PhD Candidate, Medical University of Vienna & CSH Vienna
Tobias Reisch has been a PhD candidate at the Section of Science of Complex Systems at the Medical University of Vienna and the Complexity Science Hub Vienna since March 2019.
Tobias received a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in physics from the Technical University of Vienna. In his master thesis, titled “Exceptional points in graphene nanoribbons”, he theoretically investigated non-hermitian phenomena in graphene and graphene-like optical lattices.
In 2017 Tobias did a three months internship at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland, working on the automated analysis of Atomic Force Microscopy data using Machine Learning. His work on the substrate effects of hexagonal boron nitride on graphene contributed to a paper published in Nature Nanotechnology.
Tobias’ research interests are centered around data analysis and econophysics. He is working on new models to understand economic development and innovation by investigating supply chains.
T. Reisch, G. Heiler, C. Diem, P. Klimek, S. Thurner
Monitoring supply networks from mobile phone data for estimating the systemic risk of an economy
Scientific Reports 12 (13347) (2022)
T. Reisch, M. Ferreira, S. Thurner
Publikationstätigkeit und Rezeption der Wiener universitären Medizin im internationalen Kontext
in: B. Nemec et al. (eds.), Medizin in Wien nach 1945, Vienna Univ Press (2022) 185–211
Tobias Reisch: “Inequality in economic shock exposures across the global firm-level supply network”
Oct 17, 2022—Oct 21, 2022
Tobias Reisch: “Inferring supply networks from mobile phone data to estimate systemic risk of an economy”
Aug 22, 2022—Aug 26, 2022