Hi, I am a postdoc in mathematics working mainly in probability. Usually, I am in the group of Frank Aurzada at TU Darmstadt. Currently, however, I am on leave to act as deputy professor of financial mathematics at the University of Mannheim.
My PhD was focused on small world phenomena in dynamical random networks. In particular, the goal was to understand the effect that Preferential Attachment has on the graph diameter and average distances.
I am also very interested in the theory of Branching Processes, Random Walks on (random) graphs and applications of complex network theory in biology, physics and social sciences.
Other fields I have an interest in are Interacting Particle Systems, Large Deviation Theory, Stochastic Analysis and fine properties of (random and non-random) functions as well as applications of probabilistic models in biology and economics. On the Research page I have listed a some projects I am currently working on with a short description of what they are about.