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23.03.2017  IMSF, RiskLab  Honours and prizes
Paul Embrechts: honorary doctorate
Cass Business School has awarded Professor Paul Embrechts with the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa). Read more
16.03.2017
Meike Akveld and the Kangaroo
On Thursday, 16 March, around six million enthusiastic mathematics school pupils from 75 countries across the globe will once again be gearing up to take part in the Kangaroo competition. Approximately 400 Swiss schools and more than 30,000 pupils will also be participating in the competition. Read more
14.03.2017  Honours and prizes
Gisbert Wüstholz: elected member
The European Academy of Sciences and Arts has elected Professor Gisbert Wüstholz to a member of the class Natural Sciences. Read more
07.03.2017  IMSF, RiskLab  Honours and prizes
Walter Saxer Prize 2017
The two junior scientists Edgars Jakobsons and Patrick Zöchbauer have received the 2017 Walter Saxer Prize in recognition of their exceptional Master's and doctoral theses. Read more
02.03.2017  Inaugural and farewell lectures
Alessandro Carlotto: inaugural lecture
On 2 March, Professor Alessandro Carlotto gave his inaugural lecture entitled: "Isolated gravitational systems: four centuries of mathematical challenges". He has been assistant professor at the Department since September 2016. Read more