Pronunciation: [ˈmilɑn loʷpuˈɦaʔa ˈzʋakəmbɛrχ]
I am a postdoc at the FMT group, working on the CAESAR project under Mariëlle Stoelinga. My research focuses on mathematical properties of privacy, security and safety metrics and their applications. In particular I have studied differential privacy and its applications in data aggregation, machine learning, and distributed computing. My current research is on metrics for attack trees.
In the past I have also done research on comparative Indo-European linguistics, especially Albanian, and arithmetic algebraic geometry. My PhD thesis was on moduli spaces of abelian varieties.
PhD Thesis (2018): Moduli of abelian varieties via linear algebraic groups
MSc Thesis (2014): Pink's conjecture on semiabelian varieties
BA Thesis (2012): Nasaalpresentia in het Albanees
BSc Thesis (2011): Field topologies on algebraic extensions of finite fields
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In the press
- http://www.radioswammerdam.nl/category/2020-2021/ (16 maart) A radio interview, together with Arjen Versloot, on historical linguistics (in Dutch), on Radio Swammerdam
- http://www.nieuwarchief.nl/serie5/pdf/naw5-2018-19-4-295.pdf An article about the Linguistic Olympiad (in Dutch) in Nieuw Archief voor Wiskunde