The Algorithm Engineering group will see three new members joining over the next couple of months.
Minh Huyen Ly Le marks the first new entry, starting a position as a staff scientist in February. Ly received a Master's degree in mathematics from the Technical University Berlin. There she worked on time series modeling and developed A Method of Control-Reconstruction for Semilinear Parabolic Differential Equations in her thesis.
In mid March, Ágnes Cseh is joining as a postdoctoral researcher. She received her PhD also from TU Berlin, under the supervision of Martin Skutella, and held postdoc positions at Reykjavik University, Iceland, as well as the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest. Her work focuses on popular matchings and mechanism design.
The trio is completed by Marcus Pappik starting his PhD studies in April. Marcus is an HPI student and is currently completing his Master's thesis on approximate counting working closely with Andreas Göbel.