Centre for Water Resource Systems,
Vienna University of Technology,
Karlsplatz 13/222, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
• Flood statistics
• Time series analysis
• Applied statistics
David studied applied mathematics in economics and statistics at the Vienna University of Technology with a focus on time series analysis and econometrics. In his diploma thesis he conducted statistical modelling of energy balancing in Austria to identify the variables with the greatest impact on the demand for balancing energy. Additionally, he implemented and evaluated forecasts for balancing energy.
David obtained a Bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics in economics and statistics at the Vienna University of Technology in 2014 and continued with the corresponding master studies. He spent a semester at the Carlos III University of Madrid, where he took courses on econometrics and financial econometrics. He contributed to the research at the Austrian Institute of Technology while writing his master’s thesis and completed his master’s diploma in 2017. He joined the Vienna Doctoral Programme in August 2017. He will complete his thesis on detecting flood changes and the process causes of changes in flood probabilities in Europe.