Dr Nicola Wittur

Dr Nicola Wittur

LSE Fellow

Department of Mathematics

Room No
COL.2.11
Office Hours
See office hours page on this site
Languages
English, German
Key Expertise
Game Theory and Information Theory

About me

I am currently a Fellow in the Department of Mathematics.

I studied Mathematics at the TU Munich and Economics at UCL here in London. After that I joined the LSE to do my PhD in Mathematics which I completed in February 2019.

My research interests lie in Game Theory and connecting it to concepts from Information Theory. In particular, in my PhD thesis I investigated how the concept of entropy helps constructing strategies in a certain game set-up.

I enjoy teaching and had the pleasure to be a class teacher for Game Theory and Optimisation in the past years. This year I am teaching Game Theory (MA301) and Real Analysis (MA203) in Michaelmas Term, as well as Optimisation Theory (MA208) in Lent Term.

I am also organising this year's Women in Mathematics seminar series.

Expertise Details

Game Theory and Information Theory