Harald Oberhauser obtained his Master’s degree in Mathematics at the University of Vienna, Austria, and finished his PhD at the Statslab at the University of Cambridge. After postdoctoral positions in Berlin and Oxford, he moved to University College London as a lecturer. In 2015 he joined St. Hugh’s as a tutorial fellow and the Stochastic Analysis group in the Mathematical Institute as an associate Professor. He is also associated with the Oxford-Man Institute of quantitative finance.
His work uses probability theory and analysis to understand, model and make statistical inference about the evolution of complex systems. He is especially interested in topics that connect recent progress in theoretical mathematics with real world applications.
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