My nickname is Juro (pronounced like €), and I am a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Prof. Valérie Chavez-Demoulin at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. I am passionate about mathematical statistics and specialize in the field of causal inference. Through my research and work, I strive to uncover the hidden relationships and causal effects that shape our world.

Currently, my research emphasis lies in causal discovery, focusing on the identifiability of causal relations from observational data. In some of our recent publications, we also combine causal discovery with Extreme value theory and time series analysis.

I was born in Slovakia and did my bachelor’s and master’s in pure mathematics at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. During this period, I competed and organized several international problem-solving competitions and camps in mathematics. My favorite hobbies include ultimate frisbee and beach volleyball at the beach of Geneva lake. Back in Slovakia, I represented the Slovak national team in the youth world championship in ultimate frisbee.

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