Ottmar Cronie

Senior Lecturer, Mathematical Sciences

I am a mathematical statistician and my research is primarily in spatial and spatio-temporal statistics as well as statistical learning. The emphasis of my research is in point processes, which have classically been considered as a part of stochastic geometry and can most easily be described as generalised random samples where dependencies and random sample sizes are allowed - this is exactly what makes them particularly suitable for modelling events in space and/or time. At present, the main focus is on the further development of a new theory for statistical learning for point processes that I have recently developed. The applied part of my research focuses mainly on epidemiology where the main focus at the moment is research on covid-19 and mosquito-borne diseases - this research is conducted in collaboration with, among others, the research group of Annika Rosengren (GU) and Max Petzold and Laith Hussain (GU).

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