Fakultät 8: Mathematik und Physik at the Uni Stuttgart
- Pfaffenwaldring 57
- 70569 Stuttgart
- Phone: +49 711 685-65337
This department is also featured in the U-Multirank world university rankings.
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Special features regarding teachingBroad basic training in mathematics; Individual advice services and small exercise groups; MINT-Kolleg and additional tutorials (“learning workshops") to support the transition from school to university; Wide range of optional modules and minor subjects; Research-oriented Master’s programme (suitable for an academic career); Individual specialisation in areas of pure and applied mathematics; Close to engineering and the natural sciences in Stuttgart (e.g. SimTech Cluster of Excellence, centre of applied quantum technology); Master’s thesis in the industry possible.
Special features regarding the international orientationIn addition to numerous partner universities within the framework of the Erasmus programme, the Department of Mathematics has a large number of lecturers who have earned a doctorate abroad, which also provides many long-term and personal contacts with universities and research institutes around the world.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe department maintains three excellently equipped computer rooms for teaching with a total of 48 computer workstations, each one equipped with the software necessary for the studies. Further characteristics are, for example, campus-wide WiFi, the high performance computers Cray XC40 (HORNET) and access to the parallel computers of the Simtech Excellence Cluster. All lecture halls, exercise rooms and many study places for students are near the mathematics institute at the centre of the campus, as are the city train line station, the refectory and cafeterias, as well as the central library.
Support for foundersStudents and academic staff of the University of Stuttgart receive support with setting up a business by the TTI (Technology Transfer Initiative).
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsStudents with permanent health impairments receive support in the Department of Mathematics according to their individual needs and health condition. Depending on the type of impairment, reasonable adjustments such as time extensions for examinations or examinations in a separate room are possible. In concrete terms, there are currently several autistic students enrolled on mathematics degree programmes.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe department is committed to the cultural diversity of Stuttgart. In particular, many postdocs and (non-)academic staff members working in the Department of Mathematics have different ethnic (migrant) backgrounds.
Other special featuresA current survey shows that almost 100% of all Stuttgart Mathematics graduates are in employment after a short time. In addition to the usual sectors for for mathematicians, such as insurance companies, software companies, banks and management consultancies etc., 38% of Stuttgart graduates find work in the motor vehicle industry. This high proportion of Mathematics graduates in the automotive sector is unique in Germany. This is borne out by the interdisciplinary networking and interdisciplinary cooperation in research and teaching.
Further information on research activitieswww.mathematik.uni-stuttgart.de
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