I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Theoretical Physics of University of Heidelberg, working with Prof. Maurits W. Haverkort. Before coming to Heidelberg, I obtained my Ph.D. in the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research under the supervision of Prof. Bernhard Keimer. The main part of my research is developing theoretical and experimental methods for studying strongly correlated systems, with an emphasis on (x-ray) spectroscopy. Details can be found in my PhD thesis. You can also check out my CV.
I am also part of the team behind the quantum many-body computation package Quanty. Quanty is a script language which allows the user to straightforwardly model and solve quantum many-body problems with little programming knowledge.