The Department of Mathematics of the ETH Zurich (D-MATH) conducts research at the highest level in most areas of pure and applied mathematics with a long history of excellence. It is structured in a number of independent professorships and three institutes: Seminar for Applied Mathematics (SAM), Seminar for Statistics (SfS), Institute for Operations Research (IFOR).
The D-MATH is responsible for the education and teaching of all mathematical courses in all departments of the ETH Zurich. In the areas of mathematics, D-MATH offers courses of study at the Bachelor, Master and doctoral level. Its Graduate School is organized jointly with the Mathematics Institute of the University of Zurich.
Philipp Grohs receives Latsis Prize
The 33-year-old Assistant Prof. Philipp Grohs is to be awarded the
ETH Zurich Latsis Prize. He is being honoured for his achievements in
applied mathematics. The award ceremony will take place on ETH Day. Read more
Lino Guzzella and Sarah Springman visit the D-MATH
The two new members of the Executive Board visited the D-MATH as part of their get to know tour through the departments. Together with the D-MATH members they learned how the department works and discussed current topics in the areas of teaching and research.
Lino Guzzella will become the new president and Sarah Springman the new rector of ETH Zurich from January 2015.
Farewell lecture of Hans-Rudolf Künsch
(Picture: Roman Boutellier, Vicepresident Human Resources and Infrastructure / Hans-Rudolf Künsch / Peter Bühlmann, Chair D-MATH)
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