If you’re interested in doing a PhD in representation theory in Edinburgh, contact me! To get an idea of some of the things I work on you can see a talk I gave in December 2006 in Durham to prospective UK PhD students. Much of my work is concerned with Cherednik Algebras and I have written a survey article and another. You should also check the 24 seminar, which is our weekly meeting for the representation theorists to get better educated.
Maurizio Martino wrote his thesis on
“Symplectic reflection algebras and Poisson geometry” and graduatedin 2006. He
had a predoc at the
Katrin Gehles wrote
on “Properties of Cherednik Algebras and Graded Hecke
Algebras” and graduated in 2006.
She’s now working for the GLS bank in
Richard Vale wrote his thesis on “Category O for the rational Cherednik algebra of the complex reflection group (Z/lZ)\wr S_n”, defending it in early 2007. He was a predoc the University of Freiburg and he is currently a HC Wang Assisstant Professor of mathematics at Cornell University.
Gwyn Bellamy started in October
Gretar Amazeen started
in October 2007 in
Rollo Jenkins started
in September 2009 in
Joe Karmazyn started
in September 2011 in
Noah White started
in September 2012 in
Catharina Stroppel worked with me in Glasgow for two and a half years. She is now a professor at the University of Bonn, Germany.
Nicolas Guay was a Seggie Brown fellow at the University of Edinburgh, before taking a tenure track position at the University of Alberta, Canada.
Maria Chlouveraki (2009-2012) was an EPSRC post-doctoral fellow in Edinburgh. She is now permanently at the University of Versailles.
Stephen Griffeth (2009-2011) was an EPSRC research assistant in Edinburgh and is now a Professor at the University of Talca, Chile.
Teru Thomas (2009-2012) is the Seggie Brown fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
Will Donovan (2011-2013) was an EPSRC research assistant in Edinburgh and is now a postdoctoral fellow at Kavli IPMU, University of Tokyo.
Guillaume Pouchin (2011-2014) was an EPSRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Edinburgh..
Francois Petit (2011-2014) was an EPSRC Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Edinburgh, and is now a research fellow at the University of Luxembourg.
Adrien Brochier (2012-2013) was an EPSRC research assistant in Edinburgh, and is now a Whittaker fellow here.