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Nächster Vortrag im Stochastischen Kolloquium:
06.12.2017, 11:15, Prof. Paul Fearnhead (Lancaster University)

"Detecting changes in slope with an Lo penalty" (Abstract).
Presseinformation: Dr. Vlada Limic, CNRS Straßburg, hat den Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel-Forschungspreis der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung erhalten. Sie forscht für ein Jahr am Institut für Mathematische Stochastik in der Arbeitsgruppe von Prof. Dr. Anja Sturm (Presseinformation).
Statistics Meets Friends: The workshop "Statistics Meets Friends - from biophysics to inverse problems and back -" takes place in Göttingen from November 29th to December 1st, 2017.
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Fabian Joachim Erich Telschow
Foto Fabian Joachim Erich Telschow


Institut für Mathematische Stochastik


Goldschmidtstrasse 7
37077 Göttingen

Room:Raum 2.196: Gebaeude GZG: Goldschmidtstr. 3-5 (GZG)
Phone:+ 49 551 39 13508
Mail:f.telschow@stud.uni-goettingen.de
Curriculum Vitae:
18.10.1988 Birth
2007 Abitur
Oct. 2010 Bachelor of Science (mathematics, supervisor: Prof. Schick)
Apr. 2012 Master of Science (mathematics, supervisor: Prof. Schick)
Apr-Dec 2012: research assistent at the institute of mathematical stochastics (sfb803)
Since January 2013: phd project: title: "data driven estimation of riemannian
metrics and applications to gait analysis" (supervisor: Prof. Huckemann)
Research Interests:
Currently I am Phd student of Prof. Huckemann working on statistics in non-Euclidean spaces with emphasize
on SO(3) and the space of Geodesics thereof.

I am also interested in optimal experimental designs for NMR spectroscopy, which is a joint project with
JProf. Dr. Thomas Hotz (Ilmenau) and the Group of Prof. Dr. Griesinger at the MPI for NMR Based Structural Biology.

Other Reasearch interests: Shape Analysis, discrete Geometry and intersections between Topology/Geometry and Statistics
List of Publications:
Hotz, T., Telschow, F. J. E. (2012).
Representation by Integrating Reproducing Kernels. arXiv.org, 1202.4443 [math.FA] [math.NA].
Geometrie at it's best
I like this funny little video about stereographic projection.
Hopefully, you will enjoy it, too.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FTP-H4oFLYc&feature=mr_meh&list=PLB8CE2ACB369DE6AA&index=32&playnext=0
(P.S. the other geometry videos are also viewy)