My research activities have been generously supported by many programmes, institutes, and agencies over the years, and these are listed below.
Present sources of funding and support
Past sources of funding and support
- Project 415980428 “Analysis of maximum a posteriori estimators: Common convergence theories for Bayesian and variational inverse problems”, as PI, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), 2020–2021.
- Project TrU-2 “Demand modelling and control for e-commerce using RKHS transfer operator approaches”, as co-PI, funded by Germany's Excellence Strategy, part of the Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+ (EXC-2046/1, project 390685689), 2019–2020.
- The US National Science Foundation (NSF) under grant DMS-1127914 to the Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI) and SAMSI's 2017–2018 Quasi-Monte Carlo Working Group II “Probabilistic Numerics”, working group co-chair, 2017–2018.
- Project CH-15 “Analysis of Empirical Shape Trajectories”, as co-PI, funded by the Einstein Center for Mathematics ECMath and the Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+, 2017–2019.
- Project 337475393 (SFB1114/A06) “Enabling Bayesian uncertainty quantification for multiscale systems and network models via mutual likelihood-informed dimension reduction”, as project PI, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), part of SFB1114 Scaling Cascades in Complex Systems, 2017–2018.
- The King's College London – Freie Universität Berlin Funding Programme for Joint Research Workshops, as a workshop proposer and co-organiser, 2017.
- The Freie Universität Berlin within Germany's Excellence Initiative, as a supported junior research group leader, 2015–2020.
- “Optimal design and uncertainty quantification of graphene meta-materials and applications to photovoltaics”, as co-PI, funded by the University of Warwick International Partnership Fund, 2013–2014.
- The US Junior Oberwolfach Fellows project, funded by NSF Grant 0540019, 2012.
- The Oberwolfach Leibniz Graduate Students programme, 2010.
- The California Institute of Technology's ASC/PSAAP Center for the Predictive Modeling and Simulation of High Energy Density Dynamic Response of Materials, as a funded postdoctoral researcher, funded by the US Department of Energy NNSA (award DE-FC52-08NA28613), part of the Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program, 2009–2012.
- The University of Warwick Research Development Fund, supporting an extended research visit to the California Institute of Technology, 2007.