Representatives of the doctoral students

Department of Mathematics

PhD students at the Department of Mathematics


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  • once a term:
    meeting of doctoral students
    with coffee and snacks:
    get together,
    Information from the Senate and the Committees
    ...and much more.
  • Continuing education events, e.g. "teaching mathematics".
  • Possibility to participate in committees of the Senate

Suggestions are welcome.


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Lecture series Mathe Macht!

The lecture series introduces companies that apply mathematics or mathematical methods in different areas. The doctoral students of the department are invited.

Information and schedule [DE]

The Graduate Academy of the University of Stuttgart (GRADUS) is the central institution at the University of Stuttgart for the promotion of early career researchers and offers a wide range of qualifications, information, counseling and mentoring services.


As a faculty-independent representation of the interests of all doctoral students at the university, DoKUS supports doctoral students in all matters relating to their doctoral studies, mediates in cases of conflict and, in cooperation with various other actors inside and outside the university, promotes the best possible conditions for doctoral studies.

Homepage DoKUS

  • Max Schölpple (Mathematik)

Starting in winter term 2023 doctoral students at the University of Stuttgart will be represented by


in the Senate.


This image shows Max Schölpple

Max Schölpple

M. Sc.

Research Assistant

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