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Lund University

Lund University
Center for Mathematical Sciences
Sölvegatan 18
Box 118
S-22100 Lund

Research Interests

mathematical modelling: gradient flows, reaction-diffusion equations, interacting particle systems,
mathematical foundations of deep learning, AI ethics


Topics to speak on:

Artificial Intelligence, Fundamental Research, Diversity, Equal Opportunities


Carina Geldhauser studied mathematics and protestant theology at the University of Tübingen, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and Ecole Polytechnique. She graduated in 2016 with a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Bonn University. In 2019 she got a permanent position as a Lecturer at The University of Sheffield. She moved to take up a position at Lund Univesity in fall 2020. Geldhauser conducts fundamental research on mathematical models for phenomena in physics, biology and machine learning and cross-disciplinary research in machine learning, especially in ethics of technology.


Prize of the Foundation Toenissteiner Kreis

Rector's Award of the University of Tuebingen for extraordinary achievements of a student organization