Greetings, dear reader!
at the University of Madison-Wisconsin, in the group of Prof. Andreas Seeger,
(October 2020 through September 2021)
at the California Institute of Technology, in the group of Prof. Maksym Radziwill,
(planned October 2021 through September 2022) and
at the Graz University of Technology, in the group of Prof. Christoph Aistleitner
(planned October 2022 through September 2023).
Until recently, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Tel Aviv University, in the group of Prof. Zeév Rudnick. Previously, I worked at the University of York (UK), with Prof. Victor Beresnevich & Prof. Sanju Velani, as a postdoctoral fellow after completing my PhD at Graz University of Technology (Austria) under the guidance of Prof. Robert Tichy.
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 three topics:
fine-scale statistics (e.g. the Poissonian pair correlation property) of sequences arising in quantum chaos,
diophantine approximation, and
lattice point problems.
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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