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Alumnus-Talk mit Andre Milzarek
Prof. Andre Milzarek (Hong Kong, Shenzhen), 6th TopMath year, will give a talk on "Convergence properties of stochastic optimization methods under the Kurdyka-Lojasiewicz inequality" on Wednesday, 21st June 2023. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
TopMath-Talk with Ben Spies
On Monday, 19th June 2023 at 4 PM Ben Spies from the Chair of Financial Mathematics will give a talk on "Using affine GARCH models in dynamic portfolio optimization". Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Alumnus Talk with Tobias Windisch
Prof. Tobias Windisch (Kempten), 8th TopMath year, will give a talk on "AI in manufacturing" on Monday, 24th April 2023. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Independent Studies: Talks Winter 2023
Our TopMath students present the results of their independent studies - in a a talk open to a general audience of university members. Here you will find the current dates.
Case Studies Discrete/Nonlinear Optimization
In the Case Studies Discrete/Nonlinear Optimization, you will apply your optimization knowledge to a real-world problem in collaboration with an industry partner. Attention: Application Deadline this Sunday, 05 March!
Diversity Pie Day at Pi Day
On March 14, 2023 we will meet at 2:30 pm to discuss what diversity (besides gender and culture) really is. All staff of the Department of Mathematics are cordially invited.
Case Studies Life Science in Mathematics
In the Case Studies Life Science Mathematics, you and your team model a biological system by methods taught in Biomathematics and Biostatistics classes. Visit the Info Sessionon March 3!
Department Colloquium Winter 2022/23
International researchers present their topics at the Faculty Colloquium of Mathematics on selected Wednesdays. We cordially invite all interested parties.
Supervisory Award for Professor Brandt
TopMath Supervisory Award 2022: For the outstanding supervision of its doctoral students, the TopMath thematic graduate center honors Prof. Felix Brandt.
Alumnus Talk with Dominik Schmid
Dominik Schmid (Bonn), 12h TopMath year, will give a talk on "Mixing times for exclusion processes" on Monday, 16th January 2023. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Support for Women in Math
We want to promote female mathematicians. That is why we award the Entrepreneurial Awards as part of "Global Challenges for Women in Math Science". Apply with your project!
Christmas Talk with Chris Dong
On Friday, 16th December 2022 at 6 PM Chris Dong from the Research group Decision Sciences and Systems will give a talk on "Characterizing Voting Rules (and Saving Christmas)".