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JKU Young Scientists in Mathematics


Would you like to learn more about how applied mathematics works? Then the JKU Young Scientists Mathematics program is the right program for you! Participants can hone their math skills by analyzing complex logical problems and applying math to solve tasks.


Program Information

  • Maximum Number of Participants: 15 - NOTE: The program for Winter Semester 2015 is full and no more registrations will be accepted.
  • You can sign up for the next round in Mathematics beginning on Tuesday, March 1!
  • Number of Workshops: 3
  • Number of Times Held per Year: 2 (during Winter Semester and again in Summer Semester)
  • Internship: at the Johannes Kepler University Linz

Why Should You Take Part in the JKU Young Scientists Mathematics Program?

Your Part

Your Advantage

Take part in 3 workshops during the school year

Learn more about the world of mathematics at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz

Complete 2 of the 3 workshops and qualify to apply for a summer internship

Experience exciting workshops in various subjects of Mathematics


Meet internationally renowned faculty, researchers and experts and take advantage of their expertise for your pre-academic paper or Diploma degree thesis


Complete a summer internship at the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz (Note: limited number of spots available!)


Get insight into academic degree programs andf professions - the best way to help you decide what major or profession to pursue after graduation

NEW! We can provide academic support for your Pre-Academic Paper or Diploma degree thesis!

Are you looking for a topic for your final paper? Or do you need help conducting research for your paper?
As part of the JKU Young Scientists in Mathematics Program we can offer the following support services:

  • Professional advising by experts at the Johannes Kepler University Linz
  • Access to special literature and materials at our libraries

These are the Kinds of Workshops and Classes You Can Take

The JKU Young Scientists in Mathematics program is offered twice a year so you can decide if you want to take part during the Winter Semester or the Summer Semester. The workshops offer a bit of insight in the multi-faceted field of mathematics.

Dates Summer Semester 2017





April 21, 2017

2:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Andreas Quatember, Philipp Hermann: "CSI Statistik - Die Datendetektive"

S2 Z74

May 19, 2017

2:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Bastian Weiß: "4D komplexe Zahlen in der Computergraphik"

S2 Z74

June 9, 2017

2:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Daniel Jodlbauer: "Numerische Lösung von Differentialgleichungen"

S2 0346

October 6, 2017

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Closing Ceremony


Who Can Take Part?

The JKU Young Scientists in Mathematics program has been designed for students in upper levels at AHS schools (classes 11 - 13) and BHS schools who are interested in applied mathematics and are thinking of pursuing a degree in this area. Students from other schools are also more than welcome to take part!

How to Sign Up for the JKU Young Scientists Mathematics Program

Register here for Winter Semester 2017/18 from October 1 to November 12, 2017.

Detailed information is available below:

application/pdfJKU Young Scientists, Class of 2016/2017 (589KB, Brochure, German only)

Photo Gallery

Click here to view photos from the 2014/2015 program.

Still Have Questions?

Then contact
Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics
Dr. Georg Grasegger
Ph.: 0732 / 2468 5270
E-mail: georg.grasegger(/\t) oder youngscientists(/\t)