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Nächster Vortrag im Stochastischen Kolloquium:
13.04.2018, 14:15, Dr. Paul Joubert (IMS-Alumni) (Berlin)

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Dr. Yoav Zemel, EPF Lausanne, spends SNF Early Postdoc Mobility fellowship at IMS: The IMS welcomes Dr. Yoav Zemel, who is spending with us an 18-months research visit from February 1st, 2018 to July 31st, 2019. Dr. Zemel is funded by a Swiss National Science Foundation Early Postdoc Mobility fellowship for the project Uncertainty Quantification for Optimal Transport mentored by Prof. Axel Munk (more information is available here).

Arbeitsgruppe "Angewandte und Mathematische Statistik"
Publikationen: Gesamtliste 2016

  • Siekmann, I., Fackrell, M., Taylor, P. and Crampin, E. J. (2016).
    Modelling modal gating in ion channels with hierarchical Markov models. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, 472, 20160122.
  • Siekmann, I. and Malchow, H. (2016).
    Fighting Enemies and Noise: Competition of Residents and Invaders in a Stochastically Fluctuating Environment. Mathematical Modelling of Natural Phenomena (MMNP), 11(5), 120-140.
  • Li, H., Munk, A., Sieling, H., Walther, G. (2016).
    The essential histogram arxiv.org 1612.07216. Submitted.
  • Hohage, T., Werner, F. (2016).
    Inverse Problems with Poisson Data: statistical regularization theory, applications and algorithms. Inverse Problems, 32, 093001 (56pp).
  • Hafi, N., Grunwald, M., van den Heuvel, L. S., Aspelmeier, T., Chen, J.-H., Zagrebelsky, M., Schuette, O. M., Steinem, C., Korte, M., Munk, A., Walla, J. P. (2016).
    Corrigendum: Fluorescence nanoscopy by polarization modulation and polarization angle narrowing. Nature Methods, 13, 101.
  • Hafi, N., Grunwald, M., van den Heuvel, l.S., Aspelmeier, T., Steinem, C., Korte, M., Munk, A., Walla, J.P. (2016).
    Reply to "Polarization modulation adds little additional information to super-resolution fluorescence microscopy" Nature Methods, 13, 8-9.
  • Mütze, T., Munk, A., Friede, T. (2016).
    Design and analysis of three‐arm trials with negative binomially distributed endpoints. Statistics in Medicine, 35, 505 - 521.
  • Rippl, T., Munk, A., Sturm, A. (2016).
    Limit laws of the empirical Wasserstein distance: Gaussian distributions. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 151, 90-109.
  • König, C., Werner, F., Hohage, T (2016).
    Convergence Rates for Exponentially Ill-Posed Inverse Problems with Impulsive Noise. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, 54(1), 341-360.
  • Li, H., Munk, A., Sieling, H. (2016).
    FDR-control in multiscale change-point segmentation. Electron. J. Statist., 10, 918-959.
  • Huckemann, S.F., Kim. K.-R., Munk, A., Rehfeld, F., Sommerfeld, M., Weickert, J., Wollnik, C. (2016).
    The circular SiZer, inferred persistence of shape parameters and application to stem cell stress fibre structures. Bernoulli, arxiv.org 1404.3300, 22, 2113-2142.
  • Hartmann, A., Huckemann, S., Dannemann, J., Laitenberger, O., Geisler, C., Egner, A., Munk, A. (2016).
    Drift estimation in sparse sequential dynamic imaging: with application to nanoscale fluorescence microscopy. J. Royal Statist. Society, Ser. B, arxiv.org 1403.1389, 78, 563–587.