Prof. Dr. Gernot Müller

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Rechnerorientierte Statistik und Datenanalyse
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Adresse: Universitätsstraße 14, 86159 Augsburg

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Publikationen

  • Schiele, S., Martin, B., Märkl, B., Anthuber, M., Schenkirsch, G., Müller, G. (2020).
    Deep Learning for Classification of Colon Cancer with Respect to 5-Year Survival.
    Preprint, Augsburg University.
  • Martin, B., Banner, B., Anthuber, M., Schenkisch, G., Müller, G., Schiele, S., Märkl, B. (2020).
    Tumor Proportion in Colon Cancer – Results from a Semiautomatic Image Analysis.
    Preprint, Augsburg University.
  • Lingohr, D., Müller, G. (2020).
    Conditionally Independent Increment Processes for Modeling Electricity Prices with Regard to Renewable Power Generation.
    Preprint, Augsburg University.
  • Stemmer, B., Schiele, S., Müller, G., Trnovec, B.; Sommer, B.; Shiban, E., Heidecke, V. (2020).
    Clinical criteria for the assessment of a permanent shunting after endovascularly treated aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage: EROS-Score.
    Preprint, University Hospital Augsburg and Augsburg University.

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Schiele, S., Martin, B., Märkl, B., Anthuber, M., Schenkirsch, G., Müller, G. (2020).
Deep Learning for Classification of Colon Cancer with Respect to 5-Year Survival.
Preprint, Augsburg University.

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Martin, B., Banner, B., Anthuber, M., Schenkisch, G., Müller, G., Schiele, S., Märkl, B. (2020).
Tumor Proportion in Colon Cancer – Results from a Semiautomatic Image Analysis.
Preprint, Augsburg University.

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Lingohr, D., Müller, G. (2020).
Conditionally Independent Increment Processes for Modeling Electricity Prices with Regard to Renewable Power Generation.
Preprint, Augsburg University.

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Stemmer, B., Schiele, S., Müller, G., Trnovec, B.; Sommer, B.; Shiban, E., Heidecke, V. (2020).
Clinical criteria for the assessment of a permanent shunting after endovascularly treated aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage: EROS-Score.
Preprint, University Hospital Augsburg and Augsburg University.

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Müller, G., Uhl, S. (2020)
Time-Varying Autoregressive Models with Stochastically Scaled Stable Innovations.
Preprint, Augsburg University.

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Seibert, A., Sirchenko, A., Müller, G. (2020)
Modelling Policy Interest Rates using Cross-Nested AOP Models.
Preprint, Augsburg University and Higher School of Economics Moscow.

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Buchmann, B., Müller, G. (2020)
Time-Varying Nearly Alpha-Stable Additive Processes and their Application in Electricity Spot Price Modelling.
Preprint, Australian National University and Augsburg University.

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Lingohr, D., Müller, G. (2019)
Stochastic Modelling of Intraday Photovoltaic Power Generation.
Energy Economics 81 175-186

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Müller, G., Seibert, A. (2019)
Bayesian Estimation of Stable CARMA Spot Models for Electricity Prices.
Energy Economics 78 267-277.

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James, L., Müller, G., Zhang, Z. (2018)
Stochastic Volatility Models based on OU-Gamma Time Change: Theory and Estimation.
Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 36 (1) 75-87.

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Jacod, J., Klüppelberg, C., Müller, G. (2017)
Testing for Non-Correlation Between Price and Volatility Jumps.
Journal of Econometrics 197 (2) 284-297.

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Benth, F.E., Klüppelberg, C., Müller, G., Vos, L. (2014)
Futures Pricing in Electricity Markets Based on Stable CARMA Spot Models.
Energy Economics 44 392–406.

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Buchmann, B., Müller, G. (2012)
Limit Experiments of GARCH.
Bernoulli 18 (1) 64-99.

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Jacod, J., Klüppelberg, C., Müller, G. (2012)
Functional Relationships Between Price and Volatility Jumps and Their Consequences for Discretely Observed Data.
Journal of Applied Probability 49 (4) 901-914.

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Schreiber, I., Müller, G., Klüppelberg, C., Wagner, N. (2012)
Equities, Credits and Volatilities: A Multivariate Analysis of the European Market During the Sub-prime Crisis.
International Review of Financial Analysis 24 (C) 57-65.

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Müller, G., Durand, R. B., Maller, R. A. (2011)
The Risk Return Tradeoff: A COGARCH Analysis of Merton's Hypothesis.
Journal of Empirical Finance 18 (2) 306-320.

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Fleischer, P., Maller, R. A., Müller, G. (2011)
A Bayesian Analysis of Market Information Linkages among NAFTA Countries using a Multivariate SV Model.
Journal of Economics and Finance 35 (2) 123-148.

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García, I., Klüppelberg, C., Müller, G. (2011)
Estimation of Stable CARMA Models with an Application to Electricity Spot Prices.
Statistical Modelling 11 (5) 447-470.

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Müller, G. (2010)
MCMC Estimation of the COGARCH(1,1) Model.
Journal of Financial Econometrics (4) 481-510.

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Müller, G. (2010)
Market Correlations in the Euro Changeover Period With a View to Portfolio Management.
In: Böcker, K. (Ed.) Rethinking Risk Measurement and Reporting: Uncertainty, Bayesian Analysis and Expert Judgement, Vol. I. Risk Books, London, pp. 107-125.

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Gebhard, Ph., Müller, G., Böcker, K. (2010)
Bayesian Estimation of Lévy Copulas for Multivariate Operational Risks.
In: Böcker, K. (Ed.) Rethinking Risk Measurement and Reporting: Uncertainty, Bayesian Analysis and Expert Judgement, Vol. II. Risk Books, London, pp. 439-463.

