About me

A short CV is below. Information on my research can be found under the header Research

More about me here (in German) and here (in English) and here here (in Japanese).

Short Curriculum Vitae

01 - 04 2018 Leibniz fellow, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (on leave from Chebychev Laboratory)
Since 11 2017 postdoc at Chebychev Laboratory, St Petersburg State University, Russia.
01 2017 - 10 2017 postdoc at University of Pisa, Italy.
09 2016 - 12 2016 postdoc at WIAS Berlin.
10 2010 - 08 2016 Ph.D. student at Institute for Applied Mathematics, working on forward-backward parabolic equations, stochastic PDEs and metastability questions.
04-09 2010Visiting research student at École Polytechnique, France.
03 2010 Diploma in Mathematics, University of Tübingen, Diploma Thesis on A semidiscrete scheme for a one-dimensional Cahn-Hilliard equation, joint supervision by Matteo Novaga (Pisa) and Andreas Prohl (Tübingen)
2007 - 2009Undergraduate studies at Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa
04 2004 Entered University of Tübingen, as student of Mathematics and Protestant Theology

Scholarships and Awards

01 - 04 2018 Oberwolfach Leibniz fellowship, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, Germany
01 2016 - 08 2016 Ph.D. scholarship from University of Bonn
10 2012 - 01 2016Ph.D. scholarship from Foundation of German Business - Klaus Murmann Fellowship Programme
2011 The Price of the Rector of the University of Tübingen for extraordinary achievements of a student association
10 2010- 09 2012 Ph.D. scholarship from Bonn International Graduate School in Mathematics
04-09 2010scholarship by INRIA COMMANDS, a joint research team on optimal control at CMAP (École Polytechnique) and ENSTA Paris Tech.
11 2006 - 03 2010Scholarship by Foundation of German Business - Klaus Murmann Fellowship Programme

Why I chose to work at Chebychev Laboratory

As I get frequently asked the questions why I chose to work at Chebychev Laboratory, here's my Top 3 on what I especially like here:

(1) A collaborative and supportive work environment, motivated and positive colleagues and a lively research seminar.

(2) Excellent and motivated students, most of them winners of the all-Russian or international Olympiad in mathematics, physics or computer science.

(3) A truly international workplace, with colleagues who have spent many years studying and working abroad, and many international visitors, both upon individual invitations and special programmes e.g. the Lame chair.