Personal website of Alvin Šipraga.
I am an embedded firmware engineer at Airtame since 2017.
I was a mathematics student at the University of Copenhagen until August
2015. Before that, I was at the University of Bath. After doing
some stuff at the University of
Vienna, I then worked at
I wrote my Master's thesis—entitled The Nash problem—between February and July 2015, in which I studied the theory of arc spaces and the so-called Nash problem on singular varieties. I successfully defended on the 28th of August 2015, which involved some brief presentation slides.
In 2013 I did a project on convex analysis as part of my final year at Bath, the results of which can be found below:
In November 2013 I gave more or less the same presentation to the KU mathematics student colloquium.
During the summer of 2012 I worked on a research project at the University of Bath Department of Computer Science in the area of proof theory. It was under the supervision of Anupam Das and Alessio Guglielmi. I wrote some software as part of it, and also a paper discussing the results and method.
In December 2012 I delivered a presentation (printable version) discussing the project and its findings to the Mathematical foundations of computation group at Bath.
I maintain the following websites and webpages:
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2018-05-21: GPG key transition statement