I am a postdoctoral research associate and member of the Oxford Centre for Nonlinear PDEs at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Oxford. In 2023, I finished my PhD studies at the Technical University of Vienna (Austria) where I also studied Technical Mathematics as an undergraduate.


During my PhD studies, I was responsible for the teaching of exercise classes in Partial Differential Equations, Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Calculus of Variations and Mathematics for Electrical Engineers.


My research combines techniques of stochastic analysis and partial differential equations and focuses on so-called large interacting particle systems and their limiting behaviour as the number of particles becomes arbitrarily large. In many cases, we can identify the limiting structures as solutions to certain partial differential equations. These types of particle limits — so-called mean-field limits — not only connect two important fields of mathematics (analysis and stochastics) in elegant way, but they have also become an emerging tool in applied mathematics with applications ranging from thermodynamics and neuroscience to artificial intelligence.


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