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Biography After receiving his MSc degree in engineering (theoretical physics) in 2000 from Gent University, Belgium, Matthias Troffaes joined the SYSTeMS research group at the same university as a doctoral researcher, pursuing research in imprecise probability theory under the guidance of Gert de Cooman, earning the degree of PhD in 2005. He went to Carnegie Mellon University as a Francqui Foundation Fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation, working as a post-doctoral researcher with Teddy Seidenfeld. In 2006, he joined the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University, where he is currently Professor.
Research Interests decision making
probability bounding
mathematical statistics
foundations of probability and statistics
severe uncertainty
renewable energy