Torben Krüger

I am a PhD student in the Erdős group at IST Austria. My area of interest is mathematical physics and most of my research lies in the field of random matrix theory. I apply and develop mathematical methods in order to rigorously study large complex systems.


Phone:   +43 664 88326019
  +43 2243 90005602 (office)
Office:   I06.03.411 (Lab Building East, 3rd floor)
Post:   Am Campus 1, Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) 3400 Austria


Currently, I am working on the following topics:

Published work

  1. Local semicircle law with imprimitive variance matrix, with O. Ajanki and L. Erdős, Electron. Commun. Probab. 19, no. 33, 1–9., 2014
  2. Coexistence and Survival in Conservative Lotka-Volterra Networks, with J. Knebel, M. F. Weber and E. Frey, Phys Rev Lett, vol. 110 (16) pp. 168106-5, 2013
  3. Evolutionary games of condensates in coupled birth–death processes, with J. Knebel, M. F. Weber and E. Frey, Nat Comms 6:6977, 2015
  4. Quadratic vector equations on complex upper half-plane, with O. Ajanki and L. Erdős, arXiv:1506.05095, 2015
  5. Universality for general Wigner-type matrices, with O. Ajanki and L. Erdős, arXiv:1506.05098, 2015



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