I did my undergraduate eductation at the University of Würzburg,
where I recieved my B.Sc. (2010-2014, thesis supervisor: Knut Hüper)
and my M.Sc. (2014-2016, thesis advisor: Stefan Waldmann).
I revied my Ph.D. under the supervision of Luca Vitagliano at the University of Salerno (IT).
Here you can find my thesis. You can find my full CV here.
I am a post doc at the differential geometry group at the mathematical institute of the university of Freiburg. My research interest is centered around Poisson geometry, understood in a broad sense, and its application to
(mathematical) physics. Specifically, I work on semi-local models of poisson-related geometries, such as
Jacobi bundles and Dirac structures, quantization of Poisson manifolds and the interplay of (semi-)local
approximations and quantization. Moreover, I am interested in symmetries in Poisson geometry
as well as reduction theory combined with quantizations.
Recently, I got interested in graded (symplectic) geometry and its interplay with quantization.
Deformations of Lagrangian Q-submanifolds,
The Homotopy Class of twisted L∞-morphisms,
with A.Kraft, appears in Homology Homotopy Appl. arXiv
An Introduction to L∞-Algebras and their Homotopy Theory for the working Mathematician,
with A.Kraft, Rev. Math. Phys. (online ready)
The Strong Homotopy Structure of BRST Reduction,
with C.Esposito, A.Kraft, Pacific J. Math.325 (1), 47–83 (2023)
Normal Forms for Dirac-Jacobi bundles and Splitting Theorems for Jacobi Structures,
Math. Z.303 (74), (2023)