Severin Mejak, PhD student
Severin is employed as a PhD student at the Department from 1st of November 2019, associated with the research group Algebra & Number Theory. His advisor is Asger Törnquist.
Severin is interested in descriptive set theory, in particular, he intends to focus on how games can be used in this research topic.
He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. His master thesis was in categorical logic. He was considering toposes as models of set theory; in particular, he studied equivalent formulations and sufficient conditions for satisfaction of various choice axioms in (nice) toposes.
During his master studies, he spent half a year as an exchange student at the University of Vienna, Austria.
You can find Severin in office 04.4.05