The mathematics students Veronika Körber, Tobias Schnieders and Paul Vögele from Tübingen win prizes for their outstanding performance at the International Mathematics Competition for University Students (IMC).
Second Erich Kamke Colloquium on 22.07.22 at 4 pm in lecture hall N7. László Erdös from the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria will speak about Universality in Random Matrix Theory beyond Wigner-Dyson-Mehta.
The talk will be followed by the department's summer party.
The German Research Foundation (DFG) is funding the interdisciplinary Research Unit FOR 5413 "Long-range interacting quantum spin systems out of equilibrium: Experiment, theory and mathematics" for an initial period of four years. The Tübingen mathematicians Prof. Dr. Christian Lubich and Prof. Dr. Stefan Teufel are members of the Research Unit.
Here at the Department of Mathematics, we live and breathe one of the oldest sciences of all. Both Mathematics and Physics have a long tradition in Tübingen, where they have been taught since the early 16th century. They were a faculty in their own right until 2010, and now Mathematics and Physics are Departments within the University of Tübingen's broad-based Faculty of Science.
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