PhDs & PostDocs
Maximilian Würschmidt, MSc
Maximilian is a doctoral student in the DFG Research Training Group ALOP and investigates machine learning methods for BSDEs.
Berenice is a post-doctoral researcher and works in stochastic control and its applications to game theory, including mean field games.
Lukas Mich, MSc
Lukas' research is on algorithmic methods for stochastic optimal control problems; he is also a member of the DFG Research Training Group ALOP.
Jonas Jakobs, MSc
Jonas studies portfolio optimization with incomplete information.
Dr. Daniel Hoffmann
Daniel was a member of the DFG Research Training Group ALOP and investigated branching processes for non-local PDEs and discrete-state mean-field games. He successfully defended his PhD thesis in 2020.
Christoph was a post-doctoral researcher working in stochastic control with frictions, in particular portfolio optimization with transaction costs. In 2019, he moved on to an Assistant Professor position at TU Berlin.
Dr. The Anh Nguyen
The's research interest focused on post-crisis multi-curve interest rate modeling. The successfully defended his PhD thesis in 2016.
Dr. Thomas Seiferling
Thomas studied continuous-time recursive utility, with a particular emphasis on the Epstein-Zin parametrization and applications to consumption-portfolio optimization. He successfully defended his PhD thesis in 2016.