Leila Taghizadeh

TU Wien

Website https://www.asc.tuwien.ac.at/taghizadeh
Project Name Computational Uncertainty Quantification in Nanotechnology
Publication Page https://scholar.google.at/citations?user=wP_n1MoAAAAJ&hl=en
Field of research Applied Mathematics
Keywords Uncertainty Quantification | Optimal Experimental Design | PDE-Based Inverse Problems | Multilevel Monte-Carlo Methods
Twitter https://twitter.com/LeilaTaghizade
LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/leila-taghizadeh
I received my PhD with distinction in Applied Mathematics at TU Wien in 2019. My PhD thesis was awarded the Hannspeter-Winter-Prize 2020 as the best PhD thesis of a female student among all areas of science. After about two years PostDoc at TU Wien, I moved to Germany and since 2021 I have been PostDoc at the Technical University of Munich in the research group of Scientific Computing and Uncertainty Quantification of Prof. Elisabeth Ullmann. I have received the Elise Richter Fellowship 2022 and my research proposal with the title “Computational Uncertainty Quantification in Nanotechnology” has been approved for funding by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). I will join the Institute of Analysis and Scientific Computing as the Elise Richter Fellow to lead my own research project at TU Wien.