University of Michigan, Department of Mathematics, Ann Arbor MI, USA: Associate Professor, since 2015.
University of Michigan, Department of Mathematics, Ann Arbor MI, USA: Assistant Professor, 2010-2015.
Harvard University, Department of Mathematics, Cambridge MA, USA: Benjamin Peirce Lecturer on Mathematics with the status of Assistant Professor, 2007-2010.
ETH Zurich, Department of Mathematics, Switzerland: Ph.D. 2007.
Geometric analysis, general relativity, analysis of (hyperbolic) partial differential equations, geometry, mathematical physics.
(2012) Preprint. “Convergence of Hawking Mass to Bondi Mass in Asymptotically Flat Spacetimes in General Relativity”.
(2012) Preprint. “Spacetimes with Non-Isotropic Mass in General Relativity”.
(2011) (with P. Chen and S.-T. Yau) “Null Asymptotics of Solutions of the Einstein-Maxwell Equa- tions in General Relativity and Gravitational Radiation”. Advances in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 15, 4, (2011). (Version of this article of November 2010: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1011.2267)
(2011) (with P. Chen and S.-T. Yau) “The Electromagnetic Christodoulou Memory Effect and its Application to Neutron Star Binary Mergers”. Submitted to Classical and Quantum Gravity. http://arxiv.org/abs/1110.0410
(2011) (with H. Nussbaumer) “Who discovered the expanding universe?” The Observatory. A Review of Astronomy. 131. no.1225. (2011). 394-398. Updated version of this article (2012): http://arxiv.org/pdf/1107.2281v2
(2010) “An Extension of the Stability Theorem of the Minkowski Space in General Relativity.” Journal of Differential Geometry. 86. no.1. (2010). 17-70. (Submitted 12/30/2008). http://arxiv.org/abs/0904.0620
(2009) (with H. Nussbaumer) “Discovering the Expanding Universe”, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. Book of 220 pages. For broader audience. (2nd print 2010.) (3rd print planned for 2012.) ISBN 978-0-521-51484-2.
(2007) “An Extension of the Stability Theorem of the Minkowski Space in General Relativity.” Ph.D.thesis. ETH Zu ̈rich. No. 17178. 300 pages.