## Academic Degrees

- Feb 2016 Dr. rer. nat., summa cum laude

Department of physics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg - Dec 2010 Diploma in physics with honors

Department of physics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

## Education

- Jan 2014 – Jun 2014 Visiting Student Research Collaborator

Princeton University, New Jersey, USA - Feb 2011 – Jun 2015 Ph.D. student

University of Erlangen-Nürnberg - Oct 2006 – Dec 2010 Undergraduate student

Universities of Erlangen-Nürnberg and Regensburg - Apr 2006 – Sep 2006 Undergraduate student

University of Kaiserslautern

## Positions and Employment

- Oct 2018 – present Postdoctoral Research Scholar

Department of Physics, Princeton University - Jul 2015 – Sep 2018 Postdoctoral Fellow

Department of Mathematics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Feb 2011 – Jun 2015 Research and Teaching Assistant

Department of Physics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

## Awards and Fellowships

- Oct 2017 Kulturpreis BayernPrice for Culture and Science of the Federal State of Bavaria
- Oct 2016 Ohm Prize of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg for an outstanding dissertation in 2015/2016
- Jun 2015 – Jul 2015 Participant of the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
- Mar 2015 Best Poster Award at the 18th Workshop on Stochastic Geometry
- Mar 2012 – Aug 2014 Ph.D. Fellow of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation
- Oct 2011 Ohm Prize of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg for an outstanding diploma thesis in 2010/2011
- Sep 2008 – Dec 2010 Fellow of the German Academic Scholarship Foundation
- Apr 2008 – Feb 2016 Scholar of the Elite Graduate Program of the State of Bavaria “Physics with Integrated Doctorate Program”
- Oct 2005 – Mar 2011 Scholar of the “Max Weber-Program of the State of Bavaria for the support of the highly-gifted”

## Selected list of publications

- M.A. Klatt, J. Lovrić, D. Chen, S. C. Kapfer, F. M. Schaller, P. W. A. Schönhöfer, B. S. Gardiner, A.-S. Smith, G. E. Schröder-Turk, S. Torquato. Universal hidden order in amorphous cellular geometries. Nature Communications 10, 811 (2019)
- M. A. Klatt, S. Winter. Geometric functionals of fractal percolation. arXiv:1812.06305 (2018)
- M. A. Klatt, G. Last, D. Yogeshwaran. Hyperuniform and rigid stable matchings. arXiv:1810.00265 (2018)
- B. Ebner, N. Henze, M. A. Klatt, K. Mecke. Goodness-of-fit tests for complete spatial randomness based on Minkowski functionals of binary images. Electron. J. Statist. 12:2873–2904 (2018)
- M. A. Klatt and S. Torquato. Characterization of maximally random jammed sphere packings. III. Transport and Electromagnetic Properties Via Correlation Functions. Physical Review E 97:012118-1–17 (2018)
- B. D. Wilts, B. Apeleo Zubiri, M. A. Klatt, B. Butz, M. G. Fischer, S. T. Kelly, E. Spiecker, U. Steiner, G. E. Schröder-Turk. Butterfly gyroid nanostructures as a time-frozen glimpse of intracellular membrane development. Science Advances 3:e1603119-1–8 (2017)
- B. Schuetrumpf, M. A. Klatt, K. Iida, G. E. Schröder-Turk, J. A. Maruhn, K. Mecke, and P.-G. Reinhard. Appearance of the Single Gyroid Network Phase in “Nuclear Pasta” Matter. Physical Review C 91:025801-1–7 (2015)
- M. A. Klatt and S. Torquato. Characterization of Maximally Random Jammed Sphere Packings: Voronoi Correlation Functions. Physical Review E 90:052120-1–12 (2014)
- J. Hörrmann, D. Hug, M. A. Klatt, and K. Mecke. Minkowski Tensor Density Formulas for Boolean Models. Advances in Applied Mathematics 55:48–85 (2014)
- G. E. Schröder-Turk, W. Mickel, S. C. Kapfer, M. A. Klatt, F. M. Schaller, M. J. F. Hoffmann, N. Kleppmann, P. Armstrong, A. Inayat, D. Hug, M. Reichelsdorfer, W. Peukert, W. Schwieger, and K. Mecke. Minkowski Tensor Shape Analysis of Cellular, Granular and Porous Structures. Advanced Materials 23:2535–2553 (2011)

## Selected list of presentations

- How to find a hidden order among disorder. Keynote opening the 15th International Congress for Stereology and Image Analysis, Aarhus, Denmark (May 2019)
- Universal hidden order in amorphous cellular geometries. Invited talk at the International Conference on Geometry and Physics of Spatial Random Systems, Bad Herrenalb, Germany (Sep 2017)
- Shape of Anisotropic Random Fields. Invited talk at the International Conference on Geometry and Physics of Spatial Random Systems, Bad Herrenalb, Germany (Sep 2015)
- Morphometry of random spatial structures in physics. Special Seminar LMU/MPQ, Chair Nobel laureate Theodor W. Hänsch, LMU München, Germany (Apr 2016)
- Complex and Disordered Structures: from Supernovae to Medical Diagnostics. One of two plenary talks of young scientists at the Bavarian Evening at the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, Lindau, Germany (Jul 2015)
- Minkowski Tensors: Sensitive Measures of Anisotropy for Random Spatial Structures. Talk at the Master Class of Nobel laureate Kurt Wüthrich at the 65th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, Lindau, Germany (Jul 2015)

## Membership of Professional Associations

- American Physical Society (APS)
- German Physical Society (DPG)
- Section for Stochastics of the German Mathematical Society (DMV)
- Alumni of the Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB)

## Research Experience

- Postdoctoral Research Scholar (Oct 2018 – present) Princeton University, Department of Physics

Paul Steinhardt, Salvatore Torquato

Physics and geometry of amorphous photonic networks - Postdoctoral Research Scholar (Jul 2015 – Sep 2018) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Department of Mathematics

Institute of Stochastics, Günter Last and Daniel Hug

Combined mathematics and physics for deeper insights into random structures - Visiting Student Research Collaborator (Jan 2014 – Jun 2014) Princeton University, Departments of Physics and Chemistry

Complex Materials Theory Group, Salvatore Torquato

Examined the local and global structure of an exotic state of matter - Graduate Research Assistant (Feb 2011 – Jun 2015) University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Department of Physics

Institute for Theoretical Physics, Klaus Mecke

Rigorously characterized random spatial structures in mathematical models and physical systems from astronomy over condensed matter to nuclear physics - Undergraduate Research Fellow (Dec 2009 – Dec 2010) University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Department of Physics

Institute for Theoretical Physics, Klaus Mecke

Developed an improved shape analysis detecting sources in gamma-ray sky maps