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Supervision

Do not hesitate to contact me if you are interested in doing your MSc dissertation or PhD with me.

PhD Students:

  • 2020-ongoing: Kamran Pentland, Mathematics of Real-World Systems CDT student, University of Warwick. Kamran is working on the development of time-parallel numerical integration algorithms using probabilistic methods, with the goal of speeding up the simulation of nuclear magnetic fusion, in collaboration with our external partners Dr. Debasmita Samaddar and Dr. Lynton Appel at UKAEA.
  • 2017-2021: Irene Tubikanec, Institute for Stochastics, JKU Linz (co-supervision with Professor Evelyn Buckwar).
    Title: Structure preserving numerical and statistical methods for stochastic differential equations with a focus on neuronal models.

Master students:

  • 2020: Johannes Eder, Master student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.
    Thesis: Influence on the numerical methods (Taylor vs splitting) on multiplicative noise processes.
  • 2020: Nora Koblinger, Master student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.
    Thesis: Diffusion approximations of jump processes. An application to neuroscience.
  • 2019: Lukas Schiefermueller, Master student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.

    Thesis: Robust algorithms for pitch detection and parameter estimation.

  • 2018: Martina Vesan, Master student in Stochastics and Data Science, University of Turin, Italy.
    Thesis: Inference from discrete sampling and first passage times for diffusion processes via Approximate Bayesian Computation.
  • 2018: Fabian Diermayr, Master student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.
    Thesis: Record breaking events in diffusion processes.

  • 2017 Bernhard Kepplinger, Master student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.
    Thesis: The First Passage Time Problem: Analytical, Numerical and Statistical Methods (with R and Mathematica).

Bachelor students:

  • 2019: Philipp Wagner, Bachelor student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria.
    Thesis: Investigation of multi-timescale adaptive threshold models via simulations.
  • 2018: Patryk Grabski, Bachelor student in Mathematics, JKU Linz, Austria. Thesis (in German): Poisson-Prozess.