Curriculum Vitae

Personal data

Name:HAUSENBLAS Erika Inge
Title:Prof. Mag. Dr. rer. nat
Address:5061 Elsbethen, J.-Herbststr. 25-d
Date of birth:11.07.1964, in Neuried by Munich (Germany)
Birth of my son:21.07.97, Name: Philipp
Birth of my daughter:24.04.02, Name: Larissa


1974-1983Attendance of the Gymnasium Starnberg
Mai 1983Graduation
WS 83/84Beginning of my studies in mathematics at the University Salzburg
SS85-SS90Scholarship of SIEMENS Munich
06.02.1990Passing the final examination with distinction
19.04.1990Degree day
Topic of the master thesis:'A Comparison and Investigation in Topological and Measure theoretical Properties of Dynamical Systems'
SS 1991/1992Beginning of the doctorate studies in mathematics
14.02.1993-30.07.1993Scholarship at the University of Freiburg (Germany) Collaboration at the research project SFB 325 (Modulation of the learning in Neural Systems) Department: Hr. Prof. Fischer
22.06.1995Passing the examination for one's doctorate with distinction
07.07.1995Degree day
Topic of the dissertation thesis:'The Law of the iterated logarithm, the Hausdorff measure of a level set and the local time of a α-stable processes'
16.06.2003Habilitation in Mathematics
28.02.2010-02.05.2010Fellow of the Newton Institute for Mathematical Science, during the program Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, Cambridge.
01.05.2010Appointment of a chair in Applied Mathematics at the Montanuniversity Leoben, Leoben, Austria.
2010-2015regularly guest professor at the TU-Graz.


21.05.2000Christian Doppler Award
28.04.2000Award of a APART-Fellowship of the Austrian Academy of Science

Organisation Experience

  • Coorganiser of the special session: Computational Stochastic (Partial) Differential Equations of the MCQMC 2006, Ulm University, Germany, August 14-16 2006.
  • Coorganiser of the ESF-workshop Computational Aspects of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations, University Salzburg, Austria, September 17-22, 2006.
  • Organiser of the workshop 6th Austrian Numerical Analysis Day, University Salzburg, Austria, May 6-7, 2010.
  • Coorganiser of the section Stochastic at the 82th GAMM-Tagung, 2011, Graz, Austria, April 18 - 21, 2011.
  • Coorganiser of the mini-workshop Dynamics of Stochastic Systems and their Approximation, August 21st - August 27th, 2011, Am Mathematischen Forschungsinstitut Oberwohlfach, Germany.
  • Organiser of the workshop Stochastic Analysis Lévy processes and (B)SDEs in cooperation with C and S Geiss, R. Tichy, October, the 03. to the 7. 2011, Innsbruck, Austria.
  • Organiser of the workshops first Austrian Stochastic days, in Linz (Austria) September, the 24. to the 25. 2012, second Austrian Stochastic days in Innsbruck (Austria) September, the 21. to the 22. 2013, and third Austrian Stochastic days in Leoben (Austria) September, the 24. to the 25. 2014, in cooperation with E. Buckwar and C. Geiss.
  • Organiser (with Anne De Bouard) of the special session: Stochastic (Partial) Differential Equations at the MCMC 2015, University of Linz, Austria, Linz, July 07-11 2015.
  • Coorganiser (with Sylvie Roelly, Mechthild Thalhammer) of the special session: MS20 - Stochastic partial differential equations: Analytical and numerical aspects at the SCIDADE 2015, September 14.-18. 2015, Potsdam, Germany.
  • Organiser with Ann de Bourad and Zdzislaw Brzezniak of the workshop and winterschool about Numerics for Stochastic Partial Differential Equations and their Applications, which will take place at RICAM, Linz, Austria, in December 2016.

Job career

  1. During my studies I worked several times (altogether 21 months) as a working student at Siemens-Munich (Germany). I was appointed to di erent departments of the company, mostly in departments where telephone systems were developed.
  2. After my studies and before beginning the Ph.D.thesis, I was employed half a year for Siemens-Munich (Germany). My task was to investigate routing systems for non-hierarchical telephone networks, to implement a simulation program for the best algorithm I had found and to test these algorithms with regard to effciency and practicality.
  3. From June 1992 to May 1994, I was assistant at the Research Institute of Software technology (RIST), University of Salzburg (Austria).
    • First, from June 1992 to September 1996, I was paid by Siemens-Wien and my task was to implement a certain learning paradigm of Neural Networks (Radial-Basis-Function-Neural-Network) in C++ and to investigate the possibilities and usefulness of this paradigm. The program was a part of the Neural Network tool ECANSE which was developed by Siemens-Wien.
    • From June 1994 to January 1996 I was working for the PACT-Project (Programming Environments, Algorithms, Applications, Compilers and Tools for Parallel Computation) at the RIST. The goal of the project was to investigate the parallelisation of algorithms. During this time I investigated numbertheoretical methods for computer tomography, its implementation in parallel architecture (on a α-cluster by using PVM and C++) and its testing.
    • From January 1996 to September 1996, I investigated probabilistic algorithms for solving partial differential equations. I provided an algorithm simulating the local time for a stochastic integral using It^o excursions and showed the convergence, respective the convergence rate in theory and computer experiments. In this time I was backed by a project at the RIST. This assistance was finished successfully in September 1996.
  4. From November 1996 to September 1999 I had a part time job in the administration of the Institute of Psychology, University of Salzburg (Austria). Due to the birth of my son in July 1997 I stayed at home until April 1999 taking care of my son. I returned at work in April 1999 until my contract ended in September 1999.
  5. In the term 1999/2000, I gave lectures in C and C++ at the 'BerufsförderungsInstitut' (BFI) in Salzburg, Austria.
  6. As from October 2000 to August 2004 I had a fellowship of the Austrian Academy of Science for three years. The topic of the project is the numerical simulation of stochastic partial differential equations. During the fellowship I stayed at home ten months taking care of my daughter, which was born in April 2002.
  7. From November 2004 to the beginning of 2008 I had a fellowship of the FWF (Austrian Science Foundation) for three years. The topic of the project was the numerical approximation of SPDEs with main emphasis on nonlinear SPDEs coming from uid dynamics, like the 2D-stochastic Navier Stokes.
  8. Since April 2008 until end of July I was holder of a fellowship of the FWF (Austrian Science Foundation) again for three years. The topic of the project is Ergodic Properties of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations Driven by Lévy Noise.
  9. Since August 2010 I am Full Professor in Leoben at the Montanuniversity.