About me

I am a Postdoc at the Zuse Institute Berlin, working in the department for AI in Society, Science, and Technology. As head of the QMath (Quantum Mathematics: Algorithmic Design, Tensor Methods and High-Dimensional Optimization) group, my main focus lies on the development and application of quantum- and tensor-based methods. 

Besides my work on tensor decompositions, I am also interested in various topics in the fields of

  • machine learning and data-driven methods, 
  • kernel-based techniques,
  • dynamical systems and transfer operators,
  • catalytic systems and chemical reaction networks,
  • quantum mechanics, especially quantum computing and simulation.

I received my diploma in 2013 and defended my PhD thesis in 2017. Since then I have been working in different projects on complex dynamical systems, transfer operator theory, and quantum computation. The developed methods and considered examples in my publications are implemented in the publicly available toolbox Scikit-TT.