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Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze. Photo: Barbara Frommann

The Academy of Science and Literature has accepted Hausdorff Chair Peter Scholze as the youngest full member ever.

Prof. Dr. Christian Bayer

Prof. Dr. Christian Bayer receives an ERC Consolidator Grant for his project on "A Unified Framework of Business Cycles and Household Portfolios: Income Risks, Asset Liquidity, and Inequality".

Prof. Dr. Michael Ortiz.

Prof. Dr. Michael Ortiz joins the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics at the University of Bonn as a new Research Chair - an international recruitment at the highest level.

Prof. Dr. Karl-Theodor Sturm. Photo: headshots.de

Hausdorff Center coordinator Karl-Theodor Sturm receives one of the prestigious ERC Advanced Grants for a research project on "Metric measure spaces and Ricci curvature - analytic, geometric, and probabilistic challenges".

Prof. Dr. Anton Bovier with his co-authors Martina Baar, Hannah Mayer and Loren Coquille (from the left) from the Institute for Applied Mathematics. Photo: Anna Kraut

Mathematicians and physicians at the University of Bonn have developed a new model for immunotherapy of cancer.

Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze
Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze

Hausdorff Chair Peter Scholze receives the prestigious Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation.

Prof. Dr. Felix Kübler
Prof. Dr. Felix Kübler

Felix Kübler from the Institute for Banking and Finance of the University of Zürich has been awarded a Humboldt professorship and wants to join the Hausdorff Center with it.

Prof. Dr. Felix Kübler
Prof. Dr. Christian Bayer. Photo: Uni Bonn

Lasting increases in income improve well-being. Extra work makes people more dissatisfied.

Numerical simulation of a chemical reaction with uncertain initial conditions
Numerical simulation of a chemical reaction with uncertain initial conditions

University of Bonn: Researchers discuss how to use big amounts of data for better models.

The mathematical building of the University of Bonn
The mathematical building of the University of Bonn

The Hausdorff Center supports journalists of all career levels and from all over the world with travel packages to the "Panorama of Mathematics" conference in October.

Dr. Wolfgang Lück

HIM director Wolfang Lück has been awarded the prestigious ERC Advanced Grant which is endowed with 1.7 million Euros.

Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze

One of the most important mathematical prizes goes to a German university for the first time.

Gerd Faltings

Prof. Dr. Gerd Faltings has been awarded the Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences 2015 in equal shares with Henryk Iwaniec for their introduction and development of fundamental tools in number theory. 

Prof. Dr. Stephan Lauermann
Photo: Barbara Frommann-Czernik/University of Bonn

Prof. Dr. Stephan Lauermann from the HCM and the Institute for Macroeconomics and Econometrics has received an ERC Starting Grant. 

HCM director Prof. Dr. Sturm lays down flowers for Felix Hausdorff.
HCM director Prof. Dr. Sturm lays down flowers for Felix Hausdorff. Photo: Volker Lannert

Students of Bonn Mathematics and the HCM management honored Felix Hausdorff by maintaining his grave and laying down flowers on January, 26th - the anniversary of his death.

Prof. Dr. Benny Moldovanu
Photo: Volker Lannert/University of Bonn

Prof. Dr. Benny Moldovanu from the HCM explains price changes for flights mathematically.

Professor Dr. Jens Vygen
Photo: Barbara Frommann/University of Bonn

Researchers from the universities of Bonn and Grenoble provide the best results for the round trip problem.

Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze
Photo: Volker Lannert/University of Bonn

The 24 years old mathematician is Germany's youngest full professor.

Photo: Volker Lannert

The University of Bonn receives three of the prestigious ERC grants.

Photo: Frank Luerweg/University of Bonn

Mathematician from Bonn receives one of the prestigious ERC starting grants.

Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller

German excellence initiative: A director from the Max Planck society moves to the university. 

Photo: Volker Lannert

The young academics will establish their own research areas within the next five years.

Two scientist working on a table in the garden
Photo: Volker Lannert

Young talents in mathematics meet leading scientists at the Hausdorff Center in Bonn.

Speaker at opening congress in 2007

Brilliant mathematicians from all over the world visited Bonn for the opening congress.