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125th anniversary of the death of Karl Weierstrass

Saturday, 19. February 2022


125 years ago today, on February 19, 1897, the famous mathematician Karl Weierstrass died in Berlin. On the occasion of the anniversary of his death, we are showing a small exhibition in our reading room. Among other things, there are original transcripts (handwritten!) from his lectures in the 1870s. At that time, Weierstrass taught mathematics at the Königliches Gewerbeinstitut, which later became the Technische Universität Berlin. His collected works and biographies are available for browsing. And then there's Weierstrass's monster...



Access for external guests

Monday, 17. January 2022


Those who do not study at the TU Berlin can also work in our reading rooms. Either with a free library card issued by the University Library (link to application form) or with our own "GreenCard procedure". This requires filling out a paper handout with contact information each time you visit. Check-in is then done through assigned numbers. Important for each visit are further a 3G proof (vaccinated, recovered, tested), a medical mask (FFP2 recommended) and a deposit for the locker, e.g. a student ID from another university.



**** Library closing during winter holidays ****

Friday, 17. December 2021


The Mathematics Library will be closed from December 20, 2021 to January 02, 2022.

Book returns can either be placed in a mailbox with the MA porter or dropped off at the Central Library (Fasanenstraße 88) during their opening hours.

As of 03.01. we will be open again during the following opening hours:

Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 21:00.

The library team wishes you a relaxing Christmas season and a good start into the year 2022.

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Textbooks for the summer semester

Tuesday, 27. April 2021


We have a special offer for all mathematics students in their first and second semesters. The most important textbooks for Analysis I and Linear Algebra I can now be borrowed from us in a prepared package for the entire summer semester. The bags are already filled. The extended loan period until 30.09.2021 saves additional trips during the pandemic to return or renew. One trip, all done, so to speak.

Included in the package are

  • Fischer: Lineare Algebra I + Exercise book
  • Liesen / Mehrmann: Lineare Algebra
  • Forster: Analysis I + Exercise book
  • Königsberger: Analysis I

The library team wishes you a good start into your studies!



Digital reading room paused

Tuesday, 06. April 2021


The digital reading room on Zoom, offered by the student team of the Math Library during the last months of the lockdown, will not be continued for the summer semester. We will pause from 6th of April until exam time, and will then restart the service if the "real" reading rooms have not yet reopened by then.

We will remain reachable by email, phone, and through our social media channels on Instagram and Facebook.



New WiFi routers

Thursday, 08. April 2021


The reading rooms are still closed due to the Corona pandemic. When we are allowed to open again, faster W-LAN will be available. Last week, new routers were installed, so that working with the laptop via Eduroam will be even more comfortable.



New acquisitions

Wednesday, 03. March 2021


Even though the library is still only open on a limited basis, we are working behind the scenes and constantly acquire new math books. You can find them in the usual place on our shelf for new acquisitions  - or in the knowledge portal Primo.

All books can be ordered, borrowed and picked up. If you have any special requests, please let us know here.

Digital reading room is open

Friday, 08. January 2021


Due to the Corona pandemic, the libraries are currently unable to offer workstations. The Mathematical Library is therefore reopening its Digital Reading Room, starting now, Mondays - Fridays 9:00 am - 4:00 pm.

A team member will always be available there to answer questions, you can work together in the "silent reading room" (mic off, camera on), and you will be provided with some "Bib feeling" from our rooms via live stream. Breakout rooms for homework groups are also available.

Access via https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/

Meeting ID: 973 5173 9187
Password: 587400

Direct link

We look forward to seeing you and learning together.

Opening hours during lockdown

Monday, 04. January 2021


Until there are some lockdown relaxations, the Mathematics Library will be open during the following hours:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10:00 - 15:00

Tuesday and Thursday: 15:00 - 20:00

TU student or staff ID cards will get you into the building. There is no need to reserve a slot. External users please register at the gatekeeper's lodge of the mathematics building with the purpose of your visit.

Your stay in the library must be limited to browsing, borrowing, scanning, and copying literature. A mouth-nose protection must be worn during the whole time.

You can also order books in advance. If you can't find something, feel free to call us: 030 314 22749.





*** Our opening hours at the end of the year ***

Tuesday, 15. December 2020


The Mathematics Library will be closed from 20 December 2020 to 03 January 2021.

Until 23.12. and from 04.01. the following opening hours apply:

Mon, Wed, Fri: 10:00 - 15:00
Tue, Thu: 15:00 - 20:00

The workstations in the reading rooms are not available until the end of the lockdown!

The library team wishes you a pleasant holiday season and a good transition into 2021.

Hot water and free tea in the reading room

Wednesday, 02. December 2020


Since we air our rooms hourly through the windows, it can be a little uncomfortable on cold days. In order to improve the stay of our visitors, we now offer free tea bags and hot water at our service desk.

The tea is a donation of the Berlin Mathematical School. Many thanks for this!

Please bring your own cups / mugs. We do not give out disposable cups and for hygienic reasons we do not give out dishes.



Library services under pandemic circumstances

Monday, 02. November 2020


Working in the mathematics library is still possible under observance of all hygiene measures and regulations.


  • For TU students: Previous seat booking via the University Library's booking system
  • Check-in and check-out at the service desk, when entering and leaving the library (do not forget your student card!)
  • For TU staff: Filling out a form for contact tracking in the entrance area
  • Wearing a mouth and nose protector during the entire stay
  • Keep a distance of two meters from other people
  • No group work in the library
  • Disinfect workstation before use
  • Wash or disinfect hands regularly
  • Regular ventilation of all windows in the reading rooms, no matter how cold it is outside
  • Breaks may be taken in the marked areas of the foyers, please take a basket with you when taking a break

Opening hours

Mondays - Fridays: 10:00 - 20:00
Saturdays: 10:00 - 19:30

Slots in the booking system

Mondays - Fridays: 10:00 - 14:45 | 15:15 - 20:00
Saturdays: 10:00 - 14:30 | 15:00 - 19:30

On-site services

  • Information and advice
  • Borrow, extend, return books
  • Pay reminder fees (only cash payment)
  • Scanning and printing via Print@Campus
  • Use of the book lockers
  • Borrow working materials, charging cables, etc.

Further information from the entire library system of the TU Berlin can be found at https://www.ub.tu-berlin.de/aktuelles/coronafaq/.

