The Department of Mathematics offers a rich and carefully coordinated programme of courses and seminars in a broad range of mathematical fields.
With its broad spectrum of pure and applied mathematics the Department of Mathematics offers an ideal environment for scientists and students.
The associated Institute for Mathematical Research (FIM) is a centre for the dissemination and teaching of new ideas and results in all areas of mathematics.
Hermann Weyl is one of a long list of significant mathematictians at the D-MATH. The history of mathematics is intimately connected with the history of the ETH Zurich.
Benny Löffel successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Algebraic twists of modular forms and sums over primes to squarefree moduli". Congratulations!
Corentin Perret-Gentil-dit-Maillard successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Probabilistic aspects of short sums of trace functions over finite fields". Congratulations!
Elke Spindler successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled: "Second kind single-trace boundary integral formulations for scattering at composite objects". Congratulations!
On Friday 3 June, Mathematics, Statistics and Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) students celebrated the completion of their studies together with their family and friends.
We invite applications for a postdoctoral position in the group of Professor Willwacher, at the interface of mathematical physics and algebraic topology.
28 June 2016 -
Dedekind Symbols and some Applications of the Spectral Theory of Kloosterman Sums –
(Examiner: Prof. Dr.Alessandra Iozzi)
in HG G 19.1
30 June 2016 -
Penalized Least Squares and Quadratic Forms –
Edgar Alan Muro Jimenez
(Examiner: Prof. Dr. Sara van de Geer)
in HG G 19.1
26 June - 1 July 2016 (Organized by the University of Zurich and D-MATH)
27 June - 8 July 2016 (Organized by the SwissMAP)
15-19 August 2016 (Organized by the D-MATH)
15-19 August 2016 (Organized by the Swiss Association of Actuaries)
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