Research Groups

Geometry & Topology

To understand a basic difference between topology and geometry, imagine a circle. Now ask yourself: Is it a perfect circle? If so, what radius is it? If you cannot immediately answer these questions, your concept of a circle is topological, to do with form rather than precise rigid/geometric shape. A topological circle can manifest geometrically in many different ways ... as an almost perfect circle... more


Academics

Continuing Staff:

Associate Professor Diarmuid CROWLEY (Associate Professor)
Dr Nora GANTER (Senior Lecturer)
Professor Christian HAESEMEYER (Professor)
Associate Professor Craig HODGSON (Associate Professor/Reader)
Dr Daniel MURFET (Lecturer)
Professor Paul NORBURY (Professor)
Dr Lawrence REEVES (Lecturer)
Dr Marcy ROBERTSON (Lecturer)

Visitors

A/Prof. Benjamin BURTON (The University of Queensland)


Students

Postgraduates:

Wee CHAIMANOWONG Nekrasor Partition Function and Frobrnius Manifolds.
Joseph CHAN On Hyperbolic Monopoles
Narthana EPA Platonic - 2 Groups
Ahmad ISSA Low dimensional topology and geometry
Oliver LEIGH Enumerative problems in algebraic geometry motivated from physics.
Adrian MCGAHEN
Csaba NAGY
Matthew SPONG
Michelle STRUMILA
Adam WOOD

Masters (RT):