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Luchsinger Mathematics AG
Christopher James Luchsinger
Dangelstrasse 6
8038 Zürich
Switzerland

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During my Masters Degree and Doctoral studies, I spezialized in Statistics, Financial Mathematics, Actuarial Theory and Econometrics. My dissertation was on mathematical models of a tropical disease. I gave classes in Statistics and Applied Probability and carried out statistical consulting for academic research staff and customers in industry. I was in charge of the following seminars and lectures, each running for a 4-month period (seminars 2, lectures 3-4 hours per week)

Scripts:

  1. Introduction to Mathematical Finance, Script (in German), 2000.
  2. Applied Probability, Script (in German), 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2013.
  3. Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics, Script (in German), 2003, 2004 - 2014.
  4. Statistics, Script (in German), 2003, 2005, 2007, 2011.
  5. ad hoc 5 day Crash Course in Statistics, Script (in English), 2003, 2004 - 2014.
  6. Introduction to Probability Theory and Statistics for Natural Science Students, Script (in German), 2005, 2006 - 2015.
  7. Mini-Course in Biostatistics, Script (in English), 2006.
  8. Probability Theory, Script (in German), 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014.
  9. Introduction to Mathematical Epidemiology, Script (in German/English), 2011.
  10. Analysis for Natural Science Students, Script (in German - based on Book by H.H. Storrer), 2012, 2013 - 2015.

Publications:

  1. Poissonapproximation in stochastischen Netzwerken. Diploma thesis University of Zürich, Supervisor Prof. A.D. Barbour, 1993.
  2. Thresholds and initial growth rates in a model of parasitic infection. The Annals of Applied Probability, 1996, Vol. 6, No. 4., with Barbour, A.D.; Heesterbeek, J.A.P. (PDF document)
  3. Mathematical models of a parasitic disease. Inaugural dissertation University of Zurich, Supervisors Prof. A.D. Barbour and Prof. D. Mollison, 1999. (Program-Code)
  4. Stochastic models of a parasitic infection, exhibiting three basic reproduction ratios. J Math Biol 42 (2001) 6, 532-554. (PDF document) (Program-Code)
  5. Approximating the long term behaviour of a model for parasitic infection. J Math Biol 42 (2001) 6, 555-581. (PDF document)
  6. Mathematikstudium und Berufe für Mathematiker in der Schweiz, in "Berufs- und Karriere-Planer Mathematik 2003", 403-405, Vieweg Verlag, 2003.
  7. Mathematiker/innen und Statistiker/innen und die Unternehmerische Selbständigkeit, Swiss Statistical Society-Bulletin Nr. 49, Oktober 2004, p 3-5, 2004.
  8. Mathematikstudium und Berufe für Mathematiker in der Schweiz, in "Berufs- und Karriere-Planer Mathematik 2006/2007", 397-399, Vieweg Verlag, 2006.
  9. Der Umwandlungssatz der 2. Säule muss angepasst werden, p 9, Zürich 2, 2009.

Reports:

  1. Fallout predictions in nuclear explosions. Classified Report for Swiss Air Force (at Institute for Military Security Technology (ETH Zurich)), 2000.
  2. Salary Review Actuaries, Zurich & Basle, 2004. Classified Report - for participating Companies only, 2004, with Rene Locher

Theses (co-)supervised:

  1. Web Indicators for Portfolio Management [Management Summary (4 p) & Summary (16 p)], Manuel Dubler, Diploma Thesis University of Zurich, 2004
  2. Kodierungstheorie und Kryptographie, Christian Urech, Abschlussarbeit an der Rudolf Steiner Schule Basel, 2004/2005
  3. Automatisierte Kategorieeinteilung von Ausschreibungen einer Online-Stellenbörse, Carlo Manco, Einzel-Bachelorarbeit an Zürcher Fachhochschule, HSZ-T Hochschule für Technik Zürich, Studiengang Informatik, 2011

Radio / TV:

  1. Swiss National TV, Main News, August 4, 1994, 1994
  2. Probability of Success in Euromillions, DRS 1, Friday morning, 3rd February 2006, 2006
  3. Probability of Success in Euromillions, Tele M1, November 10, 2006, 2006

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Military Service:

From 1988-1998, regular military service in the Air Force, and later on research work at the Institute for Military Security Technology (ETH Zurich), where I carried out the computation of fallout predictions in nuclear explosions (type: ground zero).

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