My research interests lie in the area of graph theory, with a focus on directed graphs and their structure. Specifically, I am interested in exploring dualities in directed and undirected graphs using tools such as width-parameters, obstructions, and substructures. I am most curious about understanding the structure of directed graphs excluding certain butterfly minors. Is there a structure theorem comparable to the one by Robertson and Seymour for graph minors describing the structrue of digraphs excluding a fixed digrap as butterfly minor?