About me
I am currently a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Swiss NSF at Johns Hopkins. I got my PhD in 2017 at EPF Lausanne (Switzerland), under the supervision of Kathryn Hess. Starting July 2019, I will be an MSI fellow at the Australian National University. I am a coorganizer of the JHU topology seminar, together with Valentin Zakharevich.
Research
My interests are in algebraic topology, homotopy theory and higher category theory.
My PhD thesis focused on the study of homotopy invariants of principal bundles and geometric interpretations of characteristic classes.
I am interested in the homotopy theory of higher categories.
My current research, joint in different combinations with
Julie Bergner,
Daniel FuentesKeuthan,
Magdalena Kedziorek,
and Viktoriya Ozornova,
focuses on establishing and comparing models of (∞,n)categories,
and in developing certain aspects of the theory of (∞,1)categories.
I also have a series of papers on the topic of 2Segal spaces (joint with Julie Bergner, Angélica Osorno,
Viktoriya Ozornova
and Claudia Scheimbauer).
Bundles and characteristic classes
 A loopingdelooping adjunction for topological spaces, HHA

Characteristic classes as obstructions

Towards new invariants for principal bundles, Ph.D. Thesis

Model structures for (∞,n)categories on (pre)stratified simplicial sets
and prestratified simplicial spaces
with V. Ozornova

A model structure on prederivators for (∞,1)categories
with D. FuentesKeuthan and M. Kedziorek

Weighted limits in (∞,1)categories
in preparation

2Segal sets and the Waldhausen construction, Topology Appl.
with J. Bergner, A. Osorno, V. Ozornova and C. Scheimbauer

The unit of the total décalage adjunction
with V. Ozornova

The edgewise subdivision criterion for 2Segal objects
with J. Bergner, A. Osorno, V. Ozornova and C. Scheimbauer

2Segal objects and the Waldhausen construction
with J. Bergner, A. Osorno, V. Ozornova and C. Scheimbauer

Comparison of Waldhausen constructions
with J. Bergner, A. Osorno, V. Ozornova and C. Scheimbauer
in preparation