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**Personal data**

- Name: Sabine Bögli
- Swiss Citizen
- Languages: German (native), English (advanced), French (advanced), Italian (basic)
- Current contact details:

Office: Room 6M29 (floor 6M)

Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London, Huxley Building, 180 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 2AZ, UK

Email: s.boegli (at) imperial.ac.uk

**Employment**

**From 09/2019**Assistant Professor, Durham University**09/2018-08/2019**Chapman Fellow, Imperial College London**10/2016-09/2018**Postdoctoral research fellow, Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) Munich

In German the position is called*Akademische Rätin auf Zeit***02-9/2016**Postdoctoral research fellow, Imperial College London

Funded by an*Early Postdoc Mobility*fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation (second half)**05/2015-01/2016**Postdoctoral research fellow, Cardiff University

Funded by an*Early Postdoc Mobility*fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation (first half)**01-04/2015**Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Bern**03/2012-12/2014**Ph.D. student & teaching assistant, University of Bern**09/2009-02/2012**Teaching assistant, University of Bern

**Qualifications**

**12/2014**Ph.D. in mathematics, University of Bern (summa cum laude)

Thesis*Spectral approximation for linear operators and applications*

Supervised by Christiane Tretter**02/2012**Master in mathematics, University of Bern (summa cum laude)

Thesis*Resolvent convergence for unbounded linear operators*

**08-12/2011**Erasmus semester at University of Glasgow**11/2010**Bachelor in mathematics, University of Bern (insigni cum laude)

Thesis*Hardy und Hardy-Littlewood Ungleichung mit Anwendungen*

Minor in physics (90 ECTS)

Extracurricular minor in computer science (15 ECTS)**06/2007**Matura, Seeland Gymnasium Biel/Bienne

**Fellowships and Prizes**

- Chapman fellowship of the Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London

Two years fellowship with half teaching load *Early Postdoc.Mobility*fellowship of the Swiss National Science Foundation

18 months fellowship, research only*Faculty Prize*for Ph.D. thesis awarded by the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Bern

Best thesis of the year in the fields of mathematics / statistics / computer science*Faculty Prize*for Master’s thesis awarded by the Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Bern

Best thesis of the year in the fields of mathematics / statistics / computer science

**Travel Grants**

*Mittag-Leffler Postdoc Fellowship*for Programme*Spectral Methods in Mathematical Physics*, Mittag-Leffler Institute Stockholm (Spring 2019)*LMUmentoring Programme*2018 beneficiary

Personal coaching and travel support (GAMM annual meeting at TU Munich, March 2018 and IMSE conference at University of Brighton, July 2018) for promising young researchers at LMU Munich*LMUexcellent Travel Grant*for participation at the SIAM Conference on Computations Science and Engineering, Atlanta (February 2017)

Grant for the most promising postdocs at LMU Munich

**Teaching experience**

*At Imperial (10/2018-08/2019)*: Lecturing third/fourth year module Fourier analysis and theory of distributions.

Personal tutoring: Personal tutor for six undergraduate students.*At Munich (10/2016-09/2018)*: Writing exercise sheets with solutions, hiring and supervising advanced students for the marking of exercise sheets, designing and marking exams, presenting solutions to all students, tutorials for small groups of students.

Courses: Functional analysis (2 times), Numerical analysis (2 times).

Occusional replacements in lectures (200-300 students), course: Numerical analysis.*At Bern (09/2009-04/2015)*: Writing and marking exercise sheets, marking exams, tutorials for small groups of students.

Courses: Functional analysis (also open to MSc students), Ordinary differential equations (also open to MSc students), Analysis 1, Analysis 2, Analysis 3 (3 times), Analysis 4 (2 times), Differential geometry, Mathematics for natural sciences.

Tutor of master students seminar on Spetra and pseudospectra of matrices and operators (09/2013-02/2014).

Occasional replacements in lectures (30-160 students), courses: Analysis 1-4, Linear algebra 2.

Co-organisation of Graduate Colloquium of the Swiss Doctoral Program in Mathematics and Open Day for female students in Natural Sciences.

