Dr Florian Pausinger


Dr Florian Pausinger is interested in the very basic question of how to distribute points in a uniform manner in squares, on spheres or on more complicated shapes. Apart from that he enjoys to work on interdisciplinary projects with other scientists (such as biologists) in which the aim is to get geometric information about real world objects from digital images.

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Open to PhD applications in the field of 

  • Pure and applied mathematics
  • Number Theory, in particular irregularities of distribution of sequences
  • Geometry and Computational Topology, in particular applications of persistent homology to questions in stochastic geometry
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  • Received the Golden Sponge Award for Teaching Excellence twice at IST Austria


Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences

School of Mathematics and Pyhsics 

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