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I am a postdoctoral researcher at the mathematics department of the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada, where I am working together with Liam Watson. This summer, I will be moving with him to UBC, Vancouver.
My email address is my name (claudius.zibrowius) followed by @posteo.net. My public PGP-key is available here.
In early 2017, I finished my PhD under the supervision of Jake Rasmussen at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) at the University of Cambridge. Afterwards, until June 2017, I was based at the Isaac Newton Institute where I participated in the programme Homology Theories in Low Dimensional Topology.
Before my PhD, I did Part III of the Mathematical Tripos at Cambridge. I wrote my Part III Essay under the supervision of Jake Rasmussen about Khovanov homology and Lipshitz and Sarkar's construction of a Khovanov homotopy type. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Duisburg-Essen in 2012.
A more detailed CV can be found here.
I am interested in Heegaard Floer theories, in particular link Floer homology and its generalisations to tangles, which I study using bordered (sutured) Heegaard Floer homology and its relationship with Fukaya categories of surfaces. My research statement can be found here.
A talk that I recently gave at the Issac Newton Institute about my current research can be watched here.
The first two programs are licensed under AGPLv3. Manuals can be found in my thesis, see appendices C and D, respectively.
In May 2018, I co-organized the workshop Perspectives on bordered Heegaard Floer theory .
I used to be the organizer of the weekly Junior Geometry Seminar in Cambridge, called Geometry Tea. See here for up-to-date infos.
During my time in Cambridge, I was based at Trinity Hall and I was a member of the Trinity Hall Chapel Choir (THCC). In 2014, we recorded our debut CD in Brittany. In April 2016, we recorded music by Henry Purcell, which is now available here and at any decent CD shop.
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