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Math Planck People

Research at MPI MiS is as diverse and multifaceted as the people who pursue it. Our Math Planck People portrait series gives a face to our research and introduces the personalities that make up our institute - our scientists & staff.

Portrait of Lisa Seccia next to the Math Planck People logo
Math Planck People
Aug 9, 2023

Lisa Seccia

The most recent addition to our Math Planck People is postdoc Lisa Seccia. Lisa is researching Combinatorial, Computational, and Pure Commutative Algebra in the Nonlinear Algebra Group.
Math Planck People
Jul 26, 2023

Alessio Borzì

Alessio Borzì is a recent postdoc in the Nonlinear Algebra group and the latest individual to reveal their academic journey and interests in our Math Planck People series.
Math Planck People
Jul 10, 2023

Renata Possobon

Meet the latest addition to our Math Planck People roster: Renata Possobon. She is currently a PhD student in Jürgen Jost's Dynamical Systems Group and shares a closer glimpse into her academic pursuits in our portrait.
Math Planck People
Jun 6, 2023

Sam G. Krupa

We are happy to introduce the next face of our Math Planck People series featuring the brilliant minds that make up our institute – our scientists. Sam G. Krupa is a postdoc in the group of László Székelyhidi. In this personal portrait, he gives an insight into his life and research.
Math Planck People
Apr 12, 2023

Leonie Kayser

Research at our Institute is as diverse and multifaceted as the people who pursue it. Our new portrait series puts a face to the research topics and introduces the personalities that make up our institute – our scientists. It is our pleasure to introduce the first face of Math Planck People: Leonie Kayser.