Welcome to the wintersemester!

Friday, 23. October 2020


The new edition of "Fischer", one of the standard textbooks in mathematics studies, has been published just in time for the winter semester. Starting with this edition, TU Professor Boris Springborn became co-author! In our textbook collection 30 copies are available for loan.

Textbooks for Anaysis, Linear Algebra and Computer-Oriented Mathematics can be found and ordered for loan via the Knowledge Portal Primo. Up to 25 books per person may be borrowed from the Departmental Library of Mathematics at the same time. As an alternative to the printed version, the e-book version of "Fischer" is also available within the TU Berlins IP range.

The MatheBib team wishes everyone a good start into their studies or the new semester!



Please always wear mouth-nose-protection

Friday, 09. October 2020

Person mit Mund-Nasen-Schutz, Vektorgrafik

Starting today, there is a new regulation for the libraries of the TU Berlin: Due to the increasing number of infections, a mouth-nose-mask must now also be worn while sitting at your study table.

The mouth-nose-mask does not replace the distance regulations and the remaining hygiene rules. They must be followed additionally. The hands should touch the mouth-nose-mask as little as possible in order to not contaminate it.

Please comply with the regulations. This way we together lower the risk of infection and the libraries can remain open.

Thank you and stay healthy :)

Extended opening hours

Monday, 14. September 2020


The use of our reading rooms for TU and UdK students is still only possible after booking workstations in advance. From Sept. 14th, however, we can extend the opening hours:

There are two slots available for booking from Monday to Friday: 10:00 am - 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm - 8:00 pm. On Saturdays one slot can be reserved from 12 am - 16:00 pm.

Please book your table here.



Reopening of the Math Library

Friday, 17. July 2020


Good news: As of Monday, 20.7.20 the use of the reading rooms in the Mathematics Library is possible again. The reservation of a desk is required via the booking system of the University Library: https://services.ub.tu-berlin.de/platzbuchung

Please note:

  • Access to the mathematics building only with valid desk reservation
  • The residence is only allowed in the Math Library, not in the rest of the building
  • Mouth and nose protectors must always be worn, unless you are sitting at you desk
  • At all times, a minimum distance of at least 2 metres from other persons must be maintained
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10-16
  • At the beginning we offer 50 work desks per day
  • The booking is only possible for TU and UdK members for now
  • If you do not need your desk after all, please free it up again in the booking tool
  • Who has a cold or feels unwell stays at home

We are very pleased to be able to offer workplaces again. Please follow the hygiene and protection regulations.




Opening of a digital reading room

Tuesday, 02. June 2020


Dear students,

the student team of the Mathematics Library now offers a digital reading room via zoom every day Mo - Fr from 11:00 - 16:00. We would like to create a common learning atmosphere there to support you during the online semester.

How does it work?

After the zoom-login you will arrive at the "service desk", where a team member will be available for questions. In the "silent reading room" you can work concentrated alone without being lonely. So please turn mirco off and only the camera on. If you want to work in a group, simply ask the team member to move you to a group study room. There you can talk about homework etc. At the service desk you can also ask questions about borrowing textbooks, accessing e-books, etc.

You can reach us via https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/
Meeting ID 973 5173 9187
Password: 587400

We hope that you like the idea and that we will see you soon in the reading room.



Books available for loan

Monday, 25. May 2020


From May 25th books from the collections of the Mathematics Library and the other departmental and special libraries at the TU Berlin can be borrowed again. Since the libraries are still closed for visitors, books must be ordered in advance via the Knowledge Portal Primo. They are then made available for borrowing centrally in the University Library (VW-Bibliothek, Fasanenstraße 88).

You will be notified by e-mail as soon as the books you have ordered are available. Please pick up your books within three working days Monday - Friday between 10:00 and 16:00. Please bring your library card, staff card or student card with you when you borrow books. It is obligatory to wear a mouth and nose protection in the library building. Please make sure that you keep a safe distance from other people. Sanitary facilities for users are not available. Disinfection equipment is provided.

You can also return your books at the University Library.

Please find more information about current library services here.

If you have any questions about ordering and booking, please do not hesitate to contact us.



Electronic Copy Delivery Service

Thursday, 14. May 2020


You can now order scans from our books and journals if no electronic version is available at the TU Berlin. The service is free of charge for TU employees and TU students. Please order via the knowledge portal Primo - you have to log in first with your library account.

Please find instructions here.

Please note that we are not allowed to scan entire books. We are happy to answer any questions via email and phone.



Remote access to eBooks and eJournals

Tuesday, 24. March 2020

Ansicht eines E-Books im Wissensportal Primo

Licensed full texts (e-books, e-journals, databases) are accessed via the publishers’ websites, where the IP range of ​​the TU Berlin is activated. From home you need a VPN tunnel into the computer network of the university to be able to access and download the content.

Instructions for the VPN service of the TU Berlin can be found here. For the Institute of Mathematics VPN service, please send an email to staff (at) math.tu-berlin.de. Detailed information will then be sent.

We recommend the Knowledge Portal Primo to search for eBooks and eJournals. Primo is the library catalog of the TU Berlin and also offers the possibility to create literature lists or to export reference information directly. All content we provide can be found there. You can set the search filter „type of publications" to Ebooks to limit your search results.

You can find an overview of the math eBook packages we have licensed here. Individual titles that were published in Open Access are not listed there. Electronic journals and databases such as MathSciNet and zbMATH can also be accessed remotely via VPN.

The Electronic Journals Library is ideal for checking which journals are licensed at the TU Berlin.



Libraries closed

Friday, 20. March 2020


Since Friday, March 20th the academic libraries of Berlin are closed to both guests and staff. This means that services can no longer be offered on site, and the printed literature is no longer accessible. Library cards expiring during the closing time will automatically be extended.

You can still contact us! If you have questions regarding literature research and access to ebooks and journals, do not hesitate to send us an email: library (at) math.tu-berlin.de.

You can also contact University Library Mon - Fri from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm: info (at) ub.tu-berlin.de or you can use the chat function: www.ub.tu-berlin.de/chat



New exhibition

Tuesday, 21. January 2020


How can geometric structures and dynamical processes be represented artistically?

