From biomedicine to climate research to economics: Mathematics is needed everywhere and the basis of modern sciences and engineering. On Monday, February 7, 2022, 18.30 hrs, researchers of the KIT Center Mathematics in Sciences, Engineering, and Economics, MathSEE for short, will present their work and current research projects. Join the livestream (in German) on the YouTube channel of ZAK I Centre for Cultural and General Studies: www.youtube.com/ZAKVideoclips.
More information and link to the livestream: www.zak.kit.edu/kit_im_rathaus
More about the KIT Center MathSEE: https://www.mathsee.kit.edu/english/index.php
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