Welcome, Masters!
Information event for new Master's students

Welcome to the departement of mathematics!

We are delighted that you have decided to study for a Master's degree in Mathematics at our department. To make your start as smooth as possible, we are offering the "Welcome, Masters!" information event on 9 and 10 April 2024, to which we invite all new and already enrolled Master's students.

Welcome, Master's! – Summer semester 2024

The “Welcome, Masters!” information event is aimed at new students on our Master's degree programmes as well as students who have been enrolled for some time but would still like some orientation.

Over the course of two days, you will learn general information about the university, the faculty and the infrastructure. You will receive detailed information about the Master's programme in Mathematics, the range of lectures and other general conditions, such as examinations. The event also offers plenty of opportunity to meet your new fellow students and department staff.


Maths building (S2|15), Schlossgartenstraße 7


9 April

  • 11:00-12:30, room 244: Information for new students and exchange students at the department (Bachelor's degree at another university), including an introduction to the campus management system TUCaN
  • 12:30 to 13:30: Information on the Master's programme
  • This part of the event will be held in English!

10 April

  • 10:00-11:00 a.m., Room 244: Information on degree programmes/examination regulations, outlook on the new Master's from autumn 2024
  • 11:00-11:45 a.m., rooms 244, 301, 315: specialisation fair: the seven research groups will be available to answer questions about the current specialisation courses on offer. Please inform yourself in advance about the specialisations on the websites of the working groups or on the website or on the slides of last year's WOrT .
  • Lunch break
  • 13:00, Room 244: Planning your own study programme; the Office for student affairs will be on hand to answer any questions you may have.

For better planning, please let us know by 2 April whether you are planning to come.

Specialisation fair

Representatives of the research groups:

  • Algebra: Janik Wilhelm
  • Analysis: Robert Haller
  • Geometry: Sukie Vetter, Kai Bouaraba
  • Logic: Nicholas Pischke
  • Numerical Analysis: Franziska Eikmann
  • Optimisation: Pascal Börner
  • Stochastics: Alisha Sänger (Data Science), Andreas Klippel

Planned rooms:

244: GEO, STO

301: ANA, ALG

315: LOG, NUM, OPT