I am currently an Associate Lecturer in Mathematical Physics at the University of York.
I completed my undergraduate degree in physics at the University of Hamburg (Germany) in 2011, and my PhD in mathematics at the University of Genoa (Italy) in 2015. Following that I held post-doctoral positions at the University of Warsaw (Poland) and the University of Wuppertal (Germany). After an interim professorship in Wuppertal, I joined the Department of Mathematics in York in 2019.
Some research interests: PDEs, differential operators on manifolds, microlocal analysis, functional analysis, mathematical physics, mathematical aspects of quantum field theory and quantum field theory in curved spacetimes.
Pre-metric electrodynamics is a covariant framework for electromagnetism with a general constitutive law. Its lightcone structure can …
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