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Prof. Dr. Eva-Maria Feichtner

Vice President International and Diversity

For me, the University of Bremen is:

"An internationally recognized place of research and teaching, where diversity in all its facets is an enriching experience."

Eva-Maria Feichtner received a Ph.D. in mathematics from the TU Berlin, Germany, in 1997. After postdoctoral appointments at MIT and at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton, she was an assistant professor at ETH Zurich and was awarded a research professorship from the Swiss National Science Foundation. In 2006, she was appointed professor of topology at the University of Stuttgart, Germany; since 2007, she is a professor of algebra at the University of Bremen, Germany. Here, she is co-directing the Institute for Algebra, Geometry, Topology and their Applications (ALTA). She was a visiting researcher at many research institutions, notably at MSRI, Berkeley, as research professor and as program organizer. Her research interests lie in the interplay of algebra, geometry, topology, and combinatorics, more specifically, in arrangements of hyperplanes, toric varieties, and tropical geometry.

Since October 2017, she has been serving as Vice President International and Diversity at the University of Bremen.

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