During the Summer Semester 2020 I was a substitute professor at Universität Osanbrück in the group Algebra und Diskrete Geometrie.
Between February 2017 and June 2019, I was a postdoc in the Einstein Fellowship research group Nonlinear Algebra of Bernd Sturmfels at TU Berlin.
My research domains are algebraic geometry, tropical
geometry and their interactions. I have been working on topics
such as Brill-Noether theory of algebraic and tropical curves, tropical linear spaces, tropical
surfaces, lattice polytopes and their triangulations.
Together with Michael Joswig and Bernd Sturmfels, I am PI of the project Polyhedral Geometry of Virus Capsids founded by the Berlin Mathematics Research Center MATH+. Stay tuned for more news!
The special issue of Le Matematiche on Twenty-Seven Questions about the Cubic Surface is now published online.
The issue contains articles addressing some of the 27 questions about cubic surfaces posed by Bernd Sturmfels. The questions and a summary of the current progress can be found in the introductory article of the issue.