Dr. Philipp Wittenberg

Visiting address
Building H1 R 1397
Holstenhofweg 85
22043 Hamburg
Postal address
Dr. Philipp Wittenberg
PO-box 700822
22008 Hamburg



  • Wittenberg P, Knoth S and Gertheiss J (2024) Structural Health Monitoring with Functional Data: Two Case Studies. Submitted. [paper]
  • Windmann A, Wittenberg P, Schieseck M and Niggemann O (2024) Artificial Intelligence in Industry 4.0: A Review of Integration Challenges for Industrial Systems. Accepted at the IEEE-INDIN 2024. [paper]
  • Wittenberg P and Gertheiss J (2023) Modelling SHM sensor outputs: A functional data approach. Proceedings of the 37th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Vol. I, 664-668.
  • Morais MC, Wittenberg P and Knoth S (2023) An ARL-unbiased Modified Chart for Monitoring Autoregressive Counts with Geometric Marginal Distributions. Sequential Analysis. 42(3), 323-347. [paper]
  • Morais MC, Wittenberg P and Cruz CJ (2023) An ARL-Unbiased Modified np-Chart for Autoregressive Binomial Count. Stochastics and Quality Control. 38(1): 11-24 [paper]
  • Morais MC, Wittenberg P and Cruz CJ (2022) The np-chart with 3-sigma limits and the ARL-unbiased np-chart revisited. Stochastics and Quality Control. 37(2): 107-116. [paper]
  • Wittenberg P, Morais MC and Woodall WH (2022) Comments on “On scale parameter monitoring of the Rayleigh distributed data using a new design”. IEEE Access 10: 84622-84625. [paper] [software]
  • Wittenberg P (2022) Modeling the patient mix for risk‐adjusted CUSUM charts. Statistical Methods in Medical Research 31(5):779-800. [paper] [software]
  • Knoth S, Wittenberg P and Gan FF (2019) Risk‐adjusted CUSUM charts under model error. Statistics in Medicine 38(12):2206-2218. [paper] [software]
  • Mahmood T, Wittenberg P, Zwetsloot IM, Wang H and Tsui KW (2019) Monitoring data quality for telehealth systems in the presence of missing data. International Journal of Medical Informatics 126: 156-163. [paper]
  • Wittenberg P, Gan FF and Knoth S (2018) A simple signaling rule for variable life‐adjusted display derived from an equivalent risk‐adjusted CUSUM chart. Statistics in Medicine 37(16): 2455-2473. [paper] [software]
  • Wittenberg P, Sever S, Knoth S, Sahin N and Bondarenko J (2013) Determining quantitative road safety targets by applying statistical prediction techniques and a multi-stage adjustment procedure. Accident Analysis and Prevention 50: 566-577. [paper]


  • Statistics for political scientists (Winter 2023)
  • Mathematics for Economists (Fall 2016, 2022, 2023)
  • Time series analysis (Spring 2023)
  • Quantitative Methods II (Winter 2021)
  • Quantitative Methods III (Spring 2021)
  • Statistics I (Winter 2019)
  • Statistics II (Spring 2016, 2017)
  • Stochastics I (Fall 2020)
  • Stochastics II (Spring 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022)
  • Statistical Quality Assurance, Reliability and Safety (Winter 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020)

Letzte Änderung: 4. June 2024