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Hausdorff Center for Mathematics: Foundations, Models, Applications

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With newly focused research objectives and new appointments, the cluster Hausdorff Center for Mathematics: Foundations, Models, Applications will build on the success of the current cluster and establish a worldwide leading institute for cutting-edge mathematical research in Germany.

The goal is to identify and address mathematical challenges of the 21st century, to advance groundbreaking fundamental mathematical research worldwide, and to develop the mathematical methods and tools required by science and society.

It is supported by a team of internationally distinguished scientists with highest honors and awards, such as Prof. Dr. Peter Scholze the youngest winner ever of the Leibniz Prize and recent winner of the Fields Medal. This cluster is at the forefront of advancing young mathematicians and building a global network, together with the world's best research and education centers for mathematics.

Speaker

Prof. Dr. Karl-Theodor Sturm
sturm@uni-bonn.de

Website: hcm.uni-bonn.de

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