Niels Martin Møller

Niels Martin Møller

Associate Professor of Mathematics
GeoTop - Copenhagen Center of Geometry and Topology
Department of Mathematical Sciences (MATH), H.C. Ørsted Institute at SCIENCE
University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 5, DK-2100 Denmark
Email: nmoller[Q]math[,]ku[,]dk | Office: Room 04.4.14.
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Welcome to my page at University of Copenhagen, where I am an Associate Professor of Mathematics, working on geometry and partial differential equations. I received my PhD degree in Mathematics from MIT and was subsequently employed as Instructor at Princeton University. I'm a cofounding member of GeoTop - The Copenhagen Centre for Geometry and Topology, a large initiative starting in 2020, via funding from the Danish National Research Foundation's centers of excellence program. I'm also an Associate Member of the QMATH center.

In 2017, I was selected as one of 7 new members across Danish sciences & humanities to join the "Young Academy" under the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters [Member Profiles at The Young Academy], and Feb 2021 elected Vice-Chairman, resulting in many activities in outreach and science policy.

Members of my research group at U Copenhagen, whom I mentor/supervise, funded by the DNRF, DFF-Sapere Aude, MATH/UCPH (ordered by date of hire, updated 11/2021):
- Jingxuan Zhang (PhD student)
- Ali Jabbar Muhammad (PhD student)
- John Man Shun Ma (Postdoc)
Past group members:
- Alexander Friedrich (Postdoc, 2019-2021)
- Felix Lubbe (Postdoc, 2019-2021)]
- Francesco Chini (PhD, 2/2020) [F. Chini's doctoral thesis (.PDF)]

We're hiring at MATH, U Copenhagen:
[Postdoc positions] [PhD stipends] [GeoTop jobs]
--> Deadline: November 17th, 2021 (for both Postdoc and PhD fellowships).
Some YouTube videos of recent lectures from a school given at the 4th Geometric Analysis Festival (South Korea, October 2021): Courses in differential geometry, Riemannian geometry and partial differential equations at U Copenhagen: Some events that I've (helped) organize and/or fund: For those interested in geometric analysis, there now is a community facebook page - many more activities in the field worldwide are posted there:
Geometric Analysis: Past, Present and Future

If you're looking for mathematics for a wider audience, visit this subpage:
Mathematics at MIT
Mathematics at Princeton
Mathematics at ICTP
MSRI at UC Berkeley
MATH at U Copenhagen
GeoTop - The Copenhagen Centre for Geometry and Topology