Curriculum Vitae


2018 Dr. rer. nat. (magna cum laude), Universität Heidelberg.
2009 – 2013 Natural Sciences, BA (Hons) and MSci (1st class), University of Cambridge (Girton College).
2009 Abitur at Leininger Gymnasium Grünstadt.
2008 – 2009 3 semesters of mathematics and physics at Technische Universität Kaiserslautern.

Research experience

The topics of my research are described in more details under Research. See also my list of publications.

from Jan 2019 Postdoctoral fellow at the MATHERIALS team of the CERMICS lab, ENPC, and Inria Paris as well as the ISCD, Sorbonne Université
Jun 2018 – Dec 2018 HGS MathComp postdoctoral researcher, Universität Heidelberg
Jan 2014 – May 2018 Doctoral student with Prof. Andreas Dreuw, Universität Heidelberg. PhD thesis.
Oct 2012 – April 2013 6-months research project with Prof. Stuart Althorpe, University of Cambridge, leading to a MSci degree. Master thesis.

Workshop and conference talks

26.09.2018 Simulating chemistry: Enabling novel approaches for modelling the electronic structure of molecules, Heidelberg Laureate Forum 2018, Heidelberg. Further details.
11.09.2018 Challenges and open problems related to the algebraic diagrammatic construction scheme, Franco-German Workshop 2018, Aachen. Further details.
08.09.2018 Pitfalls for performance: Latencies to keep in mind, MRMCD2018, Darmstadt. Further details.
28.08.2018 molsturm: Towards quantum-chemical method development for arbitrary basis functions, MES 2018, Metz. Further details.
23.03.2018 molsturm: Modular electronic structure theory framework, Mathematical methods for quantum chemistry, Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach. Further details.
04.10.2017 Lazy matrices for contraction-based algorithms, Mathematical methods for quantum chemistry, Universität Heidelberg. Further details.
19.05.2017 Lazy matrices for apply-based algorithms, High-performance computing day, Køpenhavns Universitet. Further details.

Invited seminar talks

30.11.2018 Design of the molsturm quantum-chemistry framework, GdT Mathématiques et chimie, Sorbonne Université. Further details.
29.05.2018 State of the basis in electronic structure theory, MathCCES lunch seminars, RWTH Aachen University. Further details.
09.12.2016 The design of the molsturm package, AK Kühne group seminar, Universtität Paderborn. Further details.
13.03.2015 Solving the Hartree-Fock equations using the finite element method, Theoretical chemistry informal seminars, University of Cambridge. Further details.

Scientific community

Oct 2017 Organising committee IWR school Mathematical methods for quantum chemistry. Further details.

Research visits

Feb 2019 Prof. Andreas Dreuw and Dr. Dirk Rehn, IWR, Heidelberg, 1 week.
May 2018 Prof. Benjamin Stamm, RWTH Aachen University, 3 days. Further details.
May 2018 Dr. James Avery, Niels-Bohr Institutet, Køpenhavns Universitet, 3 days.
May 2018 Prof. Jacob Kongsted, Syddansk Universitet Odense, 1 week.
May 2017 Dr. James Avery and Prof. Brian Vinter, Niels-Bohr Institutet, Køpenhavns Universitet, 6 weeks. Further details.
Dec 2016 Dr. Dirk Rehn and Dr. Jaime Rosal, Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, Stockholm, 3 days.
Nov 2016 Dr. James Avery, Datalogisk Institutet, Køpenhavns Universitet, 1 week.
Nov 2015 Dr. James Avery, Niels-Bohr Institutet, Køpenhavns Universitet, 3 weeks.


This is just a selection of my teaching activities. The full list is given under Teaching.

Jul 2018 20-day course about quantum chemistry at Deutsche SchülerAkademie (joint with Henrik Larsson). Further details.
Nov 2017 Week-long block course "Advanced bash scripting". Further details.
Aug 2016 3 days block course "Introduction to awk programming". Further details.
Jul 2016 20-day course about quantum chemistry at Deutsche SchülerAkademie (joint with Henrik Larsson). Further details.
Aug 2015 Week-long block course "Advanced bash scripting". Further details.

Scholarships and Awards

Nov 2018 DAAD travel funding for the molsturm talk in Paris
Jun 2018 – Dec 2018 HGS MathComp PostDoc fellowship
Jan 2014 – Dec 2016 HGS MathComp doctoral scholarship
Oct 2009 – Jun 2013 Cambridge European Trust