The best way to contact me is by sending me an email at urs.schreiber@gmail.com
Presently I am visiting professsor at the Eduard Čech Institute for Algebra, Geometry and Physics in Prague, in Prof. Vladimír Souček‘s group
I have my PhD in theoretical physics but have worked in math departments ever since. Have been a postdoc in maths and mathematical physics for four years at Hamburg University. Had then a few months of guest researcher position at HIM and then at MPI in Bonn. From 2009 to 2014 I had a postdoc position in Prof. Ieke Moerdijk’s group, first in Utrecht and then the group moved to Nijmegen in 2012. The end of 2014 I was a guest researcher at Paris-Diderot visiting Gabriel Catren’s group in a program on homotopy type theory and the foundations of physics.
My research is about mathematical theory building in theoretical fundamental physics. With Hisham Sati we have edited a survey book that should give a good sense of modern insights into the general abstract structure of the world:
Concretely the questions that I am thinking about myself are laid out a bit in my
I am writing a technical book about this question:
This is the kind of stuff that I am working on.
This spring I am teaching a seminar on
A list of notes prepared with seminars that I taught in the past is at this link:
A personal wiki with more information on my research, talks, students, teaching and other activity is here:
See specifically:
Here is the video recording of a sample research talk that I have given recently:
Fractures, Ideles and the Differential Hexagon, talk at CUNY workshop on differential cohomologies, New York, August 2014 (video recording)
I like to put information into context. For that purpose I had started the
in November 2008. It has now more than 11,000 pages (some very short, but some very long). In May 2015 the $n$Lab installation migrated from a server paid out of my pocket to a server hosted at Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, funded by Steve Awodey’s MURI grant for homotopy type theory research.
For more on what the $n$Lab is see also
me on: What is... the nLab?
Wikipedia on: nLab.
For more see my home pages
To the extent that it matters, my contributions to the nLab are copyrighted according to CC BY-SA 3.0.