Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Ian Morris at Mittag-Leffler Institute in Sweden

Ian Morris is in Sweden for the first two weeks of September attending and speaking at the Fractal Geometry and Dynamics programme, being held at the Institut Mittag-Leffler which is part of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, in Djursholm Sweden. On Thursday 14 September he is giving a talk on “Continuity, computability, and strict […]


Fontanella-Torrielli paper on scattering and the Bethe ansatz to appear in JHEP

The paper “Massless AdS2 scattering and Bethe Ansatz“, co-authored by Andrea Fontanella and Alessandro Torrielli, has been accepted for publication in the Journal of High Energy Physics.  A link to the arXiv version is here.  The paper analyses the integrable scattering theory describing the massless excitations of AdS2 x S2 x T6 superstrings in the […]


Ian Morris speaks at workshop on fractals in Israel

Ian Morris is visiting the Hebrew University of Jerusalem this week (27-31 August) for the “Workshop on Fractals II”. Ian is giving a talk on “Equilibrium states of the singular value potential and some properties of the affinity dimension“. Further details can be found on the conference website here.  The photo to the left is […]


Martin Wolf is part of a team awarded an EPSRC-LMS grant for the 2018 Durham Symposium

EPSRC and the London Mathematical Society have awarded a grant to the team of Branislav Jurco (Charles University), Christian Saemann (Heriot–Watt University), Urs Schreiber (Czech Academy of the Sciences) and Martin Wolf for the 2018 Durham Symposium.  The theme of the symposium is “Higher Structures in M-Theory“, and it will be held in August 2018 […]


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