I am a Postdoc at the probability group of the LMU Munich. I am currently working in the domain of quantitative network science, focussing on probabilistic models for neural networks and spatially disordered systems originating in statistical physics.
Before that, I was member of the Leibniz Group on `Probabilistic methods for mobile ad-hoc networks' headed by Wolfgang K├Ânig. I did my PhD in the group of Volker Schmidt at the Institute of Stochastics in Ulm.

My research interests are

  • random spatial models in quantitative network science
  • stochastic processes on networks
  • probabilistic models for neural networks
  • random spatial models for hard-core particle systems
Workshop on Random Structures in Neuroscience and Biology.
Save the date: 26/3/18 - 29/3/18
In the winter term 2017 I am teaching Stochastic Processes