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Winfried Stute


Winfried Stute - Math Institute University of Giessen, Germany

Winfried Stute received his MS degree in Mathematics (major) and Economics (minor) from the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany) in the year 1973 and the PhD in Mathematics in 1975. In the year 1980 he obtained the Habilitation degree from the LMU at Munich. From 1981-1983 he was an Associate Professor at the University of Siegen (Germany), and since 1983 he has been a Full Professor in Probability and Statistics at the Math. Institute of the University of Giessen. In 1990 he became a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics while in the year 2008 he obtained the “doctor honoris causa” from the University of Santiago de Compostela. He has been a member of the Editorial Board of many scientific journals in Probability and Statistics. His main activities are on stochastic processes with applications in survival analysis, market research and finance.



My activities at Carlos III are split into two periods. From October - December 2016 I give a course on a hot topic in Statistics: Functional Data Analysis (3 hours a week). Participants are PhD students in Econometrics. The second period is from May to July 2017. Then I will continue with my lectures with a special emphasis on applications in microeconomics. I am also the co-advisor of two PhD students at the Department of Economics. Finally, in a cooperation with my host, Prof. M. Delgado, I will continue my research on statistical analysis of stochastic processes.