Research in a nutshell

 

My research can be summarized as using, and developing combinatorial tools (e.g. Newton polytopes, tropical geometry, dessins d'enfant) to answer questions about the topology of (real, or complex) algebraic varieties, polynomial maps, and ramified covers.

Problems that I am interested in are those of relevance to both pure mathematics, and its applications to sciences, and engineering.

Pertinent keywords:

- Fewnomial theory

- Topology of polynomial maps

- Tropical geometry

- Real algebraic geometry

- Real Hurwitz numbers

About me

 

I am a postdoc at the Symbolic Computation group in the Johann Radon Institute for Computational and Applied Mathematics, Linz.

I was a postdoc (Dec. 2018 - Apr. 2020) at the Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences.

I was a visiting researcher (Dec. 2017 - Nov. 2018) mentored by Gaetan Borot at the Max Planck Institute für Mathematik, Bonn.

During my first postdoc (May. 2016 - Nov. 2017), I was mentored by Johannes Rau at the Geometry research group in the Tübingen University.

I have obtained my PhD at the Laboratoire de Mathématiques in the Université Savoie Mont Blanc, and my doctoral advisor (Oct. 2013 - Sep. 2016) was Frédéric Bihan.

 

Here is my CV

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