E-Mail: lastname at kth dot se
I am a Postdoctoral Researcher in Analytic Number Theory at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology under the mentorship of Lillian Matthiesen. Before that, I was a PhD student at ETH Zürich under the supervision of Emmanuel Kowalski. During my PhD, I also visited Adam Harper at the University of Warwick. You can find my CV here.
I am interested in the interplay of Analytic Number Theory and Probability Theory. I enjoy seeing interesting probabilistic notions being applied in a number theoretic context, on both a heuristic and a rigorous level. The most prominent examples in recent years concern the concepts of branching random walk and multiplicative chaos for the study of the Riemann zeta function on short random intervals, as well as various applications of random matrix theory.
Aside from that, for the past few years I have been co-organizing the mathematical section of the Hessische Schülerakademie, a Summer program for talented high school students. More on that, including our previous and current programs, can be found here (in German).