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Pure Mathematics Postgraduate Research Students

Pure Mathematics Postgraduate Research Students

Learn about the pure mathematics research undertaken by some of our current postgraduate research students.

Some of our current PGR students

Graham Campbell

Graham’s primary areas of interest are algebra and theoretical computer science, especially (graph) rewriting systems, (geometric) group theory, semigroup theory, automata and formal languages, and decision problems.

Sam Mutter

Sam is currently researching the connections between higher-rank graphs, Bruhat-Tits buildings, and geometric group theory, with a particular emphasis on cube complexes.

Amos Ajibo

Amos's research interests include Mathematical analysis, in particular, interpolation problems, complex analysis, analytic functions theory and wavelet theory. Their PhD research project is investigating Interpolation problems and quasi-Cartan domains

Jack Aiston

Jack’s research interest is in Homomorphic encryption in algebraic structures.

Joseph Dessi

Joseph's primary areas of interest are in C*-algebra and operator theory, as well as the theory of Hilbert C*-modules. His PhD research project focuses on investigating the structure of C*-algebras of product systems.

Matina Trachana

Matina’s primary area of interest is multidimensional moment problems. Their proposed PhD thesis title is The matrix-valued moment problem for flat data.

Horacio Guerra Ocampo

Horacio’s primary areas of interest are Lie theory, Algebraic groups, Modular Lie algebras, and Representation theory. Their PhD research project is titled 'Representation Theory of Non-graded, Non-restricted Modular Lie algebras'

Jake Stephens

Jake’s research interests are representation theory, Lie algebras, quantum groups, and combinatorics. The focus of my PhD is on the representation theory of quantum symmetric pairs

Jordan Barnes

Jordan’s research interests are representation theory in positive characteristic. Their PhD research project is titled 'Representations of rational Cherednik algebras in positive characteristic'

Aura-Cristiana Radu

Aura’s research interests are representation theory and cohomology theory of algebraic groups. Their PhD research project is titled 'The extensions between simple modules for Ree groups of type F_4'

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