I am a PhD student under supervision of Ben Moonen. My main interest lies in algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory. I am funded by NWO project 613.001.207 (Arithmetic and motivic aspects of the Kuga–Satake construction).
Current research topics include: Hodge theory, Galois representations, motives, Mumford–Tate conjecture, periods.
@: | j.commelin (funny symbol) math.ru.nl |
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P: | +31 (0)24 365 2865 |
A: | HG 03.724 Huygensgebouw Heyendaalseweg 135 6525 AJ Nijmegen |
Seminar | Semester |
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Motivic Homotopy Theory Seminar (with Joost Nuiten) | Spring 2015 |
Local Langlands Microsymposium (with Milan Lopuhaä) | 27 January 2015 |
Local Langlands Seminar (with Milan Lopuhaä) | Autumn 2014 |
PhD Colloquium | Spring 2014 – now |
Basic Notions Reading Group | Autumn 2013 |
As teaching assistant in Nijmegen:
Course | Semester |
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Algebraic Topology 2 | Spring 2016 |
Introduction to Algebraic Curves | Autumn 2015 |
Calculus 3&4 | Spring 2015 |
Abelian Varieties | Autumn 2014 |
Rings and Fields | Spring 2014 |
As teaching assistant in Leiden:
Course | Semester |
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Algebra 1 | Spring 2013 |
Algebra 3 | Spring 2013 |
Seminar on Commutative Algebra | Spring 2012 |
Algebra 1 | Spring 2012 |
Projective Geometry | Spring 2012 |
Analysis 3 (physics) | Autumn 2011 |
I wrote my master's thesis, titled Algebraic cycles, Chow motives, and L-functions, in the spring of 2013 under the supervision of Robin de Jong.
I wrote my bachelor's thesis, titled Tannaka Duality for Finite Groups, in the spring of 2011 under the supervision of Lenny Taelman.