Department of Mathematics

TUM School of Computation, Information and Technology

We bring together the best of two worlds: The inherent beauty of mathematics and the practical strength of theory. The Department of Mathematics in the School of Computation, Information and Technology at the Technical University of Munich researches and teaches in the fundamental fields of Pure Mathematics and mathematical applications in Engineering, Computer Science, the Life Sciences and more. We stand for cutting-edge research areas and offer our students a profound, practical and modern education in Mathematics.

News from the Department of Mathematics

Research, Department |

Workshop on Mathematical Modeling and Scientific Computing - 2024

The topics of the workshop in October 2024 are: Mathematical and computer modeling of physical and biological processes; Optimization, control, and numerical methods for ODEs and PDEs; Computer technologies and data analysis in engineering and…

Research, Probability Theory |

Summer school: Particle systems in random environments

Particle systems in random environments One of the central research topics in probability is understanding the interplay between random processes and random environments. The school will focus on widely popular models, such as random walks, the…

Research, Statistics |

Workshop: Dependence models, Vines, and their Applications.

Do you want to exchange ideas on dependence modelling and vines? Then, join us for an interdisciplinary workshop on "Dependence models, Vines, and their Applications" in Garching near Munich, Germany, on July 22-24, 2024. Vine copulas offer a…

Department, Colloquium |

Department Colloquium Summer 2024

International researchers present their current work at the Colloquium of the Department of Mathematics. It will take place in lecture hall 3 (MI 00.06.011) on 10 July 2024. During the break, coffee, tea and pretzels will be served in the Magistrale.…

Research, Probability Theory |

Workshop: Random Walks, Scaling Limits and Criticality

The workshop brings together researchers in different career stages working on scaling limits of random walks and random walks in random environments, critical phenomena in percolation, loop-erased random walks, uniform spanning trees and modles with…

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