Andr​é​ Uschmajew
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André Uschmajew received his PhD degree in mathematics in 2013 at Technical University Berlin, and then joined EPF Lausanne as a PostDoc in the same year. He was awarded a Second Prize at the Leslie Fox Prize Meeting 2013. In 2014 he was appointed a `Bonn Junior Fellow' assistant professor within the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics at University of Bonn. There he is working at the Institute for Numerical Simulation on low-rank tensor methods for high-dimensional equations and data analysis. His core research focuses on the geometry behind multilinear representations of multivariate functions, analysis of optimization algorithms, and investigation of the low-rank approximation property in problems of scientific computing. His works have been published in the top journals of numerical analysis and optimization. In 2015, he has been the organizer of an international workshop on low-rank tensor methods at the Hausdorff Center for Mathematics, gathering many leading researchers in the field.