I'm a Senior Lecturer of Mathematics
I graduated with a PhD (Mathematics) in 2011 from The University of York (England).
I am an active researcher in Analytical Number Theory, Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems and the interactions between them. I enjoy working on Number Theoretic Applications to areas such as Electronic Communications, Signal Processing, Partial Differential Equations and Cryptography. I also like to read current research in Mathematical Education and whenever possible contribute to it.
Prior to my current position, I have held positions of
- Lecturer, La Trobe University, 2017–2019.
- Endeavour Research Fellow, Brandeis University, Massachusetts (USA), 2016–2017.
- Lecturer, the University of Newcastle, 2015–2016.
- Associate Lecturer, the University of Newcastle, 2014–2015.
- Research Associate, the University of Newcastle, 2013–2014.
- Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Aarhus University, 2012–2013.
- Honorary Research Fellow, La Trobe University, 2010—2012.
- Teaching Assistant, The University of York, 2006—2010
I enjoy teaching and as a testament to my contributions to students learning I received the “2016 Award for Teaching Excellence and Contribution to Student Learning – Individual” from the Faculty of Science and IT, The University of Newcastle. In 2016 I was also awarded an Endeavour Fellowship by the Department of Teaching and Training–Australian Government.
If you are interested to do a PhD with me then send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For international applicants, if your academic credentials are strong and you have written a very good master’s thesis then you are recommended to apply for La Trobe University’s scholarship (fee waiver and living allowance). A list of projects can be seen on my Activity Blog.