Johannes Rauh


Since November 2016, I am a postdoctoral researcher at MPI for Mathmetics in the Sciences (Leipzig). In addition, I have a part time position as a statistician in the biometric foundations group at the Federal Institute for Quality and Transparency in Health Care (IQTIG) (Berlin).
autumn 2015 postdoctoral researcher with Hélène Massam at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at York University (Toronto).
2014-2015 postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Algebraic Geometry at the University of Hannover.
2011-2014 postdoctoral researcher for the project Evolution of Networks: Modeling the complexity and robustness of evolving biochemical networks (funded by the VW Stiftung) at the MPI MIS.
2011 PhD in Mathematics, MPI for Mathmetics in the Sciences (Leipzig)
“Maximizing the Information Divergence from an Exponential Family”
2007 Diploma in Mathematics, Universität Würzburg
“Zweifach transitive Lie-Gruppen auf kompakten Räumen”
2006 Diploma in Physics, Universität Würzburg
“Die Produktion schwerer Quarks an Hadron-Collidern in nichtkommutativer QCD”
2003/2004 Mastère I in Physics at the Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble.
2000-2007 Studies of Physics and Mathematics at the Universität Würzburg
2000 Abitur (Deutsche Schule Singapur)

Academic Honours

2012 Otto-Hahn medal awarded by the Max Planck Society
2007-2011 Scholarship of the International Max Planck Research School
2007 Otto-Volk-Medaille for the Diploma in Mathematics by the University of Würzburg
2006 Wilhelm-Conrad-Röntgen-Prize for the Diploma in Physics by the University of Würzburg
2001-2006 German National Scholarship Foundation Fellow [Studienstiftung]

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