The exhibition "Impressions of Geometry" of the collaborative research center Discretization in Geometry and Dynamics (SFB / Transregio 109) can currently be seen in our reading rooms. The topics of the nearly 40 visualizations and 3D models are wide-ranging: from application-oriented solutions in architecture, fluid mechanics and computer graphics, to graphically prepared representations of objects from surface theory, to artistic interpretations of the work in the research project.

The exhibition runs until March 15, 2020. More information in the press release: https://www.tu-berlin.de/?211489



Book sale 2020

Monday, 06. January 2020


Our annual book sale of sorted out math books starts today. In particular, we offer older editions of textbooks, conference proceedings and monographs from all areas of mathematics. Prices are between € 0.50 and € 8 per book and can be paid at the service counter (cash payment only).

This is the ideal opportunity to build your own math library.
We look forward to your interest!




Dies Mathematicus

Wednesday, 04. December 2019


This Friday, 6th of December, the graduation ceremony of the Institute of Mathematics takes place. All students and members of the university are cordially invited to the Dies Mathematicus.

** Program **

2.00 pm: Lecture Competition (MA 041 and MA 043)

5.30 pm: Ceremony (MA 001)

7.00 pm: Party (before HE 101)

Further information under www.math.tu-berlin.de/dies/

Congratulations to all graduates of the year and all the best for the future!



Be rewarded for learning

Monday, 02. December 2019


The "Mathebib Locker Advent Calendar" starts again: Every opening day until Christmas a little gift is hidden in one of our lockers. For example, books on the beauty of math or coffee cups of the Berlin Mathematical School. (Thanks for the donation!)

Please note that Math Library is closed from Dec. 21st until Jan 5th



Height-adjustable Tables

Wednesday, 20. November 2019


Several times in the last years, the request for high desks to work in standing position was expressed. Especially during long learning periods, changing the position gives you more comfort. In addition, the TU representative for students with disabilities and chronic illnesses asked us to set up barrier-free workplaces.

We were able to realize both demands: In our reading room, two electrically height-adjustable tables and ergonomic office chairs are now available.

The other TU libraries also provide special workplaces and services for handicapped people. More information can be found here.



Mathematical Place of the Month in Berlin

Wednesday, 30. October 2019

Studierende im Lesesaal

A really nice attention: In October 2019 the Mathematics Library was chosen as "Place of the Month" by the Berlin Mathematical Society (BMG). On its website, the BMG presents places, monuments or institutions in Berlin that are related to mathematics on a regular basis.

A short article about the history, present and future of the Math Library can be found at http://www.math.berlin/orte/tu-fachbibliothek.html.

We are very happy to be part of mathematical Berlin.



Math books and youtube videos

Thursday, 17. October 2019


The well-known Math-Youtuber Daniel Jung has published some books which can be borrowed from us now. They are particularly suitable for the transition from school mathematics to higher mathematics and are well suited for the first semesters in science and engineering.

For math students, we also recommend our textbook collection.




Friday, 04. October 2019


We are very pleased, that the gallery (the area above the locker room) developed so well. The four group study rooms Banach, Hilbert, Sobolev and Krylov has met with much interest and are now occupied almost every day.

Recently we added two beanbag chairs, that you can use to relax during your study break.



Invitation to the semester opening on Tuesday 22 October at 6 p.m.

Poster Ausstellungseröffnung

The Institute of Mathematics continues its exhibition tradition in the library and welcomes the new winter semester with works by Violetta Richard on 22 October 2019 at 18:00 o'clock.

For Violetta Richard space, light, time, border and their dissolution became an theme early on and now she encounters them as an inexhaustible breeding ground for her works, especially in painting. Her artistic work encompasses an interdisciplinary search for the core of things.

The art-interested public and all mathematicians and students are cordially invited to the vernissage. Dr. Christina Thomson, Head of the Graphic Design Collection of the Art Library, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin gives an insight into the works. The Berlin silhouette artist Albrecht Wintterlin will be present at the event and will cast a spell over the guests with his hand-cut portraits, which you are welcome to take home with you. Admission is free, no registration is necessary.

We look forward to an interesting and entertaining evening with art, wine and good conversation. 

If you are busy this evening, the exhibition will be open in the rooms of the Mathematische Fachbibliothek until 03 January 2020.

Exhibition Approximation Theory

Wednesday, 21. August 2019

An image of a swimmer and a reconstruction of it

Felipe Cucker and Hector Rodriguez use the Approximation Theory to reconstruct images from other images. They use e.g. Chinese characters, rectilinear or curvilinear elements. In this way, fascinating approximations are created that contain new dynamics.

The exhibition of Cucker and Rodriguez's works was opened for a conference in honor of Felipe Cucker - Felipe's Fest - and can be visited in the rooms of the Mathematical Library until September 13th.

Further information: concept-script.com/approxTheory

Happy 200. Birthday, Stokes

Tuesday, 13. August 2019


On the occasion of his 200. birthday, there is a small exhibition in the library with collected works from and biographies about George Gabriel Stokes. He was born on the 13th of August 1819 in Ireland and became an important mathematician and physicist of the 19th century. The Navier-Stokes-Equations are well known.



+++ Reduced opening hours during semester break +++


Please note: From 29th of July until 11th of August the Math Library is completely closed. In these two weeks we cleanup, sort and rearrange the book shelves for more space.

In this time books can be returned at the MA gatekeepers office.

From the 12th of August until the 28th of September our opening times are Mon till Fri from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

We wish you an enjoyable summer time.

A new neighbor in the Mathematics Building

Tuesday, 16. July 2019


The European Mathematical Society Publishing House moved from Zurich to Berlin today. We warmly welcome the math publisher as our new neighbor and look forward to good cooperation.

Please find the press release here.



Small exhibition in our reading room

Tuesday, 25. June 2019


Prior to the development of the computer as a "universal instrument" a variety of mechanical devices and instruments for measuring, calculating and counting was used by mathematicians and engineers. We show some devices from our collection of mathematical instruments in the reading room.



#Instawalk at the Long Night of the Sciences

Monday, 03. June 2019


Amateur photographers with an Instagram account can participate on a tour through University Library and Mathematics Library this year. The Long Night of the Sciences on June, the 15th, gives you the opportunity to access our classics collection and uniquely designed reading rooms.

Please register until 11th of June via email (socialmedia -at- ub.tu-berlin.de), the number of participants is limited.

