My research is mainly devoted to statistical inference for stochastic modelling, with special focus on dynamical systems and stochastic differential equations (SDEs).
Applied work focuses on mathematical modelling of biomedical issues. Other research interests are: Bayesian inference, approximate Bayesian computation (ABC),
Monte Carlo methods in Statistics and inference for hierarchical (mixed-effects) models defined by SDEs.
I am the principal investigator for the interdisciplinary project entitled "Statistical Inference and Stochastic Modelling of Protein Folding" (here is an accessible description), funded by the Swedish Research Council (project id 2013-5167). The project is performed in collaboration with professor Kresten Lindorff-Larsen (Dept. Biology, Copenhagen University), associate professor Julie Lyng Forman (Dept. Biostatistics, Copenhagen University) and PhD student Samuel Wiqvist (Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund University).
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