Mathematics and Signal Processing in Acoustics (Research Scientist; Full-Time)
Dominik Bayer studied mathematics and physics at the University of Würzburg and the Technical University in Munich. In 2005, he started his Ph.D. thesis at the Institute for Biomathematics and Biometry (IBB) in Neuherberg. In 2011, he completed his Ph.D. at the University of Vienna on the topic of "Bilinear Time-Frequency Distributions and Pseudodifferential Operators" with distinction.
Dominik Bayer was a member of the institute from 2009 to 2015. He was part of the research groups "Mathematics and Signal Processing for Acoustics" as well as "Physical and Computational Acoustics". Among other things, he worked in the research projects MULAC (Frame Multiplier: Theory and Application in Acoustics) and BIOTOP (Adaptive Wavelet and Frame Techniques for Acoustic BEM). His main research interests are time-frequency and Gabor analysis and its applications to pseudodifferential operators and the solution of partial differential and integral equations.