New Starter Arno Fehm
Welcoming Arno Fehm as a Lecturer in Pure Mathematics
We caught up with Arno Fehm, who began his position within the School of Mathematics in March 2016, as a Lecturer in Pure Mathematics.
Hi Arno, welcome to Manchester! We hope you’re settling in to your new role. You’ve been with us for a couple of weeks so far, what’s been your favourite aspect of the job so far?
Thanks! I’ve really enjoyed getting in touch with the various research groups at the School of Mathematics.
Fantastic, and where were you before moving to Manchester?
I was an Assistant Professor at The University of Konstanz, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany for five years. Before that, I worked as a Postdoc at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My PhD was focussed on the model theory of large fields of algebraic numbers and I received it from Tel Aviv University in Israel in 2010.
Wow, so you've made quite a transition to Manchester! What’s your favourite thing about the city so far?
What I love about Manchester is that it has a really vibrant cultural life, especially the orchestra and chamber music concerts. Oh, and the amazing train connection to the airport!
We wish Arno the very best of luck in his new role. If you need to contact Arno, you can do so here.