Activity

Study Groups

Autumn 2015 – Ringel-Hall algebras
Autumn 2015 – Auslander-Reiten Theory
Spring 2015 – Cellular algebras
Autumn 2014 – Quasi-hereditary algebras and their generalizations
Autumn 2014 – Algebraic groups (Springer)
Autumn 2013 – Representation Theory and Complex Geometry (Chriss & Ginzburg)
Autumn 2013 /Spring 2014 – Homological Algebra (Wiebel)
Autumn 2013 – Noncommutative algebra (Lam)

Talks

March 2016 – BLOC at BMC Bristol – Properly stratified quotients of quiver Hecke algebras
March 2016 – Leeds algebra seminar – Properly stratified quotients of quiver Hecke algebras
February 2016 – Cambridge junior algebra seminar – Properly stratified quotients of quiver Hecke algebras
November 2014 – Queen Mary algebra seminar – Properly stratified quotients of Khovanov-Lauda-Rouquier algebras
November 2014 – UEA pure maths research seminar – Properly stratified quotients of Khovanov-Lauda-Rouquier algebras

PGR Seminars

October 2015 – Voting, elections and representation theory of the symmetric group

Conferences

April 2015 – Joint BMC & BAMC – University of Cambridge, UK
July 2014 – Representations of symmetric groups, Hecke algebras and KLR algebras – University of Birmingham, UK
October 2013 – Special 63rd BLOC meeting – University of Oxford, UK
August 2013 – Kent Algebra Days – University of Kent, UK

Since 2012 I have regularly attended BLOC conferences. You can find details on past and upcoming BLOC events here.

“Summer” schools

June 2015 – Representation Theory – Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
August 2014 – Algebraic Lie Theory and Representation Theory – University of Glasgow, UK
July 2014 – Kent Algebra Days Young Researchers – University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
June 2014 – Quiver Hecke Algebras – d’Etudes Scientifiques de Cargese, Corsica, France
-I will give the fifth lecture titled Quiver Hecke Algebras.
August 2013 – Category \mathcal{O} – University of Frieburg, Germany
March 2013 – Soergel bimodules and Kazhdan-Lusztig conjectures – Centre for Quantum Geometry and Moduli Spaces, Aarhus University, Denmark

Teaching

This semester (Spring 2016) I am marking for Cryptography.

In the past I have marked and taken seminars for Calculus and Probability, Linear Algebra, Algebra, Combinatorics, Point Set Topology, Analysis, Fermat’s Last Theorem, Theory of Finite Groups and Representation Theory. I have also given revision lectures for Linear Algebra and Representation Theory. I have been involved in the pure maths drop-in sessions since their inception, and have jointly given lectures on how to give a mathematical presentation.

Admin

I initiated the inclusion of external speakers are the PGR seminar series and organised that seroed at UEA in the Autumn term of 2014. Details of the talks can be found here.
I was a member of the Equality and Diversity committee, and am pleased to announce that the department was recently granted an Athena Swan bronze award.
I was a member of the Green Impact steering committee.

Outreach

February 2016
– The mathematics of a zombie apocalypse (Yr 9) – Highgate School (North London)

October 2015
– Hunting for Platonic solids (Yr 9) – UEA

September 2015
– Modelling a zombie apocalypse (Yr 7) – UEA

April 2015
– Fun with shapes – Highgate School (North London)

March 2015
– Explore Maths (Yr10): Hunting for Platonic solids – UEA

Aug 2014
– Summer School (Yr10): Hunting for Platonic solids – UEA

July 2014
Nrich Day (Yr12): Hunting for Platonic solids – UEA
Summer School (Yr9): Zombie apocalypse: modelling diseases – UEA

May 2014
– The mathematics of a zombie apocalypse– Highgate School (North London)

April 2014
Explore Maths (Yr10): Hunting for Platonic solids – UEA
Explore Maths (Yr10): Infectious mathematics – UEA

Abstract for outreach titles:
Hunting for Platonic solids Platonic solids are shapes whose beauty has provided inspiration to mathematicians for millennia. Pythagoras discovered them, Plato based his philosophy on them and Keplar even thought they could model the solar system, but what are they and how many are there? Discover the answer to these questions (and more) by building shapes from polydrons.
Infectious mathematics Contagious diseases survive and spread by infecting new hosts. In many situations it is beneficial to understand how a disease spreads through a population, and therefore answer questions about how quickly it spreads, and whether it will spread to the whole population. Using a series of interactive games we will create and improving a model for the spread of a disease.

 Fun facts

Mathematics has caused me to travel approximately 7572 Miles. (Car: 647M, Bus 344M, Train 3125M, Plane 3456M)

A useful website for calculating the distance of a flight: www.webflyer.com/travel/mileage_calculator/

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