Probability & Statistics Group Heidelberg-Mannheim

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Claudia Strauch and Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen

aeckerle(at)uni-mannheim.de

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Sam was born in Cambridge, UK. He received his M.Math (2016) in Mathematics from the University of Bath. During his studies he specialized in probability theory. Since October 2016 Sam is a PhD Student at the University of Mannheim and works on

  • Lévy processes
  • self-similar Markov processes
  • statistical methods involving random time-changes

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Leif Döring and Prof. Rainer Dahlhaus

Contact: sbaguley(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Jonas received both his B.Sc. (2014) and M.Sc. (2017) in Business Mathematics from the University of Mannheim. During his studies he specialized in statistics and mathematical finance. Jonas joined the group in June 2017.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Martin Schlather, Prof. Dr. Rainer Dahlhaus and Dr. Kirstin Strokorb

Contact: jbrehmer(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de

Heidelberg University, Institute of Applied Mathematics

Sergio was born in Heidelberg, Germany. He received both his B.Sc (2017) and M. Sc (2018) in Mathematics from the University of Heidelberg. During his studies he specialized in probability theory and statistic. Since October 2018 Sergio is a PhD Student at the University of Heidelberg and works on Data-driven Regression in presence of censoring.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Jan Johannes

Contact: brennermiguel(at)math.uni-heidelberg.de


 

 

 

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Stefan was born in Karlsruhe, Germany. He received both, his B.Sc (2013) in Mathematics and his M.Sc. (2016) in Economathematics at the Karlsruher Institut of Technology.
During his studies he specialized in statistics and mathematical finance.
Stefan joined the group in November 2016 and is working on rough volatility.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Andreas Neuenkirch and Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen

Contact: stefan.koch(at)uni-mannheim.de

Heidelberg University, Institute of Applied Mathematics

Marilena was born in Hannover, Germany. She received both her B.Sc. (2016) and M.Sc. (2017) in Mathematics at the University of Heidelberg. Marilena startet her PhD in December 2017 and joined the group in July 2018 working on nonparametric estimation of Hawkes processes.

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen, Prof. Dr. Melanie Schienle and Prof. Dr. Andreas Neuenkirch

Contact: m.mueller(at)math.uni-heidelberg.de

Heidelberg University, Institute of Applied Mathematics

Nathawut received both his B.Sc. (2015) and M.Sc. (2018) in Mathematics from the University of Heidelberg. During his studies he specialized in Probability Theory and Statistics. Since June 2018 Nathawut is a Ph.D. student at the University of Heidelberg and works on

  • Time Series
  • Audio Signal Processing

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Rainer Dahlhaus and Prof. Dr. Leif Döring


Contact: phandoidaen(at)math.uni-heidelberg.de

Heidelberg University, Institute of Applied Mathematics

Christof was born in Gunzenhausen, Germany. In 2014, he received his B.Sc. in Computer Science and his B.Sc. in Mathematics, both at the University of Freiburg. Two years later, he received his M.Sc. in Computer Science, also in Freiburg.
Christof joined the group in December 2016 and is working on Statistics of Eye Tracking Data.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen and Prof. Dr. Martin Schlather

Contact: schoetz(at)math.uni-heidelberg.de

Heidelberg University, Institute of Applied Mathematics

Sandra was born in Tübingen, Germany. She received both her B.Sc
(2013) and M.Sc. (2016) in Mathematics from the University of
Heidelberg. During her studies she specialized in probability theory and statistics.
Sandra joined the group in December 2016.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Jan Johannes and Prof. Dr. Claudia Schillings

Contact: schluttenhofer(at)math.uni-heidelberg.de

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Lukas was born in Wiesbaden, Germany. He received both his B.Sc (2015) and M.Sc.(2018) in Business Mathematics from the University of Mannheim. During his studies he specialized in probability theory and mathematical finance. Since August 2018 Lukas is a Ph.D. student at the University of Mannheim and works on: statistical aspects of Lévy process fluctuation theory.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Leif Döring


