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Mathematical Sciences at Jacobs University

Bachelor Program in Mathematics

  • Pure mathematics in modern applied contexts
  • Three year itensive career oriented program
  • Direct one-on-one student-faculty interaction

Mathematics with a Science Minor

  • Minor in Physics, Computer Science, etc.
  • Career in engineering or the applied sciences
  • Modern techniques in modeling and simulation

Mathematics with a Finance Minor

  • Minor in Finance and Economics
  • Perfect background for continuing an MBA
  • Or work in quantitative finance

Jacobs Semesters in Mathematics

  • English-language study-abroad program
  • Intgrated into our international campus
  • Experience Mathematics in Europe

International Summer School for Students

  • For students in their last two years of high school or in their first two years at university
  • Leaders of today meet the leaders of tomorrow
  • Next Summer School: July 4-14, 2015

Upcoming Events

Time and Place Event Title
Tue, Nov 25, 9:45
Research I Seminar Room
CAS Seminar
Palina Salanevich (Jacobs University)
On the least singular value of a random matrix
Tue, Nov 25, 14:15
Research I Seminar Room
Dynamics Seminar
Dima Dudko (Göttingen)
Continuity of core entropy of polynomials
Fri, Nov 28, 11:15
Seminar Room (120), Research I
Seminar in Algebra, Lie Theory, and Geometry
Tatiana Gateva-Ivanova (American University in Bulgaria, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and MPIM Bonn)
Set-Theoretic Solutions of the Yang-Baxter Equation and Related Algebraic Objects
Mon, Dec 1, 17:15
Research II Lecture Hall
Mathematics Colloquium
Alexander Mielke (Weierstraß-Institut Berlin)
On a metric and geometric approach to reaction-diffusion systems as gradient systems
Tue, Dec 2, 9:45
Research I Seminar Room
CAS Seminar
Peter Oswald (Jacobs University)
Wrap-up session on random matrix theory
Wed, Dec 3, 11:00
West Hall 2
CAS Seminar
Alexia Raharinirina (ZMT Bremen/Jacobs University)
A trait-based modelling approach to explore the role of symbiosis as an ecological mechanism to maintain coral reef homeostasis

Mathematics Colloquium · Algebra and Lie Theory Seminar · CAS Seminar · Geometry and Dynamics Seminar

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