium).


We would also like to kindly ask you to provide us with the following information:

until March 15, 2023:

  • number of speakers
  • names of the organizers, e-Mails + their affiliations
  • titles and abstract of the minisymposium

until May 31, 2023:

  • Titles and abstract of the talks
  • names, affiliations + e-Mails of the speakers

Both organisers as well as all speakers have to be registered participants at the DMV Meeting.
Please observe the deadlines for registration and fees and inform the minisymposium participants.

MS 1 Data-Driven Methods for Dynamical Systems
  • Hannes Gernandt (TU Berlin)
  • Friedrich Philipp (TU Ilmenau)
MS 2 Combinatorial aspects of finite fields
  • Gohar Kyureghyan (Rostock)
  • Alexander Pott (Magdeburg)
MS 3 Where optimisation and mathematical systems theory meet
  • Simone Göttlich (Mannheim)
  • Karl Worthmann (TU Ilmenau)
MS 4 Extremal and Probabilistic Combinatorics
  • Alberto Espuny Díaz (TU Ilmenau)
  • Olaf Parczyk (FU Berlin)
MS 5 Towards a digital infrastructure for mathematical research
  • Tabea Bacher (MPI MiS Leipzig)
  • Thomas Koprucki (WIAS Berlin)
  • Moritz Schubotz (FIZ Karlsruhe)
  • Karsten Tabelow (WIAS Berlin)
  • Olaf Teschke (FIZ Karslruhe)
MS 6 Mathematics and Arts
  • Milena Damrau (Bielefeld)
  • Martin Skrodzki (TU Delft)
MS 7 Mathematics and society – embedding models in discussions of societal challenges
  • Anina Mischau (FU Berlin)
  • Joshua Wiebe (FU Berlin)
  • Sarah Wolf (FU Berlin)
MS 8 Soziale Dimensionen der Mathematik
  • Nicola Oswald (Würzburg)
  • Gudrun Thäter (Karlsruhe)
MS 9 Generalizations of complex analysis
  • Swanhild Bernstein (Freiberg)
  • Dmitrii Legatiuk (Erfurt)
MS 10 Mathematical Analysis of Complex Quantum Systems
  • Simone Rademacher (LMU)
  • Heinz Siedentop (LMU)
MS 11 Decoding the Disciplines - an introduction to the process
  • Thomas Skill (HS Bochum)
MS 12 Random graphs and statistical network analysis
  • Hajo Holzmann (Marburg)
  • Anja Sturm (Göttingen)