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2017.01.27 | Awards

Julie Thøgersen has received the 1st prize among the speakers at workshop in Switzerland

Julie Thøgersen has received the 1st prize among the speakers at the workshop Perspectives on Actuarial Risk in Talks of Young Researchers held in Ascona, Switzerland January 8-13. The prize is participation in the conference Insurance: Mathematics and Economics to be held in Vienna in July, with all expenses covered. Her winning talk…

2016.06.27 | Grant

3 x DFF funding for researchers at the Department of Mathematics

DFF | Natural Sciences has recently decided to support three researchers at the Math Department: Associate Professor Andrew Francis Swann, Professor Anders Marcel Bökstedt and Professor Henning Haahr Andersen (QGM).

2016.06.06 | Awards

Julie Thøgersen receives first prize for talk at conference

Julie Thøgersen has received the 1st prize among the speakers at 9th Conference on Actuarial Science & Finance on Samos held 18-22 maj on Samos. Her winning talk was entitled: Heavy tails and Markov dependence, with insurance applications Abstract: Let \( (\xi_n, Y_n)_{n \in \mathbb{N}} \) be a Markov renewal…

2015.12.02 | People

Søren Asmussen receives Doctor Honoris Causa at University of Wrocław, Poland

On November 13, 2015, Søren Asmussen received a Doctor Honoris Causa at University of Wrocław, Poland. Article (in Polish) about the nomination, includes an image gallery from the ceremony. Link directly to the image gallery The ceremony was conducted in Latin. Søren also received the following diploma:

2015.05.15 | Awards

Signe Agerholm Clausen receives the DMF master thesis award 2014

29 May 2015 Signe Agerholm Clausen receives Danish Mathematical Society's award for best master thesis in 2014. The prize is in the amount of DKK 15000 and sponsored by Edlund A/S.

2014.12.18 | Research

Researchers from Department of Mathematics publishes in Nature Communications

Researchers from Department of Mathematics have in an interdisciplinary collaboration developed a mathematical method to analyze the three dimensional structure of proteins. The new method can be an important tool in the development of new drugs and is a step on the way to solve the long standing ‘Folding Problem’.

2014.12.05 | Grant

VILLUM FOUNDATION awards grant of DKK 30 million to interdisciplinary centre

The VILLUM FOUNDATION is providing DKK 30 million to continue a VKR (Villum Kann Rasmussen) Centre of Excellence – the Centre for Stochastic Geometry and Advanced Bioimaging (CSGB). The centre was established in 2010 in collaboration between four research groups at Aarhus University, Aalborg University and the University of Copenhagen under the…

2014.06.27 | Awards

The Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics awarded to Maxim Kontsevich

The newly established Breakthrough Prize in Mathematics 2014 is awarded to Professor Maxim Kontsevich, for numerous contributions in pure mathematics. Kontsevich works at IHÉS, Paris and is a part of Centre for Quantum Geometry of Moduli Spaces (QGM) at Department of Mathematics, Aarhus University. The Breakthrough Prize is the most lucrative…

2014.06.20 | Administrative conditions

The Centre for Science Studies is moving to Mathematics

2014.06.13 | Awards

Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen receives the Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for 2014

Wednesday, May 28, 2014, Professor Emeritus Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen received the distinguished Rigmor and Carl Holst-Knudsen Award for Scientific Research 2014 for his ground-breaking contributions to the research and applications of mathematical statistics. His mathematical models are used both in physics, geology, economics, cancer research and…

2014.01.30 | Events

Secondary school students in math paradise

Fifty secondary school students participated in ‘Math Club 2014’ at QGM this weekend.

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