More information can be found here.



Library Closing on Easter

Wednesday, 17. April 2019


The University Libraries at the VOLKSWAGEN Building and the Subject and Department Libraries of TU Berlin will be closed from Friday, 19 April 2019 till Monday, 22 April 2019.

We wish you a happy easter holiday.

Print with print@campus with us!

Monday, 01. April 2019

Mit MensaCard Printkonto print@campus aufladen
Loginseite für TU Berlin print@campus

You want to print? Then use our print@campus!

It's very easy: Open the print@campus website > log in with your TU account > upload the file you want to print and select the printer > Voilà! Your printout is ready!

Where does your print@campus credit come from? You can use your MensaCard to top up your credit, for example with us.
And your MensaCard credit? You can top it up in the Mensa in the Hardenbergstraße.

Invitation to Semester Welcome Reception on Tuesday, April 9th at 6 p.m.

Monday, 25. March 2019

Poster des Semesterauftakts zum Sommersemester 2019 des Instituts für Mathematik der TU Berlin in der Mathematischen Fachbibliothek

Together with MATH+, the Institute of Mathematics invites you to our traditional semester welcome reception!

We open the first Thematic Einstein Semester of the Berlin Mathematics Research Center on Tuesday, April 9th at 6 p.m. and look forward to exciting live music from the band RAPHY & ADRY.

The event is open to the public, no registration is necessary. Snacks and drinks will be provided.

Libraries closed on March, the 8th

Thursday, 07. March 2019


Berlins government decided to make the International Women's Day a public holiday. Please note, that the TU-Libraries are closed on this day!

This is a good occasion to remember the exhibition Women of Mathematics throughout Europe - A Gallery of Portraits, that were presented in our reading rooms in 2016. Since then, the portraits were exhibited around the world, and will come back to Berlin in June, to a venue at FU. More details can be found here: www.womenofmathematics.net.



Additional learning space

Monday, 21. January 2019


Welcome to the "aquarium"

From now on we provide twelve new desks for concentrated single work in the library. Therefor one of our storerooms has been emptied, freshly painted and decorated. It is now called the "aquarium" and can be used during our opening hours. No reservertion is needed, but please clear up before you take a longer break. All desks have reading lamps and socket-outlets for your laptops.



Library Learning Night #4

Wednesday, 16. January 2019


We cordially invite all students to our next Learning Night on Tuesday, the 12th of February, beginning at 8:00 pm.


Night café with self made cake, coffee and tea from the library student team (9 pm - 1 am)

The Psychological Counceling provides help in case of procrastination, exam fears and motivation problems (9 - 11 pm)

TU Sports are going to send a trainer, who offers some exercises to get your neck relaxed and your torso flexible again after learning (10 - 11 pm)

There is no entrance fee and no registration nessesary. (Link to the Facebook-Event is here.)

We look forward to seeing you.



Book Sale

Monday, 14. January 2019


Like every year in January, we have started our sale of used mathematical textbooks and monographs. From January, the 14th till February, the 1st, you can buy books of all kind of topics at the service desk (cash only please). Prices vary between 0,50 € and 10,00 €.

We look forward to your visit!



New Year, Good Year!

Tuesday, 01. January 2019

Neujahrsgruss 2019

The team of the Mathematische Fachbibliothek wishes a healthy and successful year 2019. Good luck, a lot of diligence and at least as much fun as the yellow "tubers" ;)


Change in Opening Hours during Christmas and New Year's Day

Monday, 17. December 2018


Please note that TU libraries reduce their opening hours during festive season. Central Library (Fasanenstrasse 88) will be open from 27th till 30th of December. Math library will be closed between 22/12/18 and 01/01/19.

More information can be found here.

The library team wishes you happy holidays and all the best for 2019.

*Enhanced capacity*

Monday, 05. November 2018

Again and again there were bottlenecks in our locker service, especially in the exam periods. In addition, Mathe-Ini (the mathematics students association at TU Berlin) wanted new lockers which can be borrowed longer. Thanks to an investment of the Institute of Mathematics, we were able to fullfil this wish.

As of now, we provide

  • 174 daily lockers
  • 48 book lockers
  • 76 permanent lockers

The permanent lockers can be borrowed (only from math students) for 3 to 6 months. The book lockers are available to everybody who do not want to carry his books home every day.



Semester welcome reception at the 25th of Oct at 6:00 pm

Monday, 08. October 2018


We cordially invite you to our „traditional“ semester welcome reception at the Mathematics Library (Room MA 163), on Thursday the 25th.

The event begins at 6:00 pm with a panel discussion about alternative jobs in mathematics: Four mathematicians tell us about their work as science journalist, data security scientist, researcher for energy and climate change and software programmer for Apple.

The informal part of the evening starts at 7:00 pm with Jazz music from the band United Swingtett, as always paired with wine, snacks and nice chats and socializing.

Please find the poster with more information (only german) here.



Additional Workspace

Tuesday, 11. September 2018


We have extended our portfolio of group study "rooms". In addition to the two rooms (with the names Banach and Hilbert), we now provide a third one for four persons (called Sobolev) and a smaller one for two persons (called Krylov).

Please treat them carefully and do not forget to hoist the flag for show occupancy. Thank you!



Renovation work

Wednesday, 27. June 2018


From 28th of June till 13th of July our coak room will be cleaned and renewed.

We get new lockers and can offer also more book boxes soon!

The normal operation should continue without major restrictions. For some noise and inconvenience during the renovation we kindly ask for your understanding.

+++ Strikebound library closing +++

Monday, 04. June 2018


Please note, that Mathematics Library reduces its opening hours due to the strikes of the student employees!

How are our books shelfs organized?

Tuesday, 29. May 2018


It can be very usefull to know the shelving system, if you want to get a good orientation between all the math books in the library: The first level (two digits) of the call number is the subject area (like 51 = geometry), followed by a letter, which represents the subject category withing the area. The third level (two digits again) tells you the very specific topic of the book. If we have more books than one for the same topic, they are arranged in alphabetical order.

Did you know: our system, the Mathematics Subject Classification (MSC), is internationally known by almost every mathematician. More information here: https://ams.org/msc, or at our service desk.

