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University of Innsbruck
Department of Mathematics
Technikerstraße 13
6020 Innsbruck

Austria

Office:
7th floor Civil Engineering Building,
room 722b

Office hours:
Monday: 10:00 - 11:00

Email:
ecaterina.sava-huss@uibk.ac.at
sava-huss@tugraz.at

Phone:
+43 512 507 53871

Ecaterina Sava-Huss

 

square_blue.pngPostdoc and PhD Students


Postdocs mentoring
  • Yuwen Wang (postdoc since October 2021); previously at Cornell University.
Committee member/examiner
  • Hanna Oppelmayer (Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden)
    I was grading committee member for the PhD defence. October 2020.

square_blue.pngMaster theses


Completed/in progress
  • Robin Marc Kaiser (in progress, 2021/2022)
    Thesis: Sandpile models.
  • Barbara Laura Präg
    Thesis: Random graphs with applications to social networks. (2021)

I am currently supervising Bachelor and Master Theses in the area of stochastics at the University of Innsbruck. A list with possible topics can be found here Topics for master theses. If you have any other suggestions, I would be happy to acomodate you, if this fits in my area of expertise. Just come for a chat (virtual one) and we can find something suitable, depending on your mathematical interests.
If you have good programming skills (not like mine), there are several topics available that involve simulations (Python, R, or whatever you want) of random processes.

Some possible topics

I will list here some possible topics that are suitable for a master thesis, or some topics I would like to learn more about them, but didn't have time to do it.

  • Quantum random walks (together with Tim Netzer)
  • Epidemic models
  • The Ising model

square_blue.pngBachelor Theses


Completed/in progress
  • Georg Fischer (in progress, 2021)
    Thesis: How many times should we shuffle a deck of 52 cards?
  • Morris-Luca Kühmeier
    Thesis: Branching processes. (2021)
  • Joshua Haag
    Thesis: Simple random walks on integer lattices. (2020)

General information and requirements: The courses Stochastics 1 and Stochastics 2 are needed (=passed) for the topics that involve stochastic processes. The thesis can be written in English or German. A list with available/potential topics can be found here Topics for bachelor thesis.

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