Luzie Helfmann has been working as a research assistant at Zuse-Institute Berlin since 2016, while also studying for an MSc in Mathematics at Freie Universität Berlin in the framework of the Berlin Mathematical School. In 2016 she obtained a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from University College London. Her research interests are algorithmics, numerical mathematics, stochastic processes, and interdisciplinary research at the intersection of Mathematics and other scientific disciplines.
|Nataša Djurdjevac Conrad, Daniel Furstenau, Ana Grabundžija, Luzie Helfmann, Martin Park, Wolfram Schier, Brigitta Schütt, Christof Schütte, Marcus Weber, Niklas Wulkow and Johannes Zonker, "Mathematical Modeling of the Spreading of Innovations in the Ancient World", in: eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, Volume 7 (2018) (2018), 1–32|