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We have one goal: To provide one of the world's best mathematics libraries.

The library of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences is offering its services mainly to the institute’s scientists. Of course, it is open to all interested visitors.

For institute members:For visitors:
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  • use the library and borrow books during the institute’s opening hours: 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.
  • contact the reception to use the library and its services during office hours
    (Inselstraße 22, 3rd floor)
  • unfortunately, the books can only be used inside the library

Office hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Don’t hesitate to contact us: library[at]

Enjoy the benefits of an excellent and inspiring research environment and a dedicated library team including our young talents.

Ingo Brüggemann
Head of Library

Britta Schneemann

Katarzyna Baier

Vocational training

Our library regularly trains “specialists for media and information services specializing in librarianship”. Find more information here.

For 2017 our trainee positions are already filled. Please refrain from applying.

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New Institute Publications


Journal Articles

Yamapi, R. ; Chamgoué, A. C. ; Filatrella, G. and P. Woafo: Coherence and stochastic resonance in a birhythmic van der Pol system. The European physical journal / B, 90 (2017) 8, 153[DOI]

D'Ali, A. : The Koszul property for spaces of quadrics of codimension three. Journal of algebra, 490 (2017), p. 256-282[DOI][ARXIV]

Zhu, X. ; Li-Jost, X. and S. Fei: Monogamy relations of concurrence for any dimensional quantum systems. Quantum information processing, 16 (2017) 11, 279 MIS-Preprint: 22/2017[DOI]

Higashitani, A. ; Kummer, M. and M. Michałek: Interlacing Ehrhart polynomials of reflexive polytopes. Selecta mathematica, 23 (2017) 4, p. 2977-2998 MIS-Preprint: 7/2017[DOI][ARXIV]

Zhu, Y. ; Wang, Q. A. ; Li, W. and X. Cai: Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis to complex systems. International journal of modern physics / C, 28 (2017) 8, 1750109[DOI]

Zhu, H. ; Ma, Z. ; Cao, Z. ; Fei, S. and V. Vedral: Operational one-to-one mapping between coherence and entanglement measures. Physical review / A, 96 (2017) 3, 032316[DOI][ARXIV]

Bačák, M. ; Montag, M. and G. Steidl: Convergence of functions and their Moreau envelopes on Hadamard spaces. Journal of approximation theory, Vol. not yet known, pp. not yet known[DOI][ARXIV]


Kalisnik Verovsek, S. ; Kurlin, V. and D. Lesnik: A higher-dimensional homologically persistent skeleton. MIS-Preprint: 68/2017[FREELINK]

Jost, J. ; Keßler, E. ; Tolksdorf, J. ; Wu, R. and M. Zhu: From harmonic maps to the nonlinear supersymmetric sigma model of quantum field theory : at the interface of theoretical physics, Riemannian geometry and nonlinear analysis. MIS-Preprint: 65/2017[ARXIV]

Seynnaeve, T. : Plethysm and fast matrix multiplication. MIS-Preprint: 67/2017[ARXIV]

Monod, A. ; Kalisnik Verovsek, S. ; Patino-Galindo, J. A. and L. Crawford: Tropical sufficient statistics for persistent homology. MIS-Preprint: 66/2017[ARXIV]

Banerjee, P. K. ; Rauh, J. and G. Montúfar: Computing the unique information. [ARXIV]

di Dio, P. J. and K. Schmüdgen: The multidimensional truncated moment problem : Carathéodory numbers. [ARXIV]

di Dio, P. J. and K. Schmüdgen: The multidimensional truncated moment problem : atoms, determinacy, and core variety. [ARXIV]

Bu, K. ; Li, L. ; Wu, J. and S. Fei: Duality relation between coherence and path information in the presence of quantum memory. [ARXIV]


Ay, N. ; Jost, J. ; , H. V. and L. J. Schwachhöfer: Information geometry. Springer, 2017. - XI, 407 p. (Ergebnisse der Mathematik und ihrer Grenzgebiete. 3. Folge / A series of modern surveys in mathematics ; 64) ISBN 978-3-319-56477-7 [DOI]
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