Exercise Classes and Seminars:
@ University of Zürich
List of previous
courses (up to 2013) at the University of Munich, Technical
University of Munich in Germany and the University of Zurich,
- One day pre-conference course on Temporal
and spatio-temporal modelling and monitoring of infectious
diseases, Joint meeting of the International
Biometric Society, Austro-Swiss and Italian Regions, Milan,
Italy, 15 June 2015. Joint with Sebastian Meyer.
Methods for Infectious Disease Epidemiology — a count data time series
perspective, Robert Koch Institute, Berlin, Germany,
18-19 June 2014.
- One day pre-conference course on Statistical methods in infectious disease
epidemiology, 34th conference of the International Society
for Clinical Biostatistics, Munich, 25 Aug 2013. Together with
List of previous
short courses (up to 2013).
- A. Bjärenson, Statistisk
analys av kohort- och fall-kontrollstudier vid utredning av
livsmedelsburna utbrott, Sep 2016.
- Bálint Fatér, Count
data time series models for telecommunications data,
- Caroline Jernström, An
epidemiological analysis of the development of malign
melanoma in Sweden, Jun 2015.
- Simon Berggren, Structural
Learning in Causal Bayesian Networks, Jun 2015.
- Erik Thorsén, Multinomial
and Dirichlet-multinomial regression modeling of categorical
time series, Jun 2014.
- Magnus Gudmundson, Acquisition
of grammatical gender and number agreement in Italian as a
second language - A statistical analysis, May 2014.
- Luc Miaz, Spatio-Temporal Analysis for Censored Environmental
Contaminant Concentrations, ongoing
Markus Olofsson Lindroos, Evaluating
Nowcasting Methods for COVID-19 - Related Fatalities in Sweden,
- Bei Yang, Back-Projection
Methods in Epidemic Modelling, Sep 2016.
- Gilles Kratzer (Erasmus Exchange, University of Zurich), Simulation
based inference in epidemic models, Oct 2015.
- Benjamin Kjellson, Spatiotemporal
Outbreak Detection: A Scan Statistic Based on the
Zero-Inflated Poisson Distribution, Oct 2015.
- Andreas Hicketier, Spatio-temporal
Modeling of Hantavirus in Germany, Sep 2015.
- Hanna Fues, Comparison
of logistic and penalised regression in genetic association
studies, Sep 2015.
- Daniel Eliasson, Bayesian
methods for pricing non-life insurance on individual policy
claims history, Apr 2015.
Member of Ph.D. assessment committees:
- Liliana Antunes, Development of an integrated analysis of
surveillance data for real-time decision during infectious
diseases outbreaks, University of Lisbon,
2021– (remote co-supervisor)
Allévius, Spatio-temporal Models in Ecology, Oct
2018 (licentiate, co-supervisor).
Stocks, Statistical Inference for Dynamical Systems in
Epidemics, Dec 2018 (main supervisor until Oct 2016, then
- Maëlle Salmon,
Modern Statistical Algorithms for the Detection of
Aberrations in Routine Collected Public Health Data,
Modelling of Dynamic Systems for Infectious Disease
Member of Lic. Theses assessment committees:
- Mattias Frånberg, Statistical
methods for detecting gene-gene and gene-environment
interactions in genome-wide association studies,
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Royal
Institute of Technology, Sweden. May 2019.
- Johan Zetterqvist, Statistical
methods for twin and sibling designs, Department of
Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institute,
Sweden. May 2017.
- Sebastian Meyer, Statistical
Methods for the Spatio-Temporal Modelling of Infectious
Disease Spread, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and
Prevention Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland, Feb
- Joseph Nzabanita, Bilinear
and Trilinear Regression Models with Structured Covariance
Matrices, Department of Mathematics, Linköping
University, Sweden. Jun 2015.
- Juliane Manitz, Statistical
Inference for Propagation Processes on Complex Networks,
Department of Mathematics, University of Göttingen, Germany. Jun
- Monia Mahling, Determining
high-risk zones by using spatial point process
methodology, Department of Statistics, University of
Munich, Germany. Jun 2013.
Mentoring of Ph.D. students:
- Jens Malmros, Some
advances in Respondent-driven sampling on directed social
networks, Department of Mathematics, Stockholm University.
Wimmer, New statistical
methods in estimation of genomic breeding values, Chair
of Plant Breeding, Center of Life and Food Sciences
Weihenstephan, Technische Universität München, Germany, Ph.D.
student, Graduated Jul 2014.
List of previously
supervised M.Sc. and B.Sc. theses (up to 2013) at the
University of Munich and Technical University of Munich, Germany.