Welcome to the last of all the wrap ups. By now, you have finished watching the course, and we are very glad that you stuck around until the last lecture, and the last wrapup, and that you are now here to watch the final wrap up. We are standing here on a huge open space. Which, is now very empty. But, in some time of the year, in the end of September, it is the home of the famous Oktoberfest. Yes, you heard right. The Oktoberfest starts in September and ends in October. Fashikop, how many people are there in Oktoberfest once it's, going here, going on? >> 7 million. [CROSSTALK] 7 million people, and, Martha you always claim that these 7 million do what? >> They all go in front of our institute. [CROSSTALK] Oktoberfest, we are sitting only two blocks from, from this site. >> So we are very near here, and once a year the institute goes to the Oktoberfest, but otherwise we are quite glad when it's over again, because Munich is absolutely overcrowded. So, we will probably see many of you here because it's an internationally very well-known beer festival. And many people, once in their lifetime, come here to watch the, the big event. >> Yeah. And you'll have to come see us in the institute when you do. >> Please do. >> It's the biggest party in the world. >> And you also see a person in the background of us, and that is Bavaria. She's the personification of the Bavarian state. What do you want to say? >> How big is she? >> How, how big is she? >> So I heard that she's 18 meters big, which is really big. It's it's hard to, [LAUGH] to climb her but it's sad that you can't do- >> You're not supposed to climb her. >> Yeah. Well, I wouldn't. Probably. >> [LAUGH]. >> So, you should, you should not climb. >> No you should not climb. >> You shouldn't climb up- >> But there are steps inside. >> Yes. >> [LAUGH]. >> [LAUGH]. >> It's like- >> It's that- >> In fact, it's impossible to climb her. >> Well- >> I think I've heard it's impossible to- >> I think, if I look at her I would, I would definitely, think it's impossible but if you use her right knee it would be possible to, people say, to reach her head. So- >> You didn't. >> [LAUGH] I didn't. >> It's the one with the lyre. >> If you use her right knee. But it's only, it's only interest, really interesting to do so during Oktoberfest because then you have really a beautiful view. >> In any case, she, she is actually one of the most famous graduate students of our college. She's also very successful, and finished the chronobiology course in Coursera. And she's now celebrating it by putting on a laurel wreath, as you can see. And she's very proud of herself, as all of you should be. And I think we would like to take the opportunity of saying something about Munich, Martha. >> Yes, we would like tell you a little bit more about Munich besides just the Oktoberfest, the biggest party in the world. We'd like to tell you about for instance, our university, Ludwig Maximilian University, which is about 50,000 students, and about 700 professors. And you can study anything here from law to medicine, to arts and sciences, everything. And furthermore, there's quite a big push here, and quite a lot of effort and concentration on making it more a international university. And so ther are huge number, I think we're probably approaching 10,000 international students by now. So, it's quite an open place for people to come and study. And one of the things that makes it so wonderful also, is the great culture. One of the best, if not the best operas in the world. Best symphony orchestra. All kinds of great music and arts, and very easy to get around, and we're sitting right at the gateway to the Alps, so just get on a train, and, and in 45 minutes to an hour you're down in the Alps. So just a beautiful place to be. >> And on the way to the Alps, you can swim in many lakes. >> [LAUGH]. >> And what you have forgotten is not only the best university, of course, and the best opera, but also the best football team. [LAUGH]. >> Bayern Munchen. >> [LAUGH]. >> Yes. So if you would just go in which direction? >> That direction- >> That direction, you'd get to the Allianz Arena. I think we also have to say, many thanks at this point. So, as the preparers of the course we had quite a lot of work to do but it was it was unbelievable how much work the helpers had to do, and that includes the TAs, and all, many people in the institute besides the TAs. >> The film team. >> The guy behind- >> Yeah. >> The camera here, Roel Fleuren. And also the, the film team that came into the institute to do the filming of the lectures. That's right. >> They've all done a wonderful job, and- >> Mm-hm. >> I hope you all liked the course. >> Yes. >> And I think we would like to take the opportunity to especially, thanking Manfred Godel, and David Lenssen, and pleasure- >> And Cornelia Madeti. >> Cornelia Madeti. >> For, for [CROSSTALK] their continuous work also with you, and in forums. Or fora, as we all definitely call it, and I was really impressed by how many very good questions, and even very good answers. One could find in the fora. And I'm, I'm very glad that there was such a community spirit of discussing the, the, the topics of. >> Yeah, the forums were really beautiful, really nice. So, from Munich. >> Bye! >> [FOREIGN].