Graduation Ceremony in Summer 2022

Department congratulates graduated students

8 July 2022 16:00 – 22:30
Absolventenfeier Sommer 2019

Graduates at the ceremony in Summer 2019.

The Department of Mathematics warmly invites you to the graduation ceremony of our successful graduates. We look forward to a celebration with farewell, musical accompaniment and delicious food.

 

The graduation ceremony in the summer semester 2022 takes place:

on 8 July 2022 at 16:00

in the MI Friedrich L. Bauer lecture hall.

Please register by 30 June 2022 at Graduation Ceremony.

Program of the Graduation Ceremony 

15:00 | Check-in in the Magistrale

16:00 | MI Friedrich L. Bauer lecture hall 

  • Music
  • Welcome: Prof. Dr. Folkmar Bornemann, Dean
  • Award Goldener Zirkel: Teaching awards of the Student Council of the Department of Mathematics
  • Keynote speech by Prof. Jürgen Richter-Gebert
  • Presentation of the graduates and awarding of certificates 
    Bachelor
  • Music

Break

17:30 | MI Friedrich L. Bauer lecture hall

  • Music
  • Presentation of the graduates and awarding of certificates 
    Master 
    Promotion and Habilitation
  • Honors
    • Supervisory Award
    • Women in Math Science: Achievement Awards for the best female students
    • Hurwitz Gesellschaft: Awards for the best graduates
  • Graduates speech
  • Music

18:30 | Magistrale

Dinner together

until 21:00 | Family and group photos

until 22:00 | Bar

Music and professional photos

The festive mood will be marked by the ceremonial handing over of the certificates, ceremonial lectures and a festive dinner. The graduation ceremony will be musically accompanied.

All guests can have professional photos taken at the reception desk free of charge. The photographer is Andreas Heddergott. As soon as these photos are available, we will notify all registered guests by e-mail.

Keynote speech: 95% of people cannot solve this!

Jürgen Richter-Gebert

Ein mathematischer Streifzug durch leichte, unlösbare und ganz schwere Probleme

Keynote speech by Prof. Jürgen Richter-Gebert, held in German

Spaß mit Tiefgang: Im Internet kursieren derzeit einige Mathe-Knobel-Memes, die sich als „Wolf im Schafspelz“ offenbaren. Dabei liegen leichte, schwierige, unlösbare und unentscheidbare Probleme nah beieinander.