Faculty

Applied Mathematics

Prof. Dr. Christian Bender

Christian Bender is Professor for Applied Mathematics at Saarland University. His research interests include probability theory and mathematical finance. His publications cover various topics in stochastic analysis, Monte Carlo methods, no-arbitrage theory, and the pricing of financial derivatives. For more information visit his homepage.

Economic Theory

Prof. Dr. Dinko Dimitrov

Dinko Dimitrov is Full Professor of Economic Theory at Saarland University since October 2009. His research centers around topics in microeconomic theory, especially coalition formation, cooperative games and social choice. He is a Series Editor of Springer Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems. For more information visit his homepage.

Sport Science

Prof. Dr. phil. Eike Emrich

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Practical Philosophy

Prof. Dr. phil. Christoph Fehige

Christoph Fehige is a philosopher. He is particularly interested in ethics and practical reason, including some subjects from logic and the philosophy of mind. He is Professor of Practical Philosophy at the Philosophy Department of the Saarland University in Saarbrücken. For more information visit his homepage.

Statistics and Econometrics

Prof. Dr. Ralph Friedmann

Ralph Friedmann is Professor of Statistics and Econometrics at Saarland University. His research interests include financial econometrics, econometric policy evaluation and econometric methods. He has published on volatility analysis and stock market overreaction, price change limits, Chinese stock markets, econometric analysis of environmental policies, the reliability of policy recommendations from econometric models, and small sample econometrics. For more information visit his homepage.

Philosophy of Mind

Prof. Dr. Heinz-Dieter Heckmann

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Public Policy

Prof. Dr. Ashok Kaul

Ashok Kaul is Full Professor of Public Policy at Saarland University. He joined the faculty in 2009. His research interests include macro finance and public finance. He has worked on optimal risk sharing in dynamic economies, social security, the feasibility of public debt and optimal taxation. For more information visit his homepage.

Theoretic Philosophy

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Nortmann

Ulrich Nortmann is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy and the Philosophy of Science. In teaching and research, he is focused on logic, the philosophy of language, of science and of mathematics, and, as far as the history of philosophy is concerned, on ancient Greek philosophy. His books and articles published over the last two decades cover topics like deontic logic, proof theory, essentialism in philosophy and in the sciences, the interpretation of quantum physics, Aristotle's metaphysics and theory of modality, and Platonism. For more information visit his homepage.

Information- and Technologymanagement

Prof. Dr.- Ing. Günter Schmidt

Günter Schmidt is Professor of Information- and Technologymanagement at Saarland University. His research interests include Financial Planning, Trading Algorithms, Trading Systems, Scheduling, and Enterprise Integration. For more information visit his homepage.

Mathematics

Dr. rer. nat. Klaus Schindler

Dr. Klaus Schindler is lecturer in Mathematical economics at Saarland University. His research interests include mathematical modelling, mathematics of financial derivatives, dynamical systems and dynamical optimization. For more information visit his homepage.

Analytic Philosophy

Prof. Dr. phil. Niko Strobach

Niko Strobach is Professor of Analytic Philosophy at Saarland University. His research interests include logic and metaphysics, contemporary as well as historically (with an emphasis on ancient philosophy). He is co-director of the Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science (IFOMIS) at Saarland University. He has published books on the philosophy of space and time and on logic. His current interests are moving towards social ontology and bio-ontology, and towards the philosophical importance of perspective changes. For more information visit his homepage.

Practical Philosophy

Prof. Dr. phil. Ulla Wessels

Ulla Wessels is Pro­fes­sor of Prac­ti­cal Phil­oso­phy at the Phil­oso­phy De­part­ment of the Saar­land Uni­ver­sity in Saar­brücken. She works in sev­eral areas of prac­ti­cal phil­oso­phy, main­ly in ethics. For more information visit her homepage.