Mihajlo Cekić I am an SNF Ambizione Fellow at University of Zurich. Previously, I was a PhD student at Trinity College, University of Cambridge; postdoc at the Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics, Bonn, and at University of Paris-Saclay. My PhD supervisor was Gabriel Paternain.

My research interests lie in Geometric Inverse Problems, most notably the Calderón problem and the related X-ray transforms, as well as hyperbolic dynamics and Pollicott-Ruelle resonances, Ruelle zeta functions, and eigenfunction concentration.

For a video of me giving a talk on the topic of eigenfunction concentration, click here.

My partner Danica Kosanović is a mathematician at ETH.


Upcoming and Recent Talks


23.09.2021 International Inverse Problems Seminar (online)
11.10.2021 Special Semester on Tomography Across the Scales: a Prequel, Linz (hybrid)
28.10.2021 Seminar on PDEs and Mathematical Physics, Zurich (in person)
22.11.2021 Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems Seminar, Zurich (in person)
17-21.1.2022 Minisymposium on Inverse Problems at the Congress of RSME, Ciudad Real
27.1.2022 Geometric Analysis Seminar, IIT Bombay (online)
2.2.2022 Leeds Geometry Seminar (online)
7-11.3.2022 Geometric Inverse Problems and Dynamical Systems, Roscoff