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I am currently looking for a job in academia, starting in autumn/fall 2020.
My email address is my name (claudius.zibrowius) followed by @posteo.net. My public PGP-key is available here.
I finished my PhD in early 2017 under the supervision of Jake Rasmussen at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) of 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. I subsequently moved to the University of Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada, to work with Liam Watson, before following him to UBC.
In May 2018, I co-organized the workshop Perspectives on bordered Heegaard Floer theory . Together with Krishanu Sankar, I also organized the topology session of the CMS Winter meeting 2018 in Vancouver.
A more detailed CV can be found here.
My research focuses on local versions of Heegaard Floer theories and categorifications of quantum invariants, in particular bordered (sutured) Heegaard Floer theory and Bar-Natan's generalizations of Khovanov homology to tangles. An important tool in my work which binds these two types of invariants together is their relationship with Fukaya categories of surfaces. My research statement (from 2016) can be found here. An updated version is available on request.
Doktor- und Masterarbeit
University of British Columbia
Université de Sherbrooke
University of Cambridge (supervisions only)
I have written a guide about how to run a website on a raspberry pi. You can read it here.
During my time in Cambridge, I organized the weekly Junior Geometry Seminar, called Geometry Tea. See here for up-to-date infos. Also, 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 2016, we recorded music by Henry Purcell, which is now available here and at any decent CD shop.
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