- A Special Semester on Applications of Algebra and Number Theory will be held at RICAM from October 14, 2013 through December 13, 2013.
- Co-applicant Arne Winterhof has been granted the FWF project 'On the hierarchy of measures of pseudorandomness' in the framework of the FWF Special Research Program 'Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods: Theory and Applications'. Co-applicant Johannes Kraus has been granted the FWF Doctoral Program 'Nano-Analytics of Cellular Systems (NanoCell)'.
- Josef Schicho has been granted the FWF project 'Algebraic Methods in Kinematics: Motion Factorisation and Bond Theory'. Otmar Scherzer has been granted the FWF project 'Interdisciplinary Coupled Physics Imaging - Improving Image Resolution by Mathematical Modeling through Computational Algorithms and Advanced Experimental Realization".
For the topics of ongoing research both within the groups of the institute and in cooperation between these groups, see Research Groups and Topics
These are generally one-semester programs which are dedicated to varying topics from an applied science in which mathematical methods as represented in the institute are of interest, or to a methodological topic which is of importance to several problem classes from applied sciences. The aim will be that through intensive co-operation between representatives of the applied science and mathematicians, methods will be developed which will firstly further advance the applied science and secondly lead to interesting mathematical results and problems.
For details see Special Semesters
Mission Statement:The Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics (RICAM)
- does basic research in computational and applied mathematics according to highest international standards
- obtains the motivation for its research topics also from challenges in other scientific fields and industry
- emphasizes interdisciplinary cooperation between its workgroups and with institutions with similar scope and universities world-wide
- cooperates with other disciplines in the framework of special semesters on topics of major current interest
- wishes to attract gifted postdocs from all over the world and to provide an environment preparing them for international careers in academia or industry
- cooperates with universities by involving PhD-students into its research projects
- promotes, through its work and reports about it, the role of mathematics in science, industry and society
Prof. Dr. Ronny Ramlau
Prof. Dr. Karl Kunisch
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Langer
Phone: +43 (0)732 2468 5271
Fax: +43 (0)732 2468 5212
Prof. Dr. Heinz W. Engl
Mobile Phone: +43-(0)664-5209029
The Institute is named after the famous Austrian mathematician Johann Radon (1887-1956)
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