Julius B.


Julius is a PhD candidate at MIT working in geometric analysis, a field employing tools from partial differential equations to study curved spaces called manifolds. Prior to starting his PhD, Julius earned a BS in Mathematics and Physics, also from MIT. He received the Hartley Rogers Jr. Prize from the MIT Mathematics Department for one of his undergraduate research projects, and is currently an NSF Graduate Research Fellow. 

Julius has taught calculus at a Swiss high school, preparing students for the Matura exam. He tutors mathematics at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate level. Julius’ tutoring specialties include calculus, linear algebra, differential equations, analysis, and differential geometry. 

Outside of mathematics, Julius enjoys spending time with his friends playing soccer, climbing, and cooking.


Education & Qualifications
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD candidate in Mathematics
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology BS in Mathematics & Physics, 
  • Zurich International School, Switzerland International Baccalaureate 
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Software (C++, C, scikit-learn, ROOT, Python)
  • Geometric analysis
  • Differential geometry
  • Partial differential equations
  • German