Katerina Hristova is currently working as a Researcher in the Faculty of Mathematics at the University of East Anglia and is also giving private lessons in Maths for GCSE, A-level or university students. Katerina obtained a PhD in Pure Mathematics from the University of Warwick in 2019. Katerina spent the past 10 years studying, teaching and trying to advance mathematics. She also works as a Language Editor for science journals in the publishing company De Gruyter open. Outside of work, Katerina loves art, yoga, reading all sorts of books and travelling. However, her main hobby is drinking coffee (not any coffee, she loves the single-origin ethically sourced ones that come with a story). Katerina has set a personal goal to drink a coffee from every single country that produces it! She has always been a curious individual, and loves learning and discovering new things every day. Science has always fascinated Katerina, mainly maths and physics and she would love to know everything about the universe! She believes it is a fundamental part of our human journey of self-discovery. Katerina says that understanding how the world and the universe work can help us broaden our perspective and obtain deeper knowledge about ourselves and what surrounds us.