Awards for best bachelor degrees and Hausdorff Prize
Every year the Bonn Mathematical Society awards a prize for the best Bachelor degrees in mathematics. The Fachgruppe Mathematik rewards the best dissertation of the year with the Hausdorff Prize.
Thorsten Beckmann, Prof. Dr. Ingo Lieb (president of the Bonn Mathematical Society), and Michael Stahlhauer (from the left)
In the academic year 2015/2016, Thorsten Beckmann, Michael Stahlhauer, Vincent Skiera and Fan Wu received the prizes for the best Bachelor degrees.
- Thorsten Beckmann: "Motivic Integration" (advisor: Prof. Dr. Daniel Huybrechts)
- Michael Stahlhauer: "Bredon-Kohomologie" (advisor: Prof. Dr. Stefan Schwede)
- Vincent Skiera: "Model Independent Asset Pricing" (advisor: Dr. Robert Philipowski)
- Fan Wu: "Störungstheorie für Markovketten" (advisor: Prof. Dr. Andreas Eberle)
The Hausdorff Prize for the best dissertation of the academic year 2015/2016 was awarded to Dr. Stefan Schreieder for his thesis on "Construction Problems in Algebraic Geometry and the Schottky Problem" (advisor: Prof. Dr. Daniel Huybrechts).