Contact: ltrottne(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de

University of Mannheim, Institute of Mathematics

Simon was born in Eberbach, Germany. He received his B.Sc (2015) in Business Mathematics and his M.Sc. (2017) in Business Mathematics at the University of Mannheim. During his studies he specialized in probability theory. Since August 2017 Simon is a PhD Student at the University of Mannheim and works on inverse problems.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Claudia Schillings and Prof. Dr. Jan Johannes

Contact: sweissma(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de

There is always a group of PhD students from other research groups that are associated to the research group. 

Stephan received both his B.Sc. (2015) and M.Sc. (2016) in Mathematics from Heidelberg University. His master thesis was about Bayesian non parametric inverse problems. Since 2016 Stephan is a PhD Student at Cass Business School, City, University of London where he is working on reserving in Actuarial Science.
His research focuses hereby on survival analysis/counting processes and non parametric in-sample forecasting.

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Jens Perch Nielsen and Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen

Contact: Stephan.Bischofberger(at)cass.city.ac.uk

Kira received her Diploma in Mathematics from Heidelberg University. During her studies she specialized in statistics. Currently, Kira is a PhD Student at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studie where she is working on statistical post-processing of weather forecasts. Her research focuses hereby on combining post-processing methods with spatial statistics.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Martin Schlather and Prof. Dr. Tilmann Gneiting

Contact: kira.feldmann(at)h-its.org

Alex received both his B.Sc. (2015) and M.Sc. (2017) in Mathematics from Heidelberg University. His master thesis was about nonparametric estimation of level sets. Since 2017 Alex is a PhD Student at Cass Business School, City, University of London where he is working on forecasting health and mortality as well as on reserving in Actuarial Science and since 2018 associated member of RTG 1953. His research focuses hereby on survival analysis/counting processes and nonparametric statistics.

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Jens Perch Nielsen and Prof. Dr. Steven Haberman

Contact: Alex.Isakson(at)cass.city.ac.uk

Yiqi Li was born in Guangxi, China. She received her bachelor´s degree in Psychology from Heidelberg University and has been studying at the University of Mannheim since 2012. Beside her academic study, she also worked as a user researcher at SAP from 2012 until 2015. She is particularly interested in developing, testing and applying mathematical models to describe and explain human behavior and mental processes. In her research, she pursues a theoretical, mathematical and methodological rigor on the one hand and a clear significance for the practical application on the other hand. Research Interests: Mathematical Psychology, Cognitive Modelling and Cognitive Psychology, Human-Computer Interaction.


Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Leif Döring and Prof. Dr. Edgar Erdfelder

Contact: yili(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de

Lena received both her B.Sc. (2012) and M.Sc. (2015) in financial mathematics from the University of Bayreuth. Since 04/2016 Lena is a PhD Student at the University of Mannheim and an associated member of the research training group. Her research focuses on categorical time series, random graphs and networks, high-dimensional statistics and penalization and statistics of functional data.

Supervisor: Dr. Carsten Jentsch and Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen

Contact: reichmann(at)uni-mannheim.de

Britta received her B.Sc. (2013) and M.Sc. (2015) in Mathematics at Heidelberg University. Since 2015 Britta is a PhD Student at EMBL International PhD programme, EMBL Heidelberg.

Supervisors: Dr. Wolfgang Huber, Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen

Contact: britta.velten(at)embl.de

Philip received both B.Sc. (2013) and M.Sc. (2016) in Business Mathematics from the University Mannheim. During his studies he specialized in probability theory ans statistics. Since 2016 Philip is a PhD Student at the University of Mannheim where he is working on stochastic processes. His research focuses on Lévy processes and self-similar Markov processes, especially their relation through the Lamperti transformation. 

Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Leif Döring and Prof. Dr. Enno Mammen 

Contact: hweissma(at)mail.uni-mannheim.de