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Michael Luya

My short trip along the River Cam.


Tel.: +44 866 44 90 90

I am currently a second year PhD student tied with the Mathematics for Real World Systems Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Warwick (MathSys). I am based in G-Block at the Department of Chemistry.

My research involves finding symmetry invariant representations of Hamiltonian matrices that can be incorporated into quantum mechanical deep learning interfaces. This is a continuation from my last MSc project within the CDT.

Further details are given below:


2012-2016 MMath in Mathematics (University of Exeter, UK)
2016-2017 MASt in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics (University of Cambridge, UK)
2017-2018 MSc Mathematics for Real World Systems (University of Warwick, UK)

This project is jointly funded by the University of Warwick, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (ESPRC) and the Medical Research Council (MRC).