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Martin Densing is a senior research scientist of the Energy Economics Group at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) since 2009. The PSI, located in Villigen in Canton Aargau, is the largest energy research centre in Switzerland and belongs to the ETH domain. Apart from being lecturer at the University of Zurich, Martin is also lecturer at the ETH Zurich.
Martin holds a master's degree in theoretical physics from the ETH Zurich and a PhD in mathematics from the ETH Zurich. Prior to joining the PSI, Martin worked as a freelancer in financial risk management for various retail banks. Martin is project leader in various industrial, federal, and academic research projects of the Energy Economics Group, and supervises regularly master and PhD theses.
His research focuses on:
- Multistage stochastic programming, with application in energy
- Multiperiod stochastic financial risk measurement
- Energy market modelling, using game-theoretic formulations
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