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Holder of the Professorship

Prof. Dr. Frank Werner

Holder of the Professorship
Professorship for Mathematics at the Chair of Mathematics IX
Emil-Fischer-Straße 30
97074 Würzburg
Building: 30 (Mathematik West)
Room: 00.008
[Translate to Englisch:] Porträt Frank Werner

Memberships

Research Interests

My research is located at the interface between statistics and inverse problems, and I am particularly interested in the following topics:

  • (Nonlinear) statistical inverse problems and regularization theory,
  • uncertainty quantification by simultaneous (minimax) tests for inverse problems and
  • applications in biophysics (e.g. fluorescence microscopy), especially with non-Gaussian noise.

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Further Information

Education 

2004 - 2009 Studies of mathematics at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
23.01.2009: Examination (Diplom) in mathematics (passed with distinction) Thesis: "Ein neuer numerischer Ansatz zur Lp-Regularisierung" (in German)
2009 - 2012 PhD studies in mathematics at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Thesis: "Inverse Problems with Poisson data: Tikhonov-type regularization and iteratively regularized Newton methods"
2012 - 2014 Postdoctoral research fellow at the institute for numerical and applied mathematics
2014 - 2020 Group leader 'Statistical Inverse Problems in Biophysics' at the MPIBPC
2020 - Holder of the professorship "Inverse Problems" at the Chair of Scientific Computing in Würzburg

I am married and father of two sons (*2012 and *2015)

Upcoming Events

2020

Academic Travels and Talks

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2012

  • November 16-25, 2012: Research stay at the Australian National University, Canberra, also joining the Canberra Symposium On Regularisation: "Convergence rates in expectation for Tikhonov-type regularization of inverse problems with Poisson data" (slides).
  • Oberwolfach workshop Computational Inverse Problems, Oberwolfach, Germany: "Inverse Problems with Poisson data"
  • DMV Annual Meeting, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany: "Convergence rates in expectation for Tikhonov-type regularization of inverse problems with Poisson data" (slides).
  • PhD defense January 23rd: "Inverse Probleme mit Poisson Daten: Verallgemeinerte Tikhonov-Regularisierung und iterativ regularisierte Newton Methoden" (slides, german)

2011

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