The workshop, titled Multi-Rate Processes and Hysteresis – Hysteresis and Slow-Fast Systems (MURPHYS-HSFS), was “devoted to mathematical theory and applications of systems with hysteresis and multiple scale systems,” according to the WIAS website.
Mayergoyz spoke on magnetization dynamics driven by a jump-noise process and stochastic processes on graphs, which was the main talk in the “Magnetization” section of the workshop. He was also the chairperson for another section of the workshop called, “Solids, liquids, gases and their interactions.”
To read the abstract of Mayergoyz’s talk, click here.
April 21, 2014
Mayergoyz Main Speaker at Weierstrass Institute Workshop
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