Dies Mathematicus 2015 at TU Berlin saw several BMS students winning. In the category "Best Master's degree" two BMS students won: Axel Flinth received the first prize for his thesis "Compressed Sensing and Geometry" and Martin Genzel won the second prize for his thesis "Sparse Proteomics Analysis". In the category "Best Bachelor's degree" Phase I student Christoph Standke received the first prize for his thesis "List chromatic index of 1-factorable graphs". Congratulations! 

Winners of the Dies Mathematicus, © ??

Axel Flinth (on the left), Martin Genzel (on the right), Christoph Standke (the third from the left)