Four new Research Associates have joined the University of Exeter as part of EPSRC’s £300 million in additional funding for mathematical sciences announced by the Government on 27 January 2020.
The University of Exeter is pleased to welcome the following colleagues:
I am currently working on the interface between Hopf-Galois theory and the theory of skew braces in the group of Nigel Byott, Ilaria Colazzo and Andrew Darlington. In particular, I'm investigating the multiplicative groups of braces, as well as working on a few parallel projects on related topics.
I completed my PhD at the University of Exeter in summer 2022, under the supervision of Henri Johnston. The main idea was applying results from representation theory towards the study of arithmetic problems and conjectures, such as the Galois module structure of rings of integers in wildly ramified extensions of number fields, Leopoldt's conjecture and the Brumer-Stark conjecture.
Before starting the EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, I briefly visited Tim Dokchitser at the University of Bristol through an LMS Early Career Fellowship I've been awarded. I'm generally interested in where number theory and abstract algebra meet.
Working on the statistics of families of L-functions away from critical points and lines. In particular families of Dirichlet L-functions.
My main interests are analytic number theory, functional analysis and dynamics, in particular almost-periodic functions.
I am currently working in the area of dynamical systems and ergodic theory with a focus on the statistical properties of chaotic maps. I completed my PhD in 2021 at UoE under the supervisor of Dalia Terhesiu and Mark Holland in the topic of limit theorems in the absence of regular variation.
Currently I am interested in problems relating to the existence/non-existence of physical measures and limit theorems for both sums and maxima processes for certain classes of non-uniformly hyperbolic maps.