Currently, I am doing my doctorate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ulrich Bauer in his Applied & Computational Topology group at the Technical University of Munich.

I am mainly interested in topological properties of geometric complexes as well as combinatorial homotopy theory in general.

### Publications and preprints

*A Unified View on the Functorial Nerve Theorem and its Variations*– with Ulrich Bauer, Michael Kerber, and Alexander Rolle. [preprint] (2022) [poster]*Gromov Hyperbolicity, Geodesic Defect, and Apparent Pairs in Vietoris–Rips Filtrations*– with Ulrich Bauer. Accepted to SoCG 2022. [extended version] [poster]

### Invited talks

- Applied CATS Seminar at the KTH in Stockholm.
*A Unified View on the Functorial Nerve Theorem and its Variations.*April 26, 2022. Slides.

### Theses

- Master’s Thesis (2020):
*Variations of the Nerve Theorem*[poster] - Bachelor’s Thesis (2018):
*Cohomology and the de Rham Isomorphism*

### Students advised

- Markus Ruhland (2021, Bachelor’s thesis, jointly with Ulrich Bauer):
*Homological Algebra in Puppe-exact Categorie*s

### Teaching

- Geometry and Topology for Data Analysis (WS 21/22, Teaching Assistant)
- Linear Algebra for Informatics (SS 21, exercise session)
- Mathematics for Physicists 1 – Linear Algebra (WS 18/19, Tutor)
- Linear Algebra for Informatics (SS 18, Tutor)
- Mathematics for Physicists 1 – Linear Algebra (WS 17/18, Tutor)
- Advanced Mathematics 1 (WS 17/18, Tutor)
- Schnupperstudium Mathefrühling (SS 17, Tutor)