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.
On Friday 19 May, Mathematics, Statistics and Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) students celebrated the completion of their studies together with their family and friends.
Matthias Kirchner successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Perspectives on Hawkes processes". Congratulations!
Thomas Cayé successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Trading with small nonlinear price impact, optimal execution and rebalancing of active investments". Congratulations!
The 2017 SCOR Fellowship Prize was awarded to John Ery for a collaborative doctoral thesis in the area of actuarial pricing, stochastic claims reserving and capital modelling.
21.04.2017 | Tages-Anzeiger
Wendelin Werner von der ETH Zürich erhielt die Fields-Medaille, den «Nobelpreis der Mathematik». Zuvor machte er einen Abstecher in die Schauspielerei.
13.04.2017 | Quanta Magazine
Equiangular lines are an elemental part of geometry. Mathematicians have discovered a tighter limit on the number of such lines that exist in every dimension.
10.04.2017 | Zeit Online
Der Mathematiker Vincent Tassion berechnet an der ETH Zürich, wie Wasser durch Kaffeepulver tröpfelt.
29 May 2017 -
Scheduling jobs with uniform Smith ratios to minimize the weighted sum of completion times –
Dr. Christos Kalaitzis
(ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
in HG G 19.1
30 May 2017 -
Limits of alpha-harmonic maps –
Prof. Dr. Tobias Lamm
in HG G 43
30 May 2017 -
Gluing constructions for minimal surfaces and related questions –
Prof. Dr. Nicos Kapouleas
in HG G 43
Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg
11 May - 29 September 2017
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12-16 June 2017 Organizers: Zoltan Balogh, Ruth Kellerhals, Urs Lang, Tristan Rivière Read more
14-16 June 2017 Organizers: Anton Alekseev, Anna Beliakova, Maria Podkopaeva Read more
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