Where would you go, if someone asked you to match your work with a spot in the city of Maastricht?
Math/Maastricht documents the answers of some of Maastricht University’s math-minded researchers of the Department of Advanced Computing Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering) and the Department of Quantitative Economics (QE, School of Business and Economics).
The resulting twelve stories form an alternative guide to the city, providing an inspiring view of Maastricht and a taste of the range of mathematics-based research at Maastricht University.
Math/Maastricht is a joint project of UM’s:
- Art and Heritage Committee
- Department of Advanced Computing Sciences
- Faculty of Science and Engineering
- Department of Quantitative Economics
- School of Business and Economics
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