Florian Klimm

Education

University of Oxford

Since 2014: DPhil Systems Approaches to Biomedical Science

Topic: Multilayer Networks for the Analysis of Protein Interactions
Supervision: Mason Porter, Charlotte Deane, and Jonny Wray

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2012 - 2014: Master of Science in Physics

Specialization: Statistical Physics and Nonlinear Dynamics
Thesis: Characterisation of Individual Nodes in the Mesoscale of Complex Networks
Supervision: Gorka Zamora-López and Jürgen Kurths

University of California at Santa Barbara

2011 - 2012: Study abroad

Participation in the Education Abroad Programme as Fulbright Scholar
Research with Dani Bassett in the group of Jean Carlson at the UCSB on neuronal networks

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2008 - 2012: Bachelor of Science in Physics with Minor in Mathematics

Thesis: Charge transmission through single molecules – A density matrix approach
Supervision: Volkhard May and Beate Röder

Research experience

University of California at Los Angeles

April 2017: Visiting Graduate Researcher

Research Visit to the Department of Mathematics
Host: Mason Porter

Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel

Spring 2015: Research short project

Hadoop for large-scale eQTL analysis
Supervision: Satu Nahkuri, Christopher Yau, and Peter Humburg

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

2013-2014: Academic Visitor

Climate network analysis – Extreme precipitation during the Indian Summer Monsoon
Supervision: Jürgen Kurths

Technical University Berlin

2012-2013: Research Assistant

Analysis and modeling of single neuron train spikes in mice olfactory neurons
Supervision: Timm Lochmann

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Summer 2012: Research Assistant

Network Analysis of neurological networks received from diffusion spectrum imaging
Supervision: Peter J. Mucha