Thomas Kahle

Thomas Kahle


I am an assistant professor for discrete mathematics and applications to biology at OvGU Magdeburg and CDS.

My research is in commutative algebra, combinatorics, and computation with a focus on applications in algebraic statistics and biology.

I graduated from the Max-Planck-Institute for mathematics in the sciences in May 2010 and then spent two years as an EPDI post doc visiting FIM @ ETH Z├╝rich, Institut Mittag-Leffler in Stockholm, the Isaac-Newton-Institute in Cambridge, and MFO. After the EPDI I participated in the commutative algebra program at MSRI, Berkeley. I was also shortly a post-doc in Raymond Hemmecke's group at TU Munich.

Good news: There will be PhD and Postdoc opportunities in Magdeburg within the newly established DFG Research Training Group Complexity Reduction, starting in April 2017.
I am one of the PIs.

(c) Thomas Kahle - 12 Jan 2017
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