From October 29th to October 31th 2018 we had an Einstein Workshop for Geometric and Topological Combinatorics. See here for the workshop page.

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The participants of the Mathematische Schülergesellschaft Leonhard Euler crafted geometrical christmas tree decorations. Together with the mathematicians from the Dircrete Geometry group the seventh graders cut out polyhedral nets and glued them into threedimensional bodies. Each of the polyhedra with nine vertices has a unique combinatorial type.

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The 2018 Steele Prize for Mathematical Exposition will be awarded to Martin Aigner and Günter M. Ziegler of the Freie Universität Berlin, for Proofs from THE BOOK.

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Faculty II is proud to announce that Günter M. Ziegler was made Honorary Professor at Faculty II of TU Berlin. Read more.

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"A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems". This is how Paul Erdős quotes Alfréd Rényi. (Yes, that's a bit complicated, this is why people assign this quote directly to Erdős.) In this spirit, we try to turn as much coffee into theorems, as possible. 50,000 cups of coffee is sufficient proof that at least the intake of the machines is working.

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May 12th 2017: The Digital Future conference opened today at Kosmos Berlin. It started with honoring computational biologist Chris Sander as a new member of the Hall of Fame of the Digital Age and his keynote. Chris Sanders studied mathematics at Freie Universität Berlin with Prof. Karl Peter Grotemeyer. He is on stage with Christof Schütte of Zuse Institute and bioinformatics group at Freie Universität Berlin. The conference is supported by Tagesspiegel, Zuse Institute and others.

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For this years Girls Day on April 27th 2017 many girls visited Freie Universität. There were some exciting Mathematics workshops to choose from. We had one workshop from our group focusing on Schlegel diagrams held by Anna Maria Hartkopf, Giulia Codenotti, Nevena Palic and Hannah Sjöberg.

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