Niels Martin Møller

Niels Martin Møller

Department of Mathematical Sciences
University of Copenhagen, H.C. Ørsted Institute
Universitetsparken 5, Copenhagen, DK-2100 Denmark
Office: Room 04.1.20.
Email: nmoller[Q]math[,]ku[,]dk
URL: http://web.math.ku.dk/~nmoller | KU profile page

I am currently a Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Copenhagen. I received my PhD degree from MIT in 2012 with Prof. T.H. Colding. I was then 2012-2015 employed as Instructor at Princeton, and then in 2015-16 as the Shiing-Shen Chern Senior Postdoc at ICTP, and a member of MSRI at UC Berkeley, California. In June 2017, I was selected as one of 7 new members from sciences & humanities to join the "Young Academy" under the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters [Member Profiles at The Young Academy].

I work in geometric analysis, where differential geometry and topology meet nonlinear partial differential equations, and in mathematical physics. At present primarily minimal surface theory, and applications of techniques from that on singularities and solitons in curvature flows. Other related interests include calculus of variations, conformal and Kähler geometry, theory for quantum computers and quantum fields/strings, spectral theory for Schrödinger operators, and applications of representation theory for Lie groups.

More details here: [Brief CV].

Some links related to my research: Upcoming and recent events:
MATH at U Copenhagen
MSRI at UC Berkeley
Mathematics at ICTP
Mathematics at Princeton
Mathematics at MIT