I am a Lecturer at the School of Mathematics of the University of Birmingham. Before that, I was an Assistant Professor (Akademischer Rat auf Zeit) at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Bonn, where I completed my Habil. in 2017. I obtained my Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2012 under the supervision of Michael Christ, and before that I graduated from the University of Porto in 2006 with a B.Sc. in Mathematics.

I am very broadly interested in mathematical analysis. My research focuses on harmonic analysis with special emphasis on sharp inequalities, oscillatory integrals and restriction theory for the Fourier transform. More recently I became interested in uncertainty principles and nonlinear Fourier analysis.

I was recently awarded an EPSRC New Investigator Award for the project "Sharp Fourier Restriction Theory", and am now recruiting a postdoctoral researcher. Applications are welcome from candidates with a background in any aspect of pure mathematical analysis. Research experience or interest in one of the following areas is particularly helpful: dispersive PDE, oscillatory integrals, Fourier restriction theory, sharp inequalities. The starting date will be 1 October 2019, or soon thereafter. For full details and in order to apply (deadline: 20 August 2019), please visit this link.

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