Phillip is a master’s degree student in Mathematics-Economics at the University of Copenhagen, where he has gained competencies within statistics, econometry and machine learning. He also has experience with computing and programming.
Phillip has previously worked as a student assistant in the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, where he worked with statistics, among other things. He has contributed to several publications and conducted financial register-based analyses on the Research Machine at Statistics Denmark.
Phillip is detail-oriented and strives to maintain coherency when solving a problem. He is used to formulating complex challenges in an easily understandable way. Phillip is approachable and always finds the balance between an analytical mindset and a relaxed manner.