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András József Tóbiás, PhD
Postdoctoral researcher (research assistant) in Noemi Kurt's group at TU Berlin
Formerly scholarship holder of the Berlin Mathematical School, PhD student in Mathematics at TU Berlin with Wolfgang König
Email: tobias_AT_math.tu-berlin.de
Office at TU Berlin: Str. des 17 Juni 136, 10623 Berlin Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, room MA 767, phone: +49 30 314 28510

My CV (as of June 4, 2019)



1. A Gibbsian model for message routing in highly dense multihop networks (joint with W. König, last revised on 13 August 2018), at ALEA - Latin American Journal of Probability and Mathematical Statistics

Preprints (submitted)

1. Routeing properties in a Gibbsian model for highly dense multihop networks (joint with W. König, last revised on 15 February 2019)
2. Signal to interference ratio percolation for Cox point processes (last revised on 2 May 2019)
3. Exponential moments for planar tessellations (joint with B. Jahnel, last revised on 6 February 2019)

Master's thesis

Highly dense mobile networks with random fadings. With Wolfgang König at TU Berlin, 18 April 2016.


Summer semester 2019

Stochastik für Informatiker Tutorien: https://isis.tu-berlin.de/course/view.php?id=12491 Tutorien: Di 14-16 (MA 544), Do 14-16 (MA 549). Sprechstunden während der Vorlesungszeit: Do 12:15-13:45 (MA 767).

Summer semester 2018

In the summer semester of 2018, Wolfgang König and Benedikt Jahnel gave a 2-hour lecture and a 2-hour seminar Räumliche stochastische Modelle für Telekommunikation (Spatial stochastic models for telecommunications) at TU Berlin.
The courses were BMS Advanced Courses taught in English.
The lectures took place in the first part of the semester 4 hours a week, the seminar talks afterwards 4 hours a week.
I was responsible for the webpage of the course and for the choice of papers for the seminar talks. If you have questions about the topic of your seminar talk, feel free to contact me!

Summer semester 2017

At the BMS Summer School 2017 "Probabilistic and statistical methods for networks" (21 August - 1 September 2017) I gave an exercise class at Benedikt Jahnel's minicourse.

"What is...?" seminar

Since the beginning of 2017, I am one of the organizers of the weekly What is...?" seminar of the Berlin Mathematical School / FU+TU Berlin.