Semester opening event: Tue., 24th of April, 6:00 pm

Tuesday, 10. April 2018


Continuing our tradition, Mathematics Library invites you to celebrate the coming semester with an exhibition opening in our reading rooms: We present a selection of works from the international artists group Oupeinpo (Ouvroir de peinture potentielle = Workshop for potential painting).

The Oupeinpo members apply self given (mathematical) rules to art. Sometimes playful, sometimes demanding, they find and show us the constraints of art.

The exhibition opening on Tuesday, the 24th of April at 6:00 pm is part of the International Week 2018 and is jointly organized with the Institut français Berlin.

There is an artists talk at Institut français Berlin at 3:00 pm. Please pay attention to the attached poster and program for more details!

We look forward seeing you!



Hello summer semester!

Monday, 09. April 2018

Erstsemesterempfehlungen SS18

We say hello to everyone who is new to us and those who already know us at the beginning of the summer semester 2018!

In order to make it easier for students who are new to the TU Berlin and / or to studying mathematics, we have compiled a few literature recommendations by professors and students. You can find them and the list to the left of our entrance. The list can also be found here on our website.

✌️☺ Have a happy and succesfull semester! ☺ ✌️



Happy Birthday Joseph Fourier!

Wednesday, 21. March 2018


250 years ago, on March, the 21st of 1768, Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier was born in Auxerre, an ancient town in the middle of France. He was a pioneering physicist and mathematician, but also a politician, prefect and egyptologist. In math and physics he is especially famous for his Fourier series and analysis. 

On the occasion of his 250th birthday, we present a small exhibition in our reading room.



SIAM Journals licence upgrade

Thursday, 15. March 2018


The journals of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) are most widely read and highly cited in the mathematical sciences. Due to a licence upgrade, from now on, Mathematics Library provides full electronic access to every article ever published in the SIAM journals within the IP range of TU Berlin.

Please find an overview of the journals here.



75th anniversary of David Hilbert's death

Wednesday, 14. February 2018


Already, 75 years passed since the death of one of the greatest mathematician of modern times: David Hilbert, born in 1862, reached the age of 81 and many of his articles were not only fundamental but also established new fields of research.

To find out more about this influential mathematician, have a look at our small exhibition in the library :)

Long Night of Studying 2018: Tue, the 13th of February

Friday, 26. January 2018


Tests! Exams! Wherever you look!

In order to give you more time for studying and support, the Mathematics Library invites you to the 3rd Long Night of Studying on February, the 13th 2018!

***On February, the 13th, we have additional opening hours from 21:00 until 1:00 at night***

We offer:

  • 21:00-23:00 o'clock: Tips & Tricks for motivation problems, procrastination & exam nerves - with Mechthild Rolfes (Psychological Counseling TU)
  • A cosy "Nachtcafe": To keep you awake we offer some self made cakes, coffee and other bits and bobs

Let's do this, let us learn together. See you on Tuesday, the 13th :)



Mathematics book sale starts 8th of Jan.

Monday, 08. January 2018


In January we run our annual book sale of sorted out mathematics monographs and textbooks. A great opportunity to replenish your private math library at home! Prices from 0,50 €, cash only.

We are looking forward to your active participation!



From 1.1.18 presumably constricted access to Elsevier journals

Thursday, 28. December 2017

From 01.01.2018 there will presumably be no more access to the current articles of Elsevier journals at TU Berlin. Negotiations of the German Rectors' Conference (HRK), on behalf of the Alliance of Science Organisations, for a licensing agreement with Elsevier have remained unsuccessful so far.

Further information of TU University Library

Background: Project DEAL

We support members of the Mathematics Institute with their literature research. Please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance: library(at)math.tu-berlin.de / Phone: 22331.




++ Library closing between Christmas and New Year ++

Friday, 22. December 2017


Please note, that Mathematics Library will stay closed between Christmas and New Year. From 24th of Dec. till 1st of Jan., you may return books at the gatekeepers office of the MA building, even though no lending period will be due in this time. 

Opening hour of all TU Libraries can be found here.

The whole library team wishes you highly enjoyable books to read in your christmas holidays and all the best for 2018.



Sophus Lie – Happy Birthday!

Sunday, 17. December 2017


Today, 175 years ago, the Norwegian mathematician Marius Sophus Lie was born.

Lie founded the theory of continuous symmetry - Lie theory - and introduced continuous transformation groups, which today bear the name Lie group. Many more mathematical structures and theorems are named after Lie.

His collected works (German: Gesammelte Abhandlungen) and the volumes on transformation group theory (German: Theorie der Transformationsgruppen) can be found in our classic collection.

Christmas time ...

Friday, 01. December 2017


... means two things for us:

1. Our annual "Locker Advent Calendar" is set up. Every day until Christmas, there is a little gift in one of our lockers. Good luck at the service desk, when you borrow a key.

2. Shortend opening hour on Friday, the 8th of December! Due tu our christmas staff party, math library will close at 7:00 pm.

We wish you a happy advent season!



Welcome (back) to the winter semester

Monday, 09. October 2017

Erstsemesterempfehlungen WS17-18

We welcome everyone who is new to us and those who already know us to the new winter semester 2017/2018!

In order to make it easier for students who are new to the TU Berlin and / or to studying mathematics, we have compiled a few literature recommendations by professors and students. You can find them and the list to the left of our entrance. The list can also be found here on our website.

✌️☺ Have a happy and succesfull semester! ☺ ✌️



Semester Opening Event at 24th of October, at 6:00 pm

Monday, 02. October 2017


The Mathematics Institute welcomes the new winter semester with an exhibition opening in the library.

You are cordially invited!

Take a seat!

Friday, 08. September 2017


We were in the fortunate position of being able to refurnish our lounge seating area in the reading room! The brand new couch is in blue, with well fitting sofa cushions.

In this area we provide the following journals to flick through while relaxing:

  • Mitteilungen der Deutschen Mathematikervereinigung
  • Mathematische Semesterberichte
  • Newsletter of the European Mathematical Society
  • Notices of the American Mathematical Society
  • Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society
  • und some more ...

Bernoulli's 350th Birthday

Sunday, 06. August 2017


Today we say: Happy 350th Birthday, Johann Bernoulli!

