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I am teaching at Stockholm University, Department of Statistics

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My teaching at the University of Stockholm, Department of Statistics (since April 2013)
  • Apr 2020: Statistical computations
  • Jan 2020: One lecture about Computer based methods: randomization, bootstrap within the course Biological statistics III
  • Oct 2019: Experimental design
  • Fall 2019: Självständigt arbete (bachelor theses)
  • May 2019: Finansiell statistik
  • Apr 2019: Statistical computations
  • Jan 2019: One lecture about Computer based methods: randomization, bootstrap within the course Biological statistics III
  • Dec 2018/Jan 2019: Finansiell statistik
  • Oct 2018: Experimental design
  • May 2018: Finansiell statistik
  • Apr 2018: Statistical computations
  • Dec 2017: Finansiell statistik
  • Oct 2017: Advanced methods for sample size determination within the course Statistical methods
  • Mar-May 2017: Statistical philosophy of science (Statistisk vetenskapsteori)
  • Spring 2017: Självständigt arbete (bachelor theses)
  • Oct 2016: Experimental design
  • Sept 2016: Advanced methods for sample size determination within the course Statistical methods
  • Fall 2016: Självständigt arbete (bachelor theses)
  • Mar-May 2016: Statistical philosophy of science (Statistisk vetenskapsteori)
  • Oct 2015: Experimental design
  • Sept 2015: Sample size determination in practice within the course Statistical methods
  • Mar-May 2015: Statistical philosophy of science (Statistisk vetenskapsteori)
  • Apr 2015: Statistical hypothesis testing within Basic Course in statistics for PhD students
  • Sept/Oct 2014: Grundläggande statistik för ekonomer
  • Sept/Oct 2014: Statistical philosophy of science (Statistisk vetenskapsteori)
  • Apr 2014: Sample size determination in practice within the course Statistical methods
  • Feb/Mar 2014: Grundläggande statistik för ekonomer
  • Nov/Dec 2013: Statistical methods
  • Apr 2013: Sample size determination within the course Statistical methods

My teaching at the University of Stockholm, Division of Mathematical Statistics (2012/2013)
  • Jan-Mar 2013: Analysis of categorical data
  • Nov/Dec 2012: Teaching and support for learning group Longitudinal analysis

My teaching at the University of Karlsruhe (1998-2003)
  • Statistics for students of Biology, problem sessions
  • Statistics for students of Computer Science, problem sessions
  • Stochastics II for students of Mathematics, problem sessions
  • Course for Applied Statistics using SAS (Summer term 2002)

Supervision of Bachelor and Master's theses

YearLe-velStudent(s)TitleExternal collaborator
2019MTobias LövOptimizing marketing campagins with active machine learning
2018MCharlotte PetterssonUsing Supervised Learning to Predict COPD ExacerbationsIQVIA
2017BJohan PerssonRestricted Region Exact Designs
2016MMoa ThyniComparison of the pooled test with other multiple test procedures in clinical trials
2016MVasileios ManikasA Bayesian Finite Mixture Model for Network-Telecommunication DataEricsson
2016BHanna PetterssonWorkplace fatalities
2016BMerrisha Axelsson & Edvard Åberg Non-response analysis of non-response bias in Swedish Work Environment Investigation 2015 Arbetsmiljö-verket
2015BCharlotta Löf Ryk & Anna YangStatistical methods for evaluating risk factors for urinary bladder cancer patients
2015BBritt-Inger Forsberg & Yuliya LeontyevaMultiple comparisons - in search for significance
2015BOlli-Pekka Kinnunen & Karl RöcklingerExtreme Car Insurance Claims and Their SeasonalityInsurance company
2015MAaron LevineUsing Markov Models to Analyze Brand Switching Between Treatments of Chronic Respiratory DiseasesIMS Health
2015MTommy LöfgrenMeasuring survey mode effects using the principal stratification framework
2013MLaszlo Sipos & Selma AydinComparison of analysis models of effect of treatment for preterm infantsSobi
2010MCarolina Blomqvist*Response adaptive optimal design in clinical trials - a simulation study motivated by a real data exampleAstra-Zeneca
*I was co-supervisor; main supervisor: Ola Hössjer, Math. Statistics, Stockholm University
B=Bachelor thesis, M=Master's thesis