Hej hej! Welcome to my website.
I am a postdoc in the group of Prof. Kathlén Kohn at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. My research addresses the algebraic analysis of data and is partially supported by the WASP-funded NEST “3D Scene Perception, Embeddings and Neural Rendering”. I enjoy maths, music, sport, and art – in particular the combination of them.
Before, I was a postdoc in the nonlinear algebra group of Prof. Bernd Sturmfels at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig. I obtained my PhD in 2019 under the supervision of Prof. Marco Hien and Prof. Maxim Smirnov at the University of Augsburg. You can find more information about me in my CV.
Besides maths, I appreciate excellent espresso and enjoy yoga, going on my racing bike or monocycle, playing the ukulele and singing, abstract painting, and discovering the beautiful surroundings of Stockholm.
- In the fall term 2023, I’m offering a PhD course on D-Modules and Holonomic Functions at KTH and Stockholm University. More details to come at this place soon. Everyone welcome to drop in!
- Have a look at our new preprint D-Module Techniques for Solving Differential Equations in the Context of Feynman Integrals with Johannes Henn, Lizzie Pratt, and Simone Zoia! Our implementation in Sage to compute canonical series solutions of regular holonomic D-ideals is available on the MathRepo.
- Knowing that two functions fulfill algebraic differential equations – wich differential equations does their sum/product/composition/… fulfill? Find out in our preprint D-Algebraic Functions with Rida Ait El Manssour and Bertrand Teguia Tabuguia! You’re also invited to try our code in Macaulay2 and Maple, which is available on the MathRepo.
- How do D-modules and nonlinear algebra help in the study of Feynman integrals? Check out our new preprint on Vector Spaces of Generalized Euler Integrals with Daniele Agostini, Claudia Fevola, and Simon Telen! You can also try the code provided in our Jupyter notebooks. Comments welcome!
- The first in-person meeting of AlToGeLiS took place as an all-day event with problem discussion and working sessions on June 17, 2022, at KTH in conjunction with the Conference on the Mathematics of Complex Data. Following the AIM workshop format of moderated discussion sessions, we ran four sessions on algebraic statistics, applied algebraic geometry, combinatorics & geometry, and topological data analysis.
- You ever wondered how to compute Bayesian Integrals on Toric Varieties? You can read about it in our article with Michael Borinksy, Bernd Sturmfels, and Simon Telen!
Supplementary material: software and my latest Geometrische Gemeinheit, which was inspired by a toric sector decomposition of the pentagon:
Last update: May 26, 2023