I'm a mathematician active in the fields of low-dimensional topology and knot theory. In particular, I'm interested in knot concordance and Khovanov-Rozansky homologies.
Since April 2019, I work as a Emmy Noether Independent Junior Research Group Leader
(funded by the DFG) at the University of Regensburg.
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How to contact me
During April and May 2023, I'm a guest of the FIM
at the ETH Zürich on invitation by Peter Feller
Come say hello at my office (HG G 42.2, Phone: +41 44 632 3597), or at the FIM tea Wednesdays from 3 to 4 pm in the Common Room.
Office hours / Sprechstunde:
Via Zoom or on campus
Appointment by email / Terminvereinbarung per Email
Office M226, Phone: +49 941 943 2990, theresa1.koller at ur.de
Where I've worked and studied so far
From August 2014 till February 2019 I was a postdoc working with Sebastian Baader at the Universität Bern.
From April 2013 till April 2014 I was a research associate working with Andrew Lobb at Durham University.
My PhD thesis titled Khovanov-Rozansky homologies, knotted weighted webs and the
slice genus was supervised by Christian Blanchet at the Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu. The defense took place on June 28th 2013.
My Bachelor and Master are from the ETH Zurich. My Master thesis
The Rasmussen Invariant of Arborescent and of Mutant Links
from April 2009 was supervised by Sebastian Baader.