Researcher in Applied Mathematics

Lund University
Mathematics (Faculty of Engineering "LTH")
office: Sölvegatan 18, Nr. 437
postal: Box 117, 221 00 Lund, Sweden

mail to: carina.geldhauser@math.lth.se

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Current

I am currently a tenure track Assistant professor (biträdande universitetslektor") in Applied Mathematics at the Faculty of Engineering of Lund University. Before joining Lund University, I was a Lecturer in Applied Probability at the The University of Sheffield. Previously, I worked at the Chair of Applied Analysis at TU Dresden, and at Chebychev Laboratory of St. Petersburg State University as postdoc of Stanislav Smirnov.

I got my Ph.D. from University of Bonn, where my research was supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research via a Klaus Murmann graduate fellowship, and by the Bonn International Graduate School for Mathematics.

My research and scientific education is strongly connected to Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and University of Pisa. My last longer stay was a postdoc in the Stochastic Analysis group.

Research Outline

My research deals with phenomena arising in physics and image processing. To solve the questions arising there, I use tools from applied analysis, partial differential equations and probability theory. My goal is to capture the qualitative and quantitative behavior of solutions of nonlinear partial differential equations, which can be perturbed by noise. For more details, please see my Research page.

You can find my preprints on the servers of Calculus of Variations and Geometric Measure Theory in Pisa and arxiv.org

My work is also linked on my publications page, where also supplementary data to some papers is available.

Apart from Maths...

...I do care a great deal about equal opportunities in academia. What I mean with this and why it is not (only) about women in maths you can read on my Unconscious bias 101 page.

I am passionate about maths communication and occasionally talk at Science Slams. I highly recommend the IMAGINARY project as an excellent platform for mathematics communication and visualisation.

I volunteered for many years at Studies Without Borders, among other duties coordinating their scholarship programme for students from the Northern Caucasus Region. The programme has won the 2011's Rector's award for extraordinary achievement of a student organization. Read my reportage on Chechnya here.

Updates and Activities

On the right are some (infrequent) updates about my activities, both in maths and elsewhere. For more frequent research updates, see my research page

. For more details and recent talks or conferences I attended, see Activities

Looking for my preprints?

Check out the research updates on my Research page. Below are some selected updates on my general activities.


July 2021

A PhD position will soon be opened in my group. Please contact me for expressions of interest.

July 2021

A postdoc position is available in my group. More information, please see the job announcement.

June 2021

My project "Stochstic Models of Turbulence" is funded by the Crafoord foundation.

April 2021

My project "Mathematical Models for Material Science" was accepted for funding.

Jan 2021

My article Limit theorems and fluctuations for point vortices of generalized Euler equations, with Marco Romito, arxiv preprint was accepted for publication in Journal of Statistical Physics..

Sept 2020

Moving between countries during a pandemic is exhausting. Nevertheless, I am proud to join Lund University as a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics.


July 2020

Best of luck to our Sheffield Team at the International Mathematics Competition for University Students! I'll see you all on Hangouts for your first 4 hour problem solving session this Sunday.


July 2020

The General Assembly of European Women in Mathematics was held online with record attendance! I was elected deputy member of the Standing committee. Many thanks to all present EWM members for your trust and confidence.