Rainer Sinn is currently a junior professor at Freie Universität Berlin. He completed his PhD at the Universität Konstanz in 2014 under the supervision of Claus Scheiderer and was a postdoc at Georgia Tech and in the Nonlinear Algebra group at MPI MiS.
His research is in real algebraic geometry and applications, for instance to statistics and discrete geometry. Algebraic methods are excellent for studying structural parameters and the existence of solutions. And real algebraic methods make this really useful.
June 28, 2019