• Upcoming MATH professor receives ERC Grant


    European Research Council (ERC) has today announced that the Danish mathematician, Professor Søren Galatius, is awarded the prestigious 2015 Consolidator Grant. »

  • Open House for high school students


    All 21 undergraduate programs at SCIENCE arrange a joint Open House for high school students and other prospective students. Here is the opportunity to meet students, see the facilities and talk with teachers. »

  • Marie Curie grant to Sinan Yalin


    MATH postdoc Sinan Yalin has received a Marie Curie Research Fellowship. The 166,829 € grant will be hosted at the Center for Symmetry and Deformation. »

  • MATH professor: Ramsey curse is bogus


    A celebrity dies when the English footballer Aaron Ramsey scores. That's the story reported on the internet and in the English media. Pure nonsense, says Professor Rolf Poulsen to the magazine »

  • Sinan Yalin, postdoc


    Sinan Yalin is employed as a postdoc from 1 January 2016. He will be associated with the research groups Topology and Non-Commutative Geometry and the Center for Symmetry and Deformation. »

  • David Skovmand, Associate Professor


    David Skovmand is employed from 1 January 2016 as an associate professor of Financial Mathematics in the Insurance and Economics section. »

  • Jed Kaniewski, postdoc at QMATH


    Jed Kaniewski started at the department on 1st January 2016 as a postdoc with the Villum Center for Excellence in the Mathematics of Quantum Theory (QMATH). His postdoc mentor is Matthias Christandl. »

  • Henrik Dam, PhD student


    Henrik Dam has started as a PhD student at the Insurance and Economics Section from 1st of October 2015. Henrik will have David Skovmand and Rolf Poulsen as supervisors. »

  • Christopher Perry, postdoc at GAMP


    Chris will be joining the department as a postdoc from December 2015. He will be associated with the section for Geometric Analysis and Mathematical Physics. »

  • Alexandra Muñoz, guest postdoc at SYM


    Alexandra arrived at MATH in November 2015. Her one year visit to the Centre for Symmetry and Deformation - for interdisciplinary work, bridging biology and pure mathematics - are supported by The Danish National »

  • Teacher of the year makes the abstract concrete


    What is the probability of receiving University of Copenhagen’s teaching award 'Harald of the Year'? This year's recipient should be able to answer. He researches and teaches in probability theory. »

  • Manuel Krannich, research assistant and PhD student


    Manuel Krannich is employed as a research assistant until the beginning January 2016, where he will start as a PhD student. »

  • Danish Statistician honoured by Oxford


    Therese Graversen from the Department of Mathematical Sciences has received a medal from the University of Oxford for her outstanding PhD thesis about systematic treatment of DNA analyses. »

  • Inaugural lectures by Tinne Hoff Kjeldsen & Steffen Lauritzen


    Friday 20 November 2015 two professors will give you an insight in the diversity of mathematical sciences when they each give their inaugural lectures. »

  • Photos from Ostrowski prize ceremony


    The 2015 Ostrowski Prize was 30 October awarded to Professor Peter Scholze, University of Bonn, Germany. The Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Copenhagen, was hosting the event. »