Science Publication: “Self-Organization – Is That How You Build a Brain?”

An interdisciplinary research team involving neurobiologists and mathematicians at Freie Universität Berlin set out to investigate, both biologically and mathematically, the fundamental mechanisms that determine neuronal wiring. Their results have recently been published in “Science.” They showed that “neural superposition wiring” is determined through self-organization.

Interview with MATH+ Distinguished Fellow Michael Joswig

Michael Joswig was honored with the MATH+ Distinguished Fellow award by the Excellence Cluster MATH+ at the end of 2023. In the interview, he discusses his journey into mathematics, the specific topics that fascinate him, and how, following a MATH+ research project, NASA even reached

TES-Hackathon on Small Data Analysis at FU Berlin

The “Hackathon on Small Data Analysis”, organized as part of the ongoing MATH+ Thematic Einstein Semester on “Small Data Analysis” took place from 22-24 January 2024 at Freie Universität Berlin. 30 participants from multiple research institutions came together to learn and apply mathematical methods

Research Fellow (m/f/d) @ Humboldt-Universität Berlin

We invite applications for a MATH+ funded research fellow position at Humboldt-Universität Berlin, focusing on research at the intersection of statistics, optimization, and their applications. The role involves developing novel methodologies in statistics and optimization.

Vikram Sunkara (ZIB) is a New Liaison Group Leader at the DRFZ

The German Rheumatism Research Centre Berlin (DRFZ) has a new liaison group in the Systems Rheumatology program area. MATH+ member Vikram Sunkara (ZIB) has been leading the “Explainable A.I. for Inflammation” research group at the DRFZ since December 2023. This group strengthens the collaboration between