Menu
Contact | A-Z
img

Taming uncertainty and profiting from randomness and low regularity in analysis, stochastics and their applications

Taming uncertainty and profiting from randomness and low regularity in analysis, stochastics and their applications


The Collaborative Research Center is an interdisciplinary endeavor aiming to develop basic concepts and theories for dealing with "good" and "bad" uncertainty. The new insights shall be applied to unsolved problems in various fields of economics and the natural sciences, especially in biology and physics. The CRC consists of 17 projects, most of which are located at the Faculty of Mathematics, but also at the Center for Mathematical Economics, the Faculty of Physics, and the Faculty of Technology. The funding is provided by the German Science Foundation and amounts to about 10 million Euro for the first four years. In particular, it covers 13 doctorate posts and 13 postdoc positions.
"On the one hand, the CRC wants to tame uncertainty and, on the other hand, profit from randomness, and use it wisely," explains SFB spokesman Röckner. There are uncertainties beyond probability-descriptive randomness. Such model uncertainties played a major role in the financial crisis, as investment banks misinterpreted ratings as accurate probabilities.


Guests arriving this week

Name Room Phone Arrival Projects
Martin Grothaus

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
V4-1484762 16.12.2018 A5
Salvatore Federico

University of Siena
W10-100 12.12.2018 C4
Oleg German

Moscow State University
V3-2354981 10.12.2018 B5
Victor Beresnevich

The University of York, UK
V3-2354981 10.12.2018 B5
Vanja Wagner

University of Zagreb, Croatia
V3-2222978 16.12.2018 A2
Panpan Ren

University of Oxford, UK
V3-2174974 15.12.2018 A5
Feng-Yu Wang

Beijing Normal University, China
V3-2174974 15.12.2018 A5
José Luís da Silva

University of Madeira
V4-1484762 12.12.2018 A5

Talks announced for today

14:00 V3-201 Cluster Group Stochastic Analysis

Integral Remez-type inequalities

Lavrentin Arutyunyan

Projects: A5, B1
14:20 V3-201 Cluster Group Stochastic Analysis

Variants of the Monge-Kantorovich problem for the cost function xyz

Nikita Gladkov

Projects: A5, B1
14:40 V3-201 Cluster Group Stochastic Analysis

(3; 2)-Monge-Kantorovich problem

Alexander Zimin

Projects: A5, B1

Upcoming Workshops

Dec 14, 2018 – Dec 15, 2018

Location: Hamilton Centre, Brunel University

Organizers: Gernot Akemann, Igor Krasovsky, Dmitry Savin, Igor Smolyarenko

Dec 17, 2018 – Dec 18, 2018

Location: Bielefeld University

Organizers: Herbert Dawid, Peter Kort, Xingang Wen


© 2017–2018 Sonderforschungbereich 1283 | Privacy Policy