Hana Krakovská has been a PhD candidate at the Complexity Science Hub since September 2021 under the supervision of Rudolf Hanel as part of EvoGamesPlus (Evolutionary Game Theory and Population Dynamics: From Theory to Applications) Innovative Training Network.
Hana studied mathematics and received her bachelor‘s degree at the Comenius University in Bratislava and her master’s degree in mathematics at the Technical University of Munich. Her master’s thesis was about the resilience of attractors in dynamical systems, supervised by Christian Kühn. After finishing her degree in 2020, she became a research assistant at the Institute of Measurement Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciences where she worked on problems of casual link detection in dynamical systems and fractal dimension estimation of time series.
Hana is also pursuing her PhD at the Section for Science of Complex Systems, Medical University of Vienna.
Hana’s research interest includes computational modeling, complex regulatory networks, time series analysis, and theory of dynamical systems.