I am a math student at TU Berlin and am fascinated by algebraic geometry. In particular, I like to learn about deformation theory, intersection theory and representation theory.

Currently, I am employed as a student-assistant at TU Berlin. Together with Sascha Timme and Paul Breiding from TU Berlin, I develop software that computes and certifies solutions of polynomial systems. This enables applications of numerical algorithms in formal proofs.

My master thesis I wrote under the supervision of Christian Haase from FU Berlin and Peter B├╝rgisser from TU Berlin on toric geometry. The novel result is a combinatorial description of those places at which toric varieties are particularly singular: the non-Gorenstein locus.


Kemal Rose

Email: kemalrose[at]t-online[dot]de