Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Timothy Burchell passes PhD viva

Congratulations to Timothy Burchell for passing his PhD viva today (Monday 6 December)! Timothy’s thesis is entitled “Nonlinear wave equations, Clifford Analysis, and the stability of solitary waves“. The External Examiner was Dr Frédéric Chardard (University Jean Monnet & Camille Jordan Institute), the Internal was Bin Cheng, and the viva was chaired by Matt Turner. […]

Paper of Alessandro Torrielli to appear in the Journal of High Energy Physics

The paper “Quantum spectral curve for AdS3/CFT2: a proposal“, co-authored by Andrea Cavaglia (Kings College London), Nikolay Gromov (KCL and St Petersburg INP), Bogdan Stefanski (City University London) and Alessandro Torrielli, has been accepted for publication in JHEP. A link to the final form arXiv version is here. The paper conjectures the Quantum Spectral Curve […]

Paper of Jane Lyle and Philip Aston on higher-order embeddings for the SPAR method published in Chaos

The paper “Symmetric projection attractor reconstruction: Embedding in higher dimensions” by Jane Lyle and Philip Aston has been published in Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science. A link to the published paper is here. The Symmetric Projection Attractor Reconstruction (SPAR) method provides an intuitive visualisation and simple quantification of the morphology and variability of approximately periodic […]

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