Doctoral Student of Mathematics at TU Berlin.
I am a doctoral student at the department of mathematics of the Technische Universität Berlin (TU Berlin). My doctoral advisor is Alexander Bobenko.
My research concentrates on the connections between hyperbolic surfaces, or surfaces with singular Euclidean structure, tessellations of these surfaces which can be determined by the intrinsic geometry only and (generalised) polyhedra. An important instance are Alexandrov-type polyhedral realisation problems of such surfaces. A particular focus in my research lies on finding explicit algorithmic means to construct these objects. It is closely connected to problems in the theory of circle packings and discrete differential geometry.
Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry, Differential Geometry, Low Dimensional Topology, Combinatorics of Manifolds
Together with Felix Günther, I am organising a "Maths-Circle" for interested and talented students (currently 10th grade). We are meeting weekly and discuss challenging maths problems and puzzles. It is held in German and is part of the Mathematische Schülergesellschaft "Leonhard Euler". More information can be found on the website of our circle (login via "Als Gast Anmelden").
Jointly with
Oliver Gross,
I am creating the DGD-Calendar. We aim to present recent
research of the
SFB/TRR 109
in a visually appealing manner. In doing so we hope to foster
further interdisciplinary collaborations. But first and foremost we
wish to give experts and interested amateurs alike a possibility
to enjoy with us the beauty of geometry.
You can find samples of the calendar on the website of the
SFB/TRR 109
(year 2021,
year 2022,
year 2023).
Feel free to contact me if your are interested in receiving a
hight quality printed copy.
You can find a lot of extra material on incircular nets here.
I was involved in the organisation of the 25th "Berliner Tag der Mathematik" (day of mathematics). Together with Felix Günther, I compiled the exercises for the 11-13 grade maths-competition. Furthermore, I gave a talk on hyperbolic geometry aimed at young school children (7+ grade).