2021-06-24: During the annual faculty celebration, the teaching awards for the winter semester 2020/21 were presented. Prof. Dr. Uhrig-Homburg and the tutor Philipp Cölsch were awarded a teaching prize for the new lecture "Bond Markets" and the corresponding exercises. In addition, our seminar "Finance auf den Punkt gebracht - Produktion eines eLearning-Vidoes" with the supervisors Philipp Cölsch, Fabian Eska and Prof. Dr. Uhrig-Homburg received an award.Our teaching awards
2021-06-14: Johannes Dinger's bachelor thesis "Sources behind the Variance Risk Premium on German Government Bond Markets" comes in 2nd Place of the Research Award of the Swiss Derivative Awards 2021. We congratulate!Award theses
2021-05-07: The master's thesis "Capital requirements and option returns" by our colleague Caroline Grauer has been awarded by the SEW-EURODRIVE Foundation 2020 study prize. Congratulations!Awarded theses
2021-04-06: The exams of the winter semester 2020/21 can be viewed between April 26 and April 29 in Blücherstraße 17. Please note that registration for viewing is mandatory.
2021-01-26: Sarac Burak's bachelor thesis "Variance risk premiums on German government bonds" was selected by Junior Management Science as one of the best final theses in the area of business administration in the DACH region.Awarded theses
2021-01-25: In the upcoming summer semester 2021 we will offer the "Master-Seminar in Finance " on the topic "Corona Crisis and Financial Markets". In this seminar, we would like to explore the question of how dangerous the virus is for the capital markets. All information about the seminar and the organizational procedure can be found on the Wiwi-Portal and on our homepage.To the seminar
2020-01-13 The energy transition requires a completely new market design. Households are becoming prosumers, energy supply can often be thought of more locally, supply is becoming more volatile, new risks must be included, and opportunities must be exploited. Our joint project with Wolf Fichtner, Martin Klarmann, and Nora Szech on these topics will be financed by funds available to KIT from the federal government's Excellence Strategy.Currently funded projects