• Generalife Palace
  • Alhambra View
  • Alhambra's Night
  • Granada's Panoramic (I)
  • Granada's Panoramic (II)
  • Granada's Cathedral
  • Moorish Windows
  • Court of the Lions
  • Costa Tropical of Granada
Generalife Palace1 Alhambra View2 Alhambra's Night3 Granada's Panoramic (I)4 Granada's Panoramic (II)5 Granada's Cathedral6 Moorish Windows7 Court of the Lions8 Costa Tropical of Granada9
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Plenary Talks

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sibbertsen

Prof. Dr. Philipp Sibbertsen
Director Institute of Statistics.
University of Hannover. Germany.

Philipp Sibbertsen took his PhD from the Department of Statistics at the University of Dortmund and was a Heisenberg fellow of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
Since 2005 he is Professor of Statistics at the Leibniz University of Hannover.
His research interests are Time Series Analysis and the Statistics of Financial markets.
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Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rünstler

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rünstler
European Central Bank,
Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Academmic Positionss
Principal Economist at European Central Bank with expertise in Econometrics, Financial Economics, Macroeconomics
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Prof. Dr. Michael Graff

Prof. Dr. Michael Graff
ETH Zurich
KOF Swiss Economic Institute
Zurich, Switzerland

My research is directed to various fields of Economics with emphasis on macroeconomic topis related to economic performance and growth. I am engaged in comparative analyses of educational, financial political and socioeconomic systems and their effects on economic performance. Recently I have extended this research programme to the significance of different legal traditions in shaping the monetary and financial system. Moreover, I am working on monetary policy, trade policy, international business cycles, and economic forecasting.
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Prof. Dr. Kalle Saastamoinen

Prof. Dr. Kalle Saastamoinen
Department of Military Technology,
National Defence University,
Helsinki, Finland

Currently working as a senior lecturer in National Defence University, Helsinki. Ph.D. of applied mathematics since 2008 from Lappeenranta University of Technology. My research interests are computational logic and its applications, AI based expert systems, data classification, military technology research, teaching technology and its usage. Recent years I have concentrated in my teaching tasks in Defence University and tutoring of military research related to operational analysis, mathematical modelling and simulation.
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Prof. Dr. Rebecca Killick

Dr. Rebecca Killick
Department Mathematics and Statistics
Fylde College, Lancaster University, United Kingdom.

Lecturer in Statistics at Lancaster University. Her research interests include: nonstationary time series, changepoints, multiscale methods in statistics, applications of wavelets in time series analysis and time series that arise from energy applications.
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