Prof. Dr. Jürg Kramer has been elected to the Academia Europaea in the mathematics section.
The Academia Europaea was founded in Cambridge in 1988. Its objective is to promote education and research in Europe and to strengthen inter- and multidisciplinary scientific discourse and international exchange in science. The more than 2000 members of Academia Europaea, among them roughly 80 in mathematics, are leading experts from all areas in science and come from 35 European and eight non-European countries.

Jürg Kramer is one of the Deputy Chairs of the Berlin Mathematical School and member of the Executive Board of Matheon. Since 1994 he is a full professor for mathematics at the Institute for Mathematics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. His research interests lie in arithmetic geometry and the theory of automorphic forms as well as the professional education and training of teachers. He is also the director of the German Center for Mathematics Teacher Education, which was initiated in 2011.