Since April 2022 I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge in the group of Mark Gross. I received my PhD in March 2021 from the University of Hamburg under supervision of Bernd Siebert. Here is my CV.

**Research interests:** Algebraic Geometry, Logarithmic Geometry, Tropical Geometry, Enumerative Geometry, Mirror Symmetry, Birational Geometry.

**Publications and preprints:**

Tropical correspondence for smooth del Pezzo log Calabi-Yau pairs, arXiv:2005.14018, J. Alg. Geom. 31 (2022) 4, 687–749.

Theta functions, broken lines and 2-marked log Gromov-Witten invariants, arXiv:2204.12257, 2022.

The proper Landau-Ginzburg potential is the open mirror map (with Helge Ruddat and Eric Zaslow), arXiv:2204.12249, 2022.

Counting (tropical) curves via scattering.sage, arXiv:2210.10455, 2022.

**Theses:**

Doctoral thesis: Tropical correspondence for smooth del Pezzo log Calabi-Yau pairs, 2020.

Master thesis: Tropicalization of the Lines on the Dwork Pencil if Quintic Threefolds, 2017.

**Sage codes:**

scattering.sage: A sage code computing scattering diagrams and wall structures in the Gross-Siebert program.

**Contact:**

E-Mail: tim.graefnitz(at)gmx.de