His research interests include Analytic Number Theory and Diophantine equations. His research interests are percolation theory, polymer networks, Potts models and graph theory. Her area of interest includes the mathematics of quantum mechanics. Her research interests include random graph theory and algorithms.
His research interests are time series analysis, state space modeling and experimental design. Dr Aditi Kar Room: His research ranges across theoretical aspects of quantum information and computation. His research interests include statistical image analysis, algebraic statistics, and hidden Markov models.
Professor Peter Komisarczuk B. He received his B. Professor Kostas Markantonakis B. Lancaster University , M. Founders West Tel: Professor Keith Martin B. His current research interests include key management, cryptographic applications and securing lightweight networks.
Professor Keith Mayes B. His research interests include Salem numbers, Pisot numbers, Mahler measure, elliptic curves, and computational number theory. His main research interests mainly relate to information security and applications of cryptography Room: Dr Iain Moffatt Room: Her research interests include atomic theory, atoms in external fields, and chaos in atomic systems.
His main research interest is cryptology. Dr Siaw-Lynn Ng B. London is a Lecturer in Information Security. Her research interests includes combinatorics and finite geometry and their applications in information security. Professor Brita Nucinkis is Professor of Mathematics. Her research interests include cohomological and geometric methods in group theory Room: His research interests include atomic theory, scattering theory and quantum chaos.
Professor Kenny Paterson B. Hons Glasgow , Ph. They were asked to complete simple response and mathematical tests directly before and after taking part in the activity. While their heart rates were also measured in response to the movements created by the horses. They found that riding on some horses greatly improved the ability of the children to perform behavioural tasks. However, less of an effect was noted on their results when solving mathematical problems, according to the experts.
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