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Czado, C., Müller, G., Nguyen, T. (2010)
Ordinal- and Continuous-response SV Models for Price Changes: An Empirical Comparison.
In: Kneib, T., Tutz, G. (Eds.) Statistical Modelling and Regression Structures - Festschrift in Honour of Ludwig Fahrmeir. Springer, Berlin, pp. 301-320.

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Czado, C., Heyn, A., Müller, G. (2010)
Modeling Individual Migraine Severity with Autoregressive Ordered Probit Models.
Statistical Methods and Applications 20 (1) 101-121.

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Müller, G., Durand, R. B., Maller, R. A., Klüppelberg, C. (2009)
Analysis of Stock Market Volatility by Continuous-time GARCH models.
In: Gregoriou, G.N. (Ed.) Stock Market Volatility. Chapman and Hall-CRC/Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 31-50.

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Müller, G., Czado, C. (2009)
Stochastic Volatility Models for Ordinal Valued Time Series with Application to Finance.
Statistical Modelling 9 (1) 69-95.

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Maller, R. A., Müller, G., Szimayer, A. (2009)
Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Processes and Extensions.
In: Andersen, T. G., Davis, R. A., Kreiß, J.-P., Mikosch, Th. (Eds.) Handbook of Financial Time Series. Springer, Berlin, pp. 421-437.

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Maller, R. A., Müller, G., Szimayer, A. (2008)
GARCH Modelling in Continuous Time for Irregularly Spaced Time Series Data.
Bernoulli 14 (2) 519-542.

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Müller, G., Czado, C. (2005)
An Autoregressive Ordered Probit Model with Application to High-Frequency Finance.
Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 14 (2) 320-338.

 

  • Corona und die Macht des Zufalls (Augsburger Allgemeine Zeitung vom 20.04.2020, Seite 4)
  • Interview zum Klimawandel (für SBS Radio Australia, Sydney, 20.12.2019)
  • Wahlbetrug und Steuerhinterziehung: Kriminalistik mit Statistik (Open-Science-Vortrag, seit 2017)
  • Die verborgenen Strukturen des Zufalls (Open-Science-Vortrag, seit 2016)
  • Mit Bits und Bytes dem Zufall auf der Spur (Open-Science-Vortrag, seit 2015)
  • Maller, R. A., Müller, G. (2010)
    On the Residuals of GARCH(1,1) and Extensions when Estimated by Maximum Likelihood.
    Technical Report, Australian National University and Technische Universität München.
  • Müller, G., Czado, C. (2006)
    Stochastic Volatility Models for Ordinal Valued Time Series with Application to Finance.
    SFB 386 „Statistische Analyse diskreter Strukturen”, Discussion Paper 504, Technische Universität München.
  • Czado, C., Heyn, A., Müller, G. (2005)
    Modeling Migraine Severity with Autoregressive Ordered Probit Models.
    SFB 386 „Statistische Analyse diskreter Strukturen”, Discussion Paper 463, Technische Universität München.
  • Müller, G., Czado, C., Antes, S., Rottenwallner, M. (2003)
    Regression Models for Ordinal Valued Time Series: Applications in High Frequency Finance and Medicine.
    SFB 386 „Statistische Analyse diskreter Strukturen”, Discussion Paper 335, Technische Universität München.
  • Müller, G., Czado, C. (2002)
    Regression Models for Ordinal Valued Time Series with Application to High Frequency Financial Data.
    SFB 386 „Statistische Analyse diskreter Strukturen”, Discussion Paper 301, Technische Universität München.
  • Müller, G. (2010)
    Statistical Methods for Time Series Analysis in Finance, Insurance and Electricity.
    Habilitation Thesis, Technische Universität München
  • Müller, G. (2004)
    Regression Models for Ordinal Valued Time Series: Estimation and Applications in Finance.
    PhD Thesis, Technische Universität München
  • Müller, G. (2000)
    Vorhersage bei Zeitreihen.
    Diploma Thesis, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

Forschungsinteressen

  • Bayesian Statistics
  • Computational Econometrics
  • Data Analysis
  • Statistics in Medicine
 
 

Lebenslauf

Beruflicher Werdegang

 

seit 08/2013 Lehrstuhlinhaber des Lehrstuhls „Rechnerorientierte Statistik und Datenanalyse", Universität Augsburg
04/2013 bis 07/2013 Professor für Angewandte Statistik, Universität Oldenburg
04/2012 bis 03/2013 Akad. Oberrat, Zentrum Mathematik, TU München
10/2011 bis 03/2012 Vertretungsprofessor für Computationale Statistik, LMU München
08/2006 bis 09/2011 Akad. Rat / Oberrat, Zentrum Mathematik, TU München
02/2006 bis 08/2006
 
Research Fellow, School of Finance and Applied Statistics und Center for Mathematics and its Applications,
Australian National University, Canberra, Australien
10/2000 bis 02/2006 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter / Akad. Rat, Zentrum Mathematik, TU München

 


Qualifikationen

 

2010                  Habilitation, Zentrum Mathematik, TU München
2004 Dr. rer. nat., Zentrum Mathematik, TU München
2000 Diplom Mathematik (Nebenfach Informatik), Universität Würzburg

Mitgliedschaften

Gewähltes Mitglied in

  • International Statistical Institute (ISI)

 

Mitglied in

  • Bernoulli Society (BSMSP)
  • Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung (DMV)
  • Deutscher Hochschulverband (DHV)>
  • International Society for Bayesian Analysis (ISBA)

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