About Me

Since September 2016 am I a Ph.D. student at the University of Oslo / School of Pharmacy. Using Causal Inference Methods, I am looking at the Effect of Hypothyroidism and Hypothyroidism Medications Exposure during Pregnancy on the Neurodevelopment of Children, based on Norwegian Data-Sources.

 MeMe I am a  MSc Graduate (July, 2016) in Mathematics in Bioscience from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. I received my BSc degree in 2013 in Mathematics also from the Technical University of Munich.

My MSc thesis consists of three Technical Reports, which have been published at the Institute of Informatics at the University of Bergen, Norway.

My current project, which is running at IMR, involves the examination and evaluation of a statistical model, which aims to predict the spread of sea lice in the Norwegian fjords. It is therefore of great importance for the fisheries industry.

I gained international experiences during two research internships in mathematical modelling at the Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Norway, in 2013 and 2014.   My MSc thesis has been written in collaboration with the above-named Institute from 2015 to 2016. From 2014 to 2015 I participated at the Erasmus study-programm at Université Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier , France. There I took classes connected to the Master 2 Research Programm.

My research experience: During my periods at IMR (including my MSc thesis) I worked in applications in marine sciences, with Ordinary
Differential Equations (ODE), Delay Differential Equations (DDEs) and Impulsive Delay
Differential Equations (IDDEs). This includes mathematical modeling,
causality theory, statistical data analysis, stability, chaos theory and predictability of
data series.

My non-research experience: I have had internship in consulting, where I assisted the
main project leader in optimising, improving sales and costs, as well as communicating
with clients. My last summer job (in 2015) was in the research field of Human-Capability
Management (HCM), were I was tasked with updating research data. In addition, I was
involved in summarising research results, by looking at different recruitment processes
and their later performance. The work involved the application of statistical regres-
sion theory. In Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft GmbH, I supported the Head-Quarter group in
Research development in collecting and analysing information about national research
projects. I further restored and updated a company-intern instrumental tool, which
represents information and the connection between all higher-educational research insti-
tutes in Germany and the Fraunhofer-institutes. Since commencing my master studies I
have been assisting the Women-delegate of the Faculty of Mathematics at TUM until 2015, where I
work with the website-presentation. In addition, I have been assisting at the Conference
Women in Probability, which is held annually at TUM.
I have also assisted in a scientific conference (WiMOpt-2014), in its pre- and organisational