Bio


I am currently a Postdoc researcher in mathematics at Stanford University. I was previously a Postdoc at University of Hamburg. In March 2018, I received my PhD at Potsdam University under the supervision of Prof. Christian Bär. I did my undergraduate studies in Stockholm at KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) with exchange studies at ETH in Zurich and TUM/LMU in Munich.

Professional Education


  • Master of Science, Royal Institute of Technology (2014)
  • Bachelor of Science, Royal Institute of Technology (2014)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of Potsdam (2018)
  • PhD, University of Potsdam, Mathematics (2018)

Stanford Advisors


Current Research and Scholarly Interests


My research concerns mathematical problems arising in General Relativity. I am especially interested in the behaviour of solutions to wave equations close to lightlike hypersurfaces, such as Cauchy horizons and event horizons. This leads to singular and degenerate hyperbolic PDEs on Lorentzian spacetimes. My research has been applied (with I. Rácz) to prove rigidity theorems for vacuum spacetimes with a compact Cauchy horizon, dropping the analyticity assumption in classical works by Moncrief and Isenberg.