Forschung

Mathematische Forschung auf der Schnittstelle von Theorie und Anwendung ist unsere Mission. Hierbei repräsentiert das Department of Mathematics der School of Computation, Information and Technology an der Technischen Universität München die volle Breite: von grundlegenden Gebieten der reinen Mathematik bis hin zu mathematischen Anwendungen in den Ingenieurfächern, der Computer­wissenschaft, Life Sciences, Finanzen, Datenanalyse und mehr. Darin sind wir in Europa führend.


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Forschung, 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 bioinformatics; High performance scientific…

Forschung, 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 contact process, the voter model and branching random…

Forschung, 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 powerful lens into dependence modelling, unlocking…

Department, Kolloquium |

Department Kolloquium Sommer 2024

Beim Department Kolloquium der Mathematik berichten internationale Forscher:innen von ihrer Arbeit. Es findet am 10.07.2024, im Hörsaal 3 statt (MI 00.06.011). In der Pause gibt es für Sie Getränke und Brezen in der Magistrale. Alle Interessierten laden wir herzlich ein!

Forschung, Probability Theory |

Workshop: New developments in random interacting systems

The aim of the workshop is to bring together people interested in random interacting systems. Everybody who is interested is welcome to participate.