About

I am a mathematician and statistician, currently working as a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley.  In my work I study change-point problems employing multiscale methods and blind source separation with certain finite alphabet constraints.

Scientific Career

since July 2019Postdoc,
Research fellowship German Research Foundation (DFG),
Department of Statistics,
University of California, Berkeley
Aug 2018 - June 2019Neyman Visiting Assistant Professor,
Department of Statistics,
University of California, Berkeley
Jan - Aug
2018
Postdoc,
DFG - Research Training Group 2088,
University of Goettingen
2014 - 2017PhD student,
Institute for Mathematical Stochastics,
University of Goettingen
2009 - 2014Studies of mathematics,
University Goettingen and
University of Edinburgh
In this YouTube video I give an overview of my PhD thesis for non-experts at the 3-Minute Thesis Competition, University of Goettingen:

Contact

e-mail: behr[at]berkeley(dot)edu mail: 367 Evans Hall, Department of Statistics, UC Berkeley, CA 94720, Berkeley