As of April 1, 2022, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Anton Klimovsky will take over the replacement of the Professorship of Stochastics and Applications at the Institute of Stochastics and Applications.
The core research interests of Dr. A. Klimovsky are in the area of stochastics and specifically in the area of probability theory and stochastic processes. Specifically, Dr. Klimovsky studies high-dimensional complex systems with inhomogeneous interacting components using stochastic methods. A major focus is the identification of universal stochastic patterns arising in complex systems at various space-time scales. In particular, he has worked on problems that came from physics (statistical physics, disordered systems, interacting particle systems), biology (evolution, population genetics), and data science (energy-based machine learning models, artificial neural networks; stochastic processes on networks).
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Anton Klimovsky will offer a master lecture "Stochastic Analysis" and a service lecture "Statistics for WiWi" in the summer term 2022.