Background and activities

Gunnar Taraldsen is professor at Department of Mathematical Sciences. His current research interest focusses on the foundational principles of statistical inference including quantum probability, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. The aim is to bridge foundations for statistical inferences, to facilitate objective and replicable scientific learning, and to develop analytic and computing methodologies for data analysis.

Earlier research includes quantum mechanics, mathematical physics, measure theory, probability, medical ultrasound, non-linear wave propagation, numerical acoustics, medical statistics, outdoors sound propagation, community noise annoyance, acoustic noise mapping, underwater localization, underwater wave propagation, and spherical microphone arrays.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications