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I am currently a research fellow at the Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics in Budapest, where I joined the Automorphic Forms research group lead by Gergely Harcos.

Previously I was a postdoc at the University of Genoa, supported by a Giorgio Schirillo postdoctoral grant, awarded by INdAM (Italian National Institute for Advanced Mathematics), where I worked mainly with Alberto Perelli, Sandro Bettin, and Stefano Vigni.

In autumn 2017 I spent two months as a Leibniz fellow at Oberwolfach (MFO), while in the summer I was a research visitor at Università degli Studi Roma Tre, and before that a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics (2016-2017).

I graduated in July 2016 from University of Copenhagen, under the supervision of Morten S. Risager.


My research focuses on analytic number theory, with emphasis on modular forms and automorphic forms. Some of the main tools I use are the trace formulas of Selberg, Kuznetsov, the pretrace formula. They relate geometric and arithmetic problems to spectral theory of the hyperbolic Laplacian, hence to automorphic forms.

Problems I have worked on include lattice point counting in hyperbolic space, prime geodesic theorem, moments and distributions of almost periodic functions, and universality of GL(2) L-functions.

Upcoming events

Recent activities

  • Wien-Budapest AG, joint seminar, Rényi Institute, Budapest, December 2018.
  • Wien-Budapest AG, joint seminar, IST Wien, November 2018.
  • Third Number Theory Meeting, University of Torino, October 2018.
  • Hausdorff School, L-functions: open problems and current methods, HCM, Bonn, June 2018.
  • Perspectives on the Riemann Hypothesis, University of Bristol, June 2018.
  • EPFL, research visit, Lausanne, May 2018.