I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Antwerp, working in the research group of Prof. Sonja Hohloch. I am interested in the theory of dynamical systems and its applications, ranging from abstract results in integrable systems and symplectic geometry to modelling in data science and physics.
My current research focuses on semitoric systems, a special class of completely integrable systems that appear often in quantum physics. I have recently defended my PhD thesis, in which I have used mathematical software (Mathematica) to compute the symplectic invariants of several families of semitoric systems. One of my main motivations is the combination of abstract theory with computational tools to obtain new results. For this reason, I am currently studying how to incorporate machine learning (mostly deep neural networks) into my research.
I am always interested in discussing collaborations and future opportunities. I am looking for a postdoctoral position to continue my research from Summer or Autumn 2020.
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