Prof. Dr. Kristin Courtney is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) at the Mathematical Institute. Her research primarily concerns operator algebras, especially C*-algebras, and related objects such as operator systems and topological groups and groupoids.
Prof. Dr. Shirly Geffen is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) at the Mathematical Institute. She is concerned with the fine structure of operator algebras, in particular with regularity properties of entangled products of C*-algebras with amenable group actions.
Prof. Dr. Anna Gusakova is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) at the Institute for Mathematical Stochastics. Her major research area is Stochastic Geometry. This is a branch of modern probability theory, which is investigating various random geometric objects, starting from lines and polytopes and finishing by general random closed sets.
Prof. Dr. Franziska Jahnke is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) at the Mathematical Institute and the Institute for Mathematical Logic and Foundational Research. Her area is the model theory of fields.
Prof. Dr. Aleksandra Kwiatkowska is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) at the Institute for Mathematical Logic and Foundations of Mathematics. She works on the structure and dynamics of separable completely metrizable topological groups. Her research borders on topological dynamics, Ramsey theory, descriptive set theory and model theory.
Prof. Dr. Marlies Pirner is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) of applied mathematics. She works in Applied Analysis on kinetic equations. In this description, the time evolution of a gas is described by using a probability density. This description is used for instance for plasmas and many astrophysical phenomena. Here, she considers questions in mathematical modeling and theoretical questions such as existence, qualitative behavior of solutions and convergence to equilibrium.
Prof. Dr. Anna Siffert is a professor of theoretical mathematics. Her primary research interests lie in the field of global differential geometry and its interactions with topology, analysis and complex geometry.
Prof. Dr. Theresa Simon is an assistant professor (Juniorprofessorin) of applied mathematics. Her research area is the calculus of variations, dealing primarily with problems originating in physics and materials science.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Katrin Tent is a professor of mathematics and mathematical logic. She specializes in group theory, geometry and model theory. Her work often combines methods from these areas to prove unexpected results.
Prof. Dr. Eva Viehmann is a professor of Arithmetic Geometry and Representation Theory. Her field of research bridges several subdiciplines of pure mathematics. It is part of the Langlands programme, which investigates far-reaching conjectured connections between algebraic number theory and representation theory. The methods come from algebraic geometry.
Prof. Dr. Caterina Zeppieri is professor for Analysis and Modelling. Her research interests are the Calculus of Variations, elliptic PDEs, Gamma-convergence, Homogenization and Free-discontinuity Problems.