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    The School of Business and Economics (SBE) provides its students with high-quality education and conducts top-level research in the broad variety of scientific domains going far beyond just economics and international business.
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    The Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) is home to several outstanding departments and institutions covering education and research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) as well as the liberal arts and sciences.
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    Andrew Gold, third-year student in the Data Science and Knowledge Engineering department, followed a minor in Entrepreneurship to realise his future dream. Read why he found the practical assignments particularly useful.
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    Signals are everywhere, and they contain a lot of information. However, it is not so easy to see or to extract this information.
  • A matter of balance

    The importance of fairness and balance is not to be underestimated. It comes with unique challenges, both on a mathematical and on a personal level.
  • Through Ariadne’s guidance

    The modern-day incarnation of an ancient Greek goddess is a software package that provides rigorous, mathematical certainty about problems involving change.
  • Advanced problem solving

    Did you ever stop to think whether you solved a puzzle in the most efficient way possible? Math is here to help, and you may want to pay special attention if you marshal trains for a living.
  • To learn or not to learn…

    …that is not the question. At least, not according to Mathias Staudigl. He is more concerned with the how of learning in and outside of game theory.
  • The math games surrounding us

    The cheerful statues of the Zaat Herremenieke are connected to hundreds of mathematicians worldwide, who work in a field called game theory.
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