University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Non-commutative algebra, Representation theory of compact p-adic analytic groups, Ideal structure of Iwasawa algebras, Galois theory, Algebraic number theory.
DPhil Thesis: The Prime Spectrum of Solvable Iwasawa algebras (in progress).
Masters dissertation: Computation of Galois groups using p-adic approximations.
Departmentat tutor for B3.3 Commutative Algebra.
Tutor for Galois theory to visiting students at St. Edmunds hall and Exeter college.
Departmental teaching assistant for B2.1 Introduction to Representation theory, C2.5 Non-commutative rings, C2.1 Lie algebras, B3.4 Algebraic Number Theory, C2.2 Homological Algebra.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
2016-2020: ESPRC Scholarship, University of Oxford.
2016: Institute of Mathematics and its Applications prize, Wynne Roberts prize, Queen Mary University of London.
2013: Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London.
Major / recent publications:
A Control Theorem for Primitive ideals in Iwasawa algebras (submitted), arXiv:1909.07857 (2019).
Completed Group Algebras of Abelian-by-procyclic groups, Advances in Mathematics, 354 (2019).