Gerrit Bauch

Center for Mathematical Economics (IMW)
Bielefeld University, Germany


UHG V10-135

Universitätsstraße 25

Bielefeld 33615, Germany

I am a postdoc at the IMW and the CeUS as well as an associated postdoc within the CUDE research training group at Bielefeld University. I have recently finished my doctoral studies under the supervision of Prof. Frank Riedel and Prof. Andreas Blume from the University of Arizona.

My research interests include game and decision theory under uncertainty and their application to languages and partnership dissolutions.
I further fancy complex analysis and coding theory.

Before coming to Bielefeld, I’ve graduated in mathematics at Heidelberg University under the supervision of Prof. Rainer Weissauer on a conjecture on Siegel modular forms.


Feb 8, 2024 I successfully defended my doctoral thesis entitled “From words of approach to words of departure: Essays on noisy communication and partnership dissolution under uncertainty”.
Nov 22, 2023 My new working paper Underreaction and dynamic inconsistency in communication games under noise is available on arXiv.
Jul 17, 2023 I’m presenting my project on Ambiguity aversion and the direction of dynamic inconsistency in sender-receiver games of common interest at the SAET 2023 in Paris, France.
Apr 4, 2023 I presented the paper The Texas Shoot-Out under Knightian Uncertainty at the RUFE 2023 conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.