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Universität Wien

Institut für Mathematik

Kurt Gödel Research Center

Augasse 2-6, UZA 1 – Building 2

1090 Wien

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I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Kurt Gödel Research Center, which is part of the Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Vienna. I am working in Benjamin Miller's team.

My research interests are mostly Ramsey theory, functional anaylsis (especially Banach-space geometry), and set theory (especially determinacy and descriptive set theory).

I am launching a project aiming to create a database of classical and exotic Banach spaces. See this document for more information. This is a collective project, please contact me if you want to contribute!

I did my Ph.D. in the mathematical logic team of the IMJ-PRG, at the University Paris Diderot. My supervisor was Stevo Todorcevic. The title of my thesis is "Ramsey theory without pigeonhole principle and applications to the proof of Banach-space dichotomies"; I defended it on June 28, 2018. The manuscript is available here (only the short introduction is in French; you will find a short summary in English on page 3).

In France, Ph.D. thesis manuscripts are peer-reviewed. Here are the reports of the referees:

- Étienne Matheron's report (in French);
- Christian Rosendal's report.

- Spectral-free methods in the theory of hereditarily indecomposable Banach spaces, preprint.
- Ramsey theory without pigeonhole principle and the adversarial Ramsey principle, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 373 (2020), no. 7, 5025–5056.

You will find here links to the slides and videos of some of my talks. To avoid repetition, this list is not comprehensive, but it is representative of all of my talks (apart from non-filmed board talks, of course).

*Isometrically homogeneous Banach spaces*, talk presented during the*Winter School in Abstract Analysis, section Analysis*(Svratka, Czech Republic) in January 2020: slides.*An abstract formalism for strategical Ramsey theory*, talk presented during the workshop*Unifying Themes in Ramsey Theory*at the*Banff International Research Station for Mathematical Innovation and Discovery*(Banff, Canada) in November 2018: slides and video.*Hilbert-avoiding dichotomies and ergodicity*, talk presented during the*Second Brazilian Workshop in Geometry of Banach Spaces*(Ubatuba, Brazil) in August 2018: slides.*How to classify things*, talk presented at the*Inria's Junior Seminar*(Paris) in March 2018: slides.*Approximate Gowers spaces*, talk presented during the*Winter School in Abstract Analysis, section Set Theory & Topology*(Hejnice, Czech Republic) in January 2018: slides.*Ramsey theory with and without pigeonhole principle*, talk presented during the workshop*Set Theory and its Applications in Topology*at the*Casa Matemática Oaxaca*in September 2016: slides and video.*Ramsey determinacy of adversarial Gowers games*, talk presented during the meeting*Descriptive Set Theory in Paris*in December 2015: slides.*Ramsey determinacy of adversarial Gowers games*, talk presented during the semester programme*Mathematical, Foundational and Computational Aspects of the Higher Infinite*at the*Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences*in Cambridge, in October 2015: video.

I am currently not teaching. You will find below a list of my previous teaching duties.

**In 2018–2019**, I was an *Attaché Temporaire d'Enseignement et de Recherche* (assistant professor) at the University Paris Diderot. I taught the following:

- Exercises sessions in elementary algebra and calculus, for first-year students in chemistry. The corresponding lecture was taught by Zoé Mesnil.
- A refresher course in mathematics for first-year students at the EIDD
*(Denis Diderot Engineering School)*. - Weekly oral tests in elementary algebra and calculus, for first-year students in mathematics and computer science.

**From September 2015 to August 2018**, I was a *moniteur* (teaching assistant) at the Department of Mathematics and Applications of the École normale supérieure in Paris. I taught exercise sessions in mathematical logic. My exercise sheets (in French) are available on this page.