I am currently a Fellow in the Department of Mathematics.
I studied Mathematics at the TU Munich and Economics at UCL here in London. After that I joined the LSE to do my PhD in Mathematics which I completed in February 2019.
My research interests lie in Game Theory and connecting it to concepts from Information Theory. In particular, in my PhD thesis I investigated how the concept of entropy helps constructing strategies in a certain game set-up.
I enjoy teaching and had the pleasure to be a class teacher for Game Theory and Optimisation in the past years. This year I am teaching Game Theory (MA301) and Real Analysis (MA203) in Michaelmas Term, as well as Optimisation Theory (MA208) in Lent Term.
I am also organising this year's Women in Mathematics seminar series.