I am a post-doc in the Topology Group.
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
I'm broadly interested in homotopical algebra, homotopical methods in logic and foundations of computer science.
More specifically, I am currently interested in the theory of associative n-categories which has applications to formal higher category theory, higher algebra, higher Hilbert space theory, TQFTs and other topics in Algbraic Topology and fundamental physics.
- Categories, Proofs and Processes (MT16)
- Topology (HT16)
- Complexity Theory (HT16)
- Automata, Logic and Games (MT15)
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
- College Scholarship for Sciences, St Catherine's College, Oxford University
- 3 Year EPSRC Scholarship by Oxford Department of Computer Science, Oxford University
- Bateman Scholar, Trinity Hall, Cambridge University
- Parks Prize for Mathematics by Trinity Hall, Cambridge University
- 4 Year Scholarship by German National Academic Foundation