Johann Bernoulli was a Swiss mathematician and medical doctor, younger brother of the mathematician Jakob I. Bernoulli and father of the mathematician Daniel Bernoulli. The Bernoullis were a patrician family of merchants and scholars; Johann is known for his contributions to infinitesimal calculus and L'Hospital's rule as well as making the new branch of mathematics "Analysis" known on the european continent.

On this occasion we put together a small exhibition about Johann and his family. It can be found right next to our entrance until the end of august.

What's in those cabinets?

Friday, 28. July 2017


If you want to inform yourself about recent developments in the mathematical sciences, you can use the internet, or - old fashioned but quite convenient - browse the journals section in our reading room.

Here you can find current issues of the mathematical journals, we have subscribed to. We just updated the inscription. Now you can see at a glance

  • which volumes we provide and
  • if the content is available in print or online.

Taking a look is well worthwhile.

Friendly reminder

Tuesday, 27. June 2017


Please keep in mind that your self brought books must be declared at the service desk.

Thank you!

You are invited to welcome the new semester with us!

Monday, 03. April 2017


Traditionally, the Institute of Mathematics welcomes a new semester with an opening event in the library.

This summer semester, we are going to open the exhibition Lichteinfall from Hans Werner Pohl on this occasion. You are cordially invited to celebrate with us on:

*** Tuesday, the 25th of April 2017, at 6:00 pm ***

With art, music and wine. No registration necessary.

We look forward seeing you in our reading rooms.

Exhibition poster

Happy Birthday Mr. Banach!

Thursday, 30. March 2017

Stefan Banach

30th of March 2017 is the 125th birthday of one of the - if not the - founder of modern functional analysis: Stefan Banach.

Banach is one of the most famous mathematicians of the 20th century: Math students hear about the Banach fixed-point theorem at the latest in their second semester. The Banach spaces are named after him and are central research objects of functional analysis.

On this occasion the Mathematics Library has put together a small exhibition about his life and his work. It can be found right next to the entrance until the 18th of April.



Film Shooting in the Library

Thursday, 16. March 2017


A team of Berlin based film makers will shoot some student riots with occupation of the library. Due to this circumstances, we are going to close on Friday, the 17th of March at 1:00 pm.



That was the "Long Night of Studying"

Wednesday, 15. February 2017

 - 150 visitors
- all of our lockers in use
- almost every seat occupied
- 26 litres of coffee
- 8 plates of cake and sandwiches

...  on a Tuesday night from 9 pm to 1 am!
This is a major success for a small library with *only* 143 Workplaces.

Thank you for a lot of positive feedback, your motivation and your respect. The library team wishes all of you very successful exams!



Additional Co-Working-Space

Friday, 10. February 2017


Innovation in the library: From now on we offer two brand new Co-working-spaces, called "Hilbert" and "Banach". They are located above the entrance. Please respect our instructions for use. ;)



Long Night of Studying 2017

Monday, 30. January 2017

Long Night of Studying 2017
Long Night of Studying 2017

It's that time again! The exams are imminent and you have to study, study, study!

In order to give you more time and support, the Mathematics Library invites you to the 2nd Long Night of Studying on February, the 14th, 2017!

***On February, the 14th, we have additional opening hours from 21:00 until 1:00 at night***

We offer:

  • 21:30-22:30 o'clock: Concentration and relaxation exercises in preparation of exams with Prof. Emmrich
  • A cosy "Nachtcafe": To keep you awake we offer some self made cakes, coffee and other bits and bobs

Let's do this, and study together! See you on Tuesday, the 14th :)



Build your own math library ;-)

Wednesday, 11. January 2017


Like every year, Mathematics Library is going to sell sorted out mathematics books. An excellent opportunity to expand your private math library. We offer some nice classics from Atiyah to van der Waerden, at a price of 0,50 to 20 Euro (cash only).

The book sale starts on Monday, the 16th of January.

We hope to see you!




Season's greetings and best wishes for the New Year!

Wednesday, 21. December 2016


Quietness / concentration / books ... far away from the hustle and bustle of the festive season, you can work and study in our reading rooms until the 23rd of December, 21:00 o'clock. Math Library is closed from Dec. 24th till Jan. 1st. During season break books may be returned at the gatekeepers office of MA building.

We wish all of you nice and peacefull holidays and the best possible start in 2017!

Opening hours of other TU-Libraries:

University Library and Branches

Die Bibliothek Wirtschaft & Management



Barner / Flohr available for download

Tuesday, 06. December 2016


Analysis I + II from Martin Barner and Friedrich Flohr is on of the most popular (German) textbooks of all times. Now we offer the electronic version to download within the TU campus area.

Ana I: http://portal.ub.tu-berlin.de/TUB:tub_aleph002131965
Ana II: http://portal.ub.tu-berlin.de/TUB:tub_aleph002131966

Exhibition Opening: Nov. 16th, 6:00 pm

Tuesday, 01. November 2016


In frame of the 10th anniversary of Berlin Mathematical School, we open the exhibition Art on Board - the Beauty of Math at the Mathematics Library.

The exhibition shows early prints of Bernar Venet, combined with the ten most beautiful mathematical expressions of the Concinnitas-Project.

Everyone interested in math or art is cordially invited to the welcome reception on Wednesday, the 16th of November, 6:00 pm.




Welcome (back)!

Saturday, 15. October 2016


We have...

Updated our Textbook Collection
Extended our Opening Hours ✅
Set up our Course Literature ✅

Bernhard Riemann

Wednesday, 20. July 2016


Today is the 150th death anniversary of one of the most important mathematicians: Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann. He lived in the 19th century and knew various scientific figures of his time. Despite his only 39 years he was a pioneer in many fields of analysis, differential geometry, mathematical physics and analytic number theory. His work is still of great importance for the sciences.

Riemann is known and has named different mathematical structures: Riemannian geometry, Riemann surface, Riemann integral and much more.

Books for Riemann geometry can be found at the call number 53B and 53C. Riemann's collected works are at 01A75/Ri.

Photo exhibition: Women of Mathematics throughout Europe

Friday, 08. July 2016


In line with the upcoming 7th European Congress of Mathematics here at TU Berlin, we are going to present the exhibition „Women of Mathematics throughout Europe - A Gallery of Portraits“. We are excited about being the first place to show this touring exhibition, that will travel throughout various european cities afterwards.

