University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My general research interests lie at the interface of stochastics and analysis. Currently, I am exploring how tools and ideas from stochastic analysis, analysis of PDEs and renormalsation group methods can be adapted and applied to construct and study quantum field theories.
I am a DPhil student in the Mathematics of Random Systems CDT and part of the Stochastic Analysis Group. Before moving to Oxford, I studied mathematics at Saarland University, the University of Stockholm and the University of Bonn. In Bonn, I completed my Master's thesis on a novel Forward-Backward SDE approach to the sine-Gordon Euclidean quantum field theory under the supervision of Prof. Massimiliano Gubinelli, who is also supervising my DPhil.