With a project closely related to MATH+ research in EF1-7 and EF1-11, the team Notorious F.U.B. wins the quantum machine learning hackathon QHack 2021.
How modeling and simulations by two Berlin research groups help to predict the future and support decision-makers in times of corona crisis. The approach with agent-based models is the same; the difference lies in the dimensions.
The successful project proposal Schule@DecisionTheatreLab, headed by Sarah Wolf (FU Berlin), was developed by a consortium of six members from the three Berlin universities and is based on the collaborative research of the Cluster of Excellence MATH+.
With Number 9 to the prestigious SIGEST Award! Michael Joswig and his co-authors were awarded by the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) for a paper, which deals with a special problem for solving linear programs.
What does the future hold? Sustainability that pays off! To help shape the ecological turnaround, Mathematician Sarah Wolf analyzes agent-based modeling for sustainability issues.
Speeding up the process of developing and gaining approval for new drugs is the goal of a research team at Harvard Medical School working together with the BMS Alumnus, Georg Gorgulla, and the MATH+ member, Konstantin Fackeldey from TU Berlin. They explore possible viral binding
In the interview, Martin Skutella reviews the first two years of MATH+ as MATH+ Chair from 2019 until the end of 2020, the history behind the foundation, its challenges, goals, and developments.