Pronunciation: [ˈmilɑn loʷpuˈɦaʔa ˈzʋakəmbɛrχ]
I am an assistant professor 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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Courses Academic Year 2022/2023
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