The following minisymposia will take place in the frame of the congress:
- M1. Applied Proof Theory and the Computational Content of Mathematics
Organizers: Thomas Powell (TU Darmstadt), Sam Sanders (LMU Munich)
- M2. Fractals and Wild Topology
Organizers: Benoit Lordant (Montanuni Leoben), Gerhard Dorfer (TU Wien)
- M3. From Information Management to Knowledge Management in Mathematics
Organizers: Michael Kohlhase (Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg), Wolfram Sperber (FIZ Karlsruhe)
- M4. Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods
Organizers: Michael Drmota (TU Wien), Peter Hellekalek (Universität Salzburg), Friedrich Pillichshammer (JKU Linz)
- M5. Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations in Analysis and Geometry
Organizers: Simon Blatt (Uni Salzburg), Christoph Scheven (Uni Duisburg-Essen), Thomas Schmidt (Uni Hamburg)
- M6. Spectral and Scattering Problems in Mathematical Physics
Organizer: Martin Kohlmann (Uni Göttingen)
- M7. Stochastic Partial Differential Equations and Related Fields
Organizers: Erika Hausenblas (Montanuni Leoben), Nicolas Perkowski (HU Berlin), Wilhelm Stannat (TU Berlin)
- M8. Trends in Persistent Homology
Organizers: Herbert Edelsbrunner (IST Austria), Michael Kerber (TU Graz), Florian Pausinger (TU München)
- A minisymposium is a coordinated meeting consisting of research presentations on particular topics of current research interest.
- Because of the limited number of available rooms and the large number of sections there will only be a very small number of minisymposia (6-8 at most).
- Minisymposia have to be proposed by potential organizers. A proposal should contain a title, the name(s) of the organizer(s), a short description of the main topics, a list of potential speakers (6-15 talks, these speakers need not have confirmed participation).
- The organizers are responsible for providing a list of speakers to the organizers of the conference.
- All speakers and organizers of a minisymposium have to be registered participants of the conference and have to pay the registration fee.
- Minisymposia do not receive any funding from the conference.
- The deadline for submitting proposals for minisymposia is 15.01.2017.
- Submitted proposals will be considered by the program committee shortly after the deadline. The decision will be based on the scientific quality and the up-to-dateness of the proposed topics.