This is a recollection of my mathematical work, including my publications, talks and teaching activities.

The main building of Mansfield College, Oxford, at night.

## Preprints

Rigidity and Schofield's partial tilting conjecture for quiver moduli - with P. Belmans, A. Brecan, H. Franzen and M. Reineke - arXiv:2311.17003

## Talks

Introduction to GIT - Invited speaker at PhD Seminar, June 29th, 2023 - Universität Freiburg, Germany - talk notes.

## Seminars

Fall 2023: I attend the internal algebraic geometry seminar in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg. The seminar is focused on moduli spaces of vector bundles on curves.

Spring 2023: I attended the internal algebraic geometry seminar in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg. The seminar was focused on reading and commenting parts of the book of Daniel Huybrechts on cubic hypersurfaces.

Fall 2022: I attended the Derived Geometry Seminar, an internal seminar in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Luxembourg. This was a weekly meeting where one person would present part of the notes of Pridham about derived geometry.

## Teaching

Fall 2023: I was an assistant teacher for Algèbre, a course for 2nd year Bachelor Students on rings, fields and Galois theory, given by Pieter Belmans.

Fall 2023: I was an assistant teacher for Linear Algebra, given by Antonella Perucca. I organized classroom schedules, prepared midterm and exam questions and coordinated the TAs.

Spring 2023: I graded weekly homework for Cryptography, a course for 2nd year Bachelor students on finite field arithmetics, cryptography schemes and error-correcting code, given by Pieter Belmans.

Spring 2023: I cosupervised a Bachelor Thesis on Lie Algebras with Pieter Belmans.

Spring 2023: I supervised a reading project in Algebraic Topology for a 3rd year Bachelor student.

Spring 2023: I cosupervised an Experimental Mathematics Laboratory project with Gabor Wiese.

Fall 2022: I was an assistant teacher for Algèbre, a course for 2nd year Bachelor Students on rings, fields and Galois theory, given by Pieter Belmans.

Fall 2022: I cosupervised an Experimental Mathematics Laboratory project with Gabor Wiese.