Dr. Philip Weißmann

Short CV

Teaching

  • FSS 2019: Stochastic simulation
  • HWS 2018: Analysis I
  • HWS 2017: Functional analysis
  • FSS 2016: Analysis II

Articles

  • "Completely asymmetric stable processes conditioned to avoid an interval", with P. Lenthe, (2019), appears in Journal of Applied Probability, Arxiv-link
  • "Poisson limit for the number of cycles in a random permutation and the number of segregating sites", with H. Pitters, (2019), Arxiv-link
  • "Stable processes conditioned to hit an interval continuously from the outside", with L. Döring, (2019), appears in Bernoulli Journal, Arxiv-link
  • "Lévy processes with finite variance conditioned to avoid an interval", with L. Döring, A. Watson, (2019), Electronic Journal of Probability, Vol. 24, No. 55, 1-32, Link
  • "Stable processes conditioned to avoid an interval", with L. Döring, A. Kyprianou, (2018), appears in Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Arxiv-link

Theses

1) "Lévy processes conditioned to avoid and hit intervals"

PhD-Thesis, University of Mannheim (2018)

2) "Composite Likelihood"

Master-Thesis, University of Mannheim (2016)

3) "Stochastic Knapsack and Allocation Problem"

Bachelor-Thesis, University of Mannheim (2013)