Current research

I am interested in quantitative descriptions of living systems, combined with theoretical insight into the principles that make these systems tick. My on-going work includes research on:

  • Optimal strategies of biological organisms in complex environments (with Vijay Balasubramanian)
  • Theory of curious exploration in complex environments
  • Development of analysis methods to reveal low-dimensional structures in data of large, undersampled biological networks (with Ilya Nemenman)
  • Biomechanical generation of behaviour in simple organisms (with Mirna Kramar, Michael Wilczek and Karen Alim)

Gravity, String Theory and Automorphic Functions

Prior to entering research in Biophysics at the end of 2016, I was working in the field of theoretical High Energy Physics. More precisely, I was working on research problems related to Gravity, String Theory and the mathematical theory of Automorphic Functions and I have extensively published on these topics (see my publications). I have also co-authored a book on the topic of “Eisenstein Series and Automorphic Representations’’, providing a survey of this vast subject with a focus on applications in String Theory. The book has been published by Cambridge University Press in July 2018.