Ryo Horiuchi, PhD student
Ryo Horiuchi is employed as a PhD student at MATH from June 2015, funded by Lars Hesselholt's Niels Bohr Professorship.
Ryo will be associated with the research groups Topology and Algebra & Number Theory. His PhD advisor is Lars Hesselholt.
Ryo’s research interests lie in homotopy theory. He will be studying topological Hochschild homology of semi-rings.
Ryo has his Master's degree from Nagoya University, Japan, with Lars Hesselholt as supervisor of his thesis. His master thesis was titled "Quasicategorifications and Subdivisions".
Ryo can be found in office 04.4.03.