Surrey Mathematics Research Blog

The blog on research in mathematics at the University of Surrey

Pasquetti talk at Oxford

Sara Pasquetti gave a talk on Monday 19 November at the Mathematical Institute, Oxford. The talk was in the String Theory Seminar and the title was “Holomorphic blocks in three dimensions.”  An abstract follows: we show that sphere partition functions and indices of 3 dimensional, N = 2, gauge theories can be decomposed into a […]

Statistics project with FHMS

Karen Young is part of a team that has been awarded a grant to study the effect of vitamin D on paediatric patients with fatty liver disease (NAFLD).  In addition the project will also examine whether or not they have certain variants (known as polymorphisms) in genes that influence vitamin D status.   Furthermore, this […]

Surrey PhD student wins TakeAim competition

  Neville Boon, currently a final year PhD student in Mathematics at Surrey, supervised by Rebecca Hoyle, was one of two winners of the TakeAim Competition.  This prize is sponsored by he Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) for Industrial Mathematics.  The TakeAIM competition aims to make visible the crucial role that mathematics plays in all aspects […]

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