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Ada-Lovelace-PhD-Programme

The goal of the Ada Lovelace fellowships is to attract and award excellent women on the PhD level by offering a 25% supplermentary position. The selection of the fellows is based on the academic performance and grades which have already been achieved in the Bachelor's and Master's degree. The programme was launched by the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science in 2016. It is named after Augusta Ada Bryon King (1815-1852), Countess of Lovelace, a British mathematician working in the then emerging field of computer science. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ada_Lovelace

Ada Lovelace Fellows:

2021

  • Azul Fatalini (Research group of Prof. Ralf Schindler)
  • Judith Lutz (Research group of Prof. Christopher Deninger)

  • Luisa Meinke (Research group of Prof. Eugen Hellmann)

2020

  • Rafaela Gesing (Research group of Prof. Wilhelm Winter) Topic Structure and classification of Cartan masas in C*-algebras
  • Agnese Mantione (Research group of Prof. Johannes Ebert) Topic Spaces of metrics of positive scalar curvature

  • Anastasia Prokudina (Research group of Prof. Urs Hartl) Topic Function field (phi,Gamma)-modules

2019

  • Chiara D'Onofrio (Research group of Prof. Benedikt Wirth) Topic Shape Optimization
  • Martina Fruttidoro (Research group of Prof. Eugen Hellmann) Topic Degenerate triangulations of (phi,Gamma)-modules

2018

  • Maria Beckemeyer (Research group of Prof. Christopher Deninger) Topic De Rham-Witt theory and regular differentials on singular schemes
  • Juliane Braunsmann (Research group of Prof. Benedikt Wirth), Topic Deep Learning for Model Order Reduction

2017

  • Ina Humpert (Research group of Prof. Martin Burger), Topic Entropy methods for non-linear equations with flow boundary conditions

2016

  • Jingjia Liu (Research group of Prof. Matthias Löwe), Topic The circular law for symmetric matrices with correlated entries
  • Carina Pilch (Research group of Prof. Anne Remke), Topic Simulation and analysis methods for hybrid Petri nets with stochastic variables
  • Divya Sharma (Research group of Prof. Michael Weiss), Topic Miller-Morita-Mumford classes and Teichmüller theory