Welcome to my webpage! I am currently a PhD student in mathematics at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge. My supervisor is Ivan Smith. I am a member of Gonville & Caius College.

My primary mathematical interests are the following topics:

- Symplectic Geometry and Topology
- Pseudoholomorphic Curves
- Floer Homology
- Persistent Homology
- Symplectic Dynamics

Before coming to Cambridge, I completed a Masters’s degree in mathematics at ETH Zurich. There I wrote my Master’s thesis “Floer Barcode Growth in the Component of a Dehn-Seidel Twist” under the supervision of Paul Biran. Prior to that I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Humboldt University Berlin. As part of the degree, I wrote a Bachelor’s thesis on the topic “A Correspondence Between the Morse Index and the Conley-Zehnder Index for Geodesics” under the supervision of Chris Wendl.