I am interested in geometric topology, geometric group theory and dynamics. Topics I specifically studied include stable commutator length, which is a relative version of the Gromov-Thurston norm and dual to quasimorphisms, and mapping class groups of infinite-type surfaces (such as the plane minus a Cantor set, which occurs naturally in dynamics).
Here is my CV.
The letter "v" in my first name really stands for "ü", a missing vow in English, pronounced as in German. Simply call me Joe unless you are curious about the accurate pronunciation.
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