Interview with VSM PhD Student Michael Sedlmayer on Science Communication
Uschi Sorz from Falter talked to Michael Sedlmayer, VSM PhD student at the University of Vienna, on whether the simplified presentation of research topics distorts research results. The interview has been published in HEUREKA 5/22. Please find the link to the full interview here: Verfälscht Vereinfachung die Wissenschaft? – HEUREKA 5/22 – FALTER.at
Candidates for 2 PhD positions funded by the VSM have been selected
The Vienna School of Mathematics (VSM) is happy to announce that candidates for 2 further PhD positions funded by the VSM have been selected.
The following successful candidates started working at the Faculty of Mathematics on October 3, 2022:
Yannic Wenzel (Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Paris Lodron University of Salzburg, Master 1 in Applied Mathematics, Université Paris-Dauphine-PSL, Master 2 in Random Models and Applied Probabilities, Sorbonne Université) PhD Project: Probabilistic Models in Quantitative Genetics, Supervisor: Emmanuel Schertzer
Jikai Yan (BEc in Financial Engineering, Hunan University (China), MSc in Computational Applied Mathematics, University of Edinburgh) PhD Project: Stochastic Gradient Descent Algorithms for Imaging Problems, Supervisor: Otmar Scherzer
We wish them a very warm welcome to Vienna!