List of my publications with access options

Syllabi and course notes

Infos & News about my Marie Skłodowska Curie funded project ACOSE

### About Me

I am a Marie Curie fellow at the Department of Mathematics at UC Berkeley. Through my Marie Curie project ACOSE I am also affiliated with the Institute of Discrete Mathematics at Technische Universität Wien. Before I was a postdoctoral fellow with the logic group of the Department of Pure Mathematics of the University of Waterloo. I obtained my Ph.D. in 2019 from the Vienna University of Technology under the supervision of Ekaterina Fokina.

My research is in computability theory, an area in mathematical logic. The main ambition for my research is to get a better understanding of the computational and descriptive complexity of mathematical objects and their associated classification problems. For more information about my research please take a look at my publications.

### News & Recent Blogposts

#### The degrees of categoricity above 0’’

Consider the ordering \(\omega\) of the natural numbers \(0\leq 1\leq 2\leq 3...

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Turing degrees that compute HYP but can not compute Kleene’s *O*.

Let \(HYP\) be the set of hyperarithmetic degrees, i.e. \(HYP=\{ \mathbf d:\e...

### Other notes

Non peer-reviewed notes on topics I am interested in.