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MS students
  1. Franz Luef, Perturbative Oscillation Theorems for Jacobi Equations, October 2001
  2. Johanna Michor, Trace Formulas and Inverse Spectral Theory for Finite Jacobi Operatos, May 2002 (awarded the Studienpreis of the Austrian Mathematical Society 2003)
  3. Helge Krüger, Relative Oscillation Theory for Sturm-Liouville Operators, December 2006 (awarded the Studienpreis of the Austrian Mathematical Society 2008)
  4. Michael Schmied, Spectral Theory for Schrödinger Operators on Regular Tree Graphs, June 2007
  5. Katrin Grunert, Long-Time Asymptotics for the Korteweg-de Vries Equation, May 2008 (awarded the Studienpreis of the Austrian Mathematical Society 2009)
  6. Kerstin Ammann, Relative Oscillation Theory for Jacobi Operators, November 2008
  7. Robert Stadler, Relative Oscillation Theory for Dirac Operators, February 2010
  8. Rainer Brunnhuber, Weyl-Titchmarsh-Kodaira Theory for Dirac Operators with Strongly Singular Potentials, June 2012 (awarded a Hauptpreis at the Studierendenkonferenz of the Austrian and German Mathematical Societies 2013)
  9. Daniel Pasterk, Scattering Theory for One-Dimensional Schrödinger Operators with Measures, April 2013
  10. Alexander Beigl, Spectral Deformations and Singular Weyl-Titchmarsh-Kodaira Theory for Dirac Operators, September 2014 (jointly with Annemarie Luger)
  11. Tobias Wöhrer, Asymptotic Behavior of the Weyl Function for One-Dimensional Schrödinger Operators with Measure-Valued Potentials, September 2014 (jointly with Annemarie Luger; awarded a Mittag-Leffler prize for outstanding thesis in mathematics, Stockholm University 2015)
  12. Markus Holzleitner, Dispersive Estimates for One-Dimensional Schrödinger and Jacobi Operators in the Resonant Case, December 2014 (jointly with Iryna Egorova)
  13. Noema Nicolussi, The Korteweg-de Vries Equation: Long-Time Asymptotics in the Similarity Region, June 2016
PhD students
  1. Johanna Michor, Scattering Theory for Jacobi Operators and Applications to Completely Integrable Systems, June 2005 (awarded the Studienpreis of the Austrian Mathematical Society 2006)
  2. Alice Mikikits-Leitner, Long-Time Asymptotics for the Asymptotically Periodic Korteweg-de Vries Equation, December 2009
  3. Katrin Grunert, Scattering Theory and Cauchy Problems, June 2010 (Award of Excellence of the Austrian Ministry of Science 2010; Studienpreis of the Austrian Mathematical Society 2011; Laudimaxima Award 2010/11 of the University of Vienna)
  4. Jonathan Eckhardt, On the Isospectral Problem of the Camassa-Holm Equation, November 2011 (Promotio sub auspiciis; Würdigungspreis of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research)
  5. Kerstin Ammann, Oscillation Theorems for Semi-Infinite and Infinite Jacobi Operators, January 2013
  6. Till Luc Lange, On the Inverse Scattering Transform for the Korteweg-de Vries Equation with Steplike Initial Profile, June 2015 (jointly with Iryna Egorova)
  7. Markus Holzleitner, Dispersive Estimates for Spherical Schrödinger Equations
PhD students (cosupervised)
  1. Julian King, Mathematical Modeling of Blood-Gas Kinetics for the Volatile Organic Compounds Isoprene and Acetone, November 2010 (jointly with Karl Unterkofler and Anton Amann; Promotio sub auspiciis; Würdigungspreis of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research)
  2. Helin Koç Rauchenwald, Compartmental Modeling for the Volatile Organic Compound Isoprene in Human Breath, September 2011 (jointly with Karl Unterkofler)
  3. Noema Nicolussi (jointly with Aleksey Kostenko)
All theses supervised by me are also available via the E-Theses server of the University of Vienna. You can also have a look at my entry at the Mathematics Genealogy Project or have a look at its graph (produced using geneagrapher).