Currently, I am a PostDoc in the research group of Max v. Renesse at the University of Leipzig. In January 2021, I defended my thesis as a PhD assistant in the research group of Anton Thalmaier at the University of Luxembourg. My research is concerned with Stochastic Differential Geometry, i.e. the combination of stochastic analysis und differential geometry. As a relatively young and interdisciplinary subject this area uses stochastic methods in order to explore classical analytical problems on manifolds. The deep connection between the Laplacian as generator of Brownian motion seemlessly opens ways to study the whole manifold by virtue of the paths of this stochastic process. Moreover, stochastic methods can be used to solve problems where analytic methods may fail.

From March 2017 to February 2020, I was the PhD represenative of the mathematics research unit in the Doctoral Programme Mathematics and Applications and created a little, responsive website covering all coordinates about our PhD seminar.