The opening event takes place in the Mathematics Library on Wednesday, the 20th of July, at 6:30 pm. Please find more information on the

exhibition leaflet.

Congratulations Sir Andrew J. Wiles!

Wednesday, 06. July 2016


The Abel Prize for 2016 goes to Sir Andrew J. Wiles (62), University of Oxford, "for his stunning proof
of Fermat’s Last Theorem
by way of the modularity conjecture for semistable elliptic curves, opening a new era in number theory.

Andrew J. Wiles is one of very few mathematicians whose proof of a theorem has made international headline news. In 1994 he cracked Fermat’s Last Theorem, after 30 years of interest in it. In 1963, when he was a ten-year old boy growing up in Cambridge, England, Wiles found a copy of a book on Fermat’s Last Theorem in his local library. Wiles recalls that he was intrigued by the problem that he as a young boy could understand, and yet it had remained unsolved for three hundred years. "I knew from that moment that I would never let it go," he said. "I had to solve it."

And solve it he did! Look at the fascinating book "Fermat's Last Theorem" by Simon Singh which tells the adventurous story of this mathematical riddle. Find it at your Mathematics Library with the call number 00A06/Si.

More Mathematical Literature

Thursday, 16. June 2016

Some doughnuts to celebrate this milestone ;)

Our collection of the well known series of monographs "Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society" contains more than 1.000 titles. Our colleague Diana has catalogued them all in the last months, so every title is findable in the Knowledge Portal Primo now. Check!

Additional full text online access is provided for the current 6 volumes via TU campus network: http://www.ams.org/publications/ebooks/memoirs




Print at your library

Wednesday, 08. June 2016

Screen shot of login page

You need to print your enrolment receipt? Or your homework assignment? But where?
From now on our printer is available through the print@campus service! It is located right behint the info desk.

Please find more information about scanning, printing and copying here!

Sporty library

Wednesday, 25. May 2016


Please note:

Mathematics Library team participates at the Berliner Firmenlauf. Therefore we will close the library on Friday, the 27th of May at 6:00 pm!

Thank you for your understanding.

Literature for the summer semester

Friday, 15. April 2016


The course literature for mathematical courses are on reserve now! You can find a list of them here.

For first-year-students of mathematics we arranged a display of recommended textbooks again. Drop in, have a look and try different books! More information here.

Your library team.



Invitation for the semester opening event, 04/26/2016

Tuesday, 29. March 2016


A new summer semester approaches and here at the Mathematics Institute we celebrate its start traditionally together with a Soiree at the Mathematics Library!

On this occasion we open the exhibition x populationen from Dirk Holzberg

on Tuesday, the 26th of April 2016, at 6 pm.

The artist is going to present us a selection of works with photography, video and installations.

With an introduction by Christina Christidou and a live performance of Manami N.

All members of TU Berlin as well as the interested public is cordially invited and very welcome to join us.

Invitation (print version)



** Long Night of Learning **

Tuesday, 02. February 2016


Final spurt for your exams: Lets learn together, until deep at night, on Tuesday, the 9th of Feburary 2016.

***Additional opening hours from 21:00 until 1:00 at night***

With a cosy "Nachtcafe": To keep you awake we offer some self made cakes, coffee and other bits and bobs.

See you Tuesday night!

Where to find a seat?

Wednesday, 20. January 2016

During examination periods it is sometimes hard to find a free desk to learn and study. In libraries there is space available especially in the evening and on saturdays! Additional space for group work in the mathematics building is available in seminar rooms between the lectures. Please find a list of these rooms here: 

Study space in the mathematics building

Good luck for your exams!


+ + + Library closing during season break + + +

Wednesday, 23. December 2015


Please note that Mathematics Library will be closed from Dec. 24th till Jan. 3rd. During season break books can be returned at the gatekeepers office of MA building.

Opening hours of the other TU-Libraries:

University Library and Branches

Die Bibliothek Wirtschaft & Management


The team of "MFB" wishes all of you nice holidays and the best possible start to the new year 2016!

Book sale during Advent season

Monday, 30. November 2015


Like every year Mathematics Library sells sorted out mathematics books during Advent season: *Nov. 30th - Dec. 23rd*. We offer more than 800 items at a price of 1 to 20 Euro (only cash).

We hope to see you!

Happy Birthday Weierstrass!

Saturday, 31. October 2015

This Saturday (31st of October) the famous mathematician Karl Weierstrass would have turned 200 years old. On the occasion of this big birthday we present some of his original works in our reading room. 

Weierstrass taught in Berlin since 1856 at the royal trade institute and later at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-University. In our small exhibition you can see some original notes that were taken from one of his students in this time.

Advice on Open Access in the Mathematics Building

Monday, 19. October 2015

In context of 'International Open Access Week' our university library will be providing an information booth on the topic in the lobby of the Mathematics Building this Thursday, the 22nd of October, from 10:00am till 2:00pm. Our colleagues there are also especially prepared for matters regarding mathematics and are looking forward to answering your questions!

More information:
1. http://www.ub.tu-berlin.de/oa
2. http://www.openaccessweek.org/

Invitation for the semester opening event, 27.10.2015, 6:00 pm

Monday, 21. September 2015


This semester we present the exhibition "Moving Still" of E. Yuri Figini. In his art work Figini analyses how motion pictures effect his own painting:

"Movies act as a vast archive of inspirational resources in which I can lose myself for days. They provide me with a visual laboratory through which I can roam and borrow frames for my experiments on canvas. ..."

Vernissage takes place at the library's traditional "Semesterauftakt" at the 27th of October, 6:00 pm. Every member of the institute as well as the interested public is kindy invited!

We look forward to welcome you!

Printable Invitation (german)



Textbook Collection: Extendable Loan Period

Tuesday, 21. July 2015

There are more than 700 items of the most important mathematics textbooks in our textbook collection.

From now on the loan period of books of our textbook collection is extendable up to 5 times. This sevice is provided for all TU members. And if all items of a title are checked out, now you can make reservations.

So former restrictions of borrowing textbooks only for 4 weeks have expired.

It's Summertime!

Wednesday, 15. July 2015

The summer semester is coming to its end, exams are pilling up. Good luck to all of you - and may you also have time to enjoy the sun!

