Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Paper of Dorje Brody published in American Journal of Physics

The paper “Making sense of the divergent series for reconstructing a Hamiltonian from its eigenstates and eigenvalues“, co-authored by Carl Bender (Washington University), Dorje Brody, and Matthew Parry (University of Otago), has been published in the American Journal of Physics. The paper presents a method for summing divergent series of eigenstates of a Hamiltonian in […]


Paper of Jon Bevan and Sandra Käbisch appears in Proceedings A of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

The paper “Twists and shear maps in nonlinear elasticity: explicit solutions and vanishing Jacobians” co-authored by Jon Bevan and Sandra Käbisch, has been published in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Section A: Mathematics. A link to the published paper is here, and a link to the arXiv version is here. The paper studies […]


Paper of Dorje Brody on cryptocurrency interest rates published by SIAM

The paper “Theory of Cryptocurrency Interest Rates“, co-authored by Dorje Brody, Lane Hughston (Goldsmith’s College), and Bernhard Meister (Swansea University), has been published in the SIAM Journal of Financial Mathematics. In the paper a term structure model in which the short rate is zero is developed as a candidate for a theory of cryptocurrency interest […]


Josephine Solowiej-Wedderburn presents at STEM for BRITAIN in the Houses of Parliament

Josephine Solowiej-Wedderburn presented her mathematical research as part of STEM for BRITAIN, on Monday 9th March, in the Houses of Parliament in London. Josephine presented a poster on research into mathematical models to describe the ways in which cells experience the mechanical properties of their environment. During the event the local MP Neil Coyle stopped […]


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