Bonn – With his shoulder-length hair and a gray sweater, he looks like a clever schoolboy. But the school has brought Peter Scholze (24) long time ago. The math whiz is Germany's youngest professor! Bonn University has appointed a native of Berlin on a chair at the Department of Mathematics. In the summer semester 2013, he will offer his first lecture. "Peter Scholze has with his 24 years already attracted a lot of international attention, and is undoubtedly one of today's leading representatives of its territory, the arithmetic algebraic geometry," says the executive director of the Mathematical Institute, Professor Dr. Herbert Koch on the website of the university. After finishing high school in Berlin and several gold and silver awards in Math Olympiads Scholze started in 2007 his math studies in Bonn. In just three semesters, he managed his Bachelor, after two more semesters, he also had a master's in the bag. Earlier this year he graduated, then went on for several months mathematical institutes in Paris and Harvard (USA). Since 2011 he is "Research Fellow" of the Clay Mathematical Institute, an international foundation based in Cambridge (USA) and Oxford. The five-year grant is considered the most prestigious award for young mathematicians. It enables research projects to track anywhere in the world. Scholze has already earned numerous scientific merit, published in several international journals. "The response to its concrete results, and the innovative way in which he considered most difficult problems of modern mathematics is new, overwhelming," says Institute Director cooking. "We are thrilled that Peter Scholze chose Bonn. "The returns the compliment:" I am looking forward to working in Bonn, I know I learned in the course and appreciate. The magnificent environment, the inspiring atmosphere and the excellent colleagues and students have made my decision easy for Bonn. "