I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Analysis Group at Delft University of Technology, working with Bas Janssens. In 2019, I completed my PhD at the University of Leipzig, Germany, and the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, under the supervision of Gerd Rudolph.
I am on the job market for positions starting sometime in 2021.If you want to get in touch with me, write me an email to T.Diez@tudelft.nl.
I am interested in the mathematical aspects of classical and quantum field theories. Symmetries and their fascinating occurrence throughout physics are the prevalent theme of my research.
This translates into a broad spectrum of research interest:
- Infinite-dimensional symplectic manifolds with symmetries
- Moduli spaces of geometric structures
- Geometric quantization
- Representation theory of infinite-dimensional Lie groups
- Dynamics of infinite-dimensional Hamiltonian systems, especially in hydrodynamics and gauge theory
Postdoctoral fellow (Working with Bas Janssens)
Visiting Scholar (Working with Tudor Ratiu)
Visiting Scholar (Working with Johannes Huebschmann)
M.Sc. International Physics Studies Program
(supervised by Gerd Rudolph)