The latest news related to the SFB Transregio 109
Young Investigators Workshop 2023
- Date: 06.03.2023, 12:00
From April 12th-14th 2022 the SFB/TRR 109 will hold a "Young Investigators Workshop" in Weimar.
Dr. Martin Skrodzki receives the 2023 SIAG/GD Early Career Prize.
- Date: 10.01.2023, 17:35
The SIAM Activity Group on Geometric Design (SIAG/GD) Early Career Prize, established in 2018, is awarded to an outstanding early career researcher in the field of geometric design and processing, for distinguished contributions to the field in the five calendar years prior to the year of the award.
Further information can be found on the SIAM Website
POSITIVE GEOMETRY: mini workshop @ TUM
- Date: 10.01.2023, 11:04
Bernd Sturmfels is organising a mini-workshop at the TU München on the theme of Positve Geometry. The workshop takes place on Monday, 23rd January 2023 from 16:00 - 18:00 in Lecture Theatre 3 of the Department of Mathematics - all are welcome to attend.
Further information can be found on the TUM Website
“Math Circles around the World” is finalist of China Dragon Awards 2022
- Date: 30.11.2022, 16:05
The documentary “Math Circles around the world” by Ekaterina Eremenko has made it to the final judging session at this year's China Dragon Awards brought by China International Conference of Science and Education Producers.
Geometry Summit 2023
- Date: 01.08.2022, 15:47
The Geometry Summit 2023 will be held in the Magazzini del Cotone Conference Center, Genova, Italy between 3-7th July 2023. More information will be published as soon as we receive it.
IMU Awards 2022
- Date: 05.07.2022, 15:53
Congratulations to all the IMU Awards 2022 winners!
Konrad Polthier is recipient of the John A. Gregory Award
- Date: 30.06.2022, 15:59
The John A. Gregory Award is the highest award in the field of Geometric Design. Konrad Polthier receives the price for his lifetime impact on the field.
Special Fellowships for Mathematicians from Ukraine
- Date: 12.04.2022, 15:34
The Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+ and the SFB/TRR 109 "Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics" are offering support for mathematicians from academic institutions in Ukraine, who have recently left the country due to the ongoing Russian attack on Ukraine.
“Math Circles around the World” is being shown on ARTE
“Math Circles around the World”, “Colors of Math” and „The Discrete Charm of Geometry“ will be screened on August 16-18
- Date: 02.08.2021, 16:45
“Math Circles around the World”, “Colors of Math” and „The Discrete Charm of Geometry“ will be screened online as part of the Australian National Science Week.More information, including the exact times and how to register can be found on the Mathematical Reasearch Institute’s website.Please note the 8 hour time zone difference between Melbourne time (AEST) and Berlin time (CEST).
Gitta Kutyniok invited to lecture at ICM 2022
- Date: 03.05.2021, 16:56
We are delighted to announce that Prof. Dr. Gitta Kutyniok has received the honor of being invited to give a lecture at the International Congress of Mathematicians 2022 (ICM 2022).
Jürgen Richter-Gebert receives Communicator Award 2021
- Date: 22.04.2021, 12:49
Jürgen Richter-Gebert receives the Communicator Award 2021 of the German Research Council (DFG). Bild: Astrid Eckert/TUM
“Lobachevsky Space” will be premiered on April 9th
- Date: 05.04.2021, 10:53
“Lobachevsky Space” is the opening film at Futuredoc. It will be screened for the first time on April 9th.
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“Math Circles around the World” will be screened on March 14
- Date: 09.03.2021, 14:13
“Math Circles around the World” is the opening film on the 8th Film Festival Mathematics – Computer Science and will be screened on March 14, 6 p.m. GMT+1 with Q&A with Ekaterina Eremenko.Further information on this and other films of the festival, including registration links, can be found on the Heidelberg Mains website.
Math Circles around the World
- Date: 06.11.2020, 16:20
Every week, hundreds of children in different cities of the world meet to solve complex problems. Who they are, why they do it and how, in the movie “Mathematical Circles Around the World”.
Film by Ekaterina Eremenko.
The movie has been produced in collaboration with and features participants of
- Math Circle at TU Berlin (Germany),
- Mathematical Pupils’ Society “Leonard Euler” Berlin (Germany),
- Berkeley Math Circle (USA),
- We Solve Problems (UK),
- Moscow Center for Continuous Mathematical Education (Russia).