Curriculum Vitae


Name: Ostermann
First name: Alexander
Dates of birth: August 7, 1960 in Innsbruck (Austria)
Citizenship: Austrian
Civil status: married with Barbara Zirnitzer
Position: Professor


Professional Experience

since 2002 Full Professor, Universität Innsbruck
2000-2002 Associate Professor, Universität Innsbruck
1999-2000 Professor, Section de Mathématiques, Université de Genève (Switzerland)
1992-1999 Associate Professor, Universität Innsbruck
1991 Habilitation, Universität Innsbruck
1990-1991 Assistant, Universität Innsbruck
1988-1990 Assistant docteur, Université de Genève (Switzerland)
1988 Dr. rer. nat., Universität Innsbruck
1982-1988 Assistant, Universität Innsbruck


Administrative and Management Experience

since 2017 Head of Department of Mathematics
since 2016 Speaker of the doctoral school Computational Interdisciplinary Modelling
2014-2016 Head of Faculty Council MIP
since 2014 Steering committee member of the Vienna Scientific Cluster
since 2013 Head of the research area Scientific Computing
2012-2013 Head of the research platform Scientific Computing
2012
Acting Head of Department of Mathematics
since 2011 Board member of the International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM)
2010-2017 Board member of the Austrian Mathematical Society
2008-2013 Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics (MIP)
2005-2008 Head of Faculty Council MIP
2005-2012 Head of Curriculum Committee MIP
2005-2008 Head of Department of Mathematics


Education

1988 Dr. rer. nat. (Universität Innsbruck)
1984 Mag. rer. nat. (Universität Innsbruck)
1978-1979 military service, LWSR 82, Rainerkaserne Glasenbach
1978 general qualification for university entrance
1970-1978
grammar school (Akademisches Gymnasium Innsbruck)
1966-1970
primary school


Visiting Positions

1997 Section de Mathématiques, Université de Genève (Switzerland)
1995 King Mongkut's Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Bangkok (Thailand)
1994 Section de Mathématiques, Université de Genève (Switzerland)

 

   
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