Welcome to the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has 16 professorships, currently three SNFS professorships and employs about 150 people in research, teaching, and administration. It offers study programs in mathematics (on the bachelor's and master's levels), computer science (on the bachelor's and master's levels) and actuarial science (interdisciplinary master's program).
PhD Defense Mathematics: Silvia LigabueAnisotropic vector fields: quantitative estimates and applications to the Vlasov-Poisson equation
Perlen-Kolloquium: PD Dr. Andreas Verdun (University of Berne)Leonhard Euler's methods of celestial mechanics (start: 15:15)
PhD Defense Mathematics: Gabriel DillUnlikely Intersections with Isogeny Orbits
Seminar Algebra and Geometry: Carlos Amendola (University of Munich)Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Toric Fano Varieties
Seminar Algebra and Geometry: Erik Paemurru (University of Loughborough)
Seminar in Numerical Analysis: Ira Neitzel (Universität Bonn)TBA
Seminar Algebra and Geometry: Elisa Gorla (University of Neuchâtel)
Job Advertisement for PhD and postdoc positions at the interface of machine learning, physics and imaging
DBIS research group meets Heimatschutz Basel
Assaf Naor receives Ostrowski Prize in Higher Mathematics
Launch of the actuarial science alumni association
Computer Science for youngsters - coding with a turtle!