Dr. Benedikt Jahnel





+49 (0)30 20372 445


Room 413, Mohrenstraße 39, 10117 Berlin

My research interests are

  • Interacting particle systems
  • Stochastic dynamics in infinite dimensions
  • Gibbs measures and phase transitions
  • Probabilistic methods for mobile ad-hoc networks


Together with Lorenzo Taggi, I give the lecture and seminar "Spin Systems and Phase Transitions" this summer semester at TU Berlin. Due to the pandemic, we provide our lecture via videos that we upload each week to the course website: Spin Systems and Phase Transitions.

Publications and preprints

Available now




Born May 28th 1980 in St. Martin D`Heres (France)

  • 01/2015-now, Researcher at Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics
  • 10/2011-12/2014, Research fellow at Ruhr University Bochum, Department of Mathematical Physics / Stochastics, Prof. Dr. Christof Külske
  • 11/2010-10/2011, Research fellow at Bergische University Wuppertal, Department of Stochastics, Prof. Dr. Barbara Rüdiger
  • 10/2003-10/2010, Student of Mathematics at TU Berlin, Diploma thesis supervised by Prof. Dr. Jochen Blath
  • 09/2005-06/2007, Student of Music at City College New York, Degree: Master of Arts
  • 10/2000-04/2005, Student of Music Education at University of Art Berlin, Diploma thesis supervised by Prof. David Friedman