Research Group Geometry, Topology and Group Theory

Mathematisches Institut, Universität Münster

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Philip Möller

Philip Möller

Mathematical Institute
Universität Münster
Einsteinstraße 62
48149 Münster

Office: 303
Phone: +49 (251) 83 33725
Fax: +49 (251) 83 33712
Email: philip.moeller [at]

Research Interests

Geometric Group Theory, Coxeter Groups, CAT(0) Geometry, Locally Compact Groups, Automatic Continuity, Profinite rigidity

Publications and other writings

  1. Sam Corson, Sam Hughes, Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    Higman-Thompson groups and profinite properties of Right-Angled Coxeter Groups..
    Preprint, (2023).
  2. Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    On quotients of Coxeter groups..
    Journal of Algebra 2024.
  3. Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    On normal subgroups in automorphism groups..
    To appear in Journal of Group Theory, (2022).
  4. Philip Möller.
    A note on almost negative matrices and Gromov-hyperbolic Coxeter groups.
    Preprint, (2022).
  5. Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    A note on Semicompleteness of graph products of abelian groups.
    Communications in Algebra, 2022.
  6. Philip Möller, Luis Paris and Olga Varghese.
    On parabolic subgroups of Artin Groups.
    To appear in Israel Journal of Mathematics, (2022).
  7. Daniel Keppeler, Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    Automatic continuity for groups whose torsion subgroups are small.
    Journal of Group Theory, 2022.
  8. Philip Möller and Olga Varghese.
    Abstract group actions of locally compact groups on CAT(0) spaces.
    Groups, Geometry and Dynamics, 2022.
  1. Philip Möller.
    Moussong's Lemma and the CAT(0) Condition.
    Master's Thesis 2019.
  2. Philip Möller.
    Graphs with large girth and high chromatic number.
    Bachelor's Thesis 2016.


Academic CV

Teaching at the WWU Münster

SS 23 Tutorials for the lecture Analysis II.

WS 22/23 Tutorials for the lecture Analysis I.

SS 21 Seminar topological combinatorics.

WS 20/21 Tutorials for the lecture spaces of non-positive curvature.

SS 20 Tutorials for the lecture topological groups.


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