BBS Winter Term 2021/22
The PhD Research Seminar in Mathematics for Economics and Business ("Brown Bag Seminar") takes place on Friday from 11:00 to 12:15.
Given the current situation, we are changing the seminars to online sessions. A direct link to the respective stream will be posted at each date.
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The seminar is a forum where PhD students and postdocs present their research projects; work in progress is fully ok. Moreover, some more senior faculty members talk about their work.
Typically, each presentation is followed by a short discussion.
Fri, October 8 / 11:00 / on-campus talk: TC.3.21
Kevin Kurt - dissertation defense
Fri, October 15 / 11:00 / on-campus talk: D5.0.002
Daniel Winkler shrinkDSM: A Dynamic Survival Model with Shrinkage
Discussant: Gertraud Malsiner-Walli
Fri, October 22 / 11:00 / on-campus talk: TC.3.21
Gregor Zens Efficient MCMC for Binary and Categorical Data Regression Models - Methodological Advances & Implementation in R
Discussant: Darjus Hosszejni
Wed, November 3 / 18:15 / hybrid talk: TC.3.21
Gabriela Kovacova - dissertation defense
Fri, November 12 / 11:00 / on-campus talk: TC.3.21
Zehra Eksi-Altay Momentum and mean reversion under partial information
Discussant: Eva Flonner
Fri, November 19 / 11:00 / hybrid talk: TC.3.21
Jana Hlavinova - dissertation defense
Fri, November 26 / 9:15 /
Jan Greve Exchangeable random partitions and Umbral calculus
Discussant: Sourav Adhikari
Fri, December 3 / 11:00 /
Verena Köck Deep Neural Network Algorithms for Parabolic PIDEs: Convergence Analysis"
Disussant: Andreas Celary
Fri, December 10 / 11:00 /
Peter Knaus Cerberus in Motion? An Update on the Dynamic Triple Gamma
Disussant: Philipp Gersing
Fri, January 14 / 10:40 /
Julian Amon Model selection with high-dimensional data in GAMLSSs - A sure independence screening approach
Discussant: Robert Bajons
Fri, January 28 / 9:00 /
Rainer Hirk Extensions and new applications of R package mvord
Discussant: David Hirnschall