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what I've been up to

On this pages you can see the talks I've given, the teaching I did, events I have help organised and conferences I have attended.

Talks

Seminars and Conferences
  • TCC Number Theory Conference: Lattices and the Picard Group (April 2015) slides
  • Warwick Postgraduate Seminar: Hyperelliptic curve reductions (October 2014) slides
  • Warwick Postgraduate Seminar: An Introduction to K3 Surfaces and an Overview of a Certain Family (November 2013)
  • Warwick Postgraduate Seminar: Bhargava's Cubes; or four ways to play around with cubes of integers (February 2013)
  • Warwick Maths Society: Binary Quadratic Forms and Quadratic Rings (January 2013)
Study group talks
  • Euler Systems: Euler Systems (May 2015)
  • Class Field Theory: Local class field theory (January 2015)
  • Algebraic Groups: Lie algebras part II (November 2014)
  • Galois Cohomology: Cohomology of arithmetic groups and the Eichler-Shimura isomorphism (January 2014)
  • Algebraic Geometry for Number Theory (TCC): Introduction and Sheaves (October 2013)

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Teaching

  • Spring 2015: Teaching Assistant for MA257 Introduction to Number Theory (Including marking all assignments)
  • Autumn 2014: Teacher Assistant for MA426 Elliptic Curves (Including marking all assignments)
  • Spring 2014: Teacher Assistant for MA3A6 Algebraic Number Theory (Including marking all assignments)
  • Spring 2013: Teacher Assistant for MA3A6 Algebraic Number Theory (Including marking all assignments)
  • Autumn 2012 - Spring 2013: Supervisor for 4 groups of second year undergraduates. This involved teaching groups of five second year students weekly. The modules to discuss were: MA231 Vector Analysis, MA244 Analysis III, MA251 Algebra I, MA222 Metric Spaces, MA225 Differentiation and MA249 Algebra II (Including marking all assigments due for credits)
  • Autumn 2012: Teacher Assistant for MA3H1 Topics in Number Theory (Including marking all assignments)
  • 2011 - 2012: Supervisor for one group of first year undergraduates. This involved teaching groups of five first year students twice weekly. The modules to discuss were: MA132 Foundations, MA133 Differential Equations, MA131 Analysis I and II, MA106 Linear Algebra, MA136 Introduction to Abstract Algebra and MA134 Geometry and Motion. (Including marking all assigments due for credits)

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Organisational roles (past and present)

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Conferences Attended

  • Arizona Winter School 2015: Arithmetic and Higher Dimensional Varieties (March 2015)
  • Introductory School on Derived Category, Warwick (September 2014)
  • Young Researchers in Mathematics, Warwick (June - July 2014)
  • Geometry and Arithmetic of Surfaces, Munich, Germany (March 2014)
  • Master Class: Around Torelli's theorem for K3 surfaces (Arithmetic, Geometric and Dynamical Aspects), Strassbourg, France (October 2013)

  • Sage Days 51: Algorithms in Arithmetic Geometry, Leiden, The Netherlands (July 2013)
  • Number Theory, Geometry and Cryptography, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium Workshop, Warwick (July 2013)
  • Summer School: Number Theory for Cryptography, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium, Warwick (June 2013)
  • Young Researchers in Mathematics, Edinburgh (June 2013)
  • Rational Points--Geometric, Analytic and Explicit Approaches, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium Workshop, Warwick (May 2013)
  • TCC Graduate Event Day on Number Theory, Bristol (May 2013)
  • Iwasawa Theory and Galois Representations, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium Workshop, Warwick (April 2013)
  • Explicit Methods for Modular Forms, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium Workshop, Warwick (March 2013)
  • Selmer Groups, Descent and the Distribution of Ranks, EPSRC Warwick Number Theory Symposium Workshop, Warwick (September 2012)
  • Sage Days 35: Algorithms in Number Theory and FLINT, Warwick (December 2011)

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Various

  • I was nominated for an WATEPGR award in 2013 for my work as a TA
  • Received an Undergraduate Research Scholarship Scheme award to do a research project in summer 2011. This was under the supervision of Marco Streng and lead to a paper.

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