Homotopical methods in complex geometry;
(higher) category theory;
translation & accessibility;
106 91 Stockholm
What I'm doing
- I am a postdoc on Wushi Goldring's team at Stockholm University. My current research mainly focuses on the interplay between complex-analytic geometry and simplicial/higher-categorical methods.
- Artur Ekert and I are creating an online book about quantum information science: qubit.guide.
- I work with the Topos Institute, co-organising and running the Topos Institute Colloquium, as well as occasionally writing some blog posts.
- In my free time I work on translating various maths papers into English (~/translations) and manage an open-source multilingual mathematical dictionary (~/maths-dictionary).
What I've done
In the summer of 2020, I defended my PhD thesis (HAL:tel-02882140) at the Université d'Aix-Marseille on the subject of twisting cochains in complex geometry and Chern classes of coherent analytic sheaves, supervised by Julien Grivaux and Damien Calaque. During the final year of my PhD, I worked as part of the DerSympApp project at the Université de Montpellier.
In 2016 I graduated with an MMath from the University of Oxford, after having finished my BA in Mathematics there the previous year.
For more details, see ~/CV.