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Faculty of Mathematics

Faculty of Mathematics

We offer teaching with a personal touch that opens excellent job perspectives for our graduates. According to the ideal of unity of teaching and research our programs are based on internationally renowned research in mathematical foundations and applied mathematical fields. Math at TU Chemnitz: it's fun and it's useful.

The Mathematics Program in Chemnitz belongs to Germany's top programs, see the 2015/16 university ranking by CHE!

Events

09.06.2017 15:00 Reichenhainer Str. 90, Zentr. Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude, Hörsaal N111 Öffentliche Prüfung im Promotionsverfahren
Dipl.-Math. Björn Sprungk
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15.06.2017 16:00 Reichenhainer Str. 70, Rühlmann-Bau, Raum B202 Chemnitzer Mathematisches Colloquium
Prof. Dr. Michael Nussbaum, Cornell University
Theme: Local Asymptotic Equivalence of Pure Quantum States Ensembles and Quantum Gaussian White Noise Mehr ...
19.06.2017 13:45 Reichenhainer Str. 70, Rühlmann-Bau, Raum B202 Wissenschaftlicher Vortrag und anschließendes Kolloquium Im Habilitationsverfahren
Dr. Gerd Wachsmuth
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29.06.2017 16:00 Reichenhainer Str. 70, Rühlmann-Bau, Raum B202 Chemnitzer Mathematisches Colloquium
Prof. Dr. Werner Römisch, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Theme: Stochastische Optimierung, multivariate numerische Integration und Quasi-Monte Carlo Methoden Mehr ...
14.08.2017 Reichenhainer Str. 90, Zentr. Hörsaal- und Seminargebäude International Workshop on Operator Theory and its Applications
The IWOTA workshops bring together mathematicians and engineers working in operator theory and its applications to related fields for an exchange of new results, information, opinion and future developments in the field. The 28th IWOTA takes place at TUC. Mehr ...
25.09.2017 BIfEB, Strobl / St. Wolfgang (Austria) 30th Chemnitz FEM Symposium 2017 - On Tour at Strobl / St. Wolfgang (Austria)
The symposium is devoted to all aspects of finite elements and related methods for solving partial differential equations. The topics include (but are not limited to) adaptive methods, parallel implementation, high order methods. Mehr ...

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