Currently, I am a senior lecturer at the University of Würzburg.
Previously, I was a visiting professor for Stochastics and Applications @ the University of Stuttgart; a visiting professor for Probability and Statistics at the University of Bonn, and a lecturer at the University of Duisburg-Essen and a part of the Probability Theory group there.
I was a postdoctoral fellow at the Leiden University (group of Prof. Dr. F. den Hollander), Eindhoven University of Technology (EURANDOM, supported by a Mary Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship) and at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (group of Prof. Dr. A. Greven).
I received my Ph.D. (Dr.rer.nat.) from Berlin University of Technology in 2008 and a Diploma in Applied Mathematics from Kharkiv National University in 2002.
My research interests are concentrated around stochastic models of complex systems (i.e., systems of many interacting elements). In particular, I work on statistical mechanics of disordered systems (i.e., study of global/collective behaviour of complex systems with highly inhomogeneous interactions) and especially on range-free spin glasses. I am also interested in models of evolution for spatially extended populations and in stochastic processes on (evolving) networks.
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PD Dr. Anton Klimovsky
Institut für Mathematik
Lehrstuhl für Mathematik VIII