Marc Hellmuth

Marc Hellmuth is associate professor at the Stockholm University (Department of Mathematics) in Sweden. Before joining the Stockholm University, he worked as a lecturer at the School of Computing, University of Leeds, UK (2020) and as Junior Professor for Biomathematics and Computer Science at University of Greifswald, Germany (2015-2020). Additionally, he obtained the Venia Legendi (habilitation) in Bioinformatics at the Saarland University, Germany (2016). He was postdoctoral researcher at the Saarland University (2011-2015), the Max-Planck-Institute for Computer Science (2011), the University of Leipzig and the Max-Planck-Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences (2010-2011). At University of Leipzig, he obtained his PhD in Computer Science (2007-2010) supervised by Peter F. Stadler (graded: summa cum laude) and his Diploma in Mathematical Economics (2007). He is married with Paula and has three children.

He had frequently worked abroad as visiting researcher (incl. Yale University, USA; University of Leoben, Austria; Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria; University of Southern Denmark; Université de Montréal, Canada; PICB, Shanghai and Nankai University, Tianjin, China; University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).

His research topics include Data Science, Mathematical and Computational Life Sciences, Discrete Mathematics (Combinatorics, Optimization and (Hyper)Graph Theory), Algorithm Design and Complexity Theory.

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