## About

Since October 2022, I am a postdoc at University of Regensburg in the group of Denis-Charles Cisinski. Before, I was a postoc at the Max Planck Institute of Mathematics in Bonn.

I did my PhD at EPFL, under the supervision of Jérôme Scherer and Kathryn Hess, and graduated in February 2021.

During the Spring semester 2020, I received a Doc.Mobility grant from the Swiss National Foundation and participated in the MSRI program *Higher categories and categorification* in Berkeley.

Before, I did my BSc and MSc in mathematics at EPFL and completed my master thesis at Johns Hopkins University, under the supervision of Emily Riehl.

## Research Interest

My research lies in the field of algebraic topology, and focuses on different aspects of higher category theory and homotopy theory.

I am in particular interested in the development of the theory of (∞,n)-categories and my current work on this topic is towards defining a notion of (∞,n)-limits. More generally, my recent projects are related to the study of the relations between enriched categories and internal categories and how a representation theorem for enriched categories can be better formulated in an internal setting. This notably involves Grothendieck constructions – also referred to as *straightening-unstraightening* in the ∞-setting. A list of my papers can be found at research.