Lecturer (St. Peter's College)
University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My research interests lie in Analytic Number Theory, in particular Diophantine Equations and the theory of $\zeta$ and $L$-functions over different fields and the Generalised Riemann Hypothesis.
I am the Head of IT at the Mathematical Institute as well as a pure mathematics lecturer at St Peter's College. I obtained my DPhil in Analytic Number Theory here at Oxford in 2010.
As the Head of IT in the Maths department I manage the IT team and am responsible for all aspects of IT provision in the department.
At St Peter's college I have taught first and second year students, in most pure mathematics subjects such as Algebra, Topology, Number Theory, Group Theory, Graph Theory and Galois Theory. At the Maths department I have also taught Analytic and Algebraic Number Theory and Modular Forms for third and fourth year students.