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# Institute of Mathematics

The Institute of Mathematics of Faculty II - Mathematics and Natural Sciences - is an application-oriented research and teaching institute of Technische Universität Berlin.

We offer courses in mathematics, mathematical economics, technomathematics (both as Bachelor and Master) and scientific computing (only Master) as well as extensive mathematics services for students attending other courses.

The Institute of Mathematics at Technische Universität Berlin distinguishes itself through its diverse cooperations: within Berlin, nationwide and internationally. Hosting and participating in DFG mathematical research training groups (DFG-Graduiertenkollegs), in DFG collaborative research centers (SFB) and in DFG research units, acquisition of ERC grants as well as various prizes and awards which emphasizes the high level and international reputation of the institute.

The Institute is proud to be the home of the Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+ - a Cluster of Excellence funded by the Excellence Strategy. MATH+ is a dynamic research center that focuses on application-driven mathematical research relevant to our society. Its main goals are to train highly skilled young mathematicians across the entire breadth of mathematics, to develop innovative application-oriented mathematics with a focus on data-driven modelling, simulation, and optimization, and to open up new mathematical thinking spaces. MATH+ is supported by Berlin mathematics as a whole in cooperation with other scientific disciplines.

MATH+ will build upon the success of the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS) and the Research Center Matheon. The BMS will be augmented as the MATH+ graduate school and Matheon will live on within the Application Areas of MATH+.

Other partners are the Institutes for Mathematics at FU and HU Berlin as well as WIAS and ZIB.

## News

- Information for newly enrolled students in the mathematics programmes - Online introductory event (only in german language available)
- Courses in the mathematics programs in winter semester 2020/2021 (as PDF-File with Links in German)
- Long-Term Course Planning in Mathematics (as PDF-File in German, updated: October 2020)