Dr. Nataša (Djurdjevac) Conrad
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Freie Universität Berlin
I am a Postdoctoral researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin in the Biocomputing Group . I spent a one year postdoc in the Computational Molecular Design (CMD) Group at Zuse Institut Berlin (ZIB), workind with PD Dr. Marcus Weber. I am a member of the Postdoctoral Faculty of the Berlin Mathematical School (BMS).
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
- complex networks, random-walk-based approaches
- metastable Markov processes, Markov State Models
- fuzzy network clustering, module and hub identification
- spectral graph theory, transition path theory
EDUCATION:
- Ph.D. studies in Mathematics (09/2008 - 08/2012)
Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany
Scholar of Berlin Mathematical School (BMS)
Thesis title: "Methods for analyzing complex networks using random walker approaches"
Thesis advisor: Prof. Dr. Christof Schütte - M.Sc. studies (10/2007 - 07/2008)
Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Thesis title: "Solving the One Commodity Pickup and Delivery Traveling Salesman Problem using Variable Neighborhood Search (VNS)"
Thesis advisor: Prof. Dr. Dušan Tošić - Bachelor studies in Mathematics (10/2002 - 05/2007)
Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade, Serbia