Mathematician Theresa Simon researches magnetism
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In this portrait, mathematician Dr Theresa Simon introduces herself. As a junior professor at the Cluster of Excellence "Mathematics Münster", she studies patterns in magnets. With her research, she wants to contribute to developing new technologies in the field of storage media. In the video, she explains her research and describes the moments that excite her as a scientist.