Greetings, dear reader!

I am a visiting scholar, supported by a Schrödinger fellowship of the Austrian Science Fund,

  • at the California Institute of Technology, in the group of Prof. Maksym Radziwiłł,
    (October 2021 through September 2022) and

  • at Graz University of Technology, in the group of Prof. Christoph Aistleitner
    (planned October 2022 through September 2023).

Previously, I was a visiting scholar or postdoctoral fellow

  1. at the University of York (UK), with Prof. Victor Beresnevich & Prof. Sanju Velani,

  2. at Tel Aviv University, in the group of Prof. Zeév Rudnick, and

  3. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in the group of Prof. Andreas Seeger.

In summer of 2018, I completed my PhD under the guidance of
Prof. Robert Tichy at Graz University of Technology (Austria).

My research interests are rooted in number theory, in a broad sense,
and its interface with mathematical physics.

Conceptually speaking, I am a mixture of a theory-builder and a problem-solver.
My research includes the following topics:

  1. fine-scale statistics of sequences (especially when linked to quantum chaos),

  2. diophantine approximation,

  3. lattice point problems,

  4. height functions (in particular the Northcott property of fields of algebraic numbers).

Typically, I use techniques from analytic number theory, harmonic analysis,
diophantine approximation, and the geometry of numbers.

However, I am always happy and eager to learn new mathematics.

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