**Personal Development**

- Attended workshops of the Educational Development Unit (EDU) at Imperial:

Introduction to Teaching for Learning (10/10/2018)

Introduction to Personal Tutoring (28/11/2018)

**Conferences, Workshops, Seminars and Talks**

**06/2019**Statistical mechanics seminar, University of Warwick

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulation points of complex eigenvalues***05/2019**Analysis seminar, King’s College London

Talk*Essential numerical ranges for linear operator pencils***05/2019**Analysis seminar, University of Bath

Talk*Essential numerical ranges for linear operator pencils***05/2019**Junior analysis seminar, Imperial College London

Talk*Spectral approximation for non-selfadjoint linear operators***03-04/2019**Programme on Spectral Methods in Mathematical Physics, Institut Mittag-Leffler Stockholm

Three-weeks stay, funded by a Mittag-Leffler Postdoc Fellowship**02/2019**Mathematical physics seminar, Imperial College London

Talk*Spectral approximation for some classes of non-selfadjoint differential operators***02/2019**90th Annual Meeting of `Gesellschaft für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik’ (GAMM), TU Wien

Talk*The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators***01/2019**Analysis seminar, Cardiff University

Talk*The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators***01/2019**Conference on Operators, Operator Families and Asymptotics, University of Bath

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulation points of complex eigenvalues***10/2018**Workshop on Hydrodynamic models in PDEs, Imperial College London**09/2018**Mathematical physics seminar, University of Lisbon

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulations points of complex eigenvalues***07/2018**15th International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering (IMSE), University of Brighton

Talk*Approximations of spectra of Schrödinger operators with complex potentials on R^d***06/2018**Mathematical physics seminar, Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology

Talk*Local spectral convergence***03/2018**89th Annual Meeting of `Gesellschaft für angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik’ (GAMM), TU Munich

Talk*Local convergence of spectra and pseudospectra***10/2017**One-week guest lecturer, University of Stuttgart

Talks*Spectral approximation for singular differential operators via domain truncation*and*Local spectral convergence in the presence of essential spectrum***07/2017**Workshop “Walkshop” in Mathematical Physics, LMU Munich

Talk*Analytic and computational aspects in quantum physics and magnetohydrodynamics***06/2017**Conference on Mathematical aspects of physics with non-self-adjoint operators, CIRM Luminy-Marseille

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulations points of complex eigenvalues***05/2017**Seminar, LMU Munich

Talk*Local spectral convergence***04/2017**Conference Spectral Days, University of Stuttgart

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulations points of complex eigenvalues***02/2017**SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Atlanta

Funded by an*LMUexcellent Travel Grant*

Talk*Spectral pollution arising in eigenvalue computations for Schrödinger operators***06/2016**Meeting on Computational and Analytic Problems in Spectral Theory, Cardiff University**06/2016**Pure Analysis and PDEs seminar, Imperial College London

Talk*Schrödinger operator with non-zero accumulation points of complex eigenvalues***05/2016**Conference on Operators, Operator Families and Asymptotics, University of Bath**05/2016**Analysis seminar, King’s College London

Talk*Convergence of pseudospectra***03/2016**27th Nordic Congress of Mathematicians, Stockholm University**01/2016**SIAM-UKIE 20th Anniversary Meeting, University of Cambridge**12/2015**LMS-Bath-WIMCS Analysis Day, University of Bath

Talk*The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators***11/2015**Analysis seminar, University of Reading

Talk*The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators***11/2015**Analyis and PDEs seminar, Swansea University

Talk*Spectral approximation for singular differential operators via domain truncation***11/2015**AC2MB seminar, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh

Talk*The essential numerical range for unbounded linear operators***10/2015**Young Researchers Workshop on Spectral Theory, University of Bern

Talk*Spectral approximation for unbounded linear operators with compact resolvents***06/2015**Workshop on Mathematical aspects of physics with non-self-adjoint operators, AIM San Jose

Talk*Convergence of pseudospectra & Can resolvent norm be constant on an open set?***01/2015**Conference on Spectral Theory and Weyl Functions, Oberwolfach

Talk*Remarks on the convergence of pseudospectra***09/2014**Workshop on Pseudospectra of operators, ICMS Edinburgh**11/2013**Mini-workshop on Mathematics and Physics, University of Bern

Talk*MHD mean-field α^2-dynamo: Physical problem and spectral approximation***09/2013**11th Graduate Colloquium of the Swiss Doctoral Program in Mathematics, University of Fribourg**06/2013**Workshop of internet seminar Operator Semigroups and Dispersive Equations, Blaubeuren

Talk*Exponential operator splittings***06/2013**Workshop on Spectral theory and geometry, University of Neuchatel**03/2013**Mini-workshop on Spectral theory, University of Bern

Talk*Spectrum of MHD dynamo operator on varying domains***02/2013**10th Graduate Colloquium of the Swiss Doctoral Program in Mathematics, University of Bern (co-organised)

Talk*Behaviour of eigenvalues under strong resolvent convergence***10/2011**Satellite workshop on Inverse Problems, ICMS Edinburgh**07/2011**Introductory workshop on Inverse Problems, University of Cambridge**06/2011**Summer school on Mathematical theory of quantum networks, Les Diablerets

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