Dominic T. Schickentanz M.Sc.

Arbeitsgebiet(e)

Stochastik

Kontakt

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Work S2|15 332b
Schlossgartenstraße 7
64289 Darmstadt

I am interested in various areas of probability theory. Currently, I am mainly working on conditioning Markov processes on rare events.

Publications

Selected Talks and Conferences

  • 01/2024: Oberseminar Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie (Munich, Germany).
    Invited talk: Brownian Motion Under Constraints: Two Recent Results
  • 12/2023: National Seminar on Probability and Statistics (Sofia, Bulgaria).
    Invited talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Outside a Bounded Interval
  • 11/2023: What is …? Seminar in preparation of the mathematical colloquium (Darmstadt).
    Talk: What is the Zero-Range Process?
  • 07/2023: 43rd Conference on Stochastic Processes and their Applications (Lisbon, Portugal).
    Poster: Brownian Motion with Limited Occupation Times
  • 03/2023: Spring School on Probabilistic Methods in Population Biology (Darmstadt)
  • 02/2023: German Probability and Statistics Days 2023 (Essen, Germany).
    Contributed talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 11/2022: Oberseminar Stochastik (Augsburg, Germany).
    Invited talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 03/2022: Spring School on Random Geometric Graphs (Darmstadt).
    Contributed talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 03/2022: Conference on Branching and Persistence (Saumur, France)
  • 01/2022: What is …? Seminar in preparation of the mathematical colloquium (Darmstadt).
    Talk: What is Random Allocation?
  • 10/2021: National Seminar on Probability and Statistics (Sofia, Bulgaria).
    Invited talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 09/2021: German Probability and Statistics Days 2021 (Mannheim, Germany).
    Contributed talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 04/2021: Oberseminar Stochastik (Paderborn, Germany).
    Invited talk: Brownian Motion Conditioned to Spend Limited Time Below a Barrier
  • 09/2020: Stochastic Processes under Constraints (Oberwolfach, Germany)
  • 03/2020: Spring School on Complex Networks (Darmstadt)
  • 02/2019: Spring School on Selected Topics in Stochastic Geometry (Darmstadt).
    Contributed talk: Uniqueness of Invariant Distributions of Markov Processes
  • 10/2018: Oberseminar Stochastik (Darmstadt).
    Talk: On Perron-Frobenius-Type Theorems and Their Application to Markov Chains

As a teaching assistant, I have been responsible for the following courses:

Semester Course Lecturer
Winter 2023/24 Statistics for Business, Economics, and Cognitive Science Prof. Dr. Frank Aurzada
Summer 2023 Introduction to Stochastics Prof. Dr. Robert Haller
Winter 2022/23 Statistics for Business, Economics, and Cognitive Science Prof. Dr. Frank Aurzada
Summer 2022 Measure and Integration Theory Prof. Dr. Robert Haller
Winter 2021/22 Probability Theory Prof. Dr. Frank Aurzada
Summer 2021 Introduction to Stochastics Prof. Dr. Frank Aurzada
Winter 2020/21 Probability Theory Prof. Dr. Volker Betz
Summer 2020 Statistics of Stochastic Processes PD Dr. Cornelia Wichelhaus
Winter 2019/20 Stochastic Processes I Prof. Dr. Frank Aurzada
Summer 2019 Analysis II Prof. Dr. Steffen Roch
Winter 2018/19 Analysis I Prof. Dr. Steffen Roch

Awards

  • 2023 Departmental Athene Award for Good Teaching in Mathematics of Carlo and Karin Giersch foundation at TU Darmstadt. Awarded on recommendation of the student council and by decision of the university senate

Academic Self-Administration

  • Member of the departmental perspective committee