About Me

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I am a mathematics PhD student at Imperial College London and the London School of Geometry and Number Theory, supervised by Sir Simon Donaldson, and Dr RuadhaĂ­ Dervan.

My academic siblings are Michael Hallam and Annamaria Ortu.

I am interested in geometry, and in problems involving the interactions of many sub-fields of geometry all at once: areas such as differential geometry, complex geometry, algebraic geometry, symplectic geometry, and geometric analysis. In particular, I am interested in moduli problems, gauge theory, and geometric problems arising out of contemporary mathematical physics. For example, my favourite theorem is the Narasimhan–Seshadri theorem, which relates holomorphic vector bundles over Riemann surfaces (complex-geometric or algebro-geometric objects) to projectively flat connections (differential-geometric or representation-theoretic objects) through an analogue of symplectic reduction in infinite dimensions.

I completed a Bachelor in Mathematical and Computer Sciences at the University of Adelaide in 2016, and in 2018 a Master of Philosophy in pure mathematics, also at the University of Adelaide, under the supervision of Elder Professor Mathai Varghese and Dr David Baraglia.

My CV can be found here.

I am a contributor to the WikiProject Mathematics. See my Wikipedia profile here and help contribute!

When not studying maths, I enjoy reading, playing DotA 2, and watching football, tennis, and professional chess.