Activities of Carina Geldhauser
Conferences I organized, projects I started, and more....
Meet me at....
Chebychev Laboratory of St. Petersburg State University , from October 2017
Women In Probability, TU Munich, July 2017
University of Augsburg, June 2017
July 22, 2016 Talk at Special Session "Geometric Analysis" of AustMS meeting, Canberra
July 22, 2016 Talk at 7ECM
June 2, 2016 Talk at conference Stochastic Partial Differential Equations and Applications -X, Levico Terme
Talk at the first Mathe Slam at Uni Bonn
Recent conferences I organized, and other activities
Maths schools and Conferences
On the right are some schools and conferences I organised in the last years.
Combinatorial Stochastic Processes, Hanoi
Ngoc Tran and me organized a two-week spring school in Hanoi on Combinatorial Stochastic Processes. It took place at the Vietnam Institute for Advanced Studies in Mathematics from March 7 to 18, 2016. Find out more here: http://www.ma.utexas.edu/users/ntran/csp2016/index.html
Stochastic Processes and Applications, Ulanbaatar
Andreas Kyprianou and Tsogzolmaa Saizmaa came up with the idea of a summer school in Stochastic Analysis back in 2012. I became a part of the team in 2014. The school took place from August 7 to 18, 2015. Find out more about the biggest maths event in Mongolia after the fall of the Soviet Union here: http://smcs.num.edu.mn/saam2015/ . Materials and Slides from the courses can be found here: http://www.maths.bath.ac.uk/~ak257/SAAM.html
Mathematics communication, education and popularization
On the right are some activities I'd like you to know about.
Study Group With Industry
In summer 2015 I organized a Study Group at a German manufacturing company. Our team used simulated annealing to find a more efficient distribution of individual components in the company's warehouse. We predict a 15-20 percent reduction in picking times. The company will implement our proposed distribution in the forthcoming months and we will hopefully know more on the experimental results in 6-8 months.
I've been presenting recent research on image inpainting at the First Mathe Slam at the University of Bonn in April 2016, and at the Science Slam at Pantheon Theatre Hall Bonn in January 2013, where I won the first prize.
IMAGINARY - open mathematics
IMAGINARY is an open source organization, hosting the platform imaginary.org, and a network for interactive and participative mathematics communication. I'm a proud member of the IMAGINARY team, taking care about our Berlin conference in July this year.
On the right are some more activities I'd like you to know about.
Studies Without Borders
In 2003, when the war in Chechnya had barely calmed down, Studies Without Borders launched scholarship programme for students from the Northern Caucasus Region, first in Paris, France, then in Tuebingen, Germany. Our scholarship programme has won the 2011's Rector's award for extraordinary achievement of a student organization. I've been an active member at Studies Without borders since 2009 and was responsible for the Chechnya scholarship programme from 2011 to 2014. Read my reportage on Chechnya here. Studies Without Borders is currently looking for voluntary translators from Russian to English or German. Please contact me!