Like every summer we cut our opening hours: We have reduced opening hours from August, 3rd 'till September, 26th (see above). Due to reshelving and rearranging work your Library closes from August, 10th 'till 21st. During that time no loan period ends. If you want to return books, you can give them to the doorkeeper of the MA-Building.

Berliner Firmenlauf: The Library Team is running too!

Friday, 05. June 2015

Unsere Läufer 2014

On Friday, the 12th of June 2015, the 14th Berliner Firmenlauf takes place. The library team of the Mathematics Library is running for the TU Berlin.

For this reason the library closes at 19:00 o'clock on 12 June 2015. Books can be returned to the doorkeeper of the MA buildung until 21:00 o'clock.

Thank you for your understanding!

More book boxes!

Monday, 30. March 2015

Because of the growing demand we installed ten new book boxes. So now we offer 30 boxes in total to storage your books and working materials. Please search the Knowledge Portal Primo for "Bücherbox" to check availability. Loan period is 4 weeks, with the option to renew it.

Happy Birthday Christian Goldbach!

Wednesday, 18. March 2015

Die geraden Zahlen von 4 bis 28 als Summe zweier Primzahlen

Exactly 325 years ago, 18th of March 1690, the famous mathematician Christian Goldbach was born. His work is still interesting for many scientists world wide. And the "Goldbach Conjecture" is still an unsolved problem!

For his birthday the math library presents a small exhibition of books and pictures of Christian Goldbach and his mathematical work.

Indroducing the "reading corner" - our library sofa

Tuesday, 03. March 2015

Cover der Zeitschriften der Leseecke: Bulletin of the AMS, Elemente der Mathematik, Helmholtz-Perspektiven, IMS Bulletin, Leibniz-Journal, Max-Planck-Forschung, Mitteilungen der DMV, Notices of the AMS,  Siam news, weiter.vorn.

To study mathematics can be exhausting. To relax a bit and to browse some newspapers or popular science journals, we have a cosy sofa in the reading room.

You can find journals of the Fraunhofer- and Max-Planck-Society as well as journals of the German Mathematical Society, the European Mathematical Society and the American Mathematical Society. For a daily newspaper we offer the taz.

Pierre de Fermat

Friday, 09. January 2015


Er war engagierter Jurist und vortrefflicher Mathematiker im 17. Jahrhundert. Seine Beiträge zur Differentialrechnung, analytischen Geometrie, Zahlentheorie, Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung und Variationsrechnung waren bahnbrechend und beeinflussen uns noch heute. Der Beweis seines letzten Satzes - der große fermatsche Satz - gilt als ein Höhepunkt der Mathematik des 20. Jahrhunderts.

Zu seinem Leben und seinem berühmten letzten Satz haben wir in unseren Räumen eine Ausstellung zusammengestellt.


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Buchverkauf mathematischer Literatur

Monday, 01. December 2014

Während der Adventszeit (1. bis 23.12.) verkaufen wir wieder ausgesonderte Lehr- und Fachbücher aus den Beständen der Bibliothek zu günstigen Preisen (nur Barzahlung). Neben Klassikern der Mathematik lassen sich auch einige Seltenheiten und viele Schnäppchen finden. Eine ideale Gelegenheit um vielleicht Lücken in der eigenen Privatbibliothek zu schießen oder ein Geschenk für Kolleginnen und Kollegen zu finden.

Wir freuen uns über reges Interesse und wünschen allein eine schöne Adventszeit!

Einladung zum Semesterauftakt

Tuesday, 07. October 2014


Zusammen mit dem Präsidenten der TU Berlin, Prof. Dr. Christian Thomsen und der Repräsentantin der Taipeh Vertretung, Agnes Hwa-Yue Chen präsentieren wir zum Wintersemester die Ausstellung "Licht und Schatten" in der Mathematischen Fachbibliothek.

Die Vernissage findet am Dienstag, den 28.10.2014 um 18 Uhr statt.

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen!


225. Geburtstag von A. L. Cauchy

Thursday, 21. August 2014


Der berühmte Mathematiker Augustin-Louis Cauchy hätte dieser Tage seinen 225. Geburtstag begangen. Vor allem in der Funktionentheorie, aber auch in nahezu allen anderen Teilgebieten der damaligen Mathematik zu Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts entwickelte Cauchy bahnbrechende Neuerungen.

Anlässlich seines Geburtstags erinnert die Mathematische Fachbibliothek mit einer kleinen Präsentation ihrer historischen Bestände an ihn. Happy Birthday A. L. Cauchy!

Längere Öffnungszeiten ab Mai

Wednesday, 07. May 2014


Alles neu macht der Mai und bringt uns mehr Stunden: Ab nächsten Montag, den 12. Mai, hat die MFB während der Vorlesungszeit wochentags bis 21:00 Uhr und nun auch Samstag 10:00-18:00 Uhr auf.

 Der erste offene Samstag fällt passenderweise mit dem 19. Tag der Mathematik zusammen, dem 17. Mai!


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Verleih von Laptop-Schlössern

Tuesday, 09. August 2011

Ab heute verleihen wir Laptopsicherungen der Firma Kensington zum Gebrauch im Lesesaal der Bibliothek! Schloss und Schlüssel erhalten Sie an der Theke. Wir hoffen die Sicherheit für Ihre mitgebrachten Geräte dadurch erhöhen zu können.

Die taz ist da

Thursday, 04. August 2011

Seit dieser Woche haben wir die Tageszeitung taz abonniert. Die aktuelle Ausgabe liegt in der Sofaecke des Lesesaals aus und kann gerne am Platz gelesen werden.

Neues E-Book-Paket

Wednesday, 27. July 2011

Die MFB hat die E-Book Collection der SIAM - Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics erworben! Ab sofort haben Sie im Campusnetz Zugriff auf alle Werke über: http://epubs.siam.org.

Die SIAM ist eine weltweit bekannte Gesellschaft für angewandte Mathematik mit über 13.000 Mitgliedern. Sie gibt insgesamt 15 renommierte Fachzeitschriften heraus und veröffentlicht jährlich ca. 25 Fachbücher.

Überarbeitung der Website

Monday, 25. July 2011

Liebe Besucher, während der Semesterferien wird die Website der MFB grundlegend überarbeitet. Daher kann es zu veränderter Menüführung und unvollständigen Inhalten kommen. Wir bitten um Ihr Verständnis.

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