I'm a PhD student at Cambridge
under the supervision of Emmanuel Breuillard and Péter Varjú.
I recently finished my masters at
studying mostly under Manfred Einsiedler
. My email address can be found here
At the moment I am studying spectral gap of simple Lie groups and its relations to random walks and equidistribution.
I am also interested (see my master thesis) in effective methods in homogeneous dynamics.
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- Master Thesis. Effective p-adic Ergodic Theory, Diophantine Approximation and Spectral Gap.
- Bachelor Thesis. The main result is Selberg's trace formula.
- Semesterpaper. We expose algebraic number theory and the basic theory of linear algebraic groups with a view towards homogeneous dynamics.
- Billiards. In high school, I studied billiards in regular polygons and closed and simple geodesics on regular polyhedra.
- Billiards in Regular Polygons. Published version of my results on billiards in regular polygons.
Notes of my Talks
- Duke's Theorem 1. Notes for my first talk on the proof by Einsiedler, Lindenstrauss, Michel and Venkatesh of Duke's Theorem.
- Duke's Theorem 2. Second talk on Duke's Theorem.
- Linear Algebra. Collected notes (in german) of my Linear Algebra exercise class in Fall 2018.
- Symmetric Spaces Seminar. Notes of my talk in the student seminar "Symmetric spaces of non-compact type".
Below a collection of images is shown. Here you find my posters. Here and here are two of my videos.