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New Berlin-Oxford Research Training Group on Stochastics based at BMS

12.11.2019
The German Research Foundation DFG supports a new Research Training Group on “Stochastic Analysis in Interaction” based in Berlin and Oxford with 3.9 Mio Euro for 4.5 years. It will be part of BMS and MATH+. In April 2020, 13 PhD students will start their research in Berlin, about the same number of students in Oxford. Chairs are Prof. Peter Bank (TU Berlin) and Prof. Terry Lyons (Oxford Universit...
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Register now for the MATH Advent Calendars: Save the World with the MATH Gnomes

08.11.2019
Those who want to combat climate change, plan environmentally friendly traffic or master artificial intelligence need mathematics. Students, teachers and anyone interested can experience this by participating in the digital Math Advent Calendars. Starting on December 1, the daily math puzzles guarantee fun at thinking, discovering and exploring beyond everyday school life.
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MATH+ welcomes new BMS students

14.10.2019
The traditional BMS Orientation for phase I and II students took place from October 07-11. BMS student representatives, lecturers and the BMS office team gave an overview of everything worth knowing about studying at the BMS. On a Campus Tour, the students got first orientation on the three main campuses in Adlershof (HU), Dahlem Dorf (FU), and at the TU. The program ended with a sight-seeing tour...
Awards for Esnault and Perkowski

Cantor Medal 2019 for Hélène Esnault + Von Kaven Ehrenpreis for Nicolas Perkowski

26.09.2019
The MATH+ members Hélène Esnault and Nicolas Perkowski were honored with prestigious prizes at the annual meeting of the German Association of Mathematicians (DMV). Hélène Esnault, Professor of Arithmetic Geometry at the FU Berlin, received the Cantor Medal 2019. Nicolas Perkowski, who startes a professorship at FU Berlin on October 01, 2019, was awarded for his achievements in probability theory...