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I am currently a postdoctoral research associate at Bielefeld University, under Michael Baake's group. I completed my PhD (Dr. Math.) in June 2019 at the same university, under the supervision of Dr. Michael Baake and Dr. Franz Gähler. My PhD thesis is entitled "Lyapunov Exponents in the Spectral Theory of Primitive Inflation Systems". For this work, I was recently awarded the Dissertationspreis by the Universitätsgesellschaft Bielefeld for the best PhD dissertation for the Faculty of Mathematics in 2019.

I have recently been awarded a fellowship under DAAD's Postdoctoral Researchers International Mobility Experience (PRIME) Programme for an 18-month postdoc position at the Open University in Milton Keynes, UK and at Universität Bielefeld.

My research is mainly focused on spectral theory of aperiodic order and quasicrystals. This lies within interactions between dynamical systems, ergodic theory, and harmonic analysis. In particular, I am currently working on projects anchored on renormalisation as a central theme in determining spectral types of certain dynamical systems composed of either point sets, tilings, or measures.

Among my other topics of interest are other areas in mathematical physics, such as deformation quantisation and discrete Schrödinger operators, and certain objects in number theory, including regular sequences and logarithmic Mahler measures.

When I am not doing Maths, most likely I am playing volleyball or playing the guitar.

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