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Insurance: Mathematics & Economics
The International Congress on Insurance: Mathematics and Economics (IME) will take place in Germany for the first time in 2019. We invite all researchers and representatives from the financial industry.
Workshop Vine Copulas
Vine Copula models make it possible to analyze large amounts of data realistically. Bring yourself up to the latest state of research - in the workshop on 8 and 9 July 2019, organized by our Mathematical Statistics group.
© ERGO Center of Excellence in Insurance
Workshop Actuarial Mathematics
Registration deadline is 15th March! Take part in the workshop with our cooperation partner ERGO and get to know the work of actuaries.
Im Hörsaal Vorträgen lauschen und Forschung erleben wie ein*e Student*in: Am Studieninfotag schnuppern Schüler*innen Uni-Luft. Besucht uns am 28. März 2019!
We celebrate the Pi Day
Exclusive tours, pie and coffee: We invite all employees of the Department of Mathematics on Pi Day to visit the mathematics exhibition ix-quadrat. Come over!
© Eraslan, Simon, Theis et al.: Single cell RNA-seq denoising using a deep count autoencoder. Nature Communications.
AI against errors
Using single-cell analysis, researchers study the behavior of cells. But the method is prone to errors. A deep learning algorithm can now detect these errors.
Independent Studies: Vorträge
The Independent Studies form the core of the elite study program TopMath. The students present the results of their studies in a talk, which is open to a general university audience.
© Maria Elena Gonzalez Herrero
TopMath Wintertreffen 2019
Promoting scientific exchange between mathematical disciplines and getting to know each other better: this year fifteen TopMath students took part in our annual Winter Meeting.
New channel chat.ma.tum.de
The new messaging service chat.ma.tum.de allows you to communicate quickly and directly with members of the Department, making collaboration easy.
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© Aaron Montag
Be my Valentine! Say it with Mathematics
Send Valentine greetings with a customizable algebraic equation. With the widget "Suess" by Aaron Montag and IMAGINARY, you can see what (x²+((1+b)y)²+z²-1)³-x²z³-ay²z³=0 can look like.
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© Foto: A. Heddergott; Grafik: A. Bobenko, T. Hoffmann, B. König, S. Sechelmann, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0
Summer School 2019
Summer School "Multiscale Phenomena in Geometry and Dynamics" from 22 to 26 July 2019 for Master's students, PhD students and postdocs. Please apply by 24 May!
Statistical model of the Mekong water level
When the Mekong overflows its banks, millions of people are threatened by flooding. With a statistical model by Prof. Klüppelberg and a research team, the water level can be predicted.