I am an Arthur J. Krener Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of California, Davis. My research is in the field of computational and applied topology.
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For my dissertation, I built triangulated high-dimensional objects (simplicial complexes) that have interesting properties and then used them as test objects to improve heuristic algorithms in topological software.
I have a PhD (technically a Dr.rer.nat) from TU Berlin. My doctoral studies were supported by the Berlin Mathematical School. My doctoral supervisors were Frank Lutz and John Sullivan. Konstantin Mischaikow was also on my dissertation committee. I have been advised by Michael Joswig, Günter Ziegler, Bruno Benedetti, and Carsten Lange.
University of California, Davis
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