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I am a PhD student in mathematics under the supervision of Dr. Magnus Botnan.
My research focusses on topological data anlysis, which is a relatively new branch of mathematics, studying stable topological features of data. I am also interested in Morse theory and computational algebraic topology.
During the winter semester I am a teaching assistant for the third year bachelor course in Measure Theory.
During the summer semester I am a teaching assistant for the second year bachelor course in Topology.
Furthermore, I have also supervised a second year project on the theorem of Seifert and van Kampen.
During the Summer School on Data Science for Dynamical Systems at the Lorentz Center in Leiden I assisted Henry Adams with his tutorial on Persistent Homology and Ripser.
I am currently organising a reading seminar on the H-Cobordism theorem. For more information, see the link under activities below.
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