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I am a postdoc at the University of Jyväskylä working on different topics in geometric measure theory and geometric function theory.

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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Find two triangles of longest side length 25?
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answered Modulus of of continuity of a convolution operator with respect to Wasserstein metric
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26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there an interesting species whose generating function gives the zigzag numbers?
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4
reviewed No Action Needed Submission of papers to ArXiv or similar
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awarded  Yearling
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reviewed No Action Needed What kind of probability distribution maximizes the average distance between two points?
Dec
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Proving that Brownian motion has no points of increase
Dec
3
awarded  Custodian
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30
reviewed Reviewed A subgroup intersects conjugacy class of every prime power order element
Nov
28
answered Metric-space with a ball inside a smaller ball
Nov
28
reviewed Reviewed Metric-space with a ball inside a smaller ball
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28
awarded  Custodian
Nov
28
reviewed No Action Needed How did Riemann calculate the first few non-trivial zeros of Zeta?
Nov
27
awarded  Student
Nov
27
asked Are planar Lipschitz curves countable unions of graphs?
Nov
27
awarded  Informed
Nov
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How many ways we have to prove that a topologically (or analytically) nice mapping is injective?
Nov
14
comment Is there a function defined on real numbers which is continuous from the left, but not from the right, everywhere
Nice argument. It is simple and gives the optimal result.
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
14
comment Is there a function defined on real numbers which is continuous from the left, but not from the right, everywhere
I did not think about the measurability too much, but you could consider for instance functions $F(x) = \sup_{\delta \in (0,\delta_n)\cap \mathbb{Q}}|f(x)-f(x-\delta)|$ which are measurable as countable supremum of measurable functions.