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Here are the slides for my talk tomorrow in the math department at Erlangen:
It's a somewhat new kind of talk for me, since it hints heavily at Azimuth themes, yet it's a hard-core math talk with definitions and theorems! I like this. With a few more years of pushing in this direction, I think we can get a lot of young highly theoretical mathematicians interested in the applications to ecology, the smart grid, and so on. Right now only the bravest will take the leap based on this limited evidence. But students are often amazingly brave.