My research combines surprising physical phenomena with rigorous mathematics.
My formal studies, undergraduate and postgraduate, were conducted within the theoretical physics program of the Elite Network of Bavaria at the FAU.
Upon completion, I moved to a postdoctoral position within the stochastic geometry mathematics group at the KIT, to develop research expertise in the corresponding mathematical area.
In October 2018, I joined Princeton University as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar in the Department of Physics.
Links about my research
- My PhD-thesis Morphometry of random spatial structures in physics
published by FAU University Press (Open Access)
- A summary of my doctoral research in the Elite network of Bavaria
- A note about my talk at the Bavarian evening
at the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2015