# Research and Projects

Research and teaching are closely linked. In elective courses, seminars and special lectures, the students are introduced to current mathematical research areas in the University of Bayreuth. As part of their theses and dissertations, the students and scientific assistants participate directly in research projects within these working groups.

## Main research topics and working groups of the Department of Mathematics:

- Applied Mathematics
- Applied and Numerical Analysis
- Computer Algebra
- Complex Analysis [de]
- Mathematics and Didactics [de]
- Mathematics VIII [de]
- Nonlinear Analysis and Mathematical Physics [de]
- Stochastics
- Mathematics in Economy
- Scientific Computing [de]
- Number Theory [de]

## Major research projects and facilities:

In this section major research projects and facilities are presented. For more information, see

- the web pages of each chair,
- the profile fields of the University [de]
- or in the archive of the annual reports of the President of the University [de] (up to 2007).

## For more information see the following links:

- Third-party funded projects of the Department of Mathematics [de]
- Publications of the Department of Mathematics
- Doctoral and habilitation theses [de]
- Bayreuther Mathematische Schriften (BMS, 1979-2011)
- Research and industry [de]
- Information on the research at the University

with profile fields: Nonlinear Dynamics [de], a list of the DFG priority programs, EU research projects, ..., - Archive: Press releases on research activities from the University up to 2012 [de]
- Press releases of the University of Bayreuth [de]