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I am spending two years in York, founded by a Marie Curie Fellowship, starting 2019.
I did my PhD at University of Szeged, Hungary, in 2016. Since then, I've held a postdoctoral fellowship at University of Porto, Portugal, and a junior lectureship at University of Szeged, from which I am on a payless leave while working in York.
Most of my research experience is within semigroup theory and its applications. I am particularly interested in projects involving more than one area of mathematics and have recently developed an interest in geometric group theory.