This is a collection of interesting information about the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics.
The Hausdorff Center for Mathematics (HCM) is a cluster of excellence at the University of Bonn. It is characterized by a broad thematic map, which reflects the distinctive mathematical competencies in Bonn. Scientists from Germany and abroad are investigating numerous topics of traditional mathematics and mathematical economy at the HCM. Scientists of the HCM provide the mathematical foundations of quantum physics, develop models for economic mechanisms, and enhance our understanding of the processes at the macroscopic level. The results of research at the HCM are for example implemented into the industrial design of computer chips or improve medical diagnosis instruments. The HCM applies highest international standards to the training of young academics and supports early scientific independence actively through grants. The cluster was founded in 2006 and has been approved for a second funding period in 2012. The second period will be running until 2017.
Hausdorff Center Flyer
Here you can find general information about the Hausdorff Center in our flyer (in German)
Our cluster of excellence was named after the famous mathematician Felix Hausdorff, who worked at the University of Bonn from 1921 to 1935. Find his biography here.
Mathematics in Bonn
Bonn has a long scientific tradition in mathematics, representing all major areas of the discipline. It occupies a leading position in national and international rankings for mathematical research and teaching. Take a look at the fascinating history of mathematics in Bonn and find out more about the departments and institutes of the HCM.