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I am a J.J. Sylvester Assistant Professor in the mathematics department at Johns Hopkins University.

I got my Ph.D. at the University of Chicago under the supervision of Peter May in 2014.

My research interests include algebraic K-theory, its applications to number theory and manifold theory, and equivariant stable homotopy theory.

At Johns Hopkins, I am the organizer for the JHU Topology Seminar.

Together with Nitu Kitchloo, Jack Morava, Emily Riehl and Steve Wilson, I organized the second Mid-Atlantic Topology Symposium which took place 12-13 March 2016 at Johns Hopkins University. We hope the Mid-Atlantic Topology conference will continue in future years, rotating between Hopkins and UVA.

Here is my CV.

### Contact Information

Johns Hopkins University

Department of Mathematics

404 Krieger Hall

3400 N. Charles Street

Baltimore, MD 21218

** Office**: Krieger 311

** E-mail**: mmerling at math.jhu.edu

### Personal Information

I am originally from Romania. I grew up in Bucharest, where I attended a German school. I came to the US to attend Bard College as an undergraduate.