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Alexander Berglund

My research revolves around interactions between algebraic topology and commutative algebra. I am particularly interested in algebraic models for homotopy types, Koszul duality for algebras over operads and homology of commutative rings.

Jonas Bergström

Jonas Bergström

My research is in algebraic geometry and centers around the moduli spaces of curves and abelian varieties. In particular I would like to understand the cohomology of such spaces and their connection to modular forms.

Taras Bodnar

My main research interests are multivariate statistics and random matrix theory with applications to practical problems at the intersection of mathematics and finance. The main goals are to achieve a quantitative understanding of the structure of multivariate and matrix variate distributions; to develop new methods for the estimation of the covariance matrix and the precision matrix in high dimensions; to study the distributional properties of the estimated risk measures of optimal portfolios; to improve the estimation of the parameters in multivariate volatility models; to establish distributional properties of multiple testing procedures with dependent test statistics.​

Gudrun Brattström

Gudrun Brattström

My research, in close collaboration with climate researchers, concerns statistical problems related to the evaluation of climate model simulations, in part through comparison with climate reconstructions; the latter use proxy data (tree rings, ice cores...) to reconstruct past climate, e.g. temperature during the past millenium.

Tom Britton

Tom Britton

My research interests lie in applied probability models and statistical inference for such, in particular epidemic models, networks and applications towards genetics and molecular biology including phylogenetics.

Rikard Bögvad

Rikard Bögvad

My research interests center around algebraic theories of differential equations, and their use in algebraic geometry, e. g. algebraic D-module theory (how to interpret topology in terms of DE) or asymptotic behaviour of zero-sets of solutions to parameter dependent systems of DE.

Mia Deijfen

Mia Deijfen

My research area is discrete probability theory, with emphasis on spatial models, random graphs and network modelling.

Christian Gottlieb

Christian Gottlieb

My area of research is commutative algebra. I have mainly been concerned with the theory of noetherian rings and modules and made some research on chain conditions, lengths, generating sets of ideals etc.

Michael Höhle

Michael Höhle

My research interests center around biostatistical methods and the modelling and monitoring of spatio-temporal stochastic systems. The motivation and application of these methods originates mainly from infectious disease epidemiology, but I have a general interest in statistical consulting and statistical software development.

Ola Hössjer

Ola Hössjer

In my research I like to work in the intersection between inference theory, probability theory and various applications of statistics, in particular genetics, but also insurance mathematics and signal processing.

Pavel Kurasov

Pavel Kurasov

My main area of research is operator theory, in particular spectral theory and its applications to mathematical physics. My studies have roots in mathematical analysis, especially in the theory of analytic functions, but requires deep knowledge of modern physics.

Andreas Lagerås

I'm a financial mathematician at AFA Insurance, where I've also worked as a fixed income portfolio manager. I'm docent in Mathematical Statistics and affiliated scientist in Insurance Mathematics. I'm interested in probability and statistics, especially with financial and actuarial applications.

Dimitry Leites

Dimitry Leites

I am working on various aspects of supersymmetry and their applications. Some of them are unexpected, e.g., EVERY differential equation possesses a supersymmetry (this phenomenon is manifest in terms of Cartan's exterior differential systems). I intend to describe the Lie superalgebras of classical equations of mathematical physics.

Mathias Lindholm

Mathias Lindholm är lektor i matematisk statistik vid Stockholms universitet. Han har tidigare arbetat inom försäkringsbranschen som aktuarie (liv, sak och riskmodellering), kvantitativ (finansiell) analytiker samt riskanalytiker.

Filip Lindskog

Filip Lindskog är professor i försäkringsmatematik vid Stockholms universitet. Han har tidigare ansvarat för utbildningen i finansiell matematik vid KTH och är medförfattare till boken "Risk and Portfolio Analysis: principles and methods". Filip forskar inom försäkringsmatematik, finansiell matematik och extremvärden och stora avvikelser för tungsvansade modeller.

AnnemarieLuger

Annemarie Luger

My research lies in analysis, more precisely operator theory and complex analysis. At the moment I am working with Nevanlinna functions and their generalisations to several variables, with focus on applications in electro engineering as well as with singular (differential) operators. Furthermore, I am continuing my studies on generalised Nevanlinna functions (functions that admit a realisation in a Pontryagin space).

Samuel Lundqvist

Samuel Lundqvist

My research in computational algebra concerns commutative and
non-commutative Gröbner bases, vanishing ideals of points, graded Lie
algebras, and Boolean rings.

Erik Palmgren

Erik Palmgren

My area of research is mathematical logic, and especially its interaction with
constructive aspects of mathematics.

Martin Sköld

Martin Sköld

I work on a broad range of problems in applied, theoretical and
computational statistics. My theoretical and methodological advances
have mainly been in non-parametric curve estimation, statistical
inference for stochastic processes and Markov chain Monte-Carlo
algorithms. Applied work have focused on the biosciences, ecology in
particular.

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Rolf Sundberg

Main research projects February 2016: 1. Statistical methodology for palaeo-climate research (cooperation w. staff from the Bert Bolin Centre at SU; co-supervising PhD student Katarina Fetisova) 2. Work on book manuscript "Statistical modelling by exponential families".

Andrzej Szulkin

Andrzej Szulkin

The field of my research is Nonlinear Functional Analysis, in particular, applications of topological and variational methods in functional analysis to nonlinear differential equations. Solutions of certain differential equations correspond to critical points of a functional (usually - though not always - of Euler-Lagrange type).

Torbjörn Tambour

My research interest is algebra, especially representation theory and invariant theory. I am also involved in a research project in mathematics education about algebra in elementary school.

PiterTrapman

Pieter Trapman

My area of research is probability theory with a focus on models for the spread of infectious diseases. This research spans different areas of discrete probability theory,  such as branching processes, percolation theory and theory on random graphs.

JoannaTyrcha

Joanna Tyrcha

My research areas are statistical inference, econometrics, neuroscience, and bio-mathematics. In particular, my interests lie in: models of cell cycle, connectivity in neural networks, biological information processing, causality problems, and ion channels models.

Research contacts

Head of the department

Joanna Tyrcha, room 316, joanna@math.su.se Ph. +46 8 164567

Deputy head of the department, Head of the division of mathematics

Jonas Bergström, room 410. jonasb@math.su.se Ph. +46 8 164563

Head of the division of mathematical statistics

Filip Lindskog, room 307, lindskog@math.su.se Ph. +46 8 164564

Director of studies for PhD studies in mathematics

Alexander Berglund, room 414. alexb@math.su.se Ph. +46 8 164537

Director of studies for PhD studies in mathematical statistics

Mia Deijfen, room 322. mia@math.su.se Ph. +46 8 164591

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