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24.05.2017  DMATH News, Master
2017 Graduation Ceremony
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. Read more
23.05.2017  DMATH News, Doctoral exams, IMSF, RiskLab
Doctoral exam of Matthias Kirchner
Matthias Kirchner successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Perspectives on Hawkes processes". Congratulations! Read more
23.05.2017  DMATH News, Doctoral exams, IMSF
Doctoral exam of Thomas Cayé
Thomas Cayé successfully defended his doctoral thesis entitled: "Trading with small nonlinear price impact, optimal execution and rebalancing of active investments". Congratulations! Read more
22.05.2017  DMATH News, IMSF, RiskLab  Honours and prizes
John Ery: SCOR Fellowship Prize
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. Read more
11.05.2017  DMATH News, Inaugural and farewell lectures
Thomas Willwacher: inaugural lecture
On 11 May, Professor Thomas Willwacher gave his inaugural lecture entitled: "Feynman diagrams in algebra and topology". He has been associate professor at the Department since May 2016. Read more