Associate Professor PAUL NORBURY
Position:
Associate Professor/Reader
Email:
Room:
170
Ext. Number:
47163
Webpage:
Research Groups:
Interests:
- Geometry & Topology
- Algebraic geometry
- Minimal Surfaces
- Integrable systems
- Mathematical physics
Recent Publications:
- Models of discretized moduli spaces, cohomological field theories, and Gaussian means (2015) more
- Topological recursion for Gaussian means and cohomological field theories (2015) more
- Gromov-Witten invariants of P-1 and Eynard-Orantin invariants (2014) more
- POLYNOMIALS REPRESENTING EYNARD-ORANTIN INVARIANTS (2013) more
- String and dilaton equations for counting lattice points in the moduli space of curves (2013) more
Current Postgraduate Supervision:
Wee CHAIMANOWONG | "Nekrasor Partition Function and Frobrnius Manifolds." |
Joseph CHAN | "On Hyperbolic Monopoles" |
Oliver LEIGH | "Enumerative problems in algebraic geometry motivated from physics." |
Past Postgraduate Supervision:
Norman Nam Van DO | "Intersection theory on moduli spaces of curves via hyperbolic geometry" |
Thomas HANDSCOMB | "Characteristic classes of surface bundles and Lefschetz fibrations" |
Yi HUANG | "Moduli spaces of surfaces" |
Nicky SCOTT | "Polynomial hierarchies generated by Eynard-Orantin invariants" |
Callum SLEIGH | "Eynard-Orantin Theory of the A-Polynomial" |
Trithang TRAN | "A configuration of homological stability results" |
Current MSc Students:
Past MSc Students:
Yi HUANG | "Moduli Spaces and Weil-Petersson Volumes " |
Justin KERNEY | |
Martin PIKE | |
Dougal DAVIS |
Subject(s) Currently Teaching:
MAST10008 (620-157) | Accelerated Mathematics 1 (Semester 1, 2016) |
Recent Grant History:
Year(s) | Source | Type | Title |
---|---|---|---|
2010 - 2012 | ARC | Discovery | Moduli spaces |
2006 - 2008 | ARC | Discovery | Minimal surfaces |
Responsibilities:
Department Colloquia Coordinator |
Faculty of Science Promotion Panel member for Level A to B |
University of Melbourne School Maths Competition |
Committees:
Postgraduate Programs Committee (Deputy Chair) |
Research and Industry Committee |