Wilhelm Winter

Professor of Theoretical Mathematics

My research interests are mainly in noncommutative topology; more specifically in the structure and classification of nuclear 

C*-algebras and in the interplay with dynamical systems. 

I also have an interest in connections to coarse geometry and 

to logic.

I currently supervise 4 PhD students, Rafaela Gesing, Grigoris Kopsacheilis, Lukas Obermeyer, and Philipp Sibbel. 

Karen Strung has defended her thesis in 2014, Gábor Szabó has defended his in 2015, and Miroslava Johanesová has defended hers in 2016. Jacopo Bassi (in cotutela with Ludwik Dabrowski at SISSA) has defended his thesis in 2018. André Schemaitat has defended in 2020. Shirly Geffen (joint supervision with Ilan Hirshberg at BGU Be’er Sheva) has defended in 2021.

Well done everybody!

I am the speaker of the Mathematics Münster Graduate School MMGS.

I am a PI of the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster.

I am a PI of the CRC 1442 Geometry: Deformations and Rigidity.

In 2019 I received an ERC Advanced Grant.

I am a section editor of Documenta Mathematica.

Oberseminar C*-Algebren

kleines seminar