I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Freie Universität Berlin. Previously, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher at Michigan State University. I earned my PhD at Wayne State University under the direction of Andrew Salch.
Broadly, I study interactions between algebraic topology, arithmetic and geometry. Specifically, I am interested invariants of ring spectra, such as factorization homology, algebraic K-theory, and topological cyclic homology. I am most interested in how these invariants shed light on connections to zeta functions and modular forms on the arithmetic side and Floer homology theory on the geometric side.
In addition to my research activity, I have had the opportunity to teach a broad range of courses, mentor undergraduate research projects, and organize several conferences and seminars. For a more detailed description of my activities see my CV.
19223811 Forschungsmodul: Topologie Equivariant stable homotopy theory. Course Website.
Forschungsseminar Geometrie und Topologie Higher Symmetry. Course Website.
Arnimallee 7 (Etage 2)
I co-organized a Special Session on Homotopy Theory at the AMS Sectional at University of Wisconsin-Madison on Sept. 14-15 of 2019.
I co-organized the Midwest Topology Seminar at Michigan State University on May 18-19 of 2019.