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Selected topics: Mathematics
Swiss Team at the International Mathematics Olympiad 2019
  • 24.07.2019
  • Wissenschafts-Olympiade
  • Press release

Drei Bronzemedaillen für Schweizer Jugendliche an Internationaler Mathematik-Olympiade 2019

Vom 11. bis zum 22. Juli 2019 fand in Bath die Internationale Mathematik-Olympiade statt. Das Schweizer Team erhielt drei Bronzemedaillen und eine Ehrenmeldung.
Swiss Team at the European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad 2019
  • 16.04.2019
  • Wissenschafts-Olympiade
  • Press release

Schweizer Schülerinnen ausgezeichnet an European Girls' Mathematical Olympiad 2019

200 junge Frauen aus 50 Ländern lösten anspruchsvolle mathematische Probleme in Kiew. Das Schweizer Team gewann Bronze und eine Ehrenmeldung.
Event Horizon Telescope
  • 15.04.2019
  • ANG
  • News

M87- Allererstes Foto eines schwarzen Loches

Das Projekt Event Horizon Telescope (EHT, dt. Ereignishorizont Teleskop) hat zum Ziel, die ersten Fotos der Umgebung der schwarzen Löcher M87* im Virgo-Cluster und Sgr A* (Sgr = Sagittarius = Schütze) im Zentrum der Milchstrasse zu machen.
Die Finalistinnen und Finalisten der Schweizer Mathematik-Olympiade 2019
  • 03.04.2019
  • Wissenschafts-Olympiade
  • Press release

Olympioniken des logischen Denkens 2019

Zwei junge Zürcher Mittelschüler gewinnen Gold bei der Schweizer Mathematik-Olympiade 2019. Wer die Schweiz am internationalen Wettbewerb vertritt, wird im Mai entscheiden. Bereits startklar ist das Frauenteam, das in die Ukraine reist. Dort findet vom 7.-13. April die European Girls’ Mathematical Olympiad statt.
Jürg Pfister, Secretary general of SCNAT
  • 28.03.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • News

What large-scale research facilities does Switzerland need?

The Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences have been requested by the Confederation to prepare roadmaps for research infrastructures for the various scientific fields. These roadmaps will provide a basis for decision-making on the allocation of federal funding for costly research facilities over the period 2025–2028. SCNAT is responsible for implementing this new procedure within the Swiss Academies, and Secretary General Jürg Pfister believes that it offers the scientific community an opportunity for wider involvement.
Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist
  • 07.02.2019
  • News

Swiss Science Prize Marcel Benoist: Submit your nominations now!

Since 1920, the Foundation has awarded the Marcel Benoist Swiss Science Prize in recognition of outstanding research which is of importance to human life. In 2019, the prize of CHF 250,000 will be awarded in the fields of mathematics, natural sciences or engineering.
Luftaufnahme des Fricktals im Kanton Aargau
  • 24.01.2019
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • Press release

SCNAT creates the largest knowledge network on the landscape

Sprawl, loss of landscape diversity and biodiversity, mountain landscapes marked by climate change: Starting in 2019, the Academy of Natural Sciences (SCNAT) is merging various of its activities in the new Landscape, Alps, Parks Forum. The goal is to better protect Switzerland's landscapes in collaboration with politics and society and to utilise and manage them more sustainably. This fusion will create the largest knowledge network in Switzerland on natural and cultural landscapes. Designated president is Felix Kienast of the Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research (WSL). Furthermore, new presidents are also being appointed in other SCNAT units.
Kompetente Lehrkräfte sind für die Mint-Förderung wichtig.
  • 22.06.2018
  • Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences
  • Press release

Gegen den Fachkräftemangel in der Schweiz

In der Schweiz fehlen die Fachkräfte in den Bereichen Mathematik, Informatik, Naturwissenschaften und Technik (Mint). Konkrete Projekte, eine Vernetzung der Akteure sowie der Einbezug von Familien, Kitas, Berufsberatungen und Medien tragen stark zur Förderung der Mint-Kompetenzen bei.
Preisträgerin und Preisträger Prix Schläfli 2018
  • 25.05.2018
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • Press release

SCNAT honours the four best dissertations in sciences

The storage of radioactive waste, the pollination of plants, the use of solar energy, and the mathematical parsing of knots and surfaces – the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) will honour the four most important discoveries and solutions by young researchers at Swiss universities with the Prix Schläfli 2018 in Bern on 25 May. Alexandre Bagnoud (Geosciences), Livio Liechti (Mathematics), Hester Sheehan (Biology) and Xiaojiang Xie (Chemistry) win the prize for discoveries made while working on their dissertations. The Prix Schläfli has been awarded since 1866.
Livio Liechti
  • 25.05.2018
  • Swiss Academy of Sciences
  • News

Prix Schläfli 2018 in Mathematics: Livio Liechti

We could start with flamenco. Or with doughnuts. But neither of these would really help us to understand Livio Liechti's research. "On the spectra of mapping classes and the 4-genera of positive knots" is the title of the thesis which he submitted a year ago – and anybody who can visualise this has to be a member of a select circle of specialists. Whereby "visualise" is a fairly apt term. "I like the fact that the objects of my field of research are quite visual," says Liechti. He thinks of them three-dimensionally – and his mathematical thought processes also often work on this visual level, and not only in formulas, figures and logical sentences.
Mathilde Bouvel
  • 05.10.2017
  • Swiss National Science Foundation
  • News

Mathematician Mathilde Bouvel is to receive the 2017 Marie Heim-Vögtlin Prize

Mathilde Bouvel, a researcher at the University of Zurich's Institute of Mathematics, is the winner of the 2017 Marie Heim-Vögtlin Prize. The Frenchwoman, who has two young children, is being rewarded for her work in combinatorics. She will receive her prize on 16 November 2017.
Plume Grand Duc - Prix Schläfli
  • 04.07.2017
  • News

Rewarding the best Swiss PhDs in the natural sciences

The “Alexander Friedrich Schläfli Prize” of the Swiss Academy of Sciences (SCNAT) is one of the oldest prizes in Switzerland. Since the first awarding in 1866, 104 young talents in different natural science disciplines have been distinguished.
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