Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Grant speaks at relativity seminar in Golm

James Grant attended the Central European Relativity Seminar III in Golm, Germany for 7-9 February.  His talk was titled “On differentiability of volume time functions“.   In the talk he showed differentiability of a class of Geroch’s volume functions on globally hyperbolic manifolds. Furthermore, it was proved that every volume function satisfies a local anti-Lipschitz condition […]


ERIE team delivers workshop in Humberside

On Thursday 14 February, a team from ERIE (Anne Skeldon, Alex Penn, Frank Schiller & Anne Velenturf) visited the CATCH Centre in Stallingborough in the Humber region.  They delivered a workshop to a group of ERIE stakeholders that included members of the local business community and local council members.  During the workshop they presented work […]


ERIE team delivers workshop in Humberside

On Thursday 14 February, a team from ERIE (Anne Skeldon, Alex Penn, Frank Schiller & Anne Velenturf) visited the CATCH Centre in Stallingborough in the Humber region.  They delivered a workshop to a group of ERIE stakeholders that included members of the local business community and local council members.  During the workshop they presented work […]


Young's paper accepted to Archives of Opthalmology

Karen Young’s paper, co-authored with Philip Smith, Lilian Tang, Vassilis Baltnas, Yannis Athanasiadis, Badrul Hussain, Paul Sullivan and George Saleh, has been accepted for publication in the Archives of Opthalmology.  The title of the paper is “PharcoTracking: an novel technology for cataract surgical training“.  Motion analysis has been validated as a tool to evaluate surgical […]


Young's paper accepted to Archives of Opthalmology

Karen Young’s paper, co-authored with Philip Smith, Lilian Tang, Vassilis Baltnas, Yannis Athanasiadis, Badrul Hussain, Paul Sullivan and George Saleh, has been accepted for publication in the Archives of Opthalmology.  The title of the paper is “PharcoTracking: an novel technology for cataract surgical training“.  Motion analysis has been validated as a tool to evaluate surgical […]


Regelskis awarded EPSRC Fellowship

Vidas Regelskis, currently a Research Associate at the University of York, has been awarded an EPSRC Personal Fellowship.  The fellowship will be hosted by the Fields, Strings and Geometry Group at Surrey. The project title is “New algebraic structures inspired by gauge/gravity dualities“.  Vidas’ current website can be found here.


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