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 Ruadhaí Dervan.

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.