Malte Leip, PhD student at SYM
Malte Leip was employed as a PhD student from 1 October 2017 at the Department for Mathematical Sciences, where he will work with the Center for Symmetry and Deformation.
Malte's interests lie in homotopy theory, particularly where homotopy theory and algebra meet in the form of higher algebra. His PhD project has a working title of "Topological Hochschild Homology of Log Schemes" and is advised by Lars Hesselholt and Jesper Grodal.
Previously, Malte studied at the University of Bonn, where he obtained both his bachelor's degree, with a bachelor's thesis supervised by Stefan Schwede, as well as his master's degree. His master's thesis was entitled "Relative Calabi-Yau Structures over Commutative Ring Spectra" and advised by Tobias Dyckerhoff.
You can find Malte in office 04.0.04