TUM involvement in Higher Invariants project
Prof. Claudia Scheimbauer researches in the project "Higher Invariants". The German Research Foundation approved a 3rd funding period for the Collaborative Research Center.
AdONE secures second funding period
The German Research Foundation has awarded another 3 Million Euros to the Research Training Group Advanced Optimization in a Networked Economy to support the next generation of scientists.
Next Generation Models of Financial Data
Machine learning methods in financial mathematics: In order to intensify collaboration on this topic, Professor Blanka Horvath organizes a Kick-off Meeting from 20 to 22 September 2021.
Global Categorical Symmetries
Unlock the power of symmetry in its broadest form: This is the aim of the Simons Collaboration on Global Categorical Symmetries. Professor Claudia Scheimbauer is one of the principal investigators.
AI spots diseased cells
Researchers at Technical University of Munich and Helmholtz Zentrum Munich have developed an algorithm to spot diseased cells. It compares the cells of patients with a reference atlas of healthy cells.
TUM participates in Mathematical Research Data Initiative
Easily accessible research data is the goal of the National Research Data Infrastructure. In October 2021, funding for the Mathematical Research Data Initiative will start. Professor Mathias Drton is Co-spokesperson.
Best SICON Paper Prize 2021
Doctoral student Lukas Hertlein and Professor Michael Ulbrich receive the "Best SICON Paper Prize 2021". They presented the awarded paper at the "SIAM Conference on Control and Its Applications (CT21)" on 20 July 2021.
GAUSS Junior Talent Prize 2020
Optimal investment strategies for pension funds: For this dissertation at the TUM, Dr. Andreas Lichtenstern receives the GAUSS Junior Talent Prize 2020.
Universal equation for explosive phenomena
Whether climate change or pandemic, in many models explosive phenomena occur at a critical transition. Mathematicians at TUM have discovered a core mechanism to calculate such tipping points universally.
Six projects for "Mathematics of Information"
The Technical University of Munich and Imperial College London are funding six research projects on "Mathematics of Information: Theory and Application". The Department of Mathematics is involved in two of them.
Munich Data Science Institute takes off
Data Sciences are changing research, business and society - across disciplines. This is why the TUM is now pooling its expertise with the Munich Data Science Institute.
One World Dynamics
The "One World Projects" were created during the Corona Pandemic and connect mathematicians worldwide. 3 researchers of the TUM co-initiated the "One World Dynamics Seminar".
"scVelo" predicts cell development
How do cells develop? A research team has developed the method "scVelo" and software that calculates the dynamics of gene activity in cells. This enables the future state of individual cells to be predicted.
SIAM Student Paper Prize für Jonas Latz
Former TUM student Dr. Jonas Latz receives the SIAM Student Paper Prize 2020 for his paper "On the Well-posedness of Bayesian Inverse Problems". The prize is awarded for the best papers by student authors.
Model for a secure contact tracing app
In the fight against Covid-19, the interdisciplinary research team ContacTUM has developed a model for a secure contact tracing app. Simulations should clarify whether the app can actually slow the spread of the corona virus.
Drones can "hear" walls
Kann eine Drohne mithilfe von Schallwellen Wände und andere ebene Flächen orten? Dass das funktioniert, haben TUM-Professor Gregor Kemper und Professor Mireille Boutin von der Purdue University in Indiana mathematisch bewiesen.
Award for Dr. Dominik Stöger
Our former doctoral student Dr. Dominik Stöger receives the Dr.-Klaus-Körper-Prize 2020 of the GAMM for his outstanding dissertation on "Bilinear Compressed Sensing".
TiPES: When does the climate tip?
1.5 or 2 degrees - how much global warming is too much? Clarifying this and defining tipping points is the aim of the project Tipping Points in the Earth System (TiPES). Prof. Christian Kühn is on board of the interdisciplinary research team.
Learning fractions on a tablet PC
Learning on a tablet PC facilitates access to mathematics - especially for low-achieving children. In the "ALICE: Bruchrechnen" project, a research team has developed a digital textbook for the sixth grade.
How to make elections fairer
Are democratic elections always fair? Do the results really represent the will of the people? TUM Professor Peter Gritzmann reveals in the video on how mathematical methods can improve voting systems.
Headquarters for applied AI in Munich
Using data resources concretely with the help of artificial intelligence: That is the goal of the Helmholtz Artificial Intelligence Cooperation Unit (HAICU). Head of the research network is Prof. Fabian Theis.
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.
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.
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.
The Discrete Mathematics of Democracy
How fair are democratic elections? And what does fair mean? In his lecture on the agony with choice, Prof. Peter Gritzmann reveals how mathematics can bring more justice into democracy.
Graduate School for Data Science
Die digitalisierte Forschung liefert riesige Datenmengen - mit großem Potenzial. Deshalb will die Munich School for Data Science jetzt Expert*innen ausbilden.
Proof of quantum computer advantage
Quantum computers can solve problems more efficiently than conventional computers - at least that’s the vision. Robert König and a team of researchers prove that they do indeed offer advantages.
Felix Happach wins Paper Award
"Good Clusterings Have Large Volume". With this paper Felix Happach wins the second prize in the Student Paper Prize of the INFORMS Optimization Society.
First place for Zi Ye
The TUM postgraduate Zi Ye has been awarded first place in the Best Paper Award of the Symposium on Geometry Processing 2018. He convinced with his paper about intrinsic and extrinsic Dirac operators for geometry processing.
Award for Simon Plazotta
Outstanding work by Simon Plazotta: His paper "A BDF2 approach for the non-linear Fokker-Planck equation" is one of the best at the Student Paper Competition of the AIMS Conference.
Interview with ISAM Supervisor Felix Brandt
The members of our Graduate Centre ISAM are proud that Professor Felix Brandt won the TUM Supervisory Award 2021. In this interview, he tells what he considers important when supervising students.
Speakers Series IV
What have we learned from the Archimedes Palimpsest? Prof. Netz of the Stanford University answerd this question at ISAM Speaker Series.
Speakers Series III
Karim Morsy & Vlad Popa talk at ISAM Speakers Series III on: "Mathematics and Music - How TU Munich Students Revolutionized Music Apps".