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Towards Moment-Constrained Causal Modeling
Matteo Guardini, Philipp Frank, , Torsten Ensslin
41st MaxEnt2022 | International Conference on Bayesian and Maximum Entropy methods in Science and Engineering
Causal, Bayesian, & Non-parametric Modeling of the SARS-CoV-2 Viral Load Distribution vs. Patient's Age
Matteo Guardini, Philipp Frank, , Gordian Edenhofer, Jakob Roth, Berit Uhlmann, Torsten Ensslin
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Galaxy image modelling using shapelets with sparse techniques
with Arun Kannawadi. The goal was to use insights from the algebra of quantum mechanics operators and apply it to image processing of galaxies in order to determine their shape as acurately as possible. Determining the shapes comes especially handy for weak-lensing applications. Essentially, reducing down to Hermite polynomial decomposition of images with a clever basis construction. This was a project within the LEAPS 2017 program at the Leiden University, Netherlands.
Hunting for Intermediate-Mass-Black-Holes (IMBH)
with Paolo Bianchini and Glenn van de Ven. Goal of the project was to use internal dynamics, in particular the velocity dispersion, of globular clusters for finding hints of IMBH presence within the cluster. Work was done as part of a 2.5 month research internship at Max Planck institut for Astronomy in Heidelberg, 2016. Coding was done mostly inside Python/C/C++.
Examining the Kuiper belt sculpting
with Pedro Lacerda and Sebastian Lorek. Aim was to investigate the consequences of the Nice model towards the Kuiper belt structure. The work was done as a part of a month long research internship at Max Planck institut for Solar system research in Göttingen, 2015. Coding was done inside Fortran/C++ and bash. Some results can be found here.
Dynamics of Dust Particles Ejected from the Nuclei of C/2012 S1 (ISON) and C/2011 W3 (Lovejoy) Comets
with Mateja Bošković and Igor Smolić. This started as a high-school project within Petnic Science Center and involved implementation of internal thermodynamics model of comet nuclei as well as a small N-body integrator. Project was done almost exclusively within C with a flavour of MATLAB for visualising the results.