I'm currently a postdoctoral researcher with Ivan Nourdin at the Mathematics Research Unit of the Université du Luxembourg.

Some of my current research interests are the Fourth Moment Phenomenon, Malliavin calculus and Stein's method (see the dedicated webpage by Ivan Nourdin), limit theorems, Markov diffusion operators, spherical random fields and their cosmological applications, Dirichlet forms and free probability theory.

Last update: 2016-07-13

Short curriculum vitae

since 2016:
Postdoctoral researcher, Université du Luxembourg
research group of Ivan Nourdin

2014-2016
Postdoctoral researcher, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
research group of Domenico Marinucci

2010-2014:
PhD in mathematics, Université du Luxembourg
Advisor: Giovanni Peccati
Thesis: Optimal rates, Fourth Moment Theorems and non-linear functionals of Brownian local times

2010:
Diploma in mathematics, Technische Universität Dortmund
Advisor: Michael Voit
Thesis: The Beibel-Lerche approach for optimal stopping (in German)

A complete cv is available upon request

Publications

Fourth Moment Theorems for complex Gaussian approximation
submitted (2015)
arXiv

Multivariate Gaussian approximations on Markov chaoses, with Ivan Nourdin, Giovanni Peccati and Guillaume Poly
Electron. Commun. Probab. 21, paper no. 48, 9 pp, 2016
arXiv   published version

Approximate Normality of High-Energy Hyperspherical Eigenfunctions, with Domenico Marinucci and Maurizia Rossi
submitted (2015)
arXiv

A limit theorem for moments in space of the increments of Brownian local time
to appear in the Annals of Probability (2015+)
arXiv

Fourth Moment Theorems for Markov Diffusion Generators, with Ehsan Azmoodeh and Guillaume Poly
Journal of Functional Analysis 226 (4), 2341-2359, 2014
arXiv   published version

Optimal Convergence Rates and One-Term Edgeworth Expansions for Multidimensional Functionals of Gaussian Fields
ALEA 10 (2), 881-919, 2013
arXiv   published version

Slides

Complex Fourth Moment Theorems
GRK 2131 opening workshop, Bochum, November 2015
download

Contact

Email:
substitute firstname and lastname with my first and last name, respectively
firstname@lastname.de (preferred)
firstname.lastname@uni.lu (will likely expire once my postdoc is over)

Phone:
+352 46 66 44 9812

Fax:
+352 46 66 44 39812

Office:
G116

Postal address:
Université du Luxembourg
FSTC / UR Math.
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
1359 Luxembourg
Luxembourg