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News on mathematics taken from various ETH news channels and the Institute of Theoretical Studies (ETHITS).
26.05.2017
ETHITS Senior Fellow Claire Voisin receives the Shaw prize 2017
Claire Voisin, of the Collège de France, currently Senior Fellow at the ETH Institute for Theoretical Studies, receives the 2017 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences. She shares the prize with János Kollár, of Princeton University. Read more
03.04.2017
New Fellows at the ETHITS
Gerhard Huisken, Leonid Glazman and Ulrike Riess join the ETH Institute for Theoretical Studies during the Spring Semester. Read more
20.03.2017
Series of lectures hosted by the ETHITS
The ETH Institute for Theoretical Studies hosts a series of lectures on collective dynamics, control and imaging, with the aim to establish contacts across disciplines and facilitate exchange of ideas between researchers interested in these subjects from different fields. Read more
03.03.2017  DMATH  ETH News
Mathematics as a key competency
Data collection and analysis is becoming increasingly important in today’s world. This is particularly true for the economic and societal development of poorer nations. That’s why mathematical education in these countries is in urgent need of improvement, as was shown at Wednesday’s Science and Development Forum. Read more