I hope students remember me as supportive in my role as MSc director for their time as a student here, as well as in my role as their personal advisor when pursuing a PhD or a career outside academia.

 

How would you summarise your research?

I'm working in the interface of model theory, a part of mathematical logic, and real algebraic geometry.

What do you think makes the School distinctive?

The School has a vast variety of disciplines equipped with strong and enthusiastic researchers.

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

One of the highlights in teaching is when students become engaged in the course material.

How do you make your teaching up-to-date, innovative and inspirational?

My courses are mainly delivered on a chalkboard (formerly called a blackboard) with supporting printed material. Chalkboard lectures generally have a very active and interactive character and allow me to tailor the presentation to the student’s needs.

How long have you been at the School? What keeps you there?

I came to the school 2007 and found an excellent environment for teaching and research.

How do you think students remember you?

I hope students remember me as supportive in my role as MSc director for their time as a student here, as well as in my role as their personal advisor when pursuing a PhD or a career outside academia.

 

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