Mathematics Media Library

 

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Mathematics at RWTH Aachen

 
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Inequations

Professor Aloys Krieg from the Department of Mathematics A explains how to deal with inequations by using helpful examples.

 
 
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Non-existence of a limit of a function

Olaf Wittich from the Department of Mathematics A examines a function with respect to its limit and shows that there is none.

 
 
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Statistical Likelihood

Professor Maria Kateri from the RWTH Chair of Statistics and Stochastic Modeling talks on the statistical likelihood of winning the Rolex Grand Slam at CHIO Aachen.

 
 

RWTH-Themen

The publication series is published without a regular schedule and provides information about current research topics at the university. In the "Mathematics is everywhere" issue, RWTH Aachen presents current research projects at its mathematics institutes. The interesting areas of application sheds light on how lively and exciting mathematics research is. For example, did you know that it is possible to mathematically model the architecture of the Aachen cathedral? Or that mathematics can help avoid traffic jams on the expressway?

 

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Student Represenative Council First Year Student Info

Our students provide a lively glance at mathematics studies with first year student information for mathematics, physics, and computer science on their website for first year students. The student representative councils represent the students in a subject and gladly provide prospective students with information and experiences reports from a student perspective.