Curriculum Vitae

Academic Employment


Awards, Grants and Honours

  • SFB, DFG, Heidelberg, Germany. 330.000 EUR. “Symplectic Dynamics in celestial mechanics and billiards”, to fund a PhD student, and a postdoc, with Peter Albers, Umberto Hrynewicz.
  • 2022, EP Project, STRUCTURES, Heidelberg, Germany. 60.000 EUR. “Numerics and visualization in the three-body problem”, with Peter Albers, Filip Sadlo.
  • 2022, Early-career AMS-NSF-Simons-ICM Travel Grant, USA, 3500 USD, split as 1,500 USD for travel money, plus a Kovalevskaya Grant of 2000 USD for local expenses. To participate in the ICM in Russia. Note: cancelled after ICM moved online.
  • 2021-2023, Postdoctoral Membership, Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton, NJ, USA, 150.000 USD. Two-year membership at IAS, to work with Helmut Hofer, and participate in the special year on the h-Principle and Flexibility in Geometry and PDEs, organized by Camillo De Lellis (IAS), Kai Cieliebak (Augsburg), Yasha Eliashberg (Standford) and László Székelyhidi Jr (Leipzig).
  • 2020, Junior Fellowship at Institut Mittag-Leffler, Stockholm, Sweden, 60.000 SEK ~ 7.000 USD. A full stipend to carry independent research for three months, and participate in the worskshop “Knots, Strings, Symplectic Geometry and Dualities”, organized by Vivek Shende (UC Berkeley) and Tobias Ekholm (Uppsala). I produced 5 papers during my stay, and taught a mini-course.
  • 2016, HU Research Fellowship, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 54.000 EUR.
  • 2016, Berlin Mathematical School Scholarship, Berlin Mathematical School, Berlin, Germany.
  • 2015, Mittag-Leffler Institute Grant, Djursholm, Sweden, to participate in the Symplectic Geometry and Topology Workshop, 15.000 SEK ~ 1500 USD.
  • 2014, John Hawkes Scholarship. University College London, London, UK, 23.700 GBP, to cover overseas costs of PhD, combined with full studentship at UCL.
  • 2014, Award for student excellency (aka Tripos Prize). Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, monetary stimulus for my distinguished performance in Part III of the Mathematical Tripos.
  • 2014, Trinity College Scholarship. Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 20.000 GBP Overseas Bursary for overseas cost.
  • 2013, Santander Scholarship. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, 10.000 GBP for living expenses.




  • 2022-current, MatsciNet reviewer, American Mathematical Society.

Further skills

  • Programming: C++, Pascal, LaTex.
  • Languages:
  • Spanish: Mother Tongue.
  • English: Native use of language.
  • German: B2 level.
  • French: very basic.
  • Portuguese: very basic.
  • Italian: can understand it.
  • Swedish: learning. Well, not really. Did some Duolingo trees.