I am PhD student in the Department of Statistics at the University of Warwick, working under the supervision of Prof. Mark Steel. I am interested in Bayesian statistics and econometrics, particularly in methods dealing with model uncertainty.
Before I came to Warwick, I completed a three-year BSc in Economics at Freie Universität Berlin and a two-year MSc in Statistics at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
During my studies in Berlin, I also worked as student assistant on the project 'Information-Based Medicine' (department of mathematics and computer science, FU Berlin), as teaching assistant (chair of econometrics, FU Berlin) and student research assistant at the collaborative research center 649 'Economic Risk' (chair of econometrics, FU Berlin).
Term 2, 2017-2018: Introduction to Probability (ST115, problem classes)
Term 1, 2017-2018: Mathematical Statistics Part A (ST218, tutorials)
Term 2, 2016-2017: Introduction to Probability (ST115, problem classes)
Term 1, 2016-2017: Mathematical Techniques (ST116, problem classes)
Term 2, 2015-2016: Probability A & B (ST111/ST112, tutorials)
2017-2018 SSLC secretary
2017-2018 WCC postgraduate representative