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Paul Minter

PhD Student, DPMMS, Cambridge

Welcome! I am a PhD student in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics (DPMMS) at the University of Cambridge. My research is focused on problems within geometric analysis and geometric measure theory, with a particular focus on regularity questions concerning minimal submanifolds. My PhD supervisor is Professor Neshan Wickramasekera.

Upcoming

Workshop: Geometric Measure Theory and Applications, at UCL organised by Costante Bellettini and Neshan Wickramasekera, 25 – 27 July, 2022

Research

Summaries of my research works can be found under the “Research” tab above. Here is a copy of my PhD thesis.

See also Geometric Analysis References for a list of references in Geometric Analysis.

Talks

NCTS International Geometric Measure Theory Seminar (Jan 2022): Slides

Teaching

I have taught (supervised/examples classes/office hours) undergraduates and master’s students in:

  • (First Year) Vectors & Matrices; Probability; Analysis I;
  • (Second Year) Analysis II; Analysis & Topology;
  • (Third Year) Analysis of Functions; Differential Geometry;
  • (Fourth Year/Part III) Distribution Theory; Elliptic PDEs; Geometric Measure Theory; Differential Geometry.

This website serves numerous purposes, such as being a place to discuss my research and to give advice and resources I wish I had at the relevant time in my life. I hope some will find these useful. Any feedback is appreciated; I am happy to be contacted about any of the content on this website.

If you are interested in lecture notes, see the `Lecture Notes’ menu tab (or simply click here).