I came to Magdalen College in 2018 as a Senior Demy, holding the Sylvester Research Fellowship at the Mathematical Institute. Having studied Mathematics and Physics at the Universities of Freiburg, Cambridge, and Munich, I obtained my PhD in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 2014. Subsequently I was a Nevile Junior Research Fellow in Mathematics at Magdalene College, Cambridge.
My research interests lie at the interface of general relativity, partial differential equations, and Lorentzian geometry. I am particularly interested in the space-time geometry of